Central Coast Outdoors

 

Kayak and Bike Morro Bay, San Luis Obispo, Paso Robles, and California's Central Coast

The Central Coast of California has some of the wildest coastline and largest unspoiled open spaces in the state. It is home to the crashing surf and dramatic coast of northern San Luis Obispo County, the California Coast Bike Route along the Pacific Coast Highway, the wine country areas of Paso Robles and San Luis Obispo and a world class National Estuary in Morro Bay. We specialize in incredible California Central Coast outdoors tours and trips for individual travelers, small group tours or large group tours kayaking or biking in our natural playground. Our trips and tours are top rated and our guide staff second to none! Take advantage of the owners' decades of experience in the adventure travel world and learn more about how we can help you explore this natural wonderland by bike and/or kayak...

 

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We will be closed and not offering any tours from January 3-12, 2022. Thanks!

Recent Trip Highlights View List of All Highlights
KAYAKING: Half Day Classic 11/27/2021

Big news again today - dolphins! Check out our Instagram and Facebook pages for videos. The dolphins came up all around the kayaks on their way into the back bay. Very exciting!


KAYAKING: Custom 11/23/2021

Crazy sighting today! Short-eared owl flying over the pickle weed in the back channels! That was a first for us! A peregrine falcon was nearby hanging out on a pole. Hundreds and hundreds of shorebirds also. Had a great sea otter sighting, munching on crabs. Beautiful morning!


KAYAKING: Half Day Classic 11/22/2021

Absolutely stellar morning! Not only gorgeous, but the wildlife sightings were over the top. We watched two sea otters mating for about 10 minutes, watched over by two peregrine falcons that were sitting up on a mast above, along with an osprey eating a fish on another mast. Tons of harbor seals in the back channels and with the high tide all the peeps were congregated on the small areas above water waiting for the tide to subside a bit. Amazing!