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Cordova, Alaska

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Date: Ongoing
Time: Varies by Day
Price: $250/Adults, $200/Children (12 and Under)
Location: City of Cordova 
Type: Walking Tour
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Andy's Adventures - Explorer's Full Day Tour
Your tour takes place aboard a 32' aluminum jet boat, the Alena K. Routes vary depending on the seasonal activity, tide and weather. A full day gives more time to cruise farther out into Prince William Sound. This tour includes your choice of sea kayaks or zodiacs to explore narrow waterways and nearshore areas. Wildlife viewing opportunities include Sitka black-tailed deer, brown bears and black bears along beaches. Includes lunch.

Notes: Family

Date: Ongoing
Time: Varies by Day
Price: $150/Adults, $120/Children (12 and Under)
Location: City of Cordova 
Type: Walking Tour
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Andy's Adventures - Explorer's Half Day Tour
Your tour takes place aboard a 32' aluminum jet boat, the Alena K. Routes vary depending on the seasonal activity, tide and weather. Cruise Orca Inlet, near the Copper River flats and Mummy Island. Frequently seen are large rafts of sea otters and an abundance of sea birds, sea ducks and seals. Local guides have an extensive knowledge of area history and archeological sites. The tour includes snacks.

Notes: Family

Date: Ongoing
Time: Sunday-Saturday 9:00am-12:30pm or 3:00pm
Price: $95/Half Day, $150/Full Day
Location: City of Cordova 
Type: Water Tour
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Guided Kayak Day Tours
You can join a guide for a leisurely sea kayaking adventure in Glacier Bay National Park's Bartlett Cove or among the Beardslee Islands. The experienced kayak guides are trained naturalists and will help you to connect with the marine environment, forested wilderness shorelines and abundant wildlife, including birds, marine mammals, moose and black bears. Your guide will ensure that everyone in the group experiences the delights of kayaking and learns about the rich natural and cultural history of the area. A relaxed lunch on a scheduled beach and short educational nature walks along the way round out the adventure. Cost includes rain gear, boots, kayak gear, permits, lunch and van transportation from your Gustavus lodging.

Notes: Canoeing/Kayaking

Date: Ongoing
Time: Sunday-Saturday 12:00am-12:00am
Price: Free Admission
Location: City of Cordova 
Type: Amusement
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Scenic Drive Along Copper River Highway
This 48-mile route travels through one of the largest wetlands in Alaska, a natural habitat for moose, wolf, lynx and other wildlife. The final destination, Million Dollar Bridge, was originally constructed to carry copper ore from nearby mines and offers amazing views of Childs Glacier.

Notes: Free Entry, Things to Do
 
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