On the first of my three Kenai Fjords tours (way back in 1999), I took a half-day sightseeing cruise out of Seward, Alaska.
Although the 4-hour Kenai Fjords cruise was brief, the wildlife watching was still extraordinary. We saw a small pod of Orcas, a pod of Humpback Whales, Harbour Porpoises, several Sea Otters, Atlantic Puffins, and various other seabirds.
But it couldn’t compare to what my daughter and I saw when I took her to the Kenai Peninsula last summer, on the 20th anniversary of my first Alaska trip.
This time we spent three days in Kenai Fjords National Park, including two nights at the Kenai Fjords Glacier Lodge. The advantage of this approach was that we got an