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    Seaplane Whale Watching & Aerial Tour (10 Mins)

    San Diego Seaplanes
    View La Jolla's picturesque coastline and the majestic cliffs rising above Black's Beach as you soar over the Glider Port at the Torrey Pines Golf Course. On this flight you'll be seeking out the great Blue Whale - the largest mammal on planet Earth. Adult Blue Whales can grow to more than 100' long and weigh over 150 tons. December to April each winter they take part in their annual migration just off the coast of San Diego travelling south from Alaska, past San Diego, on the way to give birth to their new calves in the warm bays and lagoons of Baja California. The new whale babies along with their moms and dads head back north mid winter and early spring to spend the summer months feeding in Alaska. While in flight, it is common to see pods of playful dolphins, slap-happy seals, or barking sea lions. With the right conditions (clear water and small surf) you could see dozens of young leopard sharks in the waters near the La Jolla Beach & Tennis Club. Enjoy this aerial tour and catch a glimpse of these majestic creatures.
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    North Bay Harbor Cruise

    Take a relaxing harbor cruise through the North bay of San Diego, featuring unforgettable views of San Diego's skyline. This fully narrated tour will take you to all the places you want to see with time to spare! Enjoy live commentary that will give you background, history and highlights of this awesome bay. You'll see some of the largest watercraft in the world up close. Cruise through the San Diego North Bay as your friendly, informative narrators point out the sights. See North Island Naval Air Station, Harbor and Shelter islands, the Naval Sub Base and Cabrillo National Monument. On board, relax on the comfortable seating and pleasant sun decks, and head down to the galley below for food and beverages available for purchase. Cruise through the San Diego Bay as your friendly, informative narrators point out the sights. On board, relax on the comfortable seating and pleasant sun decks, and head down to the galley below for food and beverages available for purchase. On this cruise, see North Island Naval Air Station, Harbor and Shelter islands, the Naval Sub Base and Cabrillo National Monument.
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    Seaplane Whale Watching & Aerial Tour (30 Mins)

    San Diego Seaplanes
    View La Jolla's picturesque coastline and the majestic cliffs rising above Black's Beach as you soar over the Glider Port at the Torrey Pines Golf Course. On this flight you'll be seeking out the great Blue Whale - the largest mammal on the planet Earth. Adult Blue Whales can grow to more than 100' long and weigh over 150 tons. December to April each winter they take part in their annual migration just off the coast of San Diego travelling south from Alaska, past San Diego, on the way to give birth to their new calves in the warm bays and lagoons of Baja California. The new whale babies along with their moms and dads head back north mid winter and early spring to spend the summer months feeding in Alaska. While in flight, it is common to see pods of playful dolphins, slap-happy seals, or barking sea lions. With the right conditions (clear water and small surf) you could see dozens of young leopard sharks in the waters near the La Jolla Beach & Tennis Club. Enjoy this aerial tour and catch a glimpse of these majestic creatures.
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    South Bay Harbor Cruise

    Cruise through the San Diego South Bay as your friendly, informative narrators point out the sights. On board, relax on the comfortable seating and pleasant sun decks, and head down to the galley below for food and beverages available for purchase. Your fully narrated harbor cruise will take you to the US Naval fleet, the famous Coronado Bay Bridge, San Diego's bustling shipyards and theStar of India, the oldest iron-hulled sailing ship still afloat.
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    La Jolla Segway Tour

    Explore the stunning seaside neighborhood of La Jolla in San Diego on this morning or afternoon Segway tour. See top La Jolla attractions including Windansea Beach, Sunny Jim's Cave and Children's Pool Beach as your knowledgeable guide shares the history and culture of this affluent enclave. Admire gorgeous homes and upscale shops on this tour that allows you to cover much more ground than walking in a fun, novel way. Don't forget to stop for photos of sensational coastal vistas along your way! Your scenery-packed Segway tour of San Diego's La Jolla neighborhood begins at Ellen Browning Scripps Park, named after a wealthy journalist and philanthropist who funded many historic area buildings. After a safety briefing, hop aboard your Segway and learn the ins and outs of operating this convenient personal transport vehicle. Once you're comfortable, set out to explore the hilly, oceanfront community of La Jolla -- nicknamed 'The Jewel of San Diego.'Cruise past Windansea Beach -- a favorite with surfers -- and La Jolla Cove, popular with kayakers, snorkelers and divers. Delight in spotting adorable seals and sea lions at Children's Pool Beach. Ride past Sunny Jim Cave, a large sea cave that was visited by Frank Baum, author of The Wizard of Oz. Admire lavish homes and breathtaking ocean views in Bird Rock, and check out the charming boutiques and galleries of La Jolla's shopping districts. Throughout your tour, your guide will talk about the sights you see and the history of La Jolla. Enjoy complimentary bottled water and chips, and stop for photos of sensational coastal vistas along your way. Finish your 3-hour morning or afternoon tour back at Ellen Browning Scripps Park.
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    Bay Kayak Tour & Seaplane Whale Watching - 30 Minutes

