Kenai Fjords Tours

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This is Alaska's most popular wildlife and glacier cruise! Our tours depart from Seward, Alaska, and provide in-depth experiences of Kenai Fjords National Park's abundant wildlife, alpine and tidewater glaciers.

Tours are fully narrated by our experienced captains and include a visit to the Alaska Maritime National Wildlife Refuge, home to teeming seabird rookeries.

Pilot's Cabin

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Kenai Fjords National Park abounds with marine sealife and is a must for those interested in Alaska glacier cruises, whale watching, Alaska bird watching, and wildlife viewing. Seward Alaska and Kenai Fjords National Park are terrific destinations for your Alaska adventure.

Kenai Fjords Tours is committed to providing you the best Kenai Fjords National Park experience, period. We invite you to compare us with our competitors and see the difference.

You can get to Seward by automobile, by the Alaskan Railroad, or by one of the deluxe motorcoach services running between Anchorage and Seward. If you'll be driving, you may want to download and print our parking map for reference.

If you haven't yet decided how you'll be getting to Seward, we're happy to make travel reservations for you — just call us (1-877-777-4051) and one of our Alaska travel specialists can help you book rail or motorcoach travel.

However you get here, we ask that you plan to arrive at the Kenai Fjords Tours check-in desk no less than 1 hour before your tour's departure time. Please allow for additional time for parking and taking the shuttle to our location.

From Spring through Fall, be prepared for temperatures ranging from 50° to 70°F, with the ever-present possibility of rain and wind. All our vessels offer heated, enclosed cabins, but to really experience the wildlife and glaciers of Kenai Fjords, you'll want to spend some time on the observation decks. Dress in layers, so you can adjust as needed.

There's no getting around it—a small percentage of people just don't do well on boats; even though ours are some of the most modern, stable, comfortable tour vessels made, if you think you might be susceptible to motion sickness, we recommend asking your physician about prescription and OTC medications that might alleviate any discomfort, so that you can enjoy your tour to the fullest!