Kenai Peninsula Alaska | Tours and Remote Lodges
The huge Kenai Peninsula, stretches out into the sea immediately south of Anchorage. Small by Alaska standards, it encompasses a taste of all the state has to offer including whale watching, outstanding fishing, tidewater glaciers and character small towns. Towns of the Kenai Peninsula Homer is a bustling community known for its halibut fishing and the stunning views from the 'spit' that juts into Kachemak Bay, whilst Girdwood, set on Turnagain Arm, is famed for its tidal bore and its proximity to the Portage Glacier.
Soldotna is renowned for its king salmon fishing.
Nearby Kenai has a tangible sense of history exemplified by its Russian Orthodox church.
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