Alaska Small Group Tours

alaska whale watching
alaska glacier tour

Finding Inspiration at Every Turn

Our full day Small Group Whale Watching, Wildlife, Natural History, and Glacier Tour ventures deep into Kenai Fjords National Park. With over 25 years' experience, we will show you the Fjords' best kept secrets.

This is a photographer's paradise where you will see the Harding Icefield, calving glaciers, seals, Steller sea lions, porpoises, and sea otters.

We will stop for lunch in front of a calving glacier, giving us ample time to witness and photograph the face of the glacier as mammoth pieces of ice thunder into the sea. A majority of the time we see whales on these wildlife and glacier tours.

 

FULL DAY SMALL GROUP TOUR

$330 per person plus tax & fees 

includes lunch and beverages on board.

Whales feeding on krill

Alaska Sightseeing Tour - What Will We See?

 

The Kenai Fjords National Park is home to a wide variety of wildlife.  Stellar Sealions, Harbor Seals, and Sea Otters are common sights.  Sometimes we are lucky enough to see a Mountain Goat or a bear!

Dall's Porpoise are frequent friends and will come play in the wake of the boat.

During spring we are likely to spot grey whales on their annual migration to the Arctic. In the summer we often encounter humpbacks, minke, and fin whales which have traveled thousands of miles to feed in the rich waters of the fjords. Orcas, also known as "killer whales", are present in our waters throughout the year.

The Park is a birder's paradise with multiple species of puffins, cormorants, auklets, and more.  Our captains know the best spots to help you add to your life list.

The amazing wildlife you will see on our Alaska Saltwater Tour

  • Orca. The Orca or Killer whale is a toothed whale belonging to the oceanic dolphin family, of which it is the largest member. Its black and white patterned body makes it easily recognizable. Orcas are generalist eaters, consuming fish, seals and sea lions, dolphins and porpoises, sharks and rays, large whales, octopus and squid, seabirds and more!

  • Steller Sea Lion. The Steller sea lion is a northern sea lion is a near-threatened species of sea lion.  It is the sole member of the genus Eumetopias and the largest of the eared seals. Steller sea lions are predatory and consume a large variety of prey, foraging and feeding primarily at night on over a hundred species of fish.

  • Harbor Seal. The harbor seal, also known as the common seal, is a true seal found along the temperate and arctic marine coastlines of the northern hemisphere. Harbor seals are opportunistic feeders and take advantage of seasonal prey.

  • Sea Otter. The sea otter is a marine mammal native to the coast of the northern and eastern North Pacific ocean. Adult sea otters typically weigh between 39 to 90 pounds, making them the heaviest members of the weasel family(Yes! The weasel family!), but among the smallest marine mammals.

  • Mountain Goat. The mountain goat, also known as the Rocky Mountain goat, is a hoofed mammal endemic(found in specific areas) to mountainous areas of western North America. A subalpine to alpine species, it is a sure-footed climber commonly seen on cliffs and ice.