Blackstone Bay Multi-Day Tour:
$300 per day plus water taxi
Duration: 3-4 Days
Alaska Wild Guides LLC provides dry suits, dry bags, pfd’s, tents, sleeping bags (with washable liners), sleeping pads, meals, snacks, beverages, transportation, instruction, and guide services. There are many possible routes in these different areas of Prince William Sound, so we reserve the right to change the itinerary en route due to wind, weather, camping availability, and wildlife viewing.
Summer Tour Booking & Cancellation Policy:
Multi-Day Tours: 50% of tour price is due at time of booking and the other 50% is due at the start of the tour. 95% refund if cancelled within 5 days of booking. 50% is refundable up to 30 days prior to trip departure and 100% is non-refundable within 30 days of trip departure.
Day Tours: Payment is due in full at the time of reservation. 100% refund if cancelled 30 days or more prior to tour date, 50% refund if cancelled 10 or more days prior to the tour date, no refunds within 10 days of the tour date. If Alaska Wild Guides has to cancel a day tour for any reason whatsoever, and rescheduling is not possible, a 100% refund will be provided.
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|Pricing||$300 per day plus water taxi (per person) Duration: 3-4 Days|
The day before the tour, we’ll meet to size a drysuit, pack into dry bags, review maps, and watch an operation video.
Day 1 – Meet at the Bake Shop in Girdwood (not included) for a hearty breakfast and coffee before we depart. We’ll then transport you through the tunnel to Whittier where we’ll put the last of our things in dry bags and load all gear and boats onto a water taxi. We’ll take the water taxi to Tebenkof Glacier and paddle in to our campsite on or near Willard Island. Then we’ll tour the Beloit and Blackstone tidewater glaciers before returning for dinner.
Day 2 – Break camp and sail the morning glacial downdraft out to Squirrel Cove and camp for the night.
Day 3 – Break camp and kayak back to Whittier, stopping for a hike at the Poe Bay waterfalls, Shotgun Cove, Billings Beach, and the kittiwake rookery before arriving back on the beach.