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Alaska is home to many kinds of fish and wildlife. In fact, a greater percentage of Alaskans fish than residents of any other state! With the endless beauty surrounding you, and some fish that are not caught many places in the United States, it’s easy to see why. More than 34,000 miles of coastal shoreline and a bounty of rivers and lakes, translates into some of North america’s premier fishing. Alaska features several different types of fishing along with a variety of fish, including but not limited to: Salmon, Halibut, Trout, Northern Pike, Arctic Char, Dolly Varden, Grayling, and a variety of Rock Fish.
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Kayaks were originally developed by indigenous Arctic people, who used the boats to hunt on inland lakes, rivers and coastal waters. Seward and the Prince William Sound were among these waters. Today, there are guided kayaking trips provided in these areas, designed for your pleasure. The scenic beauty, along with wildlife and glacier viewing is the perfect way to explore Alaska! No experience necessary!
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Whale watching and Wildlife Viewing
An Alaska adventure isn’t complete without a wildlife encounter! Many species of wildlife, make Alaska home. As well as some species that migrate to Alaska every year. Some species of wildlife that you may have the opportunity to see include: Humpback Whales, Orca Whales, Minke Whales, Fin Whales, Dall’s Porpoise, Sea otters, Sea lions, Harbor seals, Bald Eagles, Mountain Goats, Brown and Black bears, and more!
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Alaska has an estimated 100,000 glaciers which cover almost 5% of the state. There are more active glaciers in Alaska than in the rest of the inhabited world! Get up close and personal with these natural beauty’s on a glacier boat tour. These tours will take you to a tidewater glacier and give you an opportunity to see a possible glacier calving! In Southeast Alaska, many of the most active glaciers calve daily when giant pieces of ice crack off the head of the glacier and fall into the sea. The image of slow, imperceptible glacial movement is now replaced by the sounds of the thundering ice bergs cracking and falling to the ocean. The freshly-calved bergs are often a sparkling deep blue and assume fantastic shapes as they slowly drift with the currents or beach themselves on outgoing tides. All this makes tidewater glacier watching a popular attraction and a must- do for your trip to Alaska.
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Seavey’s Ididaride Sled Dog Tours
Your real Alaskan adventure begins with a two-mile dog sled ride. Feel the power, excitement, and energy of our amazing sled dogs as they are harnessed to our comfortable wheeled sleds. Guaranteed to be one of the highlights of your vacation, this tour was chosen as one of Alaska’s Top Twenty Attractions, and is a must-do for all visitors to the Greatland.
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