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Guided Kayaking in Alaska

Half, Full & Multi-Day Trips in Seward

What Are Your Adventure Goals?

We believe that purposefully crafted tours have the power to change the way we look at the world. Every guest has different adventure goals, and we have a wide range of trips to meet them. All our trips have the same core: our mission to explore, inspire, and protect.

So we invite you to come, fall in love with Kenai Fjords.

  • Most Popular
From $499

Our most popular trip combines an intimate wildlife boat tour through Kenai Fjords National Park with the opportunity to kayak near Aialik Glacier, the largest and most actively calving tidewater glacier in the park. View wildlife, learn about this important ecosystem, and get inspired to join us in protecting Alaska.

From $125

Explore the wonders of Resurrection Bay! Learn about the area, look out for wildlife, hike under a canopy of sitka spruce in the temperate rainforest, and enjoy a break on a secluded beach. You’ll be sure to feel inspired on this short but meaningful tour!

From $215

Spend a full day exploring and connecting to Resurrection Bay! This flexible tour offers the perfect combination of kayaking and hiking through the coastal rainforest just outside Seward. Discover hidden waterfalls, search for wildlife, and learn more about this unique and inspiring area!

From $325

Escape the crowded tour boats and spend the day in a small group exploring towering cliffs, looking for wildlife, and learning more about the dramatic coastline near Fox Island. This tour is a guide favorite!

Kayak Tour Logistics & Information

We cap all of our Adult Tours at just 6 people (ages 14+), to provide the most intimate and meaningful guest experience while minimizing our impact on the places we visit. This is a true small group tour! If you have a larger group, we’re happy to arrange a private tour for your group, at no extra cost. If you’re traveling with kids ages 6-13, learn more about our Private Family Tours.

All of our tours are led by knowledgeable, thoughtful, and, enthusiastic guides. Our guide training lasts over a month each spring, and focuses on kayaking + rescue skills, wilderness medicine, natural history, weather, Alaska Native cultures, climate change, Leave-No-Trace, and local knowledge and experience. Learn more about our incredible crew on our Meet the Team page.

All of our trips include your guide, kayak, paddling & safety equipment (PFD, paddling mitts, spray skirt), transportation from our downtown location, dry bags, hot drinks, and snacks. For full day trips, we also include locally made sandwiches for lunch and your water taxi fees if applicable. We even have high quality rain jackets, rain pants, and rubber boots you can borrow if you need them! On all of our trips, we use double kayaks – for stability, pacing, efficiency, and risk management reasons. The only things you’ll need to plan for are personal clothing (you’ll receive a detailed packing list upon booking), an adventurous spirit and gratuity for your guide.

Our multi-day trips can be run as Fully Outfitted or Guided Rentals, depending on how you’d like to travel. We also work with a local captain to provide Mothership Trips, where you sleep aboard the boat and paddle each day. Our multi-day calendar fills up quickly, so please be in touch in advance if you’d like to plan a multi-day kayaking trip.

A multi-day Alaskan sea kayaking adventure fully immerses you in the pristine wilderness of Kenai Fjords National Park; camp on rocky beaches, paddle to tidewater glaciers, and explore a rugged wilderness teeming with wildlife.

Experience the natural beauty of Alaska on this multi-day sea kayaking adventure in Kenai Fjords National Park. You provide the camping gear, and we provide paddling, safety gear, and the guide.

Our Mothership Trips in Kenai Fjords National Park offer the greatest flexibility and maneuverability in the fjords at a high level of comfort. Explore all day and stay warm all night!


Alaska’s weather is known for being unpredictable and extreme, which is what defines its humbling and awe-inspiring characteristics. While this drives a lot of our preparations and operations, we can only do our best; Mother Nature doesn’t always cooperate. We recommend allowing a little bit of flexibility in your vacation, so if there are high winds or rough seas on your scheduled day, you have the wiggle room to move your tour (depending on availability). We also recommend reviewing our Cancellation Policy and considering travel insurance for your Alaska vacation.

We find purpose and joy in sharing our home with visitors. If you have questions about lodging, dining, or other activities, check out our local info. Consider joining us a Seward Adventure 0r Family Package tour,  where we combing a kayaking trip with a private, guided hike with Seward Wilderness Collective, our sister company. We can’t wait to show you around our backyard soon!

From $679

What would we do if we had only two days in Seward? Pair the Aialik Glacier Day Trip with the Alpine Trail Day Trip for the best hiking, paddling, and exploring in Alaska’s fjord country. Experience the gems of this remote area, accessible only by boat, both on foot and via kayak.

From $205

Combine our top kid-friendly tours for a half day each of guided kayaking and hiking suitable for ages 6 and up! Explore, discover, and learn from your enthusiastic guide during our favorite family-friendly adventures.