Tutka Bay Lodge

Alaska, USA

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A Quiet Cove… Alive with Nature

Tutka Bay Lodge sits at the entrance to a splendidly rugged seven-mile fjord at the southern end of Kachemak Bay, near Homer, Alaska. The Tutka Bay area offers rugged coastlines, deep fjords, dramatic mountains, quiet beaches, old growth Sitka spruce forests, and amazing tidal fluctuations. Situated on an eleven-acre property, Tutka Bay Lodge offers a main lodge, six private guest accommodations, a sauna, hot tub and boat house – all connected by a boardwalk. The large deck offers seating as well as an area for helicopter landing.

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1. fair pay & decent working conditions

2. jobs, education & equal opportunitie

3. human right

4. community, heritage & culture

5. wildlife, biodiversity & natural habitat

6. natural resources: water & energy

7. climate

8. waste

9. investment

10. resilience

11. ethics

12. local sourcing

+host positive actions

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1. fair pay & decent working conditions;

2. jobs, education & equal opportunitie;

3. human right;

4. community, heritage & culture.

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5. wildlife, biodiversity & natural habitat;

6. natural resources: water & energy;

7. climate;

8. waste.

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9. investment;

10. resilience;

11. ethics;

12. local sourcing.

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ACTIVITIES

Deep-sea fishing for salmon and halibut, freshwater fishing, bear viewing on Katmai Peninsula, ocean kayaking and hiking, yoga, afternoon wine tastings and cooking classes, marine-based activities, visit the nearby villages of Seldovia and Homer for art galleries and cultural exploration.

- our vision is to focus on unique adventure tourism and wilderness travel -

For the past thirty years, we have been continually discovering why we love living a life close to nature in Alaska. New rivers to float, new birds to discover, hidden waterfalls, quiet moments on the ocean in early morning. It’s hard to describe the unique natural world of Alaska in words and that’s why we want to show it to you.

Carl and Kirsten Dixon

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