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Monterey Bay Eco Tours, Moss Landing

#8 of 9 in Wildlife in Moss Landing
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  • Very fun and relaxing tour! We had a lot of fun and got to see a lot of wildlife with a good explanation of the species we were seeing. It didn’t feel like a tourist trap and felt the price was fair.....  more »
  • This was my Mother’s Day gift to myself & my mom. I’ve kayaked this slough, about 10 years ago & decided that I didn’t want to have hook my mom up to my kayak to get her back out when the wind picked....  more »
  • We enjoyed the calm boat ride with our two kids. The boat was clean and not over crowded. It was amazing to see so many otters, seals, and a large range of birds. Watching the sea otters and pups eat all around throughout the ride was exciting. There were so many fascinating opportunities to see all the wild life during the majority of the ride. The staff where knowledgeable and very friendly. I would highly recommend it.
  • I have been on boat tours at the Elkhorn Slough in Moss Landing over a dozen times. In December 2020, I saw this new boat the El Cat from the shore and decided to give it a try some day. That opportunity came on a Sunday afternoon in mid June, 2021, as my wife and I arrived Moss Landing without any particular plan. However, somehow it was very foggy so that I understood that wildlife viewing could be a bit limited. This new boat is very nice with four rows of seats up front where you can easily sit 3 on each side, and there are additional seats by the wheel. It is powered by electric motors so that it is quite and smooth, without gasoline fumes. The staff is friendly and knowledgeable. From a wildlife viewing and photography point of view, the main limitation of their trips is that they are all scheduled at 10, 11am or 2, 3pm, which is probably family friendly. However, the best time to view and photograph wildlife should be early in the morning or late in the afternoon.
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