The Kenai Peninsula has the most fantastic salmon fishing in all of Alaska. The peninsula is also a great starting point for a scenic drive to Seward, gateway to Kenai Fjords National Park.
Located on the Kenai River, Cooper Landing was first settled by the Kenaitze Indians, who set up fish camps along the river. More recently, Cooper Landing was the site of the first gold discovery in Alaska in 1848, the year before the California Gold Rush. Early Russians discovered the gold but proved more interested in the fur trade.
Additional sightseeing excursions for 2022 will be added as they become available.
Nature & Wildlife
Kenai Fjords National Park Cruise
Spend a day cruising the unspoiled wonders of Kenai Fjords National Park. The narrated tour begins when your vessel ventures out from Seward to Resurrection Bay. Then, you’ll head out…View Details
Sightseeing & City Tours
Explore Historic Seward
Journey along Alaska’s only National Scenic Byway and take a trip into the historic town of Seward. Once in Seward, take the opportunity to visit the Alaska Sea Life Center—Alaska’s…View Details