Discover Kodiak Island from Our Bed and Breakfasts in Southwest Alaska
On Kodiak, you can kayak along the coast, take charter boat tours to observe marine life or go sport fishing, or hike beautiful scenic overlooks. But the greatest attractions on the Island are its world-famous Kodiak brown bears, known to be some of the largest in the world.
Visiting the Aleutian Islands, both the Westernmost and Easternmost location in the United States because they cross the international dateline, is a very ambitious adventure. Flying, the only feasible form of transportation, is part of the adventure. Birders have long sought out the Aleutians for the vast number of bird species.
McGrath, in the northern part of the region, is a stopover for the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog race. Dillingham is a great starting point to view the walruses on Round Island, and there also are abundant opportunities for fishing, wildlife viewing, hiking, and adventuring in the wilds. You can count on restful nights while lodging at our other BBAA member inns in Bethel, Sand Point, Unalaska and Dutch Harbor.