Encounter killer whales, bears and playful sea otters on this journey into Alaska's icy, but beautiful, heart. From Anchorage to Homer, journey past snow-powdered forests, around mountain ranges and into the spectacular Prince William Sound. Stroll along the remote beaches of Homer and count puffins nesting in the rugged cliffs. Kayak past icebergs in Seward and experience the majestic calm of this vast wilderness.
Drive down the Turnagain Arm en route to Homer, considered one of the most beautiful drives in the world
Look for Dall sheep grazing on the rugged hills
See both sides of the Kenai Peninsula, Homer on the west side, and Seward on the east. Homer is a cute artists' town and has remote beaches and the stunning Kachemak Bay State Park. The east coast has accessible glaciers and more marine life
Spend two nights at a remote hostel on Resurrection Bay that can only be accessed by kayak or water taxi