Sea Kayaking in Alaska
Sea Kayaking Alaska: Tour Itineraries for Alaska Kayak Trips
Join an Alaska kayak trip this summer and witness whales, sea lions, glaciers, and icebergs in the ancient Tongass rainforest. Our campsites feature many luxuries that are unexpected in such a remote location and we think you will be surprised at how comfortable camping in the Alaska wilderness can be. Our adventure kayaking tours in Alaska are the vacation of a lifetime!
This Alaska kayak tour is really two trips in one to experience the best this amazing region offers. We begin in the prime humpback whale feeding area of Frederick Sound while camping three nights next to a salmon spawning stream.
We then move to a completely different environment at the mouth of Leconte Bay for another three nights. The Leconte Glacier spits out countless icebergs that fill the bay with unusual ice sculptures of a piercing blue color.
This Alaska kayak trip includes a total of six nights at basecamps and two nights of hotels. If you don’t have enough time for the full kayak adventure, you can choose to visit just one of the basecamps for three nights and shorten the trip to five days including staging time in Petersburg.
Even more remote than the kayak tour listed above, this trip explores the Tebenkof Wilderness Area of Kuiu Island. You probably won’t see another human for the entire trip! But you will observe sea otters, black bears, nesting eagles, and virgin forest. Excellent opportunities for humpback whale watching, porpoises, harbor seals, and many of the same creatures found on the Glacier & Whales kayak tour.
This Alaska kayak adventure includes a total of five nights at basecamps and two nights of hotels in Petersburg. It is only available for groups of six or more persons on a custom basis.
Another extremely remote location for an Alaska kayaking tour that goes deep into the wilderness. This adventure seeks out the most important whale habitats inside Prince William Sound and also visits tidewater glaciers emerging from the vast Chugach mountain range and forest. You will definitely see more whales than people on this Alaska kayaking trip! This part of Prince William Sound is the best place to encounter orca whales from sea kayaks in Alaska. Humpback whale watching is excellent, too. Of course, most of the wildlife we see on the other Alaska kayak trips is seen here as well. This Alaska kayak tour includes a total of six nights at wilderness campsites and two nights of hotels in Anchorage.
Have some fun kayaking in the Alaska wilderness with your friends and family. Private kayaking trips can be customized in any number of ways, such as start and end times, length of trip, and special interest focus. Women-only tours are a popular option as are kayak trips that concentrate on fishing for salmon, char, halibut, and more. Give us a call and let us know about your Alaska dream!