Rail Tours
Alaska Railroad Reflections

Wildlife Cruises
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Kayaking / Rafting
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Bear Viewing
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Birding 
Grey Heron
Flightseeing 
flightseeing
Glacier Cruises 
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Fishing Charters
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Hunting
Hunting

Lodging
Lodging

Scuba Diving 
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Transportation
Transportation
 
  
 

Kayaking / Rafting

Guided kayak or raft trips are recommended for first time visitors. Although the waters of Prince William Sound and Kenai Fjords National Park can be calm and spectacular, novices can sometimes find themselves in predicaments that should be avoided.

Northland Glacier Falls & Kayakers
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  • Whittier offers the calmest water for sea kayaking. 3 hour guided paddles start at $70 per person, based on a minimum number of participants. Longer trips, overnighters and drop offs are available. 
  • Seward offers wonderful sea kayaking, however weather can sometimes cause cancellations. You can leave from the beach or combine a boat tour with a paddle around an emerald island in the bay. Overnights and drop offs are also available. 
  • Rafting and float trips are available from several locations around south central Alaska, both north and south of Anchorage. One trip combines a short train ride into a remote glacier lake and a float down the river for a pick up on the train's return trip for $163 per person. 

 There are easy floats and rafting on various classes of whitewater.

Scenic Float Trip and Salmon Bake 
Meeting Time: 5pm

This is the perfect opportunity to enjoy an authentic Alaskan meal under Alaska's famous midnight sun. This offering replaces the scenic float’s riverside break with an evening salmon bake picnic. Relax while guides grill fresh salmon over an open fire accompanied by homemade side dishes, dessert and beverage. A leisurely pace allows for plenty of sightseeing and photo opportunities.

• Adults……….$115.00 
• Children ……$95.00