The Kenai Peninsula Adventure Guide is your web portal to everything on the Kenai Peninsula Borough. Fishing, hunting, sight-seeing; you can have it all right here. From the white powder skiing of Alyeska to the southernmost tip of Homer, you will find all the information you need to enjoy the premier Alaskan vacation and more.
How would you like to have some inside knowledge to plan your vacation? As a 45 year native of Alaska, I have experienced many of the things you are looking for in your Alaska vacation and can introduce you to the people and show you the way to experience them yourself. Get to know me a little better if you’d like.
Kenai Bear Viewing
Photo by Sam Hess
How about shooting bear with a camera while on the Kenai, bear viewing?
Do you want the regular tourist tour? No problem, we can help you with that. But if you really want to experience Alaska and the Peninsula with the locals, take the time to browse through every page and I’ll show you how to see all the attractions AND experience the varied native culture from Alaskan indian to bush pilots.
Photo by Kim Dolchok
This is it. The big trip you’ve been waiting for. And it’s finally here. You’re going to Alaska.
Whether it’s your first time here or your 40th, this is a big deal. Most people I’ve met have never been to Alaska and many have said they would like to go. You are one of the relative few that make it happen and you want to make it the best. You’ve traveled a long way and you want to make it fantastic.
Well, here at KenaiAdventure.com, we will give you the inside scoop on how to make it the trip you deserve. We’ll show you the best …
Photo by Kim Dolchok
So, you’ve taken advantage of our advice here, taken some fantastic tours or hired some incredible guides and now you want to make this corner of the last frontier your home.
If you’re a pilot, there are few places better to take to the skies than Alaska. With some of the remotest places and incredible nature on the planet accessible only by plane or boat, the Kenai Peninsula and its surrounding mountains, lakes, rivers, and islands will provide you with the freedom and experiences that very few people on this planet will ever live to see.
Just outside of Kenai is an airpark where there are large and small parcels available to build your Alaskan dream cabin and your personal hanger where you can take off, fly where you will, land and park at your own home. All completely fenced and with a groomed landing strip at your front door. And you don’t need to be a millionaire to live this life of freedom; it’s more affordable than you would think.
Site seeing the Fjords outside of Seward is considered a must see on any trip to the peninsula.
Leaving from the Seward Docks from May until Sept. on glacier tours, whale watches, cruise and kayak combos and more, you can understand why any one of these tours could be the highlight of any trip to the land of the midnight sun.
And more can all be seen in one picturesque afternoon.
With so much to offer, the Peninsula is a place to take in with several trips. My first piece of advice; pick a few services covered here on these pages and enjoy them to their fullest. Don’t try to do everything at once.
Then, after you’ve made a few connections and gotten used to the area, visit these pages again (and don’t forget to tell your friends!) to set up another amazing Alaska vacation on the Kenai Peninsula and try something totally new (maybe try a winter trip!).
Have you visited the Kenai Peninsula before? Do you have a great story about your adventures on the Kenai Peninsula? Tell it here, we'd love to hear it!
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