Wanna Enjoy San Diego? Get Wet!



San Diego and the Ocean! A match made in heaven! America’s “Finest City” (that’s actually her official motto, that it rightfully deserves) is the epitome of a Californian Lifestyle, where everything is centered around the beach. You will be spoiled for choice of the myriad of options available to you to enjoy San Diego and its glorious weather.

Surfing most definitely tops the list, followed by enjoying the beach, down to kayaking and other water-sports activities.

There are a number of local San Diego businesses that offer quite a variety of San Diego kayaking experiences.

One of my favorites is a moonlight kayak trip on Mission Bay. Star gaze from the water on a starry night and watch the fireworks from Sea World.

My husband and I had an amazing experience with a local business called La Jolla Sea Caves Kayak Tour. Not only was the kayaking dreamy and romantic, but we were professionally photographed by our kayaking guide while out on the water. Now we have striking images of that day to cherish forever. We found the company by chance, when we read the positive reviews from past kayakers.

Matt from La Jolla Sea Caves Kayak Tour was very professional, and a real help. He can customize your trip to any San Diego spot and play your favorite romantic music while you’re kayaking! His packages also include professional portraits shot on the beach. Snorkeling can be added to any kayaking package.

To learn more about the romance of an ocean Kayak trip for two, please contact La Jolla Sea Caves Kayak Tours, by clicking here.

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