Kenai Fjords National Park
Located by the town of Seward Alaska where mountains and ice meet the ocean,
Kenai Fjords National Park encompasses 607,805 acres and offers visitors
access to the third most visited Park in Alaska. Seward Alaska is a base
for wildlife and glacier cruise vacations, saltwater fishing tours, kayaking
tours, and educational tours of the Sea Life Marine Center. Visitors travel
to this popular Alaska destination by renting a car and driving, taking a
breathtaking rail to rail tour from Anchorage, or by flying directly from
one of Alaska’s major cities.
Located on the southeast coast, this major port for Alaska cruise lines
gives visitors access to a land shaped by glaciers, earthquakes, and storms.
Home to the Harding Icefield, a relic from the past ice-age and largest
icefield entirely within the US boarder, Seward and Kenai Fjords National
Park is an astonishing Alaska vacation destination.
Kenai Fjords National Park is located on the Kenai Peninsula 125 miles out
of Anchorage on the Seward highway. Many visitors come from Anchorage on
the Seward Highway and sightsee at some spectacular places along the way.
On your way down to Kenai Fjords National Park tour and travel to view
Potter Marsh and Beluga Point where you can view the abundance of local and
migrating birds species and the chance to have some of the best whales
watching around. On your way to Kenai Fjords National Park from Anchorage
you can also take your tour to the town of Girdwood where Alyeska Resort and
Portage Glacier is located.
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