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Private Coastal Tour of San Diego
"The coastal tour begins at Cabrillo National Monument which has the best views of San Diego Harbor. The museum displays the artifacts from when Cabrillo landed in 1542. Up the hill to the first lighthouse in San Diego and the lighthouse museum. Steep dri Koi ponds and exquisite bluff views overlooking the Pacific Ocean. A short ride over to one of the best surfing spots in North County called Swami's. We descend the long spiral stairs down to the tidepools on the beach. Back in the van to cruise along Hi San Elijo Solana Beach Del Mar Carmel Valley and up the grade into Torrey Pines. At our next stop we watch the Hang Gliders and Parasailors soar off the cliffs at Torrey Pines Glider Port. Winding our way down to La Jolla Shores to watch the kayaks launch on their journey to t opt to head east to the rural countryside and the old gold mining town of Julian
From $549.00
 
San Diego GoCar Tour
"Venture into parts of San Diego that tour buses cannot go! Your self-drive tour by GoCar can take anywhere from one hour to a full day depending on which option you select on booking. Explore San Diego sights on your own schedule — just pick up a GoCar see what you want and bring the vehicle back when your time is up. Each 3-wheeled car seats two and has a lockable trunk for your belongings. The small size makes parking a breeze and in San Diego that's a major bonus. You can even squeeze the tiny vehicle into motorcycle parking. No experience is necessary and you will receive helmets and a briefing on how to operate the car before you head out.The talking GPS highlights specific locations throughout San Diego as you drive and provides clear directions and informative facts on notable sights. See the Itinerary below for suggested routes and time options available.Price is per person based on two passengers per car."
From $31.00
 
Private Tour: Southern California Coastal Sights Helicopter Flight from San Diego
"On arrival at Montgomery Field Airport meet your pilot and receive a comprehensive safety briefing before boarding your waiting helicopter. Take a seat either beside the pilot or in the row of seats to the rear then buckle up and have your camera ready for your exhilarating flight over the Southern California coast.Lift off into the skies and gaze out of the large windows as you skim the coastline. See the waves lap against the golden sands of Del Mar a sandy expanses and secluded coves of La Jolla.Listen to the pilot’s commentary as you continue over Pacific Beach and admire the charming Cape Cod–style cottages on Crystal Pier. Your tour culminates with dazzling vistas of Mission Bay the largest man-made aquatic park in the country. Keep your camera handy to capture your final coastal panoramas as you head back to San Diego where your flight concludes at the helipad after almost 30 minutes.Please note: A minimum of two people per booking is required."""
From $119.00

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Rip Tides!!!

Lifeguards on the beach daily throughout the year, are ever watchful, but when you're swimming and feel the water tug at you slightly, get out and move to another location. Rip tides can pull you in...
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Pacific Beach

We only spent a few hours in Pacific Beach, late afternoon and evening. Not sure we saw the best of it. The sand is pretty cool, the sea great fun. A walk along the pier is a must. I was not a fan of...
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Belmont Park

Belmont Park is a beachfront amusement park in Mission Beach that offers several different rides, arcade games, shops, and restaurants. I can't say I come here for the rides, games, or shopping, but...
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SeaWorld

Ok, I don't care what age you are, but Sea World has load to offer for all ages to enjoy. Animals shows, exhibits, and some actual hands on with some dolphins and sting rays. Its been a very long time...
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LaJollaCooks4U

the main attraction of La Jolla besides the beaches of La Jolla Cove, Black's Beach, Windansea Beach, Scripps Pier and the Torrey Pines Golf Course is the famous La Jolla Sunset! you can watch the...
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Junipero Serra Museum - Presidio Park

In 1769 Spain established the Presidio of San Diego and is the oldest European settlement on the Pacific Coast of the US and Canada. Once a fortified military colony it grew to become the chief...
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Bazaar del Mundo

I know this isn't the "Restaurant Tips" Section, I just wanted to show you the best place to be sitting when the free performances begin. We'll have a great view of the stage from Casa De Pico's...
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