We stayed at Kayakers cove for 3 days 2 nights and it was one of the most memorable stay of our time in Alaska. The owners and caretakers dont make you feel as if they are running a business, it has a very family atmosphere. Very basic and Rusty, no electricity, no proper bathrooms, but you feel soo much closer to nature. There is a very nice trail that goes up with an amazing view, as well as very affordable Kayaks that you can rent to see sea lions, running salmons etc. So much wild life. Except for the water taxi, that does add to the cost, the place itself is not expensive. Very highly recommended.