Tomales Bay Kayak Tour

9:00am1:00pm America/Los_Angeles
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$159 for REI Members

$189 for non-members

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Overview

  • Fitness level 3 Moderate
  • Group size 10 people
  • Instructor REI Experiences Guide

Tomales Bay, at 12 miles long, is the largest protected bay in Point Reyes National Seashore. It's home to harbor seals, bat rays, leopard sharks, and the majestic tule elk. The best way to witness these amazing animals? From the quiet calm of a kayak gliding along the bay. This 4 mile paddle is perfect for those with a little bit of prior paddling experience-- we'll bring all the necessary gear and a refresher on kayaking basics before getting started. Come see some of Earth's finest creatures with cheery and adventurous new friends. It's going to be so much fun!

  • Enjoy a great day on the water
  • Gain a unique vantage point on the topography and ecology of the region
  • Catch a glimpse of harbor seals, bat rays, leopard sharks, osprey, egrets, pelicans, and tule elk

What to bring with you

Notes

Please arrive at least 15 minutes before the tour for check-in and plan accordingly for travel time to this remote location. The tour starts promptly at 9am. Late arrivals cannot be accommodated as this disrupts the experience for all other participants on the tour.

Map image of Tomales Bay State Park: Heart's Desire Beach

More directions and information

NOTE: $8.00 entry fee, exact cash or check only, pay at the kiosk. There is a restroom adjacent to the parking lot.