Located at the terminus of the Alaska Railroad and the Seward Highway, and an embarkation/disembarkation port for many cruises, Seward with it's 2,619 residents is easily accessible from Anchorage and serves as a base for anybody who likes to engage in outdoor activities such as: kayaking, hiking, fishing, whale watching and glacier viewing. The city also serves as the gateway to Kenai Fjords National Park. Created in 1980, Kenai Fjords spreads over 587,000 acres and is crowned by the massive Harding Ice Field from which countless tidewater glaciers pour down into coastal fjords. Here the south-central part of the state tumbles into the Gulf of Alaska; here the land challenges the sea with talonlike peninsulas and rocky headlands, while the sea itself reaches inland with long fjords and hundreds of quiet bays and coves. The ancient ice gouged out Kenai's fjords, creating habitats for throngs of sea birds and mammals. About 20 species of seabirds nest along the rocky coastline; the most charismatic of the birds are clown-faced puffins. Bald eagles swoop along the towering cliffs, and peregrine falcons hunt over the outer islands. Seabirds, by the tens of thousands, migrate or congregate here. About 27 land and 10 marine mammals, including harbor seals, Steller sea lions, and sea otters, live here.
Kenai Fjords Glacier Cruises from Seward, Prince William Sound Ferry Trips to Valdez and Columbia Glacier Sightseeing Cruise Tour Packages from Anchorage, Seward and Valdez. Individual daily departures with the Alaska Railroad, by Motorcoach, Van, a Rental Car of your choice or individual arrivals. All tours may be individually customized to meet your specific requirements. We can also arrange specific pre | post Cruise Tours.
Choose from a variety of Kenai Fjords Glacier Cruises, Prince William Sound and Columbia Glacier Cruises. Our premium wildlife and glacier cruise excursions are introducing visitors to the majestic tidewater glaciers, whales and other marine wildlife within Northwestern Fjord, Aialik - and Columbia Bay. Seward and Valdez are offering also very productive halibut and salmon fishing opportunities. All tours with guaranteed daily departures !
Discover Kenai Fjords National Park and Prince William Sound. Our very affordable, professionally guided sea-kayaking and prime wildlife observation tours with only 8 clients and 2 guides throughout Alaska’s magnificent backcountry are the experience of a lifetime. Kayaking within the protected fjords are offering up-close-and-personal views of massive tidewater glacier, magnificent scenery and abounded marine wildlife.
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