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The Children’s Pool Seals

The Children's Pool Seals

Thought originally created in 1932 as a spot for children to play in the ocean without danger of being swept away, over time the Children’s Pool in La Jolla came to the attention of enterprising harbor seals and sea lions. Now, you’re more likely to see these ocean mammals lounging on the beach than small (Continue reading)

Beaches & Bays

Beaches & Bays

Watchin' The Waves San Diego is famous for its pristine beaches. There are 70 miles of coastline, and all of it stunning. Here are a few local favorites that dot the coast: Coronado’s Perfect Beaches: Coronado’s beaches glisten year around with the Mica mineral sand Mission Bay: Home to a network of (Continue reading)

Paragliding in San Diego

Paragliding in San Diego

Paragliding is as close as a person can come to actually flying. In San Diego, paragliding is year round. You don’t need to be experienced to do it—there are several paragliding schools that offer tandem paragliding experiences. Imagine being up in the sky, gliding through the cool air, smooth as silk, just like (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. t’s said that ninety per cent of the planet's living space is under water.Kayaking is a wonderful way to explore the water and discover the (Continue reading)

Menehune Surf School

Menehune Surf School

Safe, quality surf instruction! San Diego’s year-round near-perfect weather means you can get the full “California” experience even in the winter months. And the California experience includes surfing! The water is a little chillier in winter so just pull on the wetsuit, grab a board, and get out (Continue reading)

Cheap Rentals

Cheap Rentals

San Diego is known for its weather and its water. It’s also known as a place where people love to have adventures in nature. Paddle boarding and its younger cousin, stand up paddle boarding (SUP), are two of the most popular on-the-water activities. They’re simple to master and at the same time a fun (Continue reading)

San Diego Sunsets

San Diego Sunsets

Nothing is as sure to draw out your hidden romantic than watching a spectacular sunset. In San Diego there are countless places to catch a breathtaking sunset. Perhaps the very best place to settle in and see the dipping sun is Sunset Cliffs in Point Loma. This stretch of cliffs views that stretch, unbroken, into (Continue reading)

Orange County

Orange County

Just 90 miles north, you’ll find San Diego’s neighbor, Orange County. Orange County projects an attitude of energy that sweeps you up and takes you along for the ride!   Destination: Disneyland and Beyond Thirty-four cities make up Orange County, each one with their own distinct flair. Anaheim (Continue reading)

Horseback Riding in San Diego

Horseback Riding in San Diego

Horse back riding is an activity that everyone in your family will love. Bright Valley Farms in Spring Valley in eastern San Diego County has 52,000 acres of prime riding trails. There are horses for all levels, from beginner to expert, so this is an amazing activity the family can enjoy together. A friendly, (Continue reading)

Coronado Island

Coronado Island

The distinctive San Diego-Coronado Bay Bridge rising up on the horizon tells you you’re close to a special place—Coronado Island. There are sparkling beaches, elegant gardens, old-world mansions, and of course the world famous Hotel Del Coronado. Woven throughout this lovely setting is the feeling that every (Continue reading)

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