19582
Cambria
Explore, Paddle & Discover the Central Coast With Your Grandchild
Kayak alongside seals and otters, snack on snails and seaweed and climb secluded sand dunes as you explore the Central Coast with your grandchild.
Rating (5)
Program No. 19582RJ
Length
5 days
Starts at
849
Getting There
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At a Glance

Examine tide pools, explore a coastal forest and kayak among otters as you enjoy the pleasures of childhood with your grandchild on a fun-filled adventure on California's Central Coast. With a naturalist leading the way, share hands-on educational opportunities like touching sea stars, limpets, chitons and hermit crabs in their natural habitats, hunting for animal signs in the forest and playing games among the trees.
Activity Level
Active
Hiking, walking up to two miles over mixed trails and paths, some rocky terrain. Kayak in stable ocean kayaks for up to two hours with frequent stops on calm, protected bay; no open ocean. Basic instruction provided. No experience necessary.
Small Group
Love to learn and explore in a small-group setting? These adventures offer small, personal experiences with groups of 10 to 24 participants.

Best of all, you'll ...

  • Watch from a kayak as harbor seals, otters and birds feed in the rich estuary waters of Morro Bay.
  • Search for the molted fur of an elephant seal along a secluded beach as you watch these incredible animals wrestle in the waves.
  • Meet rehabilitated birds of prey and learn how falconry is used today from a local naturalist.

General Notes

For a comparable family adventure for all generations, check out program #20971!
Featured Expert
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Bruce Brown
Bruce Brown is a native Californian and received a Bachelor of Science degree in natural resource management from Cal Poly State University and has a master’s degree in marriage and family therapy. He taught outdoor education for nine years both locally and in the Sierra Nevada Mountains of northern California, and opened a children’s summer camp in his local area with the current camp director. At present, he is a licensed marriage and family counselor in Arroyo Grande and owns a small commercial orchid nursery. Bruce has traveled extensively and eight years ago, he and his wife took an around-the-world tour. Bruce is a mountain climber, having climbed Kilimanjaro in Africa and to the base camp of Mt. Everest. He is also an avid fisherman, enjoying both fresh and salt water fishing.
Chris Cameron
Bruce Brown