Getting Around Seldovia

The best way to get around Seldovia is By Foot!

Xtratuf walking about

Because our community is so centrally developed around the small boat harbor, and along our glorious waterfront on Seldovia Bay, this city is super walker-friendly!  If you come in on the Alaska Marine Highway Ferry system at the City Dock, or on one of the passenger ferries at the small boat harbor, or with one of our two regular flight services into the Seldovia Airport – you can easily walk to anywhere in town! 

Please see the Visitor Walking Map below to see just how “close” we are to everything, from the harbor, airport, gift stores, Post Office, School, parks, grocery store and restaurants!  So come on over – bring your “walkin’ shoes”!

To view the map below, click on the image, then click again to enlarge to full-size!

2012 Chamber-brochure-MAP-web


Halo Cab


Year round Cab service from 8am to midnight – 365 days a year!
After hour call outs are available for an additional fee.

Call for pick up or deliveries, serving all of Seldovia and out to Jakolof Bay Dock

Owner:  Bobby Gese

Seldovia Cab & Limousine Service


Passenger and luggage transport in Seldovia and on Jakolof Road
Airport passenger pickup and delivery

Owner: Phil Bickford
History: Operated the 1st cab service in Seldovia in the ’60s



ATV Rental @ Perry’s Cafe 


This is a great way to see the sights around our area that are not within walking distance. Also, this is fabulous to get around town if you have baggage or are just not inclined to walk.  Seldovia has about 15 miles of roads so an ATV is great for getting you to areas where you can park and explore off road areas on foot.  Give us a call, as we have hourly and daily rentals available.

Kayak ‘Atak – Kayaking 


Seldovia Bay and the coast lines of Kachemak Bay provide a beautiful setting for the kayaker (amateur to advanced).
Rent a sea kayak from Lynn or Kirby at Kayak ‘Atak. Training and guides are available and in the summer,
5-6 hour tours of the area are available, depending on the weather.
Training may be required – sea kayaking isn’t like taking the family canoe out for a
weekend excursion at the lake.  GREAT FUN !