From May through September you can find us chasing trophy salmon and rainbow trout on Alaska’s Kenai Peninsula. This is a highly anticipated part of our season. The spectacular scenery coupled with phenomenal fishing always leaves you wanting more!
Pacific Halibut is one of the most popular fishing quests here on the Cook Inlet. They average 25-30 lbs, but have been caught upwards of 400 lbs and earned the name barn door halibut. Nothing compares to the feeling of reeling one in for yourself. Let us book you a fishing charter with one of our partners. Contact our Tour Desk today.
Let us book you a breathtaking bear viewing trip to Katmai or Lake Clark National Park. These areas are home to the highest concentrations of Alaskan Grizzly/Coastal Brown Bears. Trusted guides give you an up-close encounter to a bear in its natural habitat. This live tour beats any Alaskan reality show! You may find yourself wanting more than just a once-in-a-lifetime experience.
Kenai Fjords National Park was established in 1980 and covers over 669,984 acres on the Kenai Peninsula. Boats glide past tidewater glaciers and encounter a variety of animal life in the water, in the air, and on the land. Every trip is different because you can never fully predict what’s going to pop into view. Consult with our Tour Desk about the many tour options, fees, and our discounts.
Alaska’s only permanent marine mammal rehabilitation facility and largest public aquarium is located in Seward at the edge of Resurrection Bay. It is fascinating and fun for all ages. Our customers get a discount. Contact the Tour Desk today for tickets and suggestions to complete your Seward experience.