VISIT AFOGNAK WILDERNESS LODGE

Within the Kodiak Islands, Afognak Island is considered the “jewel” for anyone seeking Alaska’s finest combination-destination. With both fresh & saltwater fishing trips PLUS a variety & abundance of land/marine wildlife PLUS some of the classiest accommodations, this Kodiak island lodge has been a prized retreat since 1974 for photographers (professional & amateur), sport-fishermen and adventurous vacationers.

If you’re looking for an Alaska travel deal, Afognak Wilderness Lodge offers one of the most unique experiences on the continent. The land & marine wildlife viewing/photography, sea kayaking and, of course, fresh & saltwater fishing expeditions are part of a fantastic nature-tour vacation. Treat yourself to an Alaskan vacation package that you will never forget at our award-winning lodge!

About Our Lodge

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We are a First Class Alaska Lodge offering unique remote Alaska eco-tours. Satellite TV, Phone, FAX, & Wireless-Internet availableLearn More

Wildlife

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Unparallelled Marine Wildlife Viewing: Sea otter, Sea lion, Humpback & Orca Whale. Land Wildlife Photography Featuring: Bald Eages, Kodiak Brown Bear, Elk, Deer, Fox.
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Fishing

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Kodiak, Alaska Fishing: Deep Sea, Spinning, & Fly Fishing.
Freshwater Fishing: Rainbow, Dolly Varden, Steelhead, Salmon. Saltwater Fishing: Halibut, Lingcod, Salmon (Sockeye, Silver, King, Pink), Yellow-Eye, Sea Bass, Red SnapperLearn More

Photography

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Awaiting you is a wide array of wildlife including the popular Kodiak Brown Bear, assorted sea mammals, soaring bald eagles and comical puffins.Learn More

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What Guests Say

“Our third time here and we find something new and wonderful everytime. This has become our Alaskan home.”
Shizuko Kato, Osaka, Japan
How amazing to watch seal lion roar, brown bear cross the beach just ahead of us, see rare sea birds and end the day with a 10pm waterski run down the bay! Also nice to see a family working together so well… many talents here.
Parvis and Kay Sadighi, Massachusetts
This was the BEST lodge we’ve been to. All the comforts of home in a remote setting. Very friendly people, helpful and obliging… like Laura Ashley marries Eddie Bauer! Caught fish here when all were getting skunked everywhere else. The lodge even added extra fish to our box of frozen fish for the trip home.
Don and Joyce Benioff, California
Family feeling… just wonderful with small groups being a plus! Very accommodating. Lots of wildlife that we could get close to. It was truly Wonderful.
Lon and Susie Byars family, Texas
Unique experience due to the fact that the location is in the extreme wilderness. Most beautiful place we have seen.
Ted and Debra Layne, California

Our Latest Blog Posts

Everything You Need to Know About the Aurora Borealis or Northern Lights

The splendid moving lights of the aurora are really collisions between electrically charged particles from the sun that enter the world’s environment. The lights are seen over the northern and southern halves of the globe. This phenomenon is known as ‘Aurora borealis’ in the north and ‘Aurora Australis’ in the south. The term ‘Aurora borealis’ comes from the Latin Aurora, meaning “Roman goddess of the dawn” plus Latin Borealis, meaning “north.” This is why the Aurora Borealis is also called the Northern Lights.

Salmon Fishing in Kodiak

If you’re planning a summer trip to Kodiak and love to go fishing, you’ve come to the right place. In this guide, you’ll find a number of tips & tricks used by guests and pros alike. Afognak Wilderness Lodge is conveniently located in Kodiak and offers all kinds of amenities to ensure that you enjoy your stay and have a successful fishing trip.

Whale Watching in Kodiak

Seeing and hearing a whale spout is a thrilling experience and one that most people never forget. Many of our guests at Afognak Wilderness Lodge choose to go on whale watching expeditions, as they’re truly a sight to behold. The summer season is one of the best times to catch the massive mammals, starting in June and continuing for the entire summer season.