Seward is one of Alaska’s oldest communities. We’re located at the head of Resurrection Bay, a scenic location and great launching point for a variety of Alaska adventures.
Seward is located 125 miles south of Anchorage and is accessible by car, bus and railroad. Rent a car at Ted Steven’s International Airport in Anchorage and drive to Seward via the Seward Highway, allow about two and a half hours). The Seward Highway is an All-American Road and National Scenic Highway so you might want to take your time and stop to enjoy the many scenic vistas along the way.
Want a more guided trip? Join one of the many bus tours heading from Anchorage to Seward daily, all summer long! Want to experience a bit of history? Hop onto the Alaska Railroad and take one of the most breathtaking rides in the world.
If you have a large group, try chartering a small bus on your own for a more catered experience. Once you’re in Seward, we’ll meet you at the dock for you trip to Orca Island Cabins, a one-hour scenic boat ride away.