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San Diego Maritime Museum

San Diego Maritime Museum

The life of a seaman is intriguing to many. What is it like to live on a ship? How do you live? What happens if you run into trouble in the middle of the deep blue sea? The Maritime Museum of San Diego, located in the San Diego Bay, has the answers to these intriguing questions and countless more.   The (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)

Whale Watching With Xplore Offshore

Whale Watching With Xplore Offshore

San Diego's Original Ocean Rafting Outfitter You’re speeding over ocean waves so fast that the boat barley bounces as it conquers coming waves. You’re cruising through chilly waters, waiting for a glimpse of nature’s most impressive creatures, the whale, to surface through the water. You’re donning your (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 Piers

San Diego Piers

San Diego’s piers are a great place to people watch or fish. Most of the pier have restaurants on them, so you can grab a bite mid-way through your stroll down the pier. Here are a few you won’t want to miss:   At Crystal Pier in Pacific Beach you can rent one of 29 cottages on the pier. Make your (Continue reading)

Boogie Boarding In San Diego

Boogie Boarding In San Diego

Boogie boarding in winter? Like other water-oriented things to do in San Diego, winter is fine for it when you’ve got a wetsuit. Boogie boarding enthusiasts love the feeling of being atop the wave just before it crashes to the sand. Newbies love that the sport is relatively easy to master.   La Jolla (Continue reading)

Next Level Sailing

Next Level Sailing

America's Cup Yachts! You might fantasize about whiling away the hours on a yacht, but in real life how often does anyone get to do that? When you’re in San Diego, you can turn that fantasy into a real life experience with Next Level Sailing’sAmerica’s Cup Yacht Race Experience, which takes place almost (Continue reading)

Tidepooling in San Diego

Tidepooling in San Diego

  It may be winter but it is still the perfect time of year to explore San Diego’s tide pools. The weather is a little crisper, but a light jacket will take care of that—this is, after all, San Diego, with a year-round average temperature of 72. San Diego has terrific tide pools to see fascinating (Continue reading)

Oceanside Harbor

Oceanside Harbor

Oceanside is a classic So Cal beach community, with vast stretches of beach, a fantastic Harbor, and historic wooden pier. The city is also home to the Oceanside Museum of Art, the Mission San Luis Rey de Francia, and the California Surf Museum. You’ll also find the Sunset Market, an outdoors marketplace held (Continue reading)

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