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Our most recommended San Diego National Parks

  • La Jolla: 90-Minute Sea Cave Kayaking Tour with Guide

    1. La Jolla: 90-Minute Sea Cave Kayaking Tour with Guide

    Discover San Diego's Marine Protected Area, home to a variety of fish, birds, dolphins, turtles, sea-lions, and whales. With the help of an experienced guide, explore the famous Sea Caves of La Jolla and kayak inside Emerald Cave. Watch sea lions sunbathing on the rocks and swimming in the sanctuary. Marvel at the bright orange garibaldi as they stand out among the vibrant green sea grass and numerous other fish swimming around and delighting the eye. In the summer and fall months, tour groups will often see harmless leopard sharks, and you may also find grey whales in their migration during the winter. You might even see dolphins cruising alongside your kayak before you make your way back and prepare to surf your kayak back to shore.

    All the staff was so friendly and professional. The guides were very knowledgeable. We had a great time.

  • San Diego: Self-Guided Scooter Tour of Downtown & Balboa

    2. San Diego: Self-Guided Scooter Tour of Downtown & Balboa

    Pick up your scooter at the rental location and hit the road after a brief tutorial. Begin your tour by riding down the streets of Little Italy. If you feel like, stop into a restaurant and grab a quick slice of pizza. It’s your self-guided tour, and you set the pace. Feel the cool ocean breezes as you check out the schooners, steam tugs, and paddle wheel boats that make up the by the Maritime Museum. See the USS Midway, a massive decommissioned aircraft that’s docked in the San Diego Bay.  Cruise through the Seaport Village, a buzzing entertainment and shopping area that connects the harbor to the city’s downtown. Pick out where you’re going to party once it gets dark as you explore the Horton Plaza Historic Gaslamp Quarter, the epicenter of San Diego’s nightlife. Admire the architecturally magnificent Petco Park, the home of San Diego’s baseball team the Padre’s. Enjoy going down the ...

    Lots of fun!!! Take sunscreen and enjoy your time!!!! A great way to see San Diego!!

  • The Gaslamp Segway® Tour of San Diego

    3. The Gaslamp Segway® Tour of San Diego

    Get the perfect overview of San Diego’s landmarks and history on this 2-hour Segway tour. From downtown, through the Gaslamp Quarter to the Embarcadero and waterfront, we cover the main sights of the first city in California. The Gaslamp Segway® Tour is a great introduction to San Diego. The Gaslamp district is where we started our business, and gives this tour its name. Get to know the historic heart of San Diego and see what makes the Gaslamp District home to the city’s most exciting events and nightlife, but there’s more to the tour than this charming quarter. Take in the impressive San Diego The Convention Center and breathe in Pacific air at the Seaport Pier. Enjoy a beautiful San Diego skyline view, see the USS San Diego Memorial and USS Midway on the water, check out the urban tree exhibit and Inez Parker Rose Garden, and much more! Explore San Diego by Segway to experience th...

  • The La Jolla Tour

    4. The La Jolla Tour

    La Jolla is arguably the finest part of this city, it is to San Diego what Beverly Hills is to Los Angeles. Many of San Diego’s wealthy and fabulous come here to live, and although that in and of itself would mean little, the reasons behind it are the foundation of why this area of the city would draw anyone in. La Jolla Cove, speaks of yesteryear with all of the little-known beaches . See its mysterious cave and secret tunnel entrance, its gentle but rugged cliffs and abundant marine life, its posh shopping and dining district, the stunningly quaint and sequestered shores nestled and hidden in the sylvan tumbles of verdant cliffs. This three hour, fully escorted, semi-private driving tour will introduce you to marvelous physical beauty, and a sense of soaring human presence with the most subtle human footprint. This three hour sightseeing tour is available daily at 1:00 PM.

  • San Diego: Private Driving Tour of San Diego's Beaches

    5. San Diego: Private Driving Tour of San Diego's Beaches

    Discover the bright skies and gentle ocean breezes along San Diego's coast on this private tour. Stop at many different beaches and bays along the Pacific Ocean. Each beach has its own distinct Southern California beach culture, from skaters on boardwalks to secluded beaches and laid-back hang-outs where surfers rule the waves. Your private tour of the San Diego Coast visits the finest coastal stretches to discover the heart and soul of this coastal city. First stop will be the white sands of Coronado Island, home to the haunted Hotel Del Coronado, and boasting quintessential San Diego seaside allure. Next, Ocean Boulevard evokes the era of Marilyn Monroe, who famously filmed "Some Like It Hot" here in 1958. Next, on to Seaport Village, where a picturesque century-old harbor boasts numerous seafood bistros and waterfront cafes. Then, along the Point Loma Peninsula’s western shoreline, ...

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What people are saying about San Diego

Overall rating

5.0 / 5

based on 14 reviews

Did this while on vacation in San Diego. Was definitely a highlight. Got to see dolphins playing right by the kayaks, seals and leopard sharks (harmless). Guides were friendly and informative. Great experience, overall.

Had a great time getting out on the water. Was mine and my bf’s first time kayaking on the ocean, Trent and Tyler gave great directions and lots of facts about the area.

It was a great experience. Pack your patience with you because there are other tours trying to see the same spots you are going to see. I loved every part of it.

All the staff was so friendly and professional. The guides were very knowledgeable. We had a great time.

Tour guide max was really cool and helpful! Got to go in one of the caves, and kayaked about two miles.