Stroll along the sidewalks of St. Paul Harbor and visit the Maritime Museum, dedicated to the recognition and preservation of Alaska's rich maritime heritage © Wayde Carroll Photography
  • Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge encompasses nearly 1.9 million acres on Kodiak and Afognak Islands.
  • Famous for the mighty Kodiak Brown Bear - close to 3,000 of these giant bears live in the Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge.
  • Home to world-class sportfishing and one of the largest commercial fishing ports in the nation.
  • Approximately 140 miles of state roads connect communities on the east side of the island.
  • Visit www.kodiak.org for more information on available activities and accommodations.

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Available routes to and from Kodiak, Alaska

Service Area

Kodiak is serviced by two AMHS vessels - the MV Tustumena year-round and the MV Kennicott in the summer. A quick four-hour drive from Anchorage, down the Kenai Peninsula, gets you to the embarkation port of Homer where your marine adventure begins with a nine-and-a-half hour ferry ride to Kodiak. A hub to the communities of Old Harbor, Ouzinkie, and Port Lions, Kodiak is also the first community visited on the Aleutian Chain run.

The Holy Resurrection Russian Orthodox Cathedral in Kodiak © Wayde Carroll Photography

Trip Ideas

Below are some ideas to help you plan your trip to Alaska. Please note that availability and routing on your particular date of travel may vary from the suggested itinerary.