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Plan Your Alaskan Adventure

Opportunity abounds on The Emerald Isle for viewing wildlife: eagles, whales, sea otters, harbor seals, Steller sea lions, over 200 species of birds, red fox, buffalo, elk and deer. Occasionally, you may see Kodiak brown bears, mountain goats, and even river otters. Even without the wildlife, Kodiak's mountainous terrain, incredible wild flowers and lush greens can be stunning.

Half day, full day or multi-day charters are available for saltwater fishing. Troll for salmon, jig for halibut or simply let the downrigger do the work for you. Your charter boat captain will teach you the ropes and supply the gear and bait. But beware! When you are catching your first halibut or salmon, you are required to “kiss the fish!”

Bear-viewing is one of the most popular activities on Kodiak Island. The best time to see a Kodiak bear is between June and September and the best way to do so is in the company of a knowledgeable guide. Local air taxis offer half-day and full day viewing and float trips.

Bears are rarely seen on the road system, so if seeing a Kodiak brown bear is an important component of your Alaska experience, plan ahead, select a guide, and book your bear-viewing experience several months in advance.


Military History Museum

Military History on the island of Kodiak  ~ Located in the Ready Ammunition Bunker at Fort Abercrombie State Park, the Military History Museum is dedicated to the contributions of the military during World War II.  Visitors get “hands-on” experience with field communications equipment.

Baranov Museum

Explore Kodiak's rich history, from Alutiiq culture and the Russian colonial period to the early American era, WWII and the present day. The Baranov Museum is located within Kodiak's 200-year-old National Historic Landmark building known as the Russian American Magazin, or the Erskine House.  A museum store offers a broad selection of Russian arts and crafts.

Alutiiq Museum

Founded in 1995, the Alutiiq Museum and Archaeological Repository offers exploration of 7,500 years of Kodiak’s cultural history. Through collaborative work with the community and other museums, the Alutiiq Museum continues to collect and preserve Alutiiq cultural history.  The museum houses one of the largest collections of Alutiiq artifacts.

Maritime Museum

Kodiak’s “museum without walls,” the Maritime Museum is located along the sidewalks of St. Paul Harbor.  This unique museum is dedicated to the recognition and preservation of Alaska’s rich maritime heritage. Displays along the harbor give visitors a better understanding of the state’s commercial fishing industry and the abundant marine resources.   A Waterfront Guide is available at the Visitor Information Center.


Alaska Wilderness Adventures

Land Tours - Road System

Memory Makers Tour & Guide Service

ATV Excursions

Ultimate Island Adventures       

Kodiak ATV Adventures

Ocean Fishing Charters

Chazman Charters

Kodiak Island Charters

Magnum Charters

Happy Hooker Charters, Inc.

Kodiak Island Adventures

Road System Fishing

Kodiak’s road system offers excellent fishing opportunities. All 5 species of Salmon can be fished from the road systems fifteen rivers and streams. There are well marked trailheads for 22 lakes, secluded beaches and coves also available for fishing along less than 100 miles of road. Rainbow and coho salmon are stocked at a number of roadside sites. You can fish on your own or hire a guide.

Memory Makers Tour & Guide Service

Wildlife Viewing Adventures

Take a plane trip to see Kodiak's wildlife charter a float plane to any place/ bear viewing/ fly-in Fishing

Sea Hawk Air

Island Air

Kingfisher Aviation

Galley Gourmet Cruises

Harvey Flying Service

Andrew Airways, Inc.

Alaskan Adventures

Seeking Adventure Travel to Alaska

Outdoor Equipment Rentals

Kodiac Kamps
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