to 10 days flying from Alaska to California with popular
Airventures Alaska Bush Pilot Casey Long in his specially-equipped
Cessna 185. Take along a camera and capture one-of-a-kind
aerial and ground photos of Alaska, Canada and the Pacific
Northwest. This adventure begins in Anchorage, Alaska and
ends in Sacramento, CA, but it's not the destination that
counts. It's the journey.
Fitted with 29" bush wheels,
Casey's FAA-certified Alaska sightseeing plane can land
places other planes can't. You'll stop at a variety of great
guest lodges and small airstrips along the way, meeting
great people and enjoying local sights.
This cross border flight will be
made in two to four hour legs, with the final itinerary
determined partly by the weather, scenery and you. Plans
include a stop in Whitehorse, Yukon and at the top-rated
Guest Ranch and Spa in British Columbia, plus stops
in Seattle and Portland.
Only two people can join Casey on this unique "bush
pilot" adventure. Pay roughly $5000 plus meals
and lodging for a trip you'll never forget.
Casey takes off mid-October, so if you're interested, let
us know soon and we'll put you in touch with him.
Cage dive with great white sharks
off the coast of California. San Francisco's Farallon
Islands are known to be one of the best places in the world
to view great white sharks.
You don't have to be a certified diver to get into our
shark cage, but you do need to hurry. Peak Great White
shark viewing season in the Farallones is very short and
trips sell out in advance. The first trip of the 2012
season is September 22 and our last trip is set for November
white sharks migrate to the Farallones each year to feed
on the local seal population. The islands lie within the
protected waters of the Gulf of the Farallones National
Marine Sanctuary. IA's expeditions are conducted according
to the terms of a permit issued by the Sanctuary.
Our 55ft shark boat departs from San Francisco's popular
Fisherman's Wharf. Shark lovers are accompanied to the Farallones
by an incredible team of trained naturalists and
The $875 dive price includes the use of a wetsuit, hood,
weight belt, booties and gloves. (All divers need to supply
is a snorkel mask.) Those content to view sharks from the
deck pay just $375. Food and beverages are provided.
If you'd like to book a dive
with great whites this year, contact
Sheri ASAP at 800-644-7382.
We're getting a reputation in the film and television industry. Companies
are discovering Incredible Adventures to be a valuable partner
in the production of everything from reality TV to music
videos and internet commercials. Incredible Adventures
can arrange access to fighter jets, submersibles, fast boats
and more. Members of our Adventure Team are available to assist behind-the-scenes
or appear as on-screen talent.
We get the most requests for "our" L-39 fighter jets based in Los
Angeles. You can make a commercial or short movie in
a real fighter jet for as little as $2950 plus editing fees.
a link to a recent commercial shot in the L-39.)
One of our newer camera platforms is "our" hot air balloon.
A hot air balloon can fly in places and at altitudes other
If you're seeking great video in the sky or under the sea,
give us a call at 800-644-7382 or send
us an email.
let all those pictures of people in fur hats fool you. It
doesn't get any colder in Russia in the winter than it does
in Chicago or New York. You shouldn't let the thought
of snow and cold keep you from flying a
MiG over Russia this winter.
The MiG-29 actually performs best and flies highest in
cooler weather. If you book an edge of space flight
for one of Russia's winter months, you're likely to fly
higher than if you fly in July.
When you fly a MiG-29 in Russia, airbase staff will insure
you're appropriately dressed for the weather. You'll wear
the same flight suits, flight jackets, boots and gloves
provided to Russian test pilots.
If you'd like to know how you can fly a MiG-29 over Russia this winter, give Greg a
call or send
him an email. Keep in mind it takes at least 60 days
to obtain the necessary security clearance.
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been an exciting change in plans. Instead of skydiving
from an airplane as jumpers have done in the past,
this year's Everest Skydivers will be leaping from a helicopter.
The use of high flying helicopters will allow Everest
Skydivers to get even closer to Everest and land at
even higher drop zones. The change means this year's
Everest Skydivers will be exiting from a lower altitude
than originally planned, but be making additional
When asked about the change, Everest
Skydive Chief Tandem Master Tom Noonan had this
heli will be a new and exciting event that will allow
clients to do something never done before in the Himalayas.
This year is going to be amazing."
There's still time to be part of this year's Incredible
Everest Skydive Adventure. Tandem jumpers pay
$35,000 and solo jumpers pay $25,000 for a multi-day
mountain adventure that includes guided trekking,
lodging, most meals and expert jump services.
If you'd like to be part of Skydive Everest 2013,
us an email or give us a call at 941-346-2603.
Got Space in Russia for You
an incredible day or more inside Russia's Yuri Gagarin
Astronaut Training Center. See, touch and use
the same simulators used to prepare Russian cosmonauts
for a trip to the International Space Station.
Choose from a variety of hands-on
training options. Pricing starts at just
$2500 and there is no extra charge to bring along
To receive a custom space adventure quote, call or
Greg today. An overview of training options can
be downloaded here.
Adventure Team News
resident balloon stunt pilot Steiger will be flying
skydivers at the annual MOAB Boogie in Moab, Utah,
September 27-30. If you'd like to make a solo
or tandem skydive from Steiger's balloon, let us know.
In October, he plans to head to Florida, to balloon
across the Everglades. A crossing of such magnitude
requires incredible planning and intimate knowledge
of the area's wind patterns and terrain. You can join
Steiger on this daring trip across gator-filled swamps.
us for details.
has been busy filming a new TV show for the Outdoor
Channel, set to begin airing in November.
The man behind our Specops adventures is the host of Elite
Tactical Unit, a competition show featuring special
weapons and tactics teams going head-to-head as they
has been speaking to school children about sharks
and the need to protect them. You can read about some
of her sharky adventures on her blog, "The
Adventures of Shark Girl". She'll be back
on Grand Bahama Island October 6, to lead our next
tiger shark adventure. If you'd like to dive Tiger Beach with Jillian this October, contact
four incredibly intense days training with former
Israeli Special Forces operative Garret Machine.
Our Covert Ops Counter
Terrorism Adventure in Miami lets you experience
what it's like to be a member of an elite counter
terrorism team. The training is real, but the mission
is hard core fun.
Our next mission is set for December 6-9. The $3995
price includes expert instruction, equipment use,
ammo, lodging and most meals. For more information,
visit our website or give us a call at 800-644-7382.