Kenai Princess Wilderness Lodge
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TravelPod Member ReviewsKenai Princess Wilderness Lodge Cooper Landing
Stylish huge wooden cabin with a tiny bathroom. Lovely wood burner. No coffee or tea facility in the room. Expensive and disappointing restaurant
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Another part of our adventure begins. We had 7 days exploring the Alaska. We arrived in Wittier and proceeded to the beautiful Kenai Peninsula. Our first stop was the Animal Conservation Reserve which cares for injured wildlife. Here we saw many of Alaska's animals - brown bears, grizzly bears, moose, caribou, a porcupine, elk, prehistoric musk …
... a tree. Kinda like those Dall Sheep in Denali. It's a bit hard to get excited over a speck that you need super vision to see!
I got excited about the next birds we saw though because they were Puffins!! They are such weird looking birds, I love them! Saw several little puffins flapping like mad things frantically trying to outrun the boat, failing then blip, diving under water. I'm sure they made it Jeffrey.
Sea a bit choppy as ...
... Cabbage curry for the family.
Other places to Visit in Seward that we didnt go was the Idiaride (Dog Sled tours) and Alaska Sealife center. Our group was not that keen in going to the sealife center and picked the hike to Exit Glacier instead. Kenai Jfords national Park Cruise is also another popular one but since we did the Whittier Cruise, we skipped this one. If you are planning to stay 2 nights in Seward, you can try out these place.