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Seward and Kenai Fjords National Park Guided Tour with Lunch

4.8 (95)
Seward, US
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Seward and Kenai Fjords National Park Guided Tour with Lunch

4.8 (95)
Seward, US
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Discover the breathtaking beauty of Seward and the Kenai Fjords National Park with this guided tour. Experience the thrill of mushing the dogs that won the Iditarod Race on a wilderness dog sled ride, then witness the mesmerizing spectacle of spawning salmon at Bear Lake. The adventure continues with a guided walk on the Overlook Trail at Exit Glacier, where you'll be amazed by the stunning views of Kenai Fjords National Park. Indulge in a delicious lunch with 13 menu options to choose from, including options for various dietary restrictions. As you drive through Seward, your knowledgeable guide will point out local highlights, providing you with fascinating insights along the way. This tour truly offers an unforgettable day of exploration and adventure in one of the most remarkable natural destinations in the United States.

About this experience

  • Non Refundable There is no return, refund or cancellation possible with this product
  • Admission Included
  • 6 hours
  • Suitable for 1-15 Participants
  • Private Tour, Small Group Tour
  • Guided Experience
  • Guided Dog Sledge Ride
  • Spawning salmon at Bear Lake
  • Guided walk at Exit Glacier
  • Selection of 13 lunch items
  • Drive-through tour of Seward
  • Hotel/port drop-off
  • Full Lunch Menu - 13 Options
  • Dog Sled Ride Tour
  • Longtime Alaskan Guide
  • Works with the train schedule
  • Gratuities
  • Alcoholic drinks (available to purchase)
  • Souvenir photos (available to purchase)

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Introduction

Experience the breathtaking beauty of Seward and the Kenai Fjords National Park on this guided tour with transportation included. Immerse yourself in the stunning landscapes and natural wonders as you explore the best attractions of this picturesque city. From the majestic Exit Glacier to the iconic "Mile 0" of the Iditarod Trail, this tour offers an unforgettable adventure in the heart of Alaska.

What to Expect?

Embark on a journey filled with awe-inspiring sights and unforgettable experiences. Marvel at the grandeur of Kenai Fjords National Park, home to an incredible array of wildlife and glaciers. Witness the splendor of nature as you cruise past towering ice formations and spot whales, sea lions, and seabirds in their natural habitat. Feel the rush of excitement as you embark on a thrilling Dog Sledge Ride, an authentic Alaskan experience that will leave you with lasting memories.

Who is this for?

This tour is perfect for nature enthusiasts, adventure seekers, and anyone looking to explore the wonders of Alaska. Whether you're a solo traveler, a couple, or a family, this tour caters to all ages and interests. Immerse yourself in the beauty of nature, learn about the local culture and history, and create memories that will last a lifetime.

Why Book This?

This guided tour offers a unique opportunity to discover the hidden gems of Seward and Kenai Fjords National Park. With a longtime Alaskan guide by your side, you'll gain valuable insights into the region's history, wildlife, and natural wonders. The included full lunch menu with 13 options ensures that you'll have a delicious meal to fuel your adventure. Plus, the convenience of transportation and the option to work with the train schedule make this tour hassle-free and flexible for all travelers.

Good to Know

During the tour, you'll have the chance to purchase alcoholic drinks and souvenir photos to capture your memories. It's important to note that gratuities are not included, so you may consider tipping your guide for their excellent service. Be sure to dress in layers and wear comfortable shoes, as you'll be exploring various outdoor sites. Don't forget your camera to capture the stunning landscapes and wildlife encounters along the way.

Reviews

Travelers who have experienced this guided tour rave about the incredible sights they encountered and the knowledgeable guide who made the journey even more memorable. They praise the breathtaking views of the Kenai Fjords, the exhilarating Dog Sledge Ride, and the delicious lunch options provided. Overall, visitors express their satisfaction with this tour, highlighting the professionalism of the guide and the exceptional quality of the experience. Join the ranks of happy travelers and embark on this unforgettable adventure in Seward and Kenai Fjords National Park.

How long before the event do I need to book?

  • You can book at any time before the event

Vouchers accepted in the following formats

  • Mobile

Is an adult required for the booking?

  • At least one adult or senior required per booking

Your Itinerary

Seavey's IdidaRide Sled Dog Tours

Mush the dogs that won the Iditarod Race on the Seavey Family's Wilderness Dog Sled Ride and Tour

Admission Included

Bear Creek Weir

See spawning salmon as they make their way upstream to Bear Lake

Exit Glacier

Guided walk on Overlook Trail at Exit Glacier in Kenai Fjords National Park

Chattermark Seward

Selection of 13 lunch items, including most diet restrictions. Lunch and gratuity included, full bar and desert available for purchase.

