Seldovia Day Tours & Attractions
Day Tours & Attractions
Sea Kayaking Tours View All
Let the Harness family of Seaside Adventure Eco Tours take you on a sea kayaking adventure through the wonders of beautiful Little Tutka Bay. Seaside will turn the bay into an interactive classroom, covering everything from archaeology and geology to cultural and natural history on your full-day paddle. These long-time Alaskans share where secret treasures lie, what it’s like to live on the bay, and how to make a meal from wild ingredients.… ...more
Fairs & Festivals View All
Many people travel to Seldovia, across Kachemak Bay from Homer during summer solstice for music, games, food, workshops and fun during their three-day Summer Solstice Music Festival, a popular outing sponsored by the Seldovia Arts Council every year. Most events are staged in the Susan B. English School auditorium. There’s an open mic session for early arrivals Thursday evening and the main performances are Friday and Saturday. There are ...more
Fishing Charters View All
Half-Day Fishing Charters Embark on a half day fishing charter with Rainbow Tours and try your luck reeling in one of Kachemak Bay’s world famous Halibut. Rainbow Tours has been in business since 1982, and experienced guides will help you reel in your catch. While this is a fishing charter, it is not uncommon to see wildlife while you are out on the water. Seldovia Wildlife Tour This is a 7 hour narrated tour begins in Homer and… ...more
Museums & Cultural Centers View All
Take a step back into Seldovia’s past while learning about the present at the Seldovia Museum & Visitor Center. Check out detailed exhibits on the cultural traditions and legacies of the Native peoples of the area, see interactive wildlife exhibits and pick up free travel information and maps.
Points of Interest View All
The Seldovia small boat harbor is the hub of our community. For many a man and woman of past generations it was the gateway into their future. The early settlers had no choice but to come by boat, and they did so, and in the years and decades to come they lived and worked out of the harbor.
All of the freight, materials, equipment and vehicles come in to Seldovia “over” the City Dock. This is a deep water dock and the Alaska Marine Highway Ferries Tustumena and Kennicott tie up here on a weekly basis and provide a link, a highway if you will, to the rest of Alaska. Those of us that live here rely on this link and use the City Dock and the ferry as one in the lower forty-eight states might use a county road to get to town. The ferry ...more
This spot, about a mile outside the town of Seldovia, offers big views that stretch out to the mouth of Kachemak Bay and even to Cook Inlet. Across the Inlet, you can also see the Pacific Ring of Fire, including Mount Illiamna and Mount Redoubt, each standing at10,000 and 11,000 feet. Even though they’re some 75 miles away, on some days they seem like they’re just beyond your grasp. You can also see Augustine Volcano, a classic… ...more
Close to Anchorage and endowed with abundant recreational opportunities, central Kenai is Alaska’s playground. Two highways, numerous trails, and several major rivers slice through the spine of the Kenai Mountains. World-class fishing, hiking, river rafting, and canoeing – plus alpine lakes and gold history – make for an ideal day trip or week-long vacation.
There’s not much traffic. Kids are riding bikes. Folks are relaxing and chatting along the waterfront. People who visit Seldovia often say how walking around here feels like stepping back in time, and that’s especially the case on the historic Seldovia boardwalk, which exudes a certain Norman-Rockwell-esque picture of idyllic life. Indeed, the boardwalk is literally a remnant of days gone by. Before the devastating 1964 Alaskan earthquake,… ...more