The Kenai Peninsula is full of amazing activities & sightseeing opportunities. Not only is it a great place to book an Alaska fishing trip it is also a vacationer paradise offering world-class Alaska sport fishing, wildlife viewing, and an inspiring variety of artistic and cultural destinations. The Kenai/Soldotna area has over 16,000 permanent residents. The region is rich with wildlife, including bald eagles, bears, moose, caribou, loons, trumpeter swans, porcupines, and even seals that follow the salmon upstream. At the mouth of the Kenai River at Beluga Point, you can observe beluga whales feeding on the hooligan that seasonally enter the river.