10 Best Places To Kayak In Alaska

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Kenai Fjords, AK - Our first recommendation for kayaking in Alaska is the Kenai Fjords, a massive national park.

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Sitka Sound, AK - Another beautiful kayaking spot in Alaska is Sitka Sound.

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Yukon Island, AK - At number 5 we have Yukon Island which is pretty high and wild, but you can camp on the beaches if you want.

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Halibut Cove AK - Halibut Cove may be the name of this small fishing town, but its unique features get more attention for kayak enthusiasts.

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Gastineau Channel, AK - Most people know that Juneau is the state capital, but what many people don't realize is that Juneau is a partial island.

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Tebe River, AK - For those who love the thrill of whitewater rapids in a kayak, there are hundreds of rivers and creeks around Alaska.

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Noyes Island, AK - Another interesting place to go in your kayak is Noyes Island. It also has several sea caves as well as places to watch puffins.

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Nome, AK - Nome is one of the last cities in the western part of the state. If you kayak around the shores of Nome.

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