There is something you can get from the last frontier American state of Alaska that you cannot find in any other place, and that is Sadie Cove Wilderness Lodge. With just a 10 miles journey from Homer, you are right there – around a remote beach in the heart of Alaska’s Kachemak Bay Park. Words are not enough to describe the amazing wilderness lifestyle visitors enjoy whenever they make their way into Sadie Cove Wilderness Lodge.
The owners, Randi and Keith Iverson want visitors to feel what it is like when surrounded by wilderness, rather that multitude of tourists, so they allow a relatively few numbers of visitors per time. It is no surprise there are just five private guest cabins and the entire wilderness powered by wind and hydro power. Mobility within is strictly by boat, float plane or helicopter, so you can catch all the fun.
Lodge guests always have great memories after a trip to Sadie Cove. Fun activities such as beach combing, fishing for salmon, clam-digging, hiking trails and kayaking keeps you wanting to go back no sooner you return home. Some visitors come in with their binoculars to catch unforgettable views of whales, seals, orcas, sea lions, sea otters, mountain goats, bald eagles, bears, moose and other wild-lives making their home right in park.
About Wild Ark
Wild Ark is dynamic groups created for the singular purpose of protecting our planet, particular the wild lives that are often prone to the danger of extinction, so that future generations will not miss out from the benefits these wild creatures offer.
Passionate conservationists including the founders, Mark and Sophie Hutchinson, came up with this brilliant organization and they are working round the clock educating people on the need to save wild lives and give them the chance to live.
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