Join us for an adventure on the water!
Tomales Bay is a vortex of wildlife, marine life, aviary diversity, flora, geography, and techtonics. Formed by the San Andreas Fault, it's where the Pacific Plate meets the Continental Plate. Each side of the Bay offers a different world.
The southwestern shore is part of the Point Reyes peninsula, a National Seashore, home to one of the last remaining herds of Tule Elk.
We will be hosted by naturalist guides, offering insight into this ecosystem containing some of the cleanest water in the world. You couldn't ask for a healthier and pristine environment for growing oysters, the predominant aquaculture in the area. And we'll be enjoying them with our Sauvignon Blanc!
The trip includes lunch and wines, both Pinots and whites. All gear will be provided. You might want to wear water shoes and bring some layers. It will be exhileratiing, but perfectly suitable for those just modestly active.
There are only 12 spots.