Getting to Seldovia
Founded in 1823 by Russian fishing fleets exploring the prolific, nutrient rich waters off the Aleutians and Alaskan coast, Seldovia is on the East Kenai Pennusila, nestled just inside the rugged, mountain-ringed Cook Inlet leading up to the ports of Homer and Anchorage.
Koniaqs, the Chugach people from Prince William Sound, the Aleuts from the Aleutians and the Tanaina Kenaitze people of the Cook Inlet for thousands of years. These waters have long been an important meeting and trading area where ideas and traditional beliefs and cultures have been shared for generations.to the northern tribes of the Kodiak
Anchorage will be your first port of call when traveling from either interstate, the US or overseas - and boasts a major national and international terminal connecting with Canada, the US and many overseas destinations. From this port, you have a number of options for your final leg to Seldovia Fishing Adventures.
Seldovia is serviced by three ferries and a water taxi, departing from Homer twice daily as well as scheduled planes from Anchorage to Homer, Homer has hourly flights and on demand flights daily to Seldovia. Their details and links are:
Seldovia Bay Ferry from Homer to Seldovia a scenic 45 minute cruise (Seldovia to Homer return twice daily)
Rainbow Ferry from Homer to Seldovia as above
Seldovia Fishing Adventures works in close partnership with all the
transport providers as well as many of the national carriers, and are
more than happy to assist you in booking your itinerary and organizing
all of you travel arrangements.