Ever wanted to go on a Bear tour? Why not try Alaska Bear Adventures?! They have 5 different options to choose from. Their basic one-day package, which takes about 3-4 hours, is their most commonly used one. It involves about an hour with the bears, professional bear tour guides, hip waders, and tons of bear facts! Website
Central Charters offers both half day and full day fishing options on several boats, along with wildlife tours. Browse their options below and book your trip today! The fishing trips give you the chance to travel through Kachemak Bay and Lower Cook Inlet, where you get the opportunity to catch up to two halibut.
If you're looking for a deal, Central Charters is an affiliate and has offered you 5% off any booking of select boats. Once you've reserved a room, your confirmation email will contain the promo code to a variety of trips! If you have any other questions, please don't hesitate to call us! Website
Visiting Halibut Cove through The Danny J. Ferry is a one stop shop for water transportation, wildlife, and access to The Saltry. The Danny J. is a ferry that takes tours to nearby islands and Halibut Cove. Across the water from Homer, in a town that is connected by boardwalks and accessed by boat only, the Saltry serves up fresh seafood and salads in the fairy-tale setting of Halibut Cove. With its view of the mountains and glaciers from its perch above the water, The Saltry serves the freshest fish and oysters straight from Kachemak Bay to over a hundred people a day. Website
Sam Pratt was born in Woodland, Illinois on November 15, 1889. He came to Alaska in 1934. After moving to Homer in 1936, he met and married Vega Anderson, both of them were artists and decided to open up Vega's art and gift shop. They sold art supplies and a wide variety of merchandise, pretty much like a mini department store. Sam and Vega were very active members of the rapidly growing Homer community. When the Museum opened in 1968, Sam was the first volunteer curator. Sam died on November 18, 1974, and Vega on September 19, 2002. Website
Whenever a fishing boat would leave the harbor, their families knew one of two things could end up happening... one, their loved ones would return home safe & sound, or two, they would end up never seeing them again. Why do they do it? The risk and the reward. Ask anybody who gambles. Add addicting freedom, adventure and the pure joy of living close to the ocean and you could begin to understand the soul of the Seafarer. Website
Wasabi's Bistro has been serving steak, sushi, and seafood to Homer since 2007. Every dish is made in-house from fresh, high-quality ingredients All their vegetables are organic and sourced from local farms, too.
In their dining room, you'll find vibrant decorations, a beautiful view, and local artwork displayed on the walls. Admire your surroundings while sipping on their signature mojito. Then take a bite of some Muscovy Duck or Spicy Salmon roll -- you won't be disappointed. Hungry yet?
Just give them a call or visit their website to make a reservation.
(907) 226-3663 Website