Safety is at the core of everything we do. From flying to bear viewing, we have experience thinking critically about evaluating hazards and mitigating exposure. You can expect us to make decisions that prioritize safety and we look forward to communicating with you about the best way to have a safe and memorable adventure.
We believe that communication is an important component of a safe trip. We want to communicate appropriate expectations so you decide if the trip is right for you. On our website you’ll find lots of discussion about safety. All of our guides are Wilderness First Responder certified and we are proud to be “Flying at a Higher Standard” with Alaska Seaplanes.
The COVID situation continues to change rapidly. We will continue to update this website with our plans. As of this point, face masks are required on our flights and we expect that by this spring all of our guides and all of the Alaska Seaplane pilots will be fully vaccinated.
Please get in touch if you’d like to discuss any element of your trip. We appreciate your help keeping your guides and fellow guests safe. Conditions may change, so stay in touch. If you have questions or are not comfortable with anything listed here, please contact us at least 15 days in advance of your trip to discuss.