California Hwy 1: A delicious adventure Tomales Bay kayaking & oysters by Wanda Hennig SF Culinary Travel Examiner Why Am I Living in the City? The question came the first time when I glanced upward from beneath the visor of my sun-screening cap and caught sight of two white pelicans flapping slowly and in… Continue reading Check Us Out in examiner.com!
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Tomales Bay oysters have made a name for themselves in oyster bars and fine dining establishments WORLDWIDE. Take an opportunity to explore Tomales Bay on a guided kayaking tour, enjoy the scenic beauty and wildlife, relax for a break on a remote beach and see the areas where oysters are actually grown in the wild. After the tour we will gather at our private dock in Marshall and enjoy a feast of locally grown Tomales Bay oysters, barbecued and raw, served with our own special sauces.
Drake’s Estero is one of the most stunning places to paddle on the California coast. Departing from the former Drake’s Bay Oyster Co., we’ll glide by mudflats and through the eelgrass of this wilderness estuary. You might see harbor seals, bat rays, leopard sharks, and many bird species such as osprey, geese, white pelicans, loons, grebes, shorebirds and a variety of hawks. This tour is 4 or 6 hours.