Friday, November 25, 2011
Two of Thekenaipeninsula.com Lodging Partners Have Added Christmas Specials to Their Vacation Packages
Although diverse, The Kenai Peninsula is known for it's world class fishing, first and foremost. However, it is truly a vacation destination for fishermen and non-fishermen alike. Russell Fishing Company and Alaska Hooksetters Lodge realize this trend and are trying to make Kenai vacations more affordable, Kenai, AK, November 25, 2011 --(PR.com)-- The Kenai Peninsula is on many "to visit" lists. Travelers interested in seeing the vast expanse and wilderness of the 49th state travel to the Kenai for it's lakes, rivers, mountains, glaciers, wildlife, birds, and activities like fishing, hunting, hiking, biking, rafting,canoeing, fly-in adventures and sightseeing. Cities and towns like Homer, Seward, Kenai, Soldotna, Ninilchik, Homer, Anchor Point and Deep Creek are popular destinations for many Alaska travelers. Cook Inlet, Resurrection Bay, Prince William Sound and Kachemak Bay provide saltwater excitement for all ages. The famous Kenai River, the Kasilof, the Russian River, the Anchor River, and the Swanson River provide once in a lifetime fishing memories. Thekenaipeninsula.com says "The Peninsula scenery is spectacular and the weather and lack of insects makes summer visits increasingly popular." Visit websites for the Kenai peninsula and Russell Fishing Company for more information, photos and videos.