Alaska April 17, 2019
The Sea Kayaking Adventure In Alaska You Just Can’t Pass Up
There are many adventures to be had in Alaska, and Resurrection Bay has quite a few of them! It’s one of the best places in the state to get up close and personal with the incredible amount of unique marine life this great state has in abundance. Sea kayaking Alaska is an incredible adventure, and Sunny Cove Sea Kayaking in Seward is the best company to go on an adventure with!
Resurrection Bay in Seward is an incredible place to explore the marine life in Alaska.
The topography is stunning, and you are guaranteed to see some incredible wildlife. Expect to see everything from humpback whale to sea otters, and even porpoises!
The best thing about sea kayaking in Alaska is the amount of places you can go to explore.
Sunny Cove offers many different types of trips, depending on your skill level and interest! You can choose from full day, half day, or multi-day trips.
They offer all types of tours; even some that combines those that love hiking and kayaking!
There are two types of hiking tours. A longer, all day one at Caines Head that combines 10 miles of kayaking with 5 miles of hiking. There's a shorter, more family oriented one where you can exit the kayak on a beach and explore the forests nearby.
One of the most popular tours happen at Fox Island!
This is a stunning island in the middle of Resurrection Bay that has incredible scenery. You can experience protected coves, rocky beaches and beautiful forests.
You also have the option to kayak in Kenai Fjords National Park!
You can experience a once in a lifetime opportunity of kayaking among the tidewater glaciers. This is an amazing adventure and one we recommend doing with a guide! Glaciers frequently calve large chunks of ice into the water, so safety is always paramount when kayaking near glaciers.
Wherever you choose your adventure, Sunny Cove Sea Kayaking will take you there!
It's hard to choose just one, so check out their website to find out more information! You can find them at www.sunnycove.com. They're open every day from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m., so it's easy to book the sea kayaking trip of your dreams!
Have you been sea kayaking in Resurrection Bay? Where is your favorite place in the state to go kayaking? Let us know in the comments below!
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