The Half Moon Bay Coastside Ecotourism Program encourages “responsible travel to natural areas and directly related cultural resources that conserves the environment, provides extensive opportunities to learn and sustains the well being of local people.”
When you visit the Half Moon Bay California coast you can visit some of the richest marine reserves and wetlands on the California coast to small working farms where you can dine on farm-fresh organic produce, shop on historic Main Street or fish for wild albacore tuna!
We have created a list of tour suggestions to get you started and tips for traveling green, but we encourage you to feel free to peruse the list of Ecotourism participants below and tailor an experience that fulfills your desires and interests. Note that many participants do require advance reservations.
- All Ecotourism Program Participants
- Ano Nuevo State Reserve
- Bird Refuges
- Conference Facilities
- Farmers’ Markets & Stands
- Goat Dairy
- Guided Tours
- Historical Sites and Information
- Kayaking Classes & Trips
- Lighthouses & Hostels
- Lodging Facilities
- Pumpkin Patches
- Skin Care Products
- Tide Pools
- Travel Tours
- Whale Watching
Click here for a free fishing report for Half Moon Bay, California.
The Half Moon Bay Coastside prides itself on being one of the first cities in the United States to have an official Ecotourism Program. The well rounded program certifies its members through a site registration certification process and all ecotourism participants have agreed to follow important environmental standards.