Alaska Sea Kayaking
If Alaska sea kayaking sounds like one of those adventures of a lifetime, you’re right. If you’d dreamed of kayaking through emerald blue waters, surrounded by hanging glaciers and rugged cliffs that glisten in the sun, in a land where daylight can last twenty hours or more, then Alaska is your destination.
Alaska sea kayaking is more than just another paddling tour. In places like Kenai Fjords National Park, which has some of the most pristine coastline in the world, you’ll be guiding your kayak through waters teaming with marine life like humpback whales, orcas, sea otters, harbor seals, puffins and a wide variety of fish and birds.
Alaska sea kayaking tours can be arranged in a variety of coastal towns, including Sitka, Juneau, Cordova, Homer and Kodiak. Prince William Sound and Southeast Alaska’s Inside Passage are also popular kayaking destinations.
There are a number of guides, rental services and outfitters available in most of the Southeast and Southcentral coastal towns. Many of them offer trips in tandem kayaks, where you’re matched up with an experienced guide. So in fact even if you’ve never sea kayaked before, you don’t have to miss out on the adventure.
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