Why we like it
- Ideally located at the southern end of Kachemak Bay
- Arrive by boat into this exclusive cove
- Set on the entrance to a rugged 11km fjord
- With only five suites and cabins this is an intimate setting in pristine wilderness
- Activities include deep-sea and freshwater fishing, kayaking and hiking the trail system
About Tutka Bay Wilderness Lodge
The lodge is located in Kachemak Bay, near Homer on the Kenai Peninsula and adjacent to Kachemak Bay State Park. Situated between Halibut Cove and Seldovia, the secluded Tutka Bay reaches 11km into the glacier studded Kenai Mountains. The lodge buildings are situated on a narrow strip of land that is bordered on two sides by water. Extravagant decks and walkways connect each building which is placed along the edge of the land, with ample views of the water and lush wilderness. The remote Tutka Bay Wilderness Lodge offers a unique Alaskan experience for travellers looking for premium comfort in a ‘less travelled’ place, and is accessible by water taxi from Homer or by float plane from Anchorage at an additional cost. The water taxi ride between Homer and the lodge takes about 25 minutes.
The lodge offers five spacious and charming accommodations, each with a private bath, satellite TV and views of the ocean, mountains and forest. From the lodge solarium, guests can enjoy sweeping views of the islands and inlets of Little Tutka Bay, as well as the impressive Jakolof Peak.