    San Diego Seaplanes
    Start with a quick kayak lesson to learn how to paddle, steer, and maneuver your boat. Then take a beautiful kayak tour across the San Diego Bay. From there you will meet your seaplane and takeoff! View La Jolla's picturesque coastline and the majestic cliffs rising above Black's Beach as you soar over the Glider Port at the Torrey Pines Golf Course. On this flight you'll be seeking out the great Blue Whale - the largest mammal on the planet Earth. Adult Blue Whales can grow to more than 100' long and weigh over 150 tons. December to April each winter they take part in their annual migration just off the coast of San Diego travelling south from Alaska, past San Diego, on the way to give birth to their new calves in the warm bays and lagoons of Baja California. The new whale babies along with their moms and dads head back north mid winter and early spring to spend the summer months feeding in Alaska. While in flight, it is common to see pods of playful dolphins, slap-happy seals, or barking sea lions. With the right conditions (clear water and small surf) you could see dozens of young leopard sharks in the waters near the La Jolla Beach & Tennis Club. After your seaplane flight, you'll have additional time in the kayak until you find your way back to the beach. Enjoy this kayak and aerial tour and catch a glimpse of these majestic creatures.
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    Original Sea Cave Kayak Tour

    Up for a jolly old time? Head over to La Jolla for a little fluid fun on this seafaring kayak sojourn! Prior to setting out, you'll be geared up and walked through the basics, making this experience a great way for inexperienced paddlers of all ages to get their feet wet. Properly oriented, push out beyond the surf to calmer waters, and find yourself quickly off and paddling like an old pro. Your destination? The Seven Sea Caves of La Jolla-- which are every bit as fantastic as they sound! Spend 90 invigorating minutes exploring these diverse ecological habitats boasting some of the highest concentrations of sea-life in all of coastal California. Fish, birds, harbor seals, sea lions, and sea turtles will be spotted. Squeaking dolphins often accompany paddlers, in addition to swarms of leopard sharks in the summer months (they don't bite; their mouths are too small). Whales are commonly sighted (depending on the time of year), and, weather permitting, you'll enjoy the privileged opportunity of entering California's only north-facing sea cave, the Emerald Cave-- off limits except with a licensed guide. As you paddle, your knowledgeable host will fill you on the flora, fauna, and natural history of the surreal world you find yourself in, all while offering continuing pointers to help you keep paddling in the right direction. For those looking to make a splash, this tour gets it right!
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    Seal Tour

    Is it a boat? Is it a bus? No - it's San Diego's original amphibious water and land adventure! Commonly known as a duck tour, the San Diego Seal Tour is a fun and unique way to explore the city from the streets and the sea. This 90-minute fully-narrated journey departs from Seaport Village located on Harbor Drive at the Embarcadero. As you travel along the beautiful Big Bay by land, you will hear stories of early sailors as well as the history of the 14-mile long working bay and learn about the importance of the military in San Diego. Splash down into the San Diego Bay off Shelter Island to begin the water-tour segment of the journey. As the seal travels through the north end of the Big Bay, enjoy great views of Point Loma, home to the Cabrillo National Monument, Naval Air Station North Island, the Point Loma Submarine Base and the Scripps Institution of Oceanography. The area is a popular playground for sea-lions and the tours namesake animal, seals, so keep your eyes peeled! This 90-minute fully-narrated journey departs from Seaport Village located on Harbor Drive at the Embarcadero. As you travel along the beautiful Big Bay by land, you will hear stories of early sailors as well as the history of the 14-mile long working bay. You also will learn about the importance of the military in San Diego. Pass by San Diego International Airport, dedicated to aviator Charles Lindbergh, just one of the many people you will hear about on your San Diego Seal Tour.Then, you will splash down into the San Diego Bay off Shelter Island, where you begin the water-tour segment of the journey. As the seal travels through the north end of the Big Bay, keep your eyes peeled for a chance encounter with a California brown pelican. The Big Bay provides views of Point Loma, home to the Cabrillo National Monument, Naval Air Station North Island, the Point Loma Submarine Base and the Scripps Institution of Oceanography. The area is a popular playground for seals and sea-lions so keep your eyes out during your San Diego duck tour - make that seal tour!Return to land where you will return to your starting point via Harbor Drive, passing the Maritime Museum and Cruise Ship Terminal along the way.*Please Note: Tour route is subject to change without notice due to weather or traffic conditions.
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    La Jolla Segway Tour (Girard Ave)

    We Love Tourists
    If you're not a huge fan of walking tours but love to explore, this segway tour of La Jolla is perfect for you! On this tour, you'll have the chance to experience this popular tourist destination without wearing out your feet! La Jolla, an affluent northern suburb of San Diego, has its own stories you'll love to discover. While you glide over the hills next to the magnificent Pacific Ocean, you'll learn about the beautiful architecture from where Dr. Seuss gained inspiration for his books. You'll also see the breathtaking shores and learn about local wildlife, including seals and sea lions! Visit the famous Children's Pool, La Jolla Cove, and Downtown La Jolla. Experience a different kind of beach day on this unforgettable segway tour!
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    Whale Watching Sailing Tour

    Sail San Diego
    You will need to have your cameras ready to capture the amazing wildlife swimming around you! Every winter 25,000 grey whales make the waters around San Diego their home. This is your chance to see them up close. Whale watching is the main focus, but you will also catch a glimpse of seals and dolphins. You may even capture a lazy sea lion in the water. This expedition gives you the choice of staying closer to the harbor or going out to the Pacific Ocean. You will discover amazing animals and learn more about their habits. It is an unforgettable trip that will create some amazing memories.
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