Fishing

Kodiak Alaska is a fishing paradise with five species of salmon, trout, halibut, cod and more. A fishing enthusiast is in for the trip of a lifetime! Every skill level can be accommodated with an array of fishing trip options including: charter fishing, road system fishing and remote fishing. Visit www.kodiak.org for information.

Bear, Bird, and Whale Watching

Kodiak Island is home to the largest bear on earth, the Kodiak Brown Bear.  Experience a glimpse of this shy regal bear in it’s natural habitat from a charter plane, a kayak tour or a cross-country trek with an outfitter.

Get your binoculars and your bird identification book ready. Kodiak Island is home to more than 240 species of birds including: bald eagles, puffins, tundra swans and ptarmigan.

Spotting a whale in the wild is one of the most thrilling experiences possible. Take a charter boat for a chance to see a whale pod up close or watch for whales from the shore at sunset. Whales found around Kodiak include: humpback, gray, fin, minke and sei. 

Take in the Scenery

Things to see include: the Alutiiq Museum, the Baranov Museum, and the Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge Center. Peruse the art galleries, and gift shops and when you're ready to kick back and unwind come have a spectacular meal at our restaurant.

Take to the open road for an afternoon drive to secluded beaches or breathtaking sea cliffs - the rural roads of Kodiak Island are spectacular! Ask us where the locals' favorite scenic sites are.

 


 

Much, Much More

Anything from ATV trips through the mountain terrain to surfing the Kodiak waters.  This vacation get away can provide you with many options, so when planning your trip be sure and ask us about booking additional activities for you. Rent a kayak, string a pole, or just sit back and enjoy the scenery. Kodiak Olds River Inn provides much more than adventure, we bring you memories of a lifetime! Book your trip today! Visit the Kodiak Island Convention & Visitors Bureau website www.kodiak.org for information.