Kenai Peninsula

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  • 2013-01-01 - 2013-12-31

Take a memorable journey along the stunning coast of Alaska.

Discover the beauty, isolation and pristine environment that characterises Alaska's Kenai Peninsula. Jutting into the Gulf of Alaska, this small peninsula is about the size of Belgium but boasts some of the country's most spectacular mountains, glaciers, rivers, lakes, fjords, forests and fishing. Explore the Prince William Sound, see the creaking Exit Glacier, or try your hand at salmon fishing - the options are endless on this stunning Alaskan vacation.

  • Stroll the streets of Anchorage
  • Camp in the Alaskan wilderness
  • Try to glimpse beluga whales from the Kenai Peninsula
  • See massive glaciers on a ferry ride on Prince William Sound
  • Admire the beauty of the coastal town of Valdez

Kenai Peninsula Summary

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Day 1 Anchorage

Snow-capped peaks frame Anchorage, a frontier city that looks out onto icy waters and is surrounded by stunning wilderness and alpine parks.

Days 2-3 Homer

Named after a mining promoter, not the ancient Greek author, Homer is a pretty Alaska town sometimes referred to as ‘the end of the road’.

Days 4-6 Seward

Nestled within a beautiful bay and surrounded by mountains, Seward is a picturesque town that lies close to the astounding Kenai Fjords National Park.

Day 7 Hope

Once a gold-mining town, Hope is a unique and beautiful place with some of the best whitewater rafting, hiking and camping in Alaska

Day 8 Anchorage

Anchorage, although not the state capital, is home to 40% of Alaska’s population and is the gateway to more than 40 wilderness parks.