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Private Santa Ynez Valley Wine Tour in a Tesla
Wine Tasting & Winery Tours

Private Santa Ynez Valley Wine Tour in a Tesla

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Enjoy an unforgettable day in Santa Barbara Wine Country as we visit some of the regions premiere wineries. I'll pick you up in my Tesla and provide a private tour tasting experience at the following wineries:<br><br>• Brick Barn Estate <br>• Alma Rosa Winery<br>• Folded Hills Winery<br><br>You’ll enjoy a gourmet picnic lunch overlooking the vineyards of the Santa Rita Hills. Vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free options available.
$161.54 per adult
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UCLAJeff wrote a review Oct 5
Ventura, California198 contributions100 helpful votes
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If you are looking for a really fun and unique family experience, check out Ostrichland. Located in Buellton, California, just outside of Solvang is a small ranch full of ostrich and emus. What truly makes this destination unique is the hands on approached the feeding theses massive animals. Check in at hte front and pay for your admission but before you finalize your transaction, make sure you add on feeding bowls for the ostrichs or emus. That are very cheap, I think it was $3 a bowl. The bowls are attached to a dust pan so that you are not feeding the animals by hand. I bought six bowls for family of four. My boys absolutely loved it. The were all smiles and laughs while the massive birds peck at the food bowls with their long necks. Although scared at first, my boys quickly warmed up to feeding the ostrichs and emus and after blowing throw six bowls of food they wanted me to buy more so that they could keep feeding the ostrichs and emus. It was very cool and a lot of fun.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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sweets wrote a review Oct 1
Dallas, Texas230 contributions18 helpful votes
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It was interesting, fun to feed the birds (remember to hold the pan with both hands, they peck hard! Will try to steal it from you 😵). I tried to share with the other birds and not just the first swarm, so I’d pull it away and go to a different part of the fence to let the others have a chance. It’s like feeding the giant koi fish, they all try to rush in. Not sure if it would be the best place to bring small kids, unless you made sure to keep them a distance from the fence though. I wanted to get an egg (whole or just the shell, figure out how to open it later, haha) but they don’t lay like chickens, they do in the spring time, so if you’re hoping to get yourself an egg, go then. There are also Emu and one lookout rabbit in the back when we went.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Angela Larcomb wrote a review Sep 2020
Los Angeles, California1 contribution1 helpful vote
This was so very fun for me as well as my 8 & 6 year old grandkids!!! We were there at least 45 minutes- the birds are huge!! And their running around is so fun to watch
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Date of experience: September 2020
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dolittledigger wrote a review Sep 2020
michigan844 contributions143 helpful votes
Make the stop, no need to spend a lot of time here. $5 for a bowl to feed them, small entrance fee,$3? Don’t forget the emu’s. They also have a sign they can bite.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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itskimness wrote a review Sep 2020
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Fun place to stop and feed the ostriches and emus. Didn't spend too much time here. 20-25 minutes but it was enjoyable to see my daughter feed the birds
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Date of experience: August 2020
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