Kayak Adventures Worldwide Company Information
- United States
We love to share the beauty and magnificence of the Alaskan wilderness with people - and we hope to expose you to, and educate you about, the wonders of the areas in which we paddle. Resurrection Bay and Kenai Fjords National Park are both phenomenal areas of pristine beauty - and they are best explored by kayak! What a fantastic way to view wildlife, glaciers, and the rugged coastline. Each year we sponsor a Wilderness First Responder class here in Seward, as we believe knowledge of wilderness medicine is incredibly important in the field. All of our guides hold current WFR certifications as well. Every year our guides are trained as Leave-No-Trace trainers, and we strive to provide environmentally friendly trips. Not only do our guides embrace Leave-No-Trace ethics, but we strive to pass on some knowledge and understanding to our guests as well. Even little details, like packing out our solid human waste and not damaging the beaches with campfires, are important practices to us. We also are quite concerned with safety, and try to run very conservative trips. We run the most extensive guide training in the area. All our guides receive at least ACA Level 2 skills assessments and ACA Day Trip Leadership & Kayak Camping assessments. We send a satellite phone out on our multi-day trips into the fjords, and trips in the Bay carry cell phones. We also spend over a month training our guides each spring� before they can even guide our shortest 4-hour trips. Maintaining quality on all levels is very important to us.
Recent Kayak Adventures Worldwide jobs
Seward, AKDo you want to live, work and play in one of the most beautiful places in the world? Kayak Adventures is a small, environmenta...