Seward, Alaska is one of the most beautiful place in Alaska. Seward is located 125 mile south of Anchorage. The two hour drive is one of the most scenic in the United States. Dahl sheep, eagles, and beluga whales can often be seen as you travel along Turnagain Arm on your way to Seward. Turnagian Arm was named by Capt. James Cook in 1778 during his exploration of Alaska.
Alaska is 570,373 square miles in area, equal to one- fifth the land mass of the Lower 48 states. Seventeen of the nation’s tallest mountains are in Alaska, including Denali (Mount McKinley) towering 20,320 feet tall.
With Alaska’s millions of lakes, thousands of Glaciers, and 33,000+ miles of coastline, opportunities to view and photograph wildlife and scenery are limitless.
While in Seward see the front desk staff to book a sightseeing tour, wildlife viewing tour or fishing trip. Humpback Whales, Orca, and Fin Whales can be seen on one of the daily boat excursions leaving Seward Small Boat Harbor. Seward also offers world class Salmon Fishing, Halibut Fishing, and Ling Cod Fishing, as well as many other species.