Kayaking in Uyak Bay, Kodiak Island, Alaska USA

Some sea animals
Kodiak Island is the second largest island in the United States and the largest in the Kodiak Archipelago. The island is situated on the south coast of Alaska and it is separated from the mainland by the Shelikof Strait.

Sea kayaking is one of the most unobtrusive and peaceful ways to explore the beautiful coastal lines of Kodiak Island. Uyak Bay is one of the many spots that are suitable for sea kayaking, offering amazing vistas and an unforgettable kayaking experience.

The sparkling clear water allows you to observe the magnificent underwater life of starfish, anemones, urchins, crab and sea cucumbers. Out of the sea, the most common living creatures that you will see are seals, bears, otters, puffins, whales and more while paddling along the beautiful Uyak Bay.

Local rent shops and schools will provide you with the necessary equipment and will transport you to prime wildlife areas aboard the Shelbee -D. The thing that tourists like most is the freedom they feel, participating in this amazing tour with a guide to ensure safety.

If you are a highly experienced kayaker, you can always rent a kayak or bring your own and find many protected bays in the area, so as to explore endless miles of coastline. Kayaking on the sea of Kodiak Island is one of the most amazing experiences that you shouldn’t miss.