Homer, Alaska is home to the finest log inn, Chocolate Drop Inn, with great views of Kachemak
Bay, the Kenai Mountain Range and four glaciers, as well as "Chocolate Drop Mountain". Built in 1993, Chocolate Drop Inn is an 8000-square-foot wooden inn with 5 guest rooms and a family suite with private bathrooms, entrances and queen-size beds, televisions and phones. In addition, guests can enjoy a recreation room, hot tub, sauna and luxury hot breakfasts including fresh seafood from the bay.
To roam around Homer, Alaska, Jeeps "R" Us Car Rentals are located in the Homer Airport building and specialize in SUVs.
While you are at Homer, you can enjoy some of the best Alaskan fishing for halibut, salmon and trout. For bird watcher, be sure to visit the week of May 10-13, 2007 for the Kaushik Shorbird Bay Festival. More than 100,000 coastal birds pass through this region that represents more than 25 species from as far afield as Asia, Hawaii and South America.
Homer has long been known for its abundant bird species, which migrate across the region and create a rush of excitement for bird photographers around the world. Hundreds of species of seabirds and migratory waterbirds travel through Homer annually, providing stunning scenes of flying, flash and color. Enjoy a day on the water with a glittering guided tour and a first-hand experience of why Kachemak Bay is a popular destination for birds.
We recommend carrying a daytime bag containing tan lotion, camera, microscope, light rain gear, snacks, water bottles, gloves, hat and first aid kit for bird's trip.
Enjoy your stay at Chocolate Drop Inn.