Kayaking is one of the best adventurous water sports enjoyed all over the globe, and when you are planning a trip to California you have to visit these kayaking spots. It's a great experience for tourists, and you will enjoy the paddling sport. Here are the top kayaking spots in California.
Emerald Bay in Lake Tahoe is one of the best places for kayaking. There are numerous tours offering services for those who want to paddle in Emerald Bay's calm pristine waters and enjoy the peace that nature in this part of the lake offers.
La Jolla, California
The coastal areas of La Jolla are one of the best places to kayak, due to the natural reef system and the gently sloping ocean floor of the area. The seven caves are one point of interest and can be reached within a few minutes of paddling. You can also paddle into sandstone caves, Claim's Cave, and Arch Cave and see wildlife from sea birds to seals and otters while paddling.
Those looking for an adrenaline high will want to kayak in Brush Creek, which has some of the most turbulent waters around, with falls that offer 4- to 5-feet drops.
Half Moon Bay
Half Moon Bay is one of the best kayak spots for young and energetic couples to have a romantic time while paddling through calm, pristine waters in the moonlight. Some paddlers may be lucky enough to see migrating whales and other wildlife while paddling through this beautiful bay.
Santa Catalina Island
For several day trips and camping, this is one of the best places to be. California tours offer guided multiple-day trips for passionate campers and kayakers who also love to fish and surf.
Bodega Harbor and Bay
For those who want to do a little bit of discovery, Bodega Harbor and Bay is the perfect spot. Paddlers will get to see sea birds and other forms of wildlife.
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