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Cooper Landing  
 
Alaska Tour & Travel Custom Alaska vacation packages, hotels, cruises, tours and transportation to Anchorage, Denali National Park, Talkeetna, Seward, Fairbanks and more.
 
Kenai River Trips w/AWA Scenic float trips, full-day Kenai Canyon raft trips, or guided fishing day trips: we've got the best guides, gear & equipment for a day on the Kenai.
 
 
Deep Creek  
 
Afishunt Charters and Alaskan 7 boat operation on Alaska's Kenai Peninsula. Giant Cook Inlet halibut, Kasilof or Kenai River kings, or Seward ling cod, rockfish, and silver salmon.
 
 
Homer  
 
Kachemak Bay Wilderness Lodge Alaska's premier wilderness lodge features a myriad of outdoor activities, fishing, fine cuisine and excellent lodging in stunning surroundings.
 
North Country Charters Family owned and operated fishing charter since 1979. Halibut, Saltwater Salmon Trolling, Lingcod Charters out of Homer. Lodging and tours available
 
Homer Ocean Charters Locally owned and operated since 1979 Homer Ocean Charters provides premier sport fishing for halibut, salmon, lingcod and rock fish.
 
 
Kenai  
 
Redoubt Mountain Lodge Exclusive fly-in adventure & sportfishing lodge.
 
Your Alaska Connection Sportfishing and Alaska outdoor adventures with the details taken care of.
 
Alaska Red Fish Lodge Stay in beautiful cozy cabins just a 2 minute walk from the Kenai River. Rates start at $129 per night, and we offer free coffee and rolls.
 
 
Seward  
 
Alaska Tour & Travel Custom Alaska vacation packages, hotels, cruises, tours and transportation to Anchorage, Denali National Park, Talkeetna, Seward, Fairbanks and more.
 
Major Marine Tours Full-Day and Half-Day Glacier and Wildlife Cruises in Kenai Fjords National Park and Prince William Sound.
 
Aurora Charters Seward salmon and halibut Charters, as well as Kenai Fjords whale watching, wildlife and glacier cruises. Half and full-day trips available.
 
Renown Tours Glacier and wildlife viewing cruise of Kenai Fjords National Park and Resurrection Bay out of Seward Alaska.
 
Sunny Cove Sea Kayaking Experience the beauty and wildlife of Resurrection Bay and Kenai Fjords National Park on a Sunny Cove sea kayaking adventure out of Seward Alaska.
 
 
Soldotna  
 
Orca Lodge World class fishing lodge on the Kenai River.
 
Afishunt Charters and Alaskan 7 boat operation on Alaska's Kenai Peninsula. Giant Cook Inlet halibut, Kasilof or Kenai River kings, or Seward ling cod, rockfish, and silver salmon.
 
 

The Kenai Peninsula is a natural setting where time stands still; where spirits are lifted by rugged beauty. Exploration by any mode is truly a memory in the making. Many appreciate the flexibility of driving along various scenic routes. Discovery by rail is equally remarkable, as winding tracks take all aboard across massive gulches, past snowcapped peaks and raging rivers. Perhaps the most panoramic of ways to behold the grandeur of the peninsula is via flight. Helicopters and small airplanes afford a bird's eye view of exquisite landscape and geologic marvels like the Harding Ice Fields in Kenai Fjords National Park. Perhaps the most famous activity on the Kenai Peninsula is fishing. There are so many options, the tough part is deciding where to wet your line first. The Kenai Peninsula rivers are among the most famous, most intensely managed, fresh water salmon fisheries in Alaska. Rivers and lakes are also teaming with Arctic char, resident and sea-run dolly varden, and trophy rainbow trout. Whether fly fishing all alone, drifting for kings or commissioning a deep-sea halibut charter, the Kenai Peninsula is a fisherman's paradise. Fishing is excellent year round including winter when a visitor can ice fish for salmon or trout on a peninsula lake.

Active volcano's can be viewed along the Pacific "rim of fire". Other sensational occurences are found along the Knik and Turnigan Arms where the only regular tidal bores occur. There is perhaps no natural wonder that can rival the stunning composition of wildlife. An estimated 8,000 moose join mountain goats, dall sheep, trumpeter swans, Canadian geese, bald eagles, all easily viewed by Kenai Peninsula visitors. Brown bears drench themselves in salmon streams eagerly clutching sockeye salmon, one after the other. Sea birds and pods of enormous humpback whales surface offshore. Dozens of trails lead across mountain passes. Hiking and backpacking excursions are popular ventures. Others explore by horseback or mountain bike. Boating opportunities range from guided rafting to serene lake canoe trips. Sheer rock faces invite the mountaineer and rock climber, while coastal waters lure beginner and expert kayakers alike. Picnicing, camping, marine tours, gold panning, clamming, berry picking are all fun activities for family members of all ages. High rising peaks call to the daring ice climber. Snowmachiners and cross country skiiers can find powdery white slopes and the aurora borealis shimmering overhead.

 
 
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