Tomales Bay Kayaking with The Outbound Collective
Experience the wonders of Tomales Bay to the northern shoreline of Point Reyes National Seashore on this casual 4-hour sea kayaking adventure on September 8, 2018. Aside from getting out on the peaceful cool water in the end of summer, this is also a great place to see animals at the wild edge of our metropolitan area. Look out for seals, Tule elk, bat rays, and leopard sharks—not to mention the variety of birdlife that has made this area one of California’s hotspots! This is a great opportunity to dip into the world of paddling (no experience necessary). We’ll meet in Marshall at 9am and enjoy lunch at a beach landing on the Point Reyes side before we return. Join us for drink at Nick’s Cove restaurant after we pull-out.
Guest Limit: 24 spaces have been reserved with Blue Waters Kayaking, click here to join the adventure
Cost: 4-hour kayaking adventure is $88
Meeting Point: Marshall at Nick’s Cove between 9am and noon
See you on the water!
About John Baston
In addition to his role as Custom Trip Specialist for Alaska and North America, John is a veteran trip leader and former park ranger in the Golden Gate National Recreation Area, Point Reyes NS, and four other national parks. John was also a finalist for the PURE travel awards Unsung Hero category.
About The Outbound Collective
The Outbound Collective was built to spread the excitement of outdoor adventure, whether just down the street or across the globe, by inspiring people to discover, explore, and share their favorite activities and local playgrounds. By making it easier to find relevant information and harnessing the power of our community, they hope to encourage more people to enjoy and appreciate the outdoors in a responsible way. Join the community at www.theoutbound.com.