Aleutian Islands Adventure with Kodiak, Katmai & Kenai Wilderness


Alaska like never before in the Aleutian Islands.

Kayak, hike, and skiff past millennia-old glaciers. Puffins, eagles, otter, and sea lions wait around every cove. We transport you to and from Whittier with plenty of sightseeing along the way.


  • Explore volcanic fields
  • Beachcomb rocky shorelines and hike beneath a glacier
  • Navigate along the least-visited shores in coastal Alaska
  • Search for wildlife—whales, orcas, eagles, puffins, sea otters, seals, and sea lions
  • Kayak, paddle board, and skiff in hidden coves and narrow fjords
  • B=Breakfast, L=Lunch, D=Dinner

Your day-by-day details | Roundtrip Whittier to Dutch Harbor, Alaska (or reverse) from $8900

DAY 1 Whittier - Embarkation

We begin this adventure from beautiful Whittier, your gateway to Prince William Sound. We take you on a scenic motorcoach transfer from Anchorage to Whittier and enjoy the bird-eye-view as you prepare to embark on your journey. Meet your crew and familiarize yourself with your home for the next 11 days. Adventure, here we come. (D)

DAY 2 Kenai Fjords National Park

Welcome to the mesmerizing glacial wonderland of Kenai Fjords National Park. Established in 1980, this park safeguards Alaska's glacial wilderness. Covering over 600,000 acres, it boasts stunning scenery, abundant wildlife, and magnificent tidewater glaciers. The park's 936-square-mile Harding Icefield feeds these glaciers, creating awe-inspiring fjords where land and sea intertwine. (BLD)

DAY 3 Kodiak Island & Foul Bay

Embark on a wild and untamed journey to Kodiak Island and the breathtaking beauty of rugged landscapes and pristine waters. Paddle through calm bays on kayaking excursions, keeping an eye out for playful sea otters and majestic eagles soaring above. Each day presents new activities for water ops and wildlife watching for nature's pure magic. View spectacular volcanic islands of the Aleutian chain to the Inside Passage an essential habitat for marine mammals and some 40 million seabirds, representing more than 30 species. (BLD)

DAY 4 Katmai National Park, Kukak Bay

A landscape is alive underneath our feet, filled with creatures that remind us what it is to be wild. Katmai was established in 1918 to protect the volcanically devastated region surrounding Novarupta and the Valley of Ten Thousand Smokes. Today, Katmai National Park and Preserve also protects 9,000 years of human history and important habitat for salmon and thousands of brown bears. (BLD)


DAY 5 Ugashik National Wildlife Preserve

Alaska Peninsula Refuge presents a breathtakingly dramatic landscape made up of active volcanoes, towering mountain peaks, rolling tundra and rugged, wave-battered coastlines. When the salmon are running, Ugashik Lakes and streams attract brown bears in great numbers. (BLD)

DAY 6 Aniakchak National Monument & Preserve, Kujulik Bay  

No lines, no waiting! Given its remote location and challenging weather conditions, Aniakchak is one of the most wild and least-visited places in the National Park System. This landscape is a vibrant reminder of Alaska's location in the volcanically active "Ring of Fire," as it is home to a massive six-mile wide, 2,500-foot-deep volcanic crater formed during a massive eruption 3,500 years ago. (BLD)

DAY 7 Shumagin Islands, Unga Island

Exposures of petrified logs and stumps along the shores of Unga Island are remnants of a sequoia or metasequoia forest buried as a result of volcanic activity millions of years ago. The petrified forest tells the story of the passage of species between Asia and America, and helps portray the climate and environment of the Aleutian Arc before humans inhabited Alaska. (BLD)

Day 9 Akutan Island, Akutan Village

Today's adventure will be a fiery one. Welcome to Akutan Island–home of the active Mount Akutan volcano. The volcano erupted most recently in 1992. The recent volcanic activity makes Akutan Island an amazing destination for ecotourism. Hiking on the island offers a diverse landscape where wildflowers and berries abound on hills and mountains. (BLD)  



Day 11 Unalaska, Dutch Harbor - Disembark; Fly to Anchorage

One last breakfast with new friends before you begin to head back to Anchorage. Then transfer to the Anchorage airport. (B)

DAY 8 King Salmon or False Pass

Today's adventure will take us to either King Salmon or False Pass. The location of sandbars and channels can shift significantly because of the movement and melting of ice, seasonal sedimentation, and erosion in the area; making every visit unique. Skiff, kayak, or hike in these unique landscapes. (BLD)

DAY 10 Unalaska, Dutch Harbor with Overnight

Today, you'll explore the town of Unalaska (a name after our own heart). We'll dock in Dutch Harbor, our final stop of your trip. But the adventure doesn't end here. Take in the sights of the Church of the Holy Ascension-a national landmark and the oldest church building in Alaska. Hike and explore the Dutch Harbor, best known for being the home harbor of Discovery Channel's Deadliest Catch. (BLD)

Rates Shown Are Per Person, Based on Double Occupancy. Charter Rates Available on Request.