"Tour OptionsRussian River Kayak TourAfter a short instruction and safety talk at Memorial Beach your guide will launch you into the Russian River and share information about the local history of the Healdsburg area. As you paddle spot local wildlife such as snowy egrets and blue herons and enjoy the picturesque scenery and surrounding flora. The tour covers approximately 9 miles (14 km) and along the way stop at a small riverside beach for a picnic lunch and a quick dip in the water. The kayak tour concludes at Wholer Bridge one of the oldest bridges in the Russian River Valley
"Over this hour long informative guided tour of Fort Ross you will learn about the Native Americans who lived on this land for centuries the Russians and Alaska Natives who built the settlement and about the American Ranch Era which followed the departure of the Russians. You'll also have the chance to see and learn more about the marine mammals off our coast.""""Take a small group walking tour of Fort Ross State Historic Park a Russian-era fort compound that has National Historic Landmark status. Discover why this magical place was such an important Russian Settlement."
Russian River Valley or Dry Creek Valley Wine Tour by Segway
"Meet your guide in Healdsburg for a 20-minute Segway training. A Segway tour combines the quick pace of a coach tour with the relaxing atmosphere and fresh air of a walking tour allowing you to experience Sonoma wine country at its best. Once you feel comfortable on your Segway follow your guide through one of the most scenic locations in the country pausing to snap photos along the way.Choose to explore Dry Creek Valley or Russian River Valley two epically beautiful wine regions in Sonoma County.Dry Creek ValleyDrive your Segway through various microclimates and into the historic Dry Creek Valley a region famed for its zinfandel cabernet sauvignon and sauvignon blanc.With your guide
There are lots of ducks living on the river. Many are quite tame. We were tossing them sunflower seeds all through the jazz festival. Quite a few were happy to take them directly from your hand. Very...