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Historical Presidio Park

Historical Presidio Park

Visitors are captivated by the sweeping panoramic views of the city, the San Diego River Valley, Mission Bay, and the Pacific Ocean at the historic Presidio Park. The 50-acre park is always a popular spot for family gatherings and picnicking, but is also often used for weddings and other special events because of (Continue reading)

Cheap Rentals

Cheap Rentals

World famous Cheap Rentals San Diego is named "Best Surfboard Rental Shop in San Diego" by leading local publications. At Cheap Rentals, you'll find the best rental and sales rates in San Diego on bikes, surfboards, bodyboards, wetsuits, kayaks, rollerblades, skateboards, beach chairs, umbrellas, snorkeling (Continue reading)

Surfing In San Diego

Surfing In San Diego

Surfing has been a significant part of San Diego’s culture since 1916, when Famous Hawaiian surfer Duke Kahanamoku surfed Ocean Beach. Today, thousands of locals ‘shralp the gnar’ daily at one of San Diego’s fine beaches. With over 70 miles of coastline, everyone can find their perfect wave – from advanced (Continue reading)

Kayaking in San Diego

Kayaking in San Diego

KAYAK THE CAVES Discover by kayak the spectacular sea cliffs, the Seven Caves and the La Jolla Underwater Park with abundant marine life including Sea Lions, Leopard Sharks, and Garibaldi. With the warm water, great weather, and the amazing combination of scenery and wildlife, kayaking is a perfect activity for all (Continue reading)

Bike & Kayak Tours

Bike & Kayak Tours

The best parts of San Diego can only be witnessed by foot or in the water.  Enjoy beautiful San Diego with San Diego Bike and Kayak locations in La Jolla and Coronado. San Diego Bike and Kayak Tours offers bike tours, kayak tours and snorkeling adventures in and around San Diego County.  The main Bike and (Continue reading)

Big Bay San Diego

Big Bay San Diego

SPEND THE DAY ON THE BAY! San Diego’s Big Bay has 34 miles of scenic waterfront dotted with restaurants, shops, hotels, attractions, parks and marinas that reside in seven distinct areas including National City, The Embarcadero, Harbor Island, Shelter Island, Imperial Beach, Coronado and Chula Vista. Each (Continue reading)

Beaches & Bays

Beaches & Bays

Life’s a Beach.   Some of the most beautiful beaches in the world are found along the 70 miles of San Diego’s coastline. Stretching from Oceanside Harbor at the northern end to Border Field State Park in San Ysidro, our beaches offer something for everyone. One local ‘fav’ is Oceanside’s Harbor Beach. (Continue reading)

Mt. Soledad

Mt. Soledad

Mt. Soledad takes the prize for the most serene and breathtaking panoramic view of San Diego and its coastline.  No matter which direction you gaze, you will be captivated by San Diego’s effortless beauty! The 822-foot mountain retreat, located between La Jolla and Pacific Beach, is topped by the famous 29-foot (Continue reading)

Tidepooling in San Diego

Tidepooling in San Diego

San Diego tide pools are a nature lovers dream. The ecological systems that occur where the sea meets the land are some of the most beautiful and diverse on earth. Tide pools are usually found on rocky shores that are covered and uncovered daily by the rising and falling ocean tides. However, they can also exist on (Continue reading)

San Diego Sunsets

San Diego Sunsets

When enjoying a beautiful San Diego sunset be sure to look for the “green flash”. Green flashes are a real (not illusory) phenomena, as when the sun sets or disappears some part of the sun suddenly changes color from orange to green. The word “flash” refers to the sudden appearance and brief duration of this (Continue reading)

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