See Alaska From
the Top

Flightseeing is absolutely the best way to see Alaska. Imagine for a moment flying through a rugged mountain pass, over glaciers, with a birds eye view of an amazing variety of wildlife – from wolves to brown bears. Alaska is truly an untouched, pristine and beautiful place – simply because the majority of it is untouched by roads. Only by airplane can you see the true, breathtaking serenity of Alaska – and with Natron Air you can trust you are in good hands.

Sight seeing tours incur a 6% sales tax.

Top 3 Popular Tours

There are many destinations –
however the following three flights have proven to be the most popular.

Ice Field

$299.00 / per person
This is one of the most beautiful flights in the world. We fly over Skilak Lake then directly up the Skilak Glacier to the truly impressive Harding Ice Field. Weather permitting, we will then traverse the ice fields and descend into the Kenai Fjords, (one of the top 10 wonders of the world), where huge glaciers hang from cliffs and calve into deep bays. On the return trip through the Kenai mountains we should see lots of wildlife including Mountain Goats, Sheep, Caribou, Moose, and possibly a Bear or two.
Ice Field

Volcano Tour

$299.00 / per person
This is one of the most awesome scenic tours in the state. We take you over the Cook Inlet oil platforms direct to the Mount Redoubt Volcano. We then traverse Double Glacier down to the wet lands where we quite often see beavers, wolves, moose, bears, and sea otters. This tour takes about one hour and fifteen minutes.

Cook Inlet
Bear Viewing

$575.00 / per person
May 25 - September 15th
This flight takes us over the Cook Inlet oil platforms, past two active volcanoes (Mt. Redoubt and Mt. Iliamna) in Lake Clark National Park, and over the bays and estuaries of the western shore of Cook Inlet. We then traverse Double Glacier down to the wet lands where we quite often see Beavers, Wolves, Moose, Bears, and Seals. This flight includes a beach landing in which we will stop and stretch our legs and take pictures of the bears in their natural environment. This tour is so awesome, you get your monies worth the first 30 minutes, and the rest of the tour is free!
alaska bear