$39 for a Four-Hour Wildlife Kayak Tour with a Snack from Point Reyes Outdoors ($85 Value)

Point Reyes Station

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Tour explores the white-sandstone cliffs of Tomales Bay and the waterways inhabited by seals, tule elk, and various waterfowl

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$39 for a Four-Hour Kayak Tour ($85 Value)

The Morning at White Gulch kayak tour launches from Nick's Cove and leads paddlers across Tomales Bay and into White Gulch, a serene cove that derives its name from the white-sandstone cliffs that surround the water. As they paddle, tour-goers may catch glimpses of bat rays and leopard sharks passing beneath the surf as well as tule elk, waterfowl, and harbor seals patrolling the shores. Before making the journey back across the bay, kayakers will set up a picnic at the beach and enjoy a light snack of fresh bread, organic fruit, and local cheeses.

Point Reyes Outdoors

Point Reyes Outdoors leads hiking, biking, and kayaking expeditions through the unsown hills of the Point Reyes National Seashore and the tranquil waters of the California coast. During kayak tours, explorers jaunt through the tidal waterways of Drakes Estero and sunset forays into Tomales Bay. Guided nature hikes explore the local bounty of flora and fauna such as marine mammals, wildflowers, or migratory lawn gnomes.

Nature specialists, such as biologists, nurses, and certified kayak instructors, lead all tours and provide insight into the landscape and its inhabitants. Point Reyes Outdoors also rents out mountain bikes, which guests can use to pedal through a circuit of nearby trails that climb Fir Top mountain or stretch out to Wildcat Beach.


Reviews

We saw a leopard shark, white and brown pelicans, a kingfisher, Tule elk, seals, sea stars, anenomoes and of course oysters

Dave G., Yelp, 8/22/10

Tips

  • “Great guides, wonderful day.”

  • “Friendly guides and great info and snack provided.”

  • “Brett, our guide, was great. Good time.”

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    Point Reyes Station

    11401 SR 1

    Point Reyes Station, California 94956

    415-663-8192

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