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Fjord ahead to adventure on the Kenai Peninsula with southbound Alaska cruises from Seward.
You’re in for an off-the-grid explore-a-thon that cruises from Seward Alaska. Forge a trail through America’s Last Frontier all onboard Radiance of the Seas®, a ship designed for edge-of-the-map exploration. Boasting the most glass of any Royal Caribbean ship, it’s perfect for glacier-gazing and whale-watching in Alaska.
Craving the ultimate Alaska adventure? This is it. Lead a team of huskies across the snow on Hubbard Glacier, brave the world’s longest zip line in Icy Strait Point, and tour totems in Ketchikan. Combine your cruise with a Cruise Tour on land and spend a few extra days exploring some of Alaska’s most iconic sights, wondering at wildlife and venturing deep into Denali National Park.
Sealife Center Sea Lions Marine Life, Seward, Alaska
Enter the world-class Alaska SeaLife Center for a “window to the sea” where puffins, giant Pacific octopuses, Steller sea lions and colorful fish swim. Hold sea anemones and starfish in touch tanks — or watch salmon splash their way up a fish ladder from an outdoor observation platform.
Kayaking Kenai Fjord National Park Wilderness Outdoor Activities, Seward, Alaska
Explore Kenai Fjords National Park, over 600,000 acres of wilderness chock-full of tidewater glaciers, Alaskan wildlife, and outdoor activities galore. From hiking backwoods trails to bicycling mountain pathways, kayaking icy waters and beach combing rocky shorelines, this park encompasses the best of Alaskan scenery and adventure.
Live life like an Alaskan musher at Mile 0 of the Iditarod National Historic Trail. Learn about the famed dog-sledding race while touring a local kennel. Then board a custom-designed sled for an exhilarating ride through rainforest or across glaciers, a team of spirited huskies leading the way.
Start the day with king crab eggs benedict and then enjoy a reindeer hot dog for lunch. Alaskan sablefish and Resurrection Bay red salmon are both solid dinner choices, best paired with a pint from Seward Brewing Company. Then stop by Sweet Darlings for fudge, gelato or saltwater taffy— all are made in-house.
A collection of downtown shops sell handmade pottery, jade jewelry, and hand-crafted knives with carved handles. Totem poles, ulu knives and watercolors by well-known Alaskan artist Karla Morreira all make great souvenirs. And local fish processors can arrange overnight shipping of fresh catches directly to your home.