Choose from any of the fun filled San Diego activities available. No matter what kind of thrill you are seeking there are San Diego activities for every type of vacationer.
Kayak along San Diego’s downtown skyline and witness the award winning Coronado Bridge as you paddle beneath its graceful curve and explore the sights and skyscrapers along San Diego Bay. This leisurely San Diego kayak tour showcases the city’s renowned architecture, little know city history and maritime culture. Embark on your urban retreat by launching off of the calm waters of the Coronado Ferry Landing to explore America’s Finest City and the Crown City by kayak. Witness unique sightseeing opportunities including Petco Park, the Embarcadero, the USS Midway, Naval Station North Island, the Silver Strand, the Convention Center, the Coronado Bridge and Glorietta Bay all from the deck of your super stable sit-on-top kayak.Choose between single, double and triple kayaks. Kayaks, paddles, life vests and paddle lesson are all included in the tour. No previous kayak experience necessary! Kayak San Diego with this Coronado kayak tour!
Kayak La Jolla and the 7 Caves! This guided tour in La Jolla is a favorite of both locals and San Diego visitors. Explore beautiful sea cliffs and caves as you glide through the La Jolla Ecological Reserve filled with marine life. Paddle to Sunny Jim’s Cave, the Arch Cave, the Clam’s Caveand other sea caves for amazing close-ups of sandstone formations. Witness sea lions, garibaldi, leopard sharks, shovelnose guitarfish(rock on, man) and even the occasional dolphinon this sought-after La Jolla kayak tour.
Whale & Dolphin Watching Tours
WINTER & SPRING GRAY WHALE WATCHING
Migration Period: Mid-December – April
Each year, more than 20,000 gray whales make a 10,000 mile round-trip journey from Alaska to the lagoons of Baja California, where the females give birth to their calves. After spending time in warm Baja California waters so their young can grow strong, they make the journey north again in spring. The longest known distance any mammal migrates on an annual basis, it is truly an extraordinary spectacle to observe. With 70 miles of coastline directly in the migration path, San Diego is an ideal destination to see this impressive parade of gentle giants. According to the Birch Aquarium in San Diego, gray whales generally travel alone or in pods of two or three but more may be seen traveling together during peak migration season. These giants are roughly the width of a basketball court and cruise at an average speed of five knots (about six miles per hour).
SUMMER & FALL BLUE WHALE WATCHING
Migration Period: Mid-June – September
Blue whales, the largest creatures on earth and thought to be among the most endangered of the great whales, may be found off the coast of San Diego mid-June through September. In fact, the largest group of blue whales in the world, some 2,000 to 3,000, feed off the California coast during the summer months. These magnificent mammals, who can be 100-feet, give away their location by spouting a 30-foot column of water in the air that can be seen from miles away.. The migratory patterns of blue whales have been tracked from the Antarctic to California to Costa Rica. Changes in ocean temperatures and the abundance of krill over the past few years have attracted far more blue whales to San Diego’s coast than in the past. Since blue whales tend to be found further out to sea than their grey whale cousins, it’s recommend to venture on a boat trip versus viewing from the shore in order to catch a glimpse of these incredible leviathans.
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San Diego Golf
San Diego Hiking
Bike the Bay
Deep Sea Fishing
There is action year round in San Diego