Sunset – the magical time of day where everything is illuminated by an orange glow and the sky and clouds put on a colorful display. Here in San Diego we have some of the most memorable sunsets, complete with ocean backdrops. From Imperial Beach to Oceanside, beautiful sunsets are plentiful—just visit your (Continue reading)
Located in the Coachella Valley, just below the San Jacinto Mountains, Palm Springs and Palm Desert are top travel destinations for locals. Escape to the desert like Lucille Ball, Frank Sinatra, and Clark Gable enjoyed doing.
The Desert offers a wealth of activities and events throughout the year. Ride to the top (Continue reading)
Travel just north of San Diego and enter a world of fashion, fast-paced beauty and fun! Orange County offers 24 miles of beautiful beaches where one can surf, dive, bodyboard, hike, swim and fish as well as a world of entertainment for family and friends. Here, as in San Diego, you will discover a thriving (Continue reading)
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)
San Diego's Chicano Park is home to the country's largest collection of outdoor murals as well as various sculptures, earthworks, and an architectural piece dedicated to the cultural heritage of the community. The park is located beneath the San Diego-Coronado Bridge in Barrio Logan, a predominantly Mexican American (Continue reading)
Safe, quality surf instruction!
Menehune Surf was started by school teachers and dedicated surfers in the San Diego area who wanted to provide children with the opportunity to learn how to surf in a safe, positive, and encouraging environment. They focus on teaching children, families, and friends about the art (Continue reading)
Adventure to the historic and world famous Sunny Jim Cave in La Jolla. Sunny Jim’s cave is one of the only Sea Caves that are accessible by land. Once called the “Cave Curio Store”, the inside of this prohibition cave is accessible by a hand-dug tunnel leading down from the historical landmark (now called the (Continue reading)
SPEND THE DAY ON THE BAY!
San Diego 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 district lends (Continue reading)
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)
See animals without even going to the zoo at the Children’s Pool in La Jolla. Here, seals lounge on the sandy beach and playfully swim around. The Children’s Pool is a small beach protected by a seawall built in 1931. The original intention was to close off the channel and create a safe bathing area for (Continue reading)