- Remote lodge on Fox Island in Resurrection Bay
- Accessible by boat only
- Kenai Fjords National Park Cruise
- 1 Overnight in Kenai Fjords Wilderness Lodge on Fox Island
- 2 lunches, 1 dinner, 1 breakfast,
- 2.5 hr Resurrection Bay cruise*
- All taxes and fees.
* Longer cruise option available at
additional charge on day of return from Kenai Fjords Wilderness Lodge to Seward.
See price table!
Rates do not include transfers to / from Seward,
alcoholic beverages, kayaking tours while at Fox Island, and
Kenai Fjords Wilderness Lodge is nestled within beautiful Halibut Cove on
Fox Island in Resurrection Bay just outside of Seward. The lodge is reached by
boat just one hour cruise from the Seward harbor, making it a convenient choice
if you want to include a lodge stay while in in Alaska. Kenai Fjords Wilderness
Lodge accommodates only 18 guests in comfortable, cabin style rooms with private
bath and expertly prepared meals, ensuring you will experience an intimate
overnight stay in the quiet solitude of Resurrection Bay. |
Wilderness Lodge offers independent activities including quiet walks on secluded
beaches, hikes on the mountain trails, as well as guided sea kayaking trips
(additional cost), bird watching, and observing local marine life on Fox Island.
All overnight trips to Fox Island include a 2.5 hour Resurrection Bay Cruise.
An optional upgrade to a marine wildlife cruise to the Northwestern
Fjord into Kenai Fjords National Park is available. This optional marine tour is
the most extensive glacier and wildlife viewing cruise option into the pristine
Kenai Fjords wilderness that is available from Seward.
LODGE INFORMATION AND ITINERARY
Kenai Fjords Wilderness Lodge is located on Fox Island in Resurrection Bay,
about an hour by boat from Seward.
transportation is combined with a boat cruise into Kenai Fjords National Park
Lodge setting and accommodation: Kenai
Fjords Wilderness Lodge and overnight cabins are located on Fox Island, in the
heart of Resurrection Bay. The main lodge is also used for day guests visiting
the island for the salmon buffet lunch. Further away, undisturbed, are cozy
overnight guest cabins and another dining area where overnight guests enjoy
breakfast and dinner. Each guest room has a private bathroom and two beds. There
are never more than 18 overnight guests.
is a grilled salmon buffet served in the main lodge. Breakfast and a family
style dinner are served privately for overnight
Activities: Quiet walks on secluded beaches,
hikes on the mountain trail. Guided sea kayaking is available at additional
cost. On the day guests return to Seward, a 2.5 hour Resurrection Bay cruise is
included. There is an option to upgrade to a 8.5-hr Northwestern Fjords
Cruise which takes you into Kenai Fjords National Park (additional charge,
1/Arrival: Transfer on own to Seward small boat
harbor. At 12:00H depart for a 1 hour cruise to Fox Island. On arrival at the
lodge you will receive a short orientation and will enjoy a delicious
lunch. The afternoon is available to explore this beatuiful
area. Take a self guided hike or a guided kayaking tour (additional cost).
Dinner served this evening. Overnight Fox Island.
2/Departure: Resurrection Bay Cruise
back to Seward. Depending on the cruise option there might be free time in
the morning. On the cruise back to Seward, there is an opportunity to see
marine wildlife, steep jagged cliffs, seabirds and Bear Glacier. The
chances of seeing whales are greater on the Kenai Fjords or Northwestern
Fjord cruise option.
Cruise options and time schedule:
-Resurrection Bay cruise (included):
depart Fox Island at approx. 14:00H, arrive in Seward at approx. 16:30H
-Kenai Fjords National Park Cruise (additonal cost): depart Fox Island at
approx. 8:45H, arrive in Seward at approx. 14:00H
Cruise (additional cost): depart Fox Island at Approx. 9:45H, arrive in Seward
at approx. 18:00H
If you stay longer: Kenai Fjords Wilderness Lodge offers
independent activities including quiet walks on secluded beaches, hikes on the
mountain trails, as well as guided sea kayaking trips (additional cost), bird
watching, and observing local marine life on Fox Island.
|Kenai Fjords Wilderness Lodge - 1 Night Package including Resurrection Bay Cruise from Seward|
|Jun 01 2013 – Aug 31 2013|
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|Kenai Fjords Wilderness Lodge - 2 Night Package including Resurrection Bay Cruise from Seward|
|Jun 01 2013 – Aug 30 2013|
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|Kenai Fjords Wilderness Lodge - 3 Night Package including Resurrection Bay Cruise from Seward|
|Jun 01 2013 – Aug 29 2013|
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Child rates (0-5 years)
are available on request.
IMPORTANT NOTES FOR RETURN CRUISE OPTIONS TO
Two longer cruise option are available for
the cruise from Fox Island back to Seward. Here are the times for the
- Resurrection Bay Cruise (included): depart Fox Island at
approx. 14:00; arrive Seward at approx. 16:30
- Kenai Fjords National Park
Cruise (additional cost): depart Fox Island at approx. 8:45; arrive Seward at
- Northwestern Fjords Cruise (additional cost): depart Fox
Island at approx. 9:45; arrive Seward at approx. 18:00
If the Northwestern Fjords cruise option is chosen and if you
do not have a rental car, a post night in Seward is required due to late return
Deposit of 50% is
required, without reservation is not confirmed! Final payment is due 60 days
REFUND / CANCELLATION
61 or more days prior to lodge stay
date: 50% of invoice total.
60 to 0 days prior to lodge stay date: 100%
of invoice total.
TRAVEL TO ALASKA:
Please make sure you have your proper documents (US Drivers License or
passport) with you, your credit card and camera/video recorder.
If you booked a rental car with us that you will pick up upon arrival in
Alaska, please make sure you provide us with your flight arrival information so
that your car is ready for you when you arrive!
Also remember that Alaska has its own time zone. Alaska is 1 hour behind
Pacific Standard Time / 2 hours behind Mountain Standard Time / 3 hours behind
Central Standard Time / 4 hours behind Eastern Standard Time.
WHAT TO PACK:
Temperatures from June through August range between 60°F / 16° C to 80°F /
27°. May and September are typically cooler, with temperatures ranging between
45°F / 7° C to 55°F / 13° C. Temperatures in the winter can range from -40
degrees to 40 degrees.
If summer or winter the general rule for Alaska is casual, comfortable
clothing that can be worn in layers. The first layer should be something thin
and next to the skin (try to avoid cotton). The second layer adds warmth and
allows you the option of removing if it gets warmer (mostly fleece or similar).
The third layer should protect you against rain and wind if necessary.
For day cruises into Prince William Sound and Kenai Fjords National
Park, for example, we recommend an extra layer including a scarf, hat and
gloves, as it can be chilly on the boats - even in the summer!
Comfortable walking shoes or water repellent hiking boots are also
If you visit in the winter, your outer layer should
protect you against the cold and wind. Even so jeans are comfortable, they are
not ideal when it is really cold. Ski pants are protecting better against the
cold weather. Do not forget to bring a warm scarf, hat, gloves, and boots.