This is the SPOT! Even 'Deagle the Eagle' perched in the tree above our launch site agrees that we have the prettiest beach on Lowell Point, just two miles south of Seward. This is where you will meet your guide 15 minutes prior to your Resurrection Bay Tour options. We have free parking (sorry, no RV parking), a comfortable bathroom and a beautiful beach to launch you on your way.
Resurrection Bay Tours: 8am - 11am or 12pm - 3pm
Experience the beauty of Seward's Resurrection Bay with its abundant marine life and beautiful mountain glacier vistas on this sea kayaking excursion from Lowell Point. We commonly encounter sea otters, sea birds, harbor seals, bald eagles and leaping salmon. We may stop to take a short walk on the beach and in late summer may land our kayaks along Tonsina Creek to view an active salmon spawning stream. This the perfect trip for those wanting to experience kayaking for the first time or for those short on time.
Tonsina Point Kayak & Exploration: 9am - 3pm
This family friendly fully guided sea kayaking and rain forest exploration combo trip is perfect for those who would like time to relax into their surroundings whether it be kayaking to a beautiful waterfall, sitting on washed-up driftwood on the beach or walking through the moss laden forest. On this trip we commonly encounter sea otters, sea birds, bald eagles and leaping salmon.
Caines Head Kayak & Hike: 8:30am - 4:30pm
This trip provides a great opportunity to combine both hiking and sea kayaking for those looking for an active adventure. While kayaking we'll watch for sea otters, sea lions, porpoise, eagles and sea birds. If time allows, our day will include a hike up to Fort McGilvray, an abandoned subterranean World War II military fort. This is an active day including up to 10 miles of kayaking and five miles of hiking with a 650 foot elevation gain and loss.
Welcome to Seward's home for adventure -- the sign over the Adventure Center says it all! Welcome to Sunny Cove’s reservation office located at the Seward Boat Harbor, next to Kenai Fjords Boat Tours. The Adventure Center is your check-in point for Fox Island, Grand Day Wildlife Cruise & Glacier Kayak and multi-day kayak camping trips into Kenai FjordsNational Park. This is also the spot you’ll find the answers to your kayaking questions, great gear, excellent local advice and a chance to test out your hula-hooping skills. Open from early-May through mid-August from 7am-7pm daily and mid-August - September 7 from 7am-6pm daily.
Fox Island Morning Kayak & Afternoon Cruise: 7:30am - 5:00pm
Our exclusive unique combo tour at Fox Island allows you to experience a half-day of sea kayaking combined with a half-day wildlife cruise of Resurrection Bay, the gateway to Kenai Fjords National Park. Secluded coves, bold sea stack formations and waters alive with wildlife await you. Check out the sea lions hauled out for their nap as puffin, cormorants, kittiwakes and murres nest on the nearby cliffs.
Fox Island Afternoon Kayak: 11:15am - 6:30pm
Experience an afternoon paddle at remote and beautiful Fox Island. Located at the entrance of Resurrection Bay just 12 nautical miles from Seward, Fox Island is a magical mix of temperate rain forest, sculpted cliffs, sea stacks, protected coves and long pebbled beaches. The surrounding waters have abundant marine life including sea lions, sea otters, orcas and whales. Peregrine falcons, bald eagles and kittiwakes are often seen flying above while puffin dive for dinner.
Fox Island Full Day Kayak: 7:15 am - 6:30 pm
Explore Fox Island's coastline of sheer ocean cliffs and deep forest cloaked coves. Your day may include a visit to Fox Island Spit, exploration of Kayaker's and Humpy Cove, paddling into God's Pocket or if sea conditions and weather permits, circumnavigation of Fox Island. Your route will be chosen at your guide's discretion with consideration of wind, waves, tides, weather and the groups abilities and comfort levels. Along the way we'll stop for a stretch and a picnic lunch on one of the cobblestone beaches dotting the coastline.
Grand Day Wildlife Cruise & Glacier Kayak: 7:20am - 4:30pm
Imagine yourself aboard the Point Retreat, our private charter, enjoying a day of incredible marine wildlife viewing combined with sea kayaking through bergy bits near a calving tidewater glacier. Aialik Bay is home to both the amazing Holgate and Aialik Glaciers and on this tour our private charter boat drops us off near one of these glaciers. We will kayak along the rugged coastline through blue-green sea waters and crackling ice as close as .5 mile (.8 kilometer) from the towering face of the glacier. As your paddle dips into the water and 'bergy' bits bump your kayak, the thunder of the calving glacier and gulls calling out overhead will bedazzle your senses.
Aialik Bay Kayak Camping 3-5 Day Adventures
Join us in an exploration of Aialik Bay, where Holgate and Aialik Glaciers shed ice into blue-green waters, creating some of the most magnificent scenery in Kenai Fjords National Park. Aialik Bay's vistas encompass massive hanging glaciers on the mountain sides towering above to tidewater glaciers flowing into the sea below. This wonderland of mountains and ice gives us an opportunity for a once-in-a-lifetime, up close and personal wilderness experience.
Northwestern Fjord Kayak Camping 3-5 Day Adventures
Considered by many the jewel of Alaska's Kenai Fjords National Park, Northwestern Fjords is a sea kayaking paradise. Calving tidewater glaciers, icebergs, abundant marine life, stark granite walls, quiet lagoons and lush valleys await. Unlike any other area along this coast, Northwestern Fjord was covered by glaciers less than 100 years ago. This newly revealed landscape is in the early stages of post-glacial revegetation. Glacially scarred granite walls create an austere beauty providing a unique glimpse back in geological time. This Alaskan adventure tour creates lasting lifetime impressions.