Alaska Photography Day Tour
Discover the majesty of the Great Land on an Alaska photography day tour.
Get geared up to take home stunning Alaska vacation photos. The following lineup of options is designed for all levels of photographers, and some even for non-photographers. An Alaskan photographer guide provides expertise and narrative on points of interest as well as technical and creative photographic support along the way.
Sunset Photo Safari travels along scenic Turnagain Arm, Chugach Mountains and Cook Inlet Coast while the midnight sun is as it’s peak, from May 1 to Aug 31. The tour departs 3 hours before sunset and lasts until 1 hour after, taking advantage of the best light of the day – and the time wildlife is most active.
Winter visitors will delight at the Twilight Photo Tour. From Sep 1 to Mar 31, this tour travels in a warm and comfortable vehicle to a variety of enchanting locations to highlight magical fall and winter scenes.
InstAlaska SmartPhone Photography Tour is specifically designed for cell phone photographers. May 1 to Sep 30, this fun and fast paced tour takes a run down Turnagain Arm with scenic and kitschy Alaskana stops.
Check off a bucket list item on the Anchorage Aurora Quest! This tour operates from Aug 21 to Apr 21, conditions permitting, and travels to incredibly scenic, dark sky locations where your guide will photograph you with the northern lights and help you capture images of your own.
Take an Alaska-style safari to view and photograph brown bears fattening on the summer bounty. Alaska Brown Bear Photo Safari travels by bush plane to the remote reaches of Western Cook Inlet and one of several locations where the bears are known to gather in great numbers while fishing for salmon or digging for clams.
Get a front row seat to some of the most stunning scenery on earth. A Private Helicopter Photography Tour will lift you high over snow capped peaks, rugged coastlines and glaciers galore to photograph absolutely unobstructed views. We work with you to plan a customized air adventure that allows you to decide where to go and how long to linger, ensuring you have time to capture the best birds-eye view of Alaska’s spectacular terrain.