Seward Day Cruises, Fishing Day Trips & Outdoor Adventures

Seward, Alaska is a seacoast town 128 miles south of Anchorage. This picturesque town is reached by road on the Seward Highway, a National Scenic Byway and All-American Road, as well as by the Alaska Railroad. This quaint coastal town is nestled between mountain slopes cloaked in shaggy summer greens and Resurrection Bay, an impressive backdrop for this progressive city of some 4,000 people. The city is named for William H. Seward, who arranged for Alaska’s purchase from Russia in 1867.

Seward became a town-site in 1903 to serve as a terminal construction point for the Alaska Railroad. Today, it is best known as the gateway to Kenai Fjords National Park, one of Alaska’s treasures with abundant wildlife and spectacular glacier scenery. This lush coastal wilderness is home to humpback and orca whales, puffins, Stellar sea lions and many other species. The Alaska SeaLife Center in Seward, is one of Alaska’s newest attractions with exhibits of sea mammals and fish that make their home in the frigid North Pacific.

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Duration: Day Tour
Starting at: $106 / per person

This kayaking tour from Seward is a fun and adventuresome way to explore the spectacular beauty of Resurrection Bay! The kayaking tour starts out of Lowell Point in Seward and takes... Read more.

Duration: Day Tour
Starting at: $170 / per person

During this guided glacier hiking tour from Seward, Alaska, take a scenic path to Exit Glacier which is a mixture of back-country and on-trail trekking (about 1 – 2 hours). The... Read more.

Duration: Day Tour
Starting at: $97 / per person

On this Seward day tour, witness the amazing annual migration of California Gray Whales, traveling over 5,000 miles from Baja California to the nutrient rich waters of Alaska’s... Read more.