Baja California

Leading Baja Adventures
For Over 35 Years

Come Sea Kayaking, Stand Up Paddling and Whale
Watching, in Baja, Mexico

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We are SAN FRANCISCO & Marin’s favorite kayak and SUP center for Over 35 years

Trip Advisor
Hours of Operation

Open 7 days a week

November-March 9am - 4pm

April 2 - October 31
Mon-Fri 9am-5pm
Weekends 8:30-5pm

(415) 332 – 8494

  • Sea Trek Kayak & Stand Up Paddling Center

    Sea Trek Kayak & Stand Up Paddling Center

    126 reviews
    Huge Fan of Sea Trek! So much so that I became a Member. My Fiance, Puppy and I get out on the paddle boards and kayaks regularly, and really have enjoyed...
  • San Francisco, CA

    San Francisco, CA

    I rented out a few kayaks for a team offsite and they were very helpful on call, arranging the event....
  • Marin County, CA

    Marin County, CA

    Great outdoor activity on a nice sunny day in Sausalito, world-class views.  They used be located at Schoonmaker Point Marina,...
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The friendly staff will suggest the best way to kayak, depending on the weather. In one direction you can paddle by the adorable houseboats, the opposite direction takes you down past the restaurants and hotels of Sausalito. Pretty views of San Francisco, with sea lions and lots of birds to enjoy.

We went for the Scenic Sausalito tour, reserving online the day before. We appreciated signing the waiver online before arrival, which saved time on check in. They had clean and dry equipment (wetsuits etc) for the 10 am start, and entry was smooth into the kayak, with clear instruction and paddling guidance. Would recommend to others. If planning to kayak, wear layers you would be comfortable having under wetsuits to keep warm!

Kayaking Richardson’s Bay to see harbor seals up close was our objective. Mission accomplished. Leo and the team at Sea Trek were informative and very customer-service focused in a laid-back manner. Their equipment and dock are excellent and we had a great trip. Harbor seals are ~10 minutes away in relatively calm waters – there was low boat traffic and…