Kodiak Kingfisher

Box 8633
Kodiak, Alaska


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Kodiak is a beautiful, emerald island located in the central Gulf of Alaska. It offers some of the world's best remote fishing and wildlife viewing amidst spectacular scenery.

A mere 40-minute hop by jet from Anchorage, this 120-mile long archipelago remains largely undiscovered by tourists.

Besides the great fishing, there is a lot on Kodiak to entertain the traveler. People flock here to photograph the world-renowned Kodiak brown bear, the world's largest land carnivore. Kodiak also has some 100 miles of road system to explore it's many bays and watersheds. Hiking and guided kayaking are also other popular activities.

Thousands of whales, including the gregarious and photogenic humpback, invade the western Gulf of Alaska to feed in one of the world's most fertile oceans.

Kodiak Island was the first Russian settlement in Alaska. Tour Alaska's oldest Orthodox Church and two historical museums, all located in downtown Kodiak.