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Things To Do This Weekend – August 8-11

Things To Do This Weekend - August 8-11

Click Here For Complete Event Calendar San Diego Sailing Tours When: Friday, 5 PM - 8 PM Location: 1450 Harbor Island Drive, San Diego, CA 92101 Cost: Varies Do you want to sit back and relax as the attentive crew caters to your every need? Or do you want to be hands on and help sail? No (Continue reading)

San Diego Whale Watching

San Diego Whale Watching

There is nothing quite as awe-inspiring as catching sigh of a magnificent Blue Whale. These beautiful creatures embody the power of the ocean. The Blue Whale is the largest mammal in the world with an average length of over 80 feet. And when you glimpse a Blue Whale in its native habitat, you feel an indescribable (Continue reading)

California Surf Museum

California Surf Museum

The California Surf Museum in Oceanside honors the surfing tradition with art, photography, and interactive displays that give visitors a true understanding of what it means to be a surfer. When you visit this outstanding museum, you’ll see the History of the Surfboard exhibit, which begins with wooden planks (Continue reading)

Kayaking in San Diego

Kayaking in San Diego

KAYAK THE CAVES With the Bay, the Harbor, and virtually limitless ocean, San Diego is the best place to kayak in southern California. You have your choice—kayak in the harbor, with a view of the city skyline on one side and Coronado Island on the other. Or explore the ocean caves in La Jolla—an exciting adventure (Continue reading)

Paddle Surfing

Paddle Surfing

STAND UP PADDLE BOARDING Stand up paddle boarding is a recent water sport craze that’s caught on with everyone from kids to grandparents. It’s not overly difficult to do, provided you have good balance.  The boarded are broad, and have rubberized bottoms to prevent slipping feet, and some boards are designed (Continue reading)

San Diego Maritime Museum

San Diego Maritime Museum

The Maritime Museum of San Diego, established in 1948, preserves one of the largest collections of historic sea vessels in the United States including sailing ships, steam-powered boats and submarines.  Located in the San Diego Bay, the centerpiece of the museum's collection is the Star of India, an 1863 iron bark, (Continue reading)

Tidepooling in San Diego

Tidepooling in San Diego

  Some of the best childhood memories are of exploring the ocean tide pools and discovering new and fascinating creature unlike anything you’d seen before. When you’re in San Diego, give your children the gift of a tide pool memory.   Ocean Beach: There are shore crabs, hermit crabs, and sea (Continue reading)

Oceanside Harbor

Oceanside Harbor

A trip to Oceanside isn’t complete until you’ve discovered Oceanside harbor. The harbor is a wonderful place to stroll and watch the waves, try a little sports fishing, or rent a boat, wave runner, or kayak. There are also nearly 1,000 permanent boat slips, as well as yacht brokers—so if you’re in the mood (Continue reading)

Surfing In San Diego

Surfing In San Diego

If you’ve ever imagined yourself shooting through the barrel of the wave on a fiberglass board, you’ll want to spend at least one day of your vacation learning the ropes. There are several terrific surf schools up and down the coast that will teach you all you need to know. Menehune Surf is a good one to check (Continue reading)

Boogie Boarding In San Diego

Boogie Boarding In San Diego

Less tricky than surfing and more exciting than swimming, boogie boarding is fun and easy! Anyone can do it! Long, gentle beach breaks are best for Boogie boarding, so head down to La Jolla Shores for some sweet waves. For smaller rides, head to Tourmaline Surfing Park a little farther south in the Pacific Beach (Continue reading)

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