Over 400 species of birds have been recorded here in the Point Reyes area, making it one of the bird watching havens in the country. Fall and winter are great times to bird watch from a kayak in Tomales Bay. Join BWK and local renowned naturalist David Wimpfheimer on this fun and educational tour.
Beach Yoga by Kayak Private Tours Available Call for pricing Celebrate the beauty of the bay & treat yourself with our newest offering – Kayaking + Beach Yoga. Join us for a unique opportunity to blend the adventure of sea kayaking with the restorative nature of Yoga, out in the fresh air of Tomales Bay! … Continue reading Yoga & Water
$350/ person includes bioluminescence tour from camp Please Call 415.669.2600 to Set Up a Private Camping Adventure Your day will start at Miller Boat Launch, where we will load all of your camping gear in to our closed deck double kayaks. (You should have no problem fitting all of your essentials if you pack “backpack style”)… Continue reading Bioluminescence Camping Tour
$175 per person or Call 415.669.2600 Private Tours can be set up any day of the week by calling 415.669.2600 Join Blue Waters Kayaking at our lakeside campsite that is easily reached from our Yorty Creek location, equipped with tables, camp chairs, camp stove, grill, firewood for one fire, fresh water, and also staffed by one… Continue reading Lake Sonoma Full Moon Camp
Amazing opportunities for pleasant strolls and challenging hikes are everywhere if you know where to look….and luckily we do! Blue Waters offers many different options that are all between 3-9 miles, and take you to locations that range from ridgelines with sweeping views to beautiful beaches under the bluffs.
Join one of our tours today, and let one of our friendly knowledgable guides show you the wonders of our area.
We welcome experienced and first time kayakers alike on this unique paddle. In celebration of the Giacomini Wetland Restoration Project, Blue Waters offers a one way tour through the beautiful wetlands at the south end of Tomales Bay. Your day will include a delectable wrap bar and a short hike with dramatic views.
This open space’s character is changing daily. Non-native grasses wither away under the onslaught of saltwater, while pickleweed and marsh plants take over. Ducks (sometimes thousands) dot newly created tidal ponds. Bald eagles and marsh hawks soar over egrets and herons wading in slow motion.