Paddling Tours


Paddling Tours

On weekends we periodically tour the Bay Area’s waterways on kayaks and paddleboards. Sometimes we add a hike or time to lounge on secluded beaches. Other times we’ll fish for our lunch. Each trip is a day long adventure that ensures you’ll be moving most of the day.

Common Destinations

Tomales Bay

Paddle into the bay and explore the beaches, oyster beds, and shoreline. Drop a crab pot while you’re out and try your luck at catching a Dungeness dinner. Sometimes we camp overnight and paddle in the dark to view the bioluminescent glow emanating from disturbances in the water.


Angel Island

Paddle to Angel Island and hike to the summit or tour the island. Be sure to save enough energy to paddle back! This tour requires a moderate to high level of fitness.



Elkhorn Slough

You are guaranteed to paddle among wildlife, like sea otters, seals and sea birds. Sitting just above the water is a great place to participate in photography and birding. The out and back tour can be as long as 12 miles or as short as you like, we typically cover about five miles. And there are great seafood restaurants to get lunch afterwards.

Monterey Bay

Kayaking on Monterey Bay is guaranteed fun. Teaming with wildlife, the calm water bay is a great place to experience kayaking, even if for the first time. We launch from different points around the peninsula depending on the interests and skill level of our group.



We have equipment for those who do not have their own. Basic gear requirements include the following:

  • Life Jacket (pfd)
  • Water Bottle
  • Hat
  • Dry Sack (5-10 liter)
  • Kayak with seats and paddles


Browse our Schedule or Contact us to join our next outing.