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What an awesome day. It started with a boat ride from Homer. We then geared up our kayaks and enjoyed every minute. The ultimate tour had a hike to a glacier lake and my three teenage boys jumped in the freezing water and our guide...More
We had a motor boat ride over to a nearby island off the coast of Homer, we got in our kayaks after a thorough orientation and we were ready for adventure! An easy paddle brought us over to Elephant Rock! The water was calm and...More
On 9/1/18, my wife and I went on a sea kayaking trip with True North. Kelsey was our guide and was amazing! We took a sea taxi from Homer to near halibut cove and did sea kayaking for about 5 miles. After lunch, we were...More
We had an amazing Trip with our two guides around the Yukon Island. We saw sea otters, eagles and some other animals kayaking through the gorgeous scenery. I highly recommend to go out with those guys, they would inform you about the region and answer...More
Spent a long weekend across the bay at a yurt, so our supplies were plentiful and the staff at True North happily just lent a hand loading the boat. Also our group had two pups in tow which was also no problem for True North...More
Rather than take an expensive tour from our cruise ship, we opted to seek out a local business to support the local community. We were taken in a comfortable small boat with about half a dozen other people on the 15 minute journey to the...More
Those two layers should be fine. If you are the type of person that is chilled easily, you might feel a little cool early in the morning, but if it's a sunny day and gets into high 50s or low 60s for temps you should be... More
Those two layers should be fine. If you are the type of person that is chilled easily, you might feel a little cool early in the morning, but if it's a sunny day and gets into high 50s or low 60s for temps you should be good. It's always good to carry along an extra set of underwear, pants and shirt in a dry bag in case you get a little wet from rain or from getting in and out of the kayak. Have fun! True North is a great outfitter.