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Kodiak is a beautiful island in the Gulf of Alaska, known for its breathtaking landscapes and diverse wildlife. The island is home to Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge, where visitors can spot brown bears, bald eagles, and other native species. The town of Kodiak offers a charming mix of history and modern amenities, with museums, art galleries, and local shops. Fishing is a popular activity in Kodiak, with opportunities for salmon and halibut fishing. The island’s rugged terrain also makes it a great spot for hiking and camping. Overall, Kodiak is a must-visit destination for nature lovers and outdoor enthusiasts.


Things to do in Kodiak

Kodiak History Museum

Kodiak History Museum

Despite seeming like an out-of-the-way place, Kodiak has a lot of history. The best place to learn more about it is the Kodiak History Museum. It’s a great way to kick off your Kodiak expedition. Check out the exhibits of Native Alaska, Russian, and early American artifacts and historical records.

National Wildlife Refuge

National Wildlife Refuge

Kodiak Island is well-known for the Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge occupying much of the island. It’s stunningly beautiful, but beyond the pale for most people. Fortunately, Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge Visitor Center has a wealth of information available.

The Alutiiq Museum

The Alutiiq Museum

To learn more about the history and culture of the Native Alutiiq people of Kodiak Island, Kodiak’s Alutiiq Museum is the place to go! Exhibits include artifacts, contemporary art, and audiovisual presentations. Check with the staff to see if Kodiak’s Alutiiq Dancers have a performance of traditional Alutiiq dances coming up.

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