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11828 Salmon Creek Road, Seward, Alaska, 99664, United States
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Possible activities in Seward

by trvelguru

I'd love some help please. We are a group of 4 taking an Alaskan cruise from Vancouver to Seward. We disembark from the cruise ship in Seward at 3:00AM on May 21st. We will be taking the Alaska Railroad from Seward to Anchorage the same day. The train leaves at 6:00PM. Since we will be arriving very early in the morning and the train does not leave till 6:00PM, I was wondering if we could plan to do something during that time. All recommendations and advice are highly appreciated.

Re: Possible activities in Seward

by balhannah

Have a look at this webpage,AK/
It will tell you all you need to know. We did a cruise also, but the opposite way, so didn't have this problem.
you will have a great time!

Re: Possible activities in Seward

by mikelisaanna

Definitely do a boat tour of Kenai Fjords National Park. The boats leave from Seward. Feel free to visit our Kenai Fjords page here on Virtual Tourist for more info.

Re: Possible activities in Seward

by yoyosh

While in Seward we did some kayaking with a guide, that included a boat ride/whale watching as well as lunch. It was amazing, and we got to see some whales on the boat cruise as well as some other animals up close and personal while kayaking. I'm sure a google search would help you find some kayaking options depending on your budget.

Re: Possible activities in Seward

by sobiewan

Try a 3hr cruise with Renown Tours. The tour is awesome! We saw many different types of wildlife including humpback and two pods of Orcas. The rugged coastline is gorgeous! We've taken the exact trip that you are describing twice. Both times we did 3hr. wildlife tours and have been very, very happy. You will get back in plenty of time to do a little shopping eat something and still catch the train. Trust me, you'll have plenty of time and will be glad you took this tour. One warning, if you are prone to seasickness you may want to take Bonine before boarding this small boat. My family and I had no problems but their were a couple of people onboard who did get a little sick.The Renown office is located within a short walk from where you will disembark. The good people at Renown were nice enough to store our luggage for us until we were ready to leaveand go to the train station.

Travel Tips for Seward

Calling all amateur geologists

by pchamlis

Alaska, due to its volcanic, seismic and glacial past, present and future has a very wide variety of geological treasures. Everywhere you look and walk, you'll find all sorts of colorful rock, crystals, sand and such. The sand under your feet on the beach may have formed deep within the earth from molten magma, or perhaps was born after millenia of sedimentary pressure.

So if geology rocks your world, I think you're going to enjoy Alaska very very much.

Walk, Hike, go out on a boat,...

by seth0919

Walk, Hike, go out on a boat, hit the local eateries, and just really experience this awesome little town.
This photo is of Resurrection Bay. The amazing view during the July 4th fireworks show...the sky wasn't really dark at midnight; we were able to see all the way across Resurrection Bay. Mountains surrounding the town and they offered the perfect dark backdrop in the lit sky for the fireworks.

Otterly fun

by annk

If you stroll along the harbor or anywhere along Resurrection Bay you are bound to see sea otters popping their little heads out of the water. They always appeared to be having fun, rolling over on their backs and perhaps consuming a tasty bivalve retrieved from the depths below.

Sea Lions

by zrim

A colony of fat happy sea lions. A herd such as this is usually ruled by an extremely large and extremely dominate bull male sea lion. The fjords and bays off the Kenai Peninsula are chocked full of salmon and other tasty fish. I don't believe that these sea lions often go hungry.

Look for sea otters. If you...

by worldtrekker

Look for sea otters. If you see them, it will most likely be in Resurrection Bay at the beginning of your cruise or if you're camping at the waterfront. Sea otters are fun to watch - they float on their backs most of the time, rolling, grooming and diving for there favorite shellfish. They are also known for breaking open shellfish on their bellies with a blunt object (maybe a rock).


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