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Ninilchik Packraft Company Locally Owned and Operated Ninilchik Alaska Packrafting Tours


Your Alaskan Adventure Begins Here...

Packraft Tours

Make Your Alaskan Vacation Unforgettable!

If you enjoy having unique and exciting experiences outdoors, our Deep Creek Packraft Tour is the perfect choice for you. Whether traveling alone or with family, this trip is sure to make the highlight reel of your weekend getaway or once-in-a-lifetime Alaskan Vacation! Tours accommodate up to two guest to provide an exclusive, privately guided experience.  Trip starts and end in the historic Ninilchik Village and begins and ends with ~1 mile hike that can include a boreal forest and Cook Inlet ecology tour at your request.

Ninilchik River Packraft Tour
(1/2 Day ~ 4hrs) 

If you are looking for a more laid back packrafting experience, but still want to experience "Real Alaska" our Ninilchik River packraft trip is for you. This private (2 guest per trip) ~5 mile float lets you take in the wildlife and scenery at a more conservative pace. Paddle through deep pools and see giant King (chinook) salmon on their spawning beds and catch glimpses of moose foraging in the river bottom. Bald Eagles are also a regular visitor to this river. Bring your camera and photograph one up close! Your Ninilchik River packraft trip concludes with a ~1/2 mile hike along the shores of the Cook Inlet (trip can be customized to exclude the hiking portion at your request. Please let us know your preference!) This short hike can include a Cook Inlet ecology tour at your request. 

Anchor River Packraft Tour
(Full Day ~ 7 hrs) 

The Anchor River drains the lower reaches of mainland Kenai Peninsula. In 1778, Captain James Cook (Cook Inlet is named after him) lost an anchor near here and subsequently named the region "Anchor Point"! Our Anchor River packraft tours follow the course of the south fork of the Anchor River. This trip starts and ends in Anchor Point. Today, the Anchor River boasts the largest King Salmon (Chinook)  runs on the Lower Kenai Peninsula. Moose, bears, eagles and river otters also call this river area home. Be sure to pack a lunch for this all day trip with ~14 river miles to packraft!

Ninilchik Packraft Company Bald Eagle viewing
Packrafting Ninilchik River
Baby Moose Swiming on Ninilchik Packraft Company Tour
Ninilchik Pakraft Company Tour hiking Near Cook Inlet and Deep Creek in Ninilchik Alaska


When we opened our doors in 2023, our main goal has been to help adventure minded travelers experience the inland wonders the Lower Kenai Peninsula has to offer! The experienced guides at Ninilchik 

Packraft Company LLC are here to help you access the wild-lands and wildlife of Alaska in a safety conscious and professional environment. Book your private packraft trip today and begin dreaming about your very own Alaska adventure in the Land of the Midnight Sun! Contact us if you are ready to make lifelong memories in the Last Frontier!  

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