Kayaking in El Sobrante


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  • Whitewater Voyages
    Take some time off to unwind on the water. Your ship awaits a Whitewater Voyages in El Sobrante. When you're out and about in the area, you'll love that this center has a restaurant to take care of any last minute hunger. Got kids? No problem at Whitewater Voyages! This center is a fantastic spot for families to hang together. Parking is plentiful, so guests can feel free to bring their vehicles.
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    5225 San Pablo Dam Rd
    El Sobrante, CA US
  • 101 Surf Sports
    From its perch on the bank of San Rafael Creek, 101 Surf Sports sends clients skimming across the waters of San Rafael Bay atop surfboards and kayaks. The shop specializes in a several different variations on these watersports, including stand up paddleboarding, which lets folks more or less walk on water; windsurfing, which employs a sail; and kitesurfing, which gives clients a grappling hook to attach themselves to nearby skydivers. Thrill seekers can get in on the action by renting or buying equipment from the shop, and preserve the safety of themselves and others with lessons on proper technique.
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    115 3rd Street
    San Rafael, CA US
  • All-Outdoors California Whitewater Rafting
    By the Numbers: All-Outdoors California Whitewater Rafting 1962—the year George Armstrong began taking guests on rafting trips down California rivers 3—the number of generations All-Outdoors California Whitewater Rafting has been owned and operated by Armstrong family 25: different single and multi-day trips available 10: different rivers, including the American, Tuolumne, and Stanislaus rivers 5: difficulty levels available for guests of all experience levels 8: passengers maximum in each raft
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    1250 Pine St
    Walnut Creek, CA US
  • San Francisco Kayak & Adventures
    Seated in your kayak, you're surrounded by cerulean waters that stretch out into the horizon. To your left, the San Francisco skyline looms in the shimmering afternoon sun. You drift by a raucous Giants game, a village of houseboats, and the Golden Gate Bridge. Led through undulating waters by American Canoe Association– and Wilderness First Aid–certified guides, San Francisco Kayak & Adventures' nautical tour groups traverse the San Francisco Bay or Sausalito waterfront during the day, at sunset, and under the light of the full moon. The guides lead their groups through calm costal waters in sturdy, closed-deck tandem kayaks, which keep legs dry and don't require typical Flintstone-style paddling. The guides regale their group with area history while pointing out local marine life. They only shepherd about eight paddlers to keep tours intimate and personal and customize paddling instruction to the ability levels of the group. Guides also help visitors explore the natural world on land during hiking excursions between redwood trees in Muir Woods, along a coastal trail in the Tennessee Valley, and past ghost-town buildings at China Camp Village. To expand visitors' wilderness exposure, they also lead adventures such as sailing, rock-climbing, cycling in the city, horseback riding on the beach, and sleeping in phone booths.
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    300 Turney Street
    Sausalito, CA US
  • Sea Trek Ocean Kayaking Center
    Hitting some rough seas in your life? Take some time to unwind on one of the many lovely boats at Sea Trek Ocean Kayaking Center in Sausalito. No matter what you're hungry for, the menu at this center promises the perfect dish for you. Youngsters are more than welcome to join mom and dad at this center. Parking is plentiful, so visitors can feel free to bring their vehicles.
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    85 Liberty Ship Way
    Sausalito, CA US
  • Urban Adventures San Francisco
    The best way to see a city is to travel with a local. This is the idea behind Urban Adventures, a touring company with outposts in cities around the world, including Melbourne, Beijing, and Quito. At each location, a local tour guide introduces visitors to the cities they love on day tours that may take them kayaking in Copenhagen, biking through Amsterdam, or sipping beer in Boston. As they learn about the burg's history and hidden gems, smart visitors also incorporate Urban Adventures' Responsible Travel Code of Conduct into their travels, including learning a little of the local language and customs. Urban Adventures also recommends using public transportation, buying artisan souvenirs instead of imported items, and having a conversation with the pigeons in the park.
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    Golden Gate Bridge Cafe
    San Francisco, CA US

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