|La Jolla Sea Caves:
Experience amazing views and abundant wildlife kayaking. If you can ride a bike, you can paddle a kayak! This is 2-hour kayak tour to the gorgeous La Jolla Sea Caves and through the fascinating marine paradise of the La Jolla Ecological Reserve. You often see seals, sea lions and sometimes dolphins. For more information on the La Jolla Sea Caves tours click here.
Moonlight and Sunset Tours:
Paddle into the sunset at La Jolla Shores. These kayaking trips are the perfect end to a tough week. Full Moon night tours get you on Mission Bay under the glow of a full moon. Very romantic. Through October. More Moonlight and Sunset Tour info here.
Fireworks Paddle Mission Bay:
Glide across the evening stillness of Mission Bay at night towards Sea World and then be thrilled to watch the Fireworks Show from your kayak. Nothing is more exciting than this front row seat for this spectacular. Nightly in the summer/earl fall. More info and Mission Bay Fireworks Paddling Trips here.
Pedal and Paddle Family Special:
Kayak the calm waters of Mission Bay and then ride a bike along the water's edge. This is a family tour, especially for the younger set -- kids ages 2 and up! The calm Mission Bay waters are great for all kids, particularly those not quite ready for the ocean. And small fry can ride along with Mom and Dad in bike trailers or trail-a-bikes! Available Monday through Friday during the summer and weekends October through May. Click here for more Pedal and Paddle Family Special information.
Mission Bay Kayak Tour in San Diego:
Mission Bay is the largest aquatic park in the United States. This 1.5 hour tour is great for families! The calm waters of Mission Bay make for a great introductory kayak tour. Some of the highlights include sea lions, sea birds, and sometimes we can even see the penguins at Sea World. No experience necessary. Basic kayak instruction, paddle, lifejacket, backrest are included. Available everyday. For ages 6 and up. Click here for more Mission Bay Kayak Tour in San Diego info.
Whale Watching Tours:
Kayak out from La Jolla Shores and catch these magnificent creatures at they migrate from Alaska to the birthing grounds in Baja, Mexico. Held December through March. A once-in-a-lifetime experience. More whale-watching kayak tour info is here.