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Kenai Fjords National Park

Established in 1980, Kenai Fjords National Park protects 669,984 acres (271,133 hectares) of the coast of the Kenai Peninsula. The remote and largely inaccessible wilderness preserves one of Alaska's most spectacular swathes of land, where snow-capped mountains descend into lush forests teeming with wildlife. Over 40 glaciers flow from the Harding Icefield, carving the coast into a rippling series of fjords. Bears, coyotes, and mountain goats roam the land, while the skies are the domain of many rare species of birds. Its waters too host a variety of marine life, including sea lions, otters, and whales. The Exit Glacier is the only one of the park's many that is accessible by road, while more seasoned hikers can venture onto the Icefield.

Alaska SeaLife Center

Get up, close and personal with exotic animals from the sea in a unique aquarium habitat. At the Alaska SeaLife Center, there are plenty of opportunities to learn and understand the varied Alaskan marine life. Alaska's only public aquarium and ocean wildlife rescue center comprises several exhibits, aquarium vistas, a research facility that studies Alaska's marine ecosystem, and a marine wildlife rehabilitation center. A few of the sea animals you could witness include puffins, octopuses, sea urchins, and sea lions, among others.

Waterfront Park

Spend an idyllic day in Seward with a visit to Waterfront Park. This park, located on the beautiful Resurrection Bay along the edge of the town, is replete with exciting recreational opportunities. Pitch a tent and set camp by the beach, experience a tranquil night under the Alaskan sky, and drift away to sleep as you listen to the calming sound of water. During the day, you can explore the scenic surroundings, try your hand at salmon fishing, enjoy a leisurely picnic with your family, and go wildlife watching to spot beautiful creatures like seals and sea otters on the fjord.

Seward Boat Harbor

Seward Boat Harbor is a lively harbor in Seward that is teeming with activity. When in town, visit the harbor to take in the calming waterside vibes of the town, catch a glimpse of the shimmering blue water, and explore its beautiful surroundings. The harbor offers a variety of vessels, boat tours, and fishing charters through which tourists can explore local attractions like the Kenai Fjords National Park. Apart from the boat rentals, the place is surrounded by local shops, restaurants, art galleries, and hotels, making it an ideal tourist spot to be explored on a leisurely evening.

Resurrection Bay

Resurrection Bay is a fjord on the Kenai Peninsula, located near the city of Seward. Also known as Blying Sound or Harding Gateway, it is the main access point for boats, kayaks, and anglers traversing to and from the nearby Kenai Fjords National Park. Steeped in history and endowed with ethereal natural beauty, Resurrection Bay offers surreal sights of jagged cliffs, Alaskan glaciers, and vibrant marine wildlife. When in town, tourists can visit the fjord and embark on a guided cruise tour to take in the splendid views and explore the beautiful waters.

Seward

Seward is a beautiful little city located in Alaska's Kenai Peninsula Borough. The major attraction of Seward is Mount Marathon, a mountain summit that gathers tourists from all over the world. Thriving with culture and festivities, the city hosts the Seward Spring Break Up Festival and the Balto Film Fest among many others, which also attract locals as well as tourists every year. Owing to its picturesque landscape studded with mountains, valleys, and the ocean, Seward offers plenty of opportunities for kayaking, hiking, biking, sledding, and surfing, making it an outdoor enthusiast's paradise.

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