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Alaska Sightseeing Tours, Salmon Fishing and Glacier Cruises from Valdez

This tour encompasses some of the best of Prince William Sound has to offer. Glacier Island is a wilderness gem known for its incredible wildlife viewing while Columbia Glacier, the sound's largest tidewater glacier, never fails to astonish the viewer with its breathtaking scenery. Join our guides for a stunning four-day adventure as we paddle the pristine waters around Glacier Island and watch for sea mammals and a wide array of bird life including the elusive Horned and Tufted Puffins. Visit the endangered Steller sea lion colony at Bulls Head; camp on secluded beaches and explore large sea caves, sheltered coves, stands of ancient forest, and kayak in front of Columbia Glacier amid towering icebergs. This multi-day tour is not one to be missed! No experience necessary. Moderately strenuous. Minimum age: 12



 

VALS#01 Prince William Sound and Columbia Glacier Cruise
 

Prince William Sound is one of the most spectacular and unspoiled wildernesses in the world. Take a cruise on the LuLu Belle and view majestic blue glaciers explode into its calm fjords. Humpback, killer, Minke, and Gray whales rise from dark waters, surface and spray with clouds of breath into the clear Alaskan air. Seals, Stellar sea lions, and otters sun themselves on frozen rafts of ice. Visit the mighty Columbia Glacier, the second-largest tidewater glacier in the North America and largest in Prince William Sound. Experience the results of the rapid calving of a glacier in retreat. Duration: 7-hours


Departure: Daily on Request
Rate: $ 125.00


 

VALS#2 Columbia Glacier and Wildlife Cruise
 

If your time or budget is more limited, you may want to consider to join our relaxed 7-hour Columbia Glacier Cruise. The journey throughout Prince William Sound will feature a visit at the Columbia Glacier area where you have a chance to view history in the making as Columbia Glacier retreats back into the Chugach Mountains. In addition to the amazing ancient ice pack of the Columbia Bay you have the opportunity for wildlife along the way that calls the Sound home and to learn about the mining, oil shipping, earthquake, and fishing history of the area. On board a light meal is served. Duration: 7-hours


Departure: Daily 12:00 pm
Rate: $ 120.00


 

VALS#03 Columbia Glacier Sea Kayaking Tour
 

The largest tidewater glacier in Prince William Sound and the second largest in the entire state of Alaska, Columbia Glacier is 25 miles from Valdez and covers more than 400 square miles. The face is more than 3 miles wide and is rapidly moving backward at a rate of 4 feet per day in the summer! Enjoy an hour boat ride to the glacier, then kayak amid towering icebergs, gliding through bays that are completely inaccessible by motorized boats, and observe sea otters and harbor seals hauled out on the ice floes. Keep a close lookout for sea lions, bears and, quite often, whales! Hike on recently uncovered landscape and in the adjacent old growth forest. Duration: 10-hours


Departure: Daily on Request
Rate: $225.00


 

VALS#04 Shoup Glacier Sea Kayaking Tour
 

The Shoup Glacier 8-hour tour offers an intimate experience at one of Alaska's beautiful tidewater glaciers. Climb aboard our motor boat for a taxi ride to Shoup Bay where we will begin this scenic kayak journey. Over the course of the day we will paddle past floating ice, past a nesting colony of Black-Legged Kittiwakes, and up to the face of the glacier. Enjoy a short walk on the beach and a lunch spot with a colorful glacier view (you bring your own lunch). At the end of the paddle we will be picked up by the motorboat for the ride back to Valdez. Lunch is taken at the face of Shoup Glacier, which calves on a regular basis. Transportation is provided to and from Shoup Bay entrance by chartered vessel.


Departure: Daily on Request
Rate: $ 199.00


 

VALS#05 Valdez History Tour
 

For those who have less time there is a short tour along the Valdez Port. On this tour, you will travel through a tidewater area rich in birds, sea otters and occasional seal and sea lions, and eagles. The guide will offer a history of the Valdez area, especially the old Valdez site. The tour is suitable for younger travelers.


Departure: On Request
Rate: $ 55.00


 

VALS#06 Salmon Fishing OR Halibut Fishing Charter
 

Valdez halibut or salmon fishing is unique because of the tours that go along with the trip. Most fishing takes place 50-80 miles from Valdez, on the way you can expect to see whales, porpoise, sea lions, seals, bears, eagles, and many other species of birds. To top off an amazing trip it all takes place in the natural beauty of Prince William Sound, with hanging glaciers on the mountain sides and seemingly endless waterfalls. Salmon and halibut fishing are both excellent within Prince William Sound. Best time is from July until September. Duration: 5-hours (Salmon) 12-hours (Halibut)


Departure: 7:00 am - 12:00 pm | 7:00 am - 7:00 pm
Rate: $ 158.00 (Salmon Fishing)
Rate: $ 275.00 (Halibut Fishing)


 

VALS#07 Columbia and Meares Glacier Cruise
 

This 9-hour tour is perfect to discover all of what Prince William Sound has to offer - amazing glaciers, exiciting wildlife and a rich history. Cruise the majestic water of Prince William Sound from Valdez to Meares Glacier. In route our captins will travel the shorelines looking for the critters that call the Sound home. This tour has the time to travel the locations where we typically spot sea otters, harbor seals, sea lions, Humpback or Orca Whales, porpoise, eagles, puffins, cormorants and more. Our captian will share with you stories about the history of the Sound from early explorers, gold and copper mining, oil shipping, commercial fishing and the 1964 earthquake. Lunch and afternoon soup snack is served.


Departure: 10:00 am
Rate: $ 163.00


 

VALS#08 Tonsina River Rafting / 7 Hours
 

One of the most popular rafting adventures in our area is on the Tonsina River. This river provides class III to IV whitewater, in a pristine wilderness setting. The river flows along the northern edge of the Chugach Mountains, through the low spruce forests of the Tonsina Valley. We often see eagles, ducks, moose, bear and several varieties of salmon that travel up the Tonsina. We travel thirty five river miles, in approximately six hours. Also we provide great Fishing rafting for King, Red and Silver Salmon, Dolly Warden, Graylings. Trip departs daily 8:30 AM


Departure: Daily 8:30 am
Rate: $ 185.00 Rafting (Minimum 2 Clients)
Rate: $ 325.00 Fishing (Minimum 2 Clients)



 

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