Next to theme parks and beaches being the top priority of things to do for visitors, San Diego offers an endless list of unique activities and excursions. One of the most beautiful areas in San Diego is La Jolla and specifically, La Jolla Cove and La Jolla Shores, which are packed with some of the most remarkable things to do in San Diego. Take a day to spend some time observing the waves crashing into the cliffs roofed with pods of sea lions and rent some snorkeling gear so you can get an up-close encounter with the stunning marine life. You can then head five miles up the coast to Torrey Pines State Park. Here you can spend some time spectating at the Torrey Pines Gliderport, and if you are up for a bit of adrenaline, take a tandem paragliding flight for a view that you will never forget!
For those that want to get in their daily workout while exploring some of the most scenic southern California mountains, head to one of the trailheads and go for a hike in one of the most biologically rich counties in the U.S. There are many trails suited for all levels of hikers.
Although it is great to plan your things to do in San Diego around adventure, San Diego and the California lifestyle also cater greatly to people wanting a vacation full of relaxation and leisure time. Take a few days to relax at a beachfront resort, book a sunset dinner cruise, take a casual stroll through Seaport Village, or enjoy the views on a San Diego city tour.
Although San Diego goes an average of 260 days without rain throughout the year, if you happen to be visiting when it comes down, do not fret. There are still plenty of things to do in San Diego when it is raining! Spend some time at the San Diego Natural History Museum and then head right across the street to the San Diego Museum of Man located in the notable Balboa Park. There is also plenty of indoor recreation such as adventure golf, puzzle escape rooms, indoor skydiving, painting classes, indoor rock gyms, and trampoline parks.
As there is so much to see and so many things to do in San Diego, you can also opt for going on tours. San Diego offers numerous tours such as trolley tours of Old Town, brewery tours, and the unique SEAL tour where you will be in a Hydra-Terras that will pick you up as a vehicle and drive into the water and be your boat.
No matter the circumstances or type of things to do you are looking for, San Diego has it all! Navigate through the menu on the left to get details of the things to do in San Diego that spark your excitement to start planning your visit to America’s Finest City.
Urban Jungle is unlike anything you have ever seen before. Our Urban City metropolis is filled with adrenaline inducing, high adventure activities designed for kids of all ages. Come experience the ultimate in family friendly entertainment where participating URBANITES move from one activity to another.
We have DAILY rides in Baja California (near the California border with Mexico) on Quads and Dirt Bikes. So idle your engine for a few moments while you choose a tour from our selection ranging from First-Time Rider ATV Tours, sweet Single-Trail bashing to a full or multiple day ride of following the Baja 1000 trails.
Out vision is to interpret the natural world through research, education and exhibits; to promote understanding of the evolution and diversity of southern California and the peninsula of Baja California; and to inspire in all a respect for nature and the environment.
Discover by kayak the spectacular sea cliffs, the Seven Caves and the La Jolla Underwater Park with abundant marine life including Sea Lions, Leopard Sharks, and Garibaldi. La Jolla Kayak offers kayak tours and kayak rentals to explore the coast line with a certified guide or on your own.
Wind your way through picturesque San Diego streets before splashing down for a cruise through the waters of San Diego Harbor. Experience the history and ecological wonders of San Diego in the comfort and security or our virtually unsinkable Hydra-Terras. Here you will learn first-hand of our rich military history and cruise through the waters that are the playground of the California Sea Lion.
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