Where is Kenai Fjords National Park?
The Kenai Fjords National Park was founded in 1980 with the intention of protecting one of the most fascinating, impenetrable wilderness areas in Alaska. The Park, near Seward, is a large glacier Paradise: snow and ice cover 60 percent of the national Park, including the 2500 square kilometres large Harding Icefield.
During a boat trip you get very close to the glaciers leading into the sea and the wild wildlife. We travel to secluded coves such as Aialik Bay, Northwestern Lagoon, McCarthy Fjord and North Arm, flanked by up to 2000 meters high mountains.
With a bit of luck, passengers will be able to see the full range of wild animals, from otters, sea lions and seals to the White Dale sheep to Orcawal, Mink whales, humpback whales and fin whales. Adventure lovers will take a kayak along the fjord Coast. You can let yourself be suspended by a boat and explore this wonderful area for yourself all by yourself.
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