Alaska Tour

Kayak Prince William Sound

Hike in Alaska
Prince William Sound

The Experience: We begin our journey in Anchorage and continue on to Whittier, where our expert guides will provide sea kayaking instruction and trip preparation for this unique expedition and truly “once in a lifetime” Alaskan adventure. Prince William Sound is vast and wild; we will focus our paddling in and around Hariman Fiord and The Nelle Juan College Fiord Wilderness Study Area. Millions of years of glaciations have gradually carved away a coastal plateau creating Prince William Sound and its many tributary fjords, passageways, islands, and rocky shores. Fewer than 10,000 people populate the towns of Whittier, Valdez, Cordova, and native villages, and no roads connect these communities.

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Perfect for: Beginners; Intermediate to Experienced

Group Size: 6 minimum 11 Maximum

8 days: $3250 per person

Additional days: $335 per person per additional day

Included: Professional Guide, Travel, ALL Meals, ALL Equipment, Snacks, & Permits.

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Sample Itinerary:

DAY 1: Anchorage, AK

  • Fly into Anchorage and stay overnight in

DAY 2-6: Prince William Sound

  • Packing and Trip Preparations Finalized
  • Transport to the Course Area and Camp
  • Enjoy 6 nights and 7 days in the Prince William Sound
  • Paddling, Hiking, and Exploring the Natural

DAY 7: Whittier to Anchorage

  • Final Day of Paddling
  • Get Picked up by Jet Boat
  • Return to Whittier Mid Day
  • Catch our Shuttle to Anchorage.

DAY 8: Travel Back Home

  • We will fly home in the AM

Optional Trainings

Wilderness First Aid:
2 Additional Days Minimum Required
6 People Minimum, 11 Maximum

Course Fee: $235 + Trip Fee Per Person

Wilderness First Responder
4 Additional Days Minimum Required
6 People Minimum 11 Maximum

WFR Certification will require Pre-Trip Book Work
Course Fee: $795 + Trip Fee Per Person
WFR Re-certification Fee: $235 Per person

All Courses include course materials and certificate.

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