There’s a lot to discover in some of the most incredible, protected wilderness in Alaska at Kenai Fjords National Park. At the edge of the Kenai Peninsula and the north Pacific Ocean, the park offers over 600,000 acres of glaciated paradise to explore, and is home to an abundance of marine wildlife and unique tidewater glaciers.
From an afternoon excursion to a full day exploration, find the best way to spend your time here. And when you’re ready, contact one of our travel experts to help make it perfect for you!
To see the most of this amazing landscape, venture out on the water with Kenai Fjords Tours. You’ll get a chance to see incredible wildlife, tidewater glaciers, temperate rainforests and learn a lot as you go from our friendly and knowledgeable captains and deckhands. Our crew loves to share their excitement about this place!
Go farther into Kenai Fjords National Park than any other tour. Cruise through the Alaska Maritime National Wildlife Refuge, with birds, animals and calving glaciers at every turn.
Combine Alaska’s most popular cruise with an unforgettable stop at Fox Island where you’ll enjoy our signature dining experience.
Join Alaska’s most popular wildlife and glacier cruise, gliding past wildlife, coastal rainforests, glaciers and remote islands. Experienced captains explain how this unique ecosystem was created.
This tour is family friendly. In addition to wildlife and alpine glacier viewing, you stop at Fox Island where you'll enjoy our signature dining experience.
Explore the ancient glaciers of Kenai Fjords National Park and enjoy an on-board dinner experience on a catamaran vessel for a smoother ride.
See beautiful Resurrection Bay in the spring, as well as additional wildlife viewing and opportunities to view Bear Glacier in the distance.
Humans have been traveling and adventuring in this region for thousands of years. Archeologists have discovered human-occupied sites dating as far back as the year 1200 and a fur trade post was set up by the Russian-American Company in Resurrection Bay in 1793. In 1903, the Seward area began to develop as it became the starting point of the Alaska Railroad. After more than a decade of proposals, the national park was finally established in 1980.
When you venture into the majestic landscapes of Kenai Fjords National Park, you’re heading into a wilderness area. Although weather here, like most wild areas, can be unpredictable, all conditions have their positives. Cloudy and rainy days often bring calmer water, for example. Dress appropriately!
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