Admission Included

Seward

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Drive-through tour of Seward as guide points out local highlights

Reviews

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4.8 (95)

Coastrunner101

The tour was designed to fit in with the time the Alaska Railroad was in Seward, and it was done very well. The first stop on the tour was the Seavey compound. This family has won several Iditarod races and they are dedicated to the 'musher' world. The ride in the training sled was OK, and handling the puppies was nice. The information, precise and detailed was excellent. Learning about changing the booties of 14 dogs at every rest station was just one of the fascinating technical things learned about how dogs and mushers endure the race. The next evolution was the hike to the Exit Glacier overlook. It was a challenge for an 82 year old with heart issues, but was worth the effort. The amazing thing was how far the glacier has retreated in just the last 60 years. Our tour guide/driver next took us on a tour through Seward proper, giving an excellent narration of the sights and history. Lunch at the Seasalt restaurant was excellent. The visit to the fish weir was interesting. This tour was done in conjunction with the Alaska Railroad day trip from Anchorage and is an excellent tour for the time in Seward.

Leia_L

This whole tour is magnificent! The ididaride dogs were healthy, happy and very cute! I enjoyed the ride and learning more about the Iditarod race now and historically. The glacier overlook hike was breathtaking. Lunch was tasty. Our tour guide, Ken was attentive, friendly and timely.

868astrida

The views were amazing unfortunately we cannot go into a cruise because lack of time . You need to get tickets in advance.

Maureen G

This was the highlight of our trip, so friendly, informative and full of excitement. There was just such a variety, I couldn't rate it highly enough. All I can say is you will never regret going on this trip.

Sharon_S

Our tour guide Daryl was amazing very knowledgeable outgoing Always diligent at watching to be sure all of his patrons were within areas snd checking his number before closing bus Bus was very comfortable

joyeslee

Favorite part of our vacation. I honestly didn’t think I’d care for the dog sledding but booked it for my daughter who loves dogs. We all enjoyed the tour so much, and the dog sledding was the best part. The tour didn’t feel rushed at all but also not so long where you feel bored. You get a lot done within the time frame the tour allotted.

Maureen_H

Our driver / guide Daryl was wonderful! Then pace of this trip is perfect! We loved the sled dogs, the sod ride, the glacier hike and the salmon. As a local, Daryl shared lots of interesting stories!

Corey_B

Tour is for younger people who can rock climb up a mountain. Our guide johnathon told us there was going to be a two mile hike which as an older person I can do. Once we started walking it was more like rock climbing up a mountain to see a glacier. I almost fell five times and he left three of us behind who were struggling. I would of thought he would of stayed and helped but we all caught up to him 15 minutes later with other people who were not on the tour assisting us.

ccooper2015

What an amazing experience this was! I’ve told everyone about it. This was our second trip to Alaska, but first time visiting a dog sled mushing camp. I was torn between which one to pick in Seward and am SO happy we chose Seavey’s. This is a top notch operation with a wealth of knowledge of the sport of dog sledding. Upon arrival, you can hear dogs in the distance. Our tour guide was very knowledgeable about dog training, feeding and caring for the dogs. They kennels are open with shared houses for the dogs. The musher is great and the two lead dogs were part of the “A” team and kept the younger ones in line. They are so quiet when running - it’s beautiful!! Young Cora Seavey introduced us to the 11 day old puppies and made sure no one snuck one out in their coat!! So cute! They show you how a musher and dog team prepare for a race and let you experience being on a sled. I highly recommend this tour if you’re in Seward for the day - you won’t be disappointed. We did it as part of the 6-hour Real Alaska Tour that included a city tour, lunch at a local restaurant near the harbor, a stop by Bear Creek to see the salmon, and a hike to Exit Glacier - a must!! We rode the train from Anchorage to Seward - another must - and our guide picked us up at the train station, our luggage was transported to the hotel and we were off on an adventure. Besides the dog sled camp, we were fortunate to hike to Exit Glacier. It was a nice, brisk walk up an uneven terrain. A flatter, easier trail is offered for those who may need it. We chose to follow our guide and were rewarded with amazing views and a good workout after a long train ride. There are many choices and we are happy we chose this! It was a great start to out southbound Alaskan cruise.

cnbwilliams

Dog sled ride was fast and exciting. The newborn puppies were so cute and got to cuddle them. Our favorite part of the trip, beautiful scenery
Collected by Evendo, Tripadvisor & Viator
2024-04-15 22:57