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Description
  • With 266 days of golden sunshine a year, San Diego has bright skies and a mild climate benefit, with gentle ocean breezes mitigating the heat. On your private driving tour of San Diego’s beaches you will:
  •  - Enjoy the highlights along San Diego’s picturesque 70-mile coastline
  •  - See Coronado Island’s alabaster-white sands and haunted Del Coronado Hotel
  •  - Scenic Seaport Village boasts a century-old harbour and numerous seafood cafes
  •  - Marvel at the 68-acre Sunset Cliffs Natural Park’s mesmerising panoramic ocean views
  •  - Enjoy the relaxed SoCal hippy vibe of Ocean Beach, where you can grab a quick bite amongst the locals (price not included in the tour)
  •  - Watch the swells at Pacific Beach - or “PB” as it is known by the local surfer crowd
  •  - Visit La Jolla, dubbed ‘Paradise by the Sea’, and is home to a colony of sea lions and seals
  • Stretching from Oceanside to the Mexican border and from the beach east into Anza-Borrego Desert State Park and the Cleveland National Forest, San Diego’s 70 miles of picturesque coastline boasts 33 gorgeous sandy beaches. Rugged bays and tide-pools teem with barnacles, crabs and sea urchins and are home to seals and sea lions while dolphins, whales and turtles can be spotted in open water. Each beach has its own distinct Southern California beach culture, from skaters on boardwalks to palm-hemmed secluded sands and laid-back hang-outs where surfers rule the waves. Your Private Tour of San Diego Coast and Beaches takes you straight to the finest coastal stretches to discover the heart and soul of the city where, literally, life's a beach
  • The alabaster-white sands of Coronado Island , home to the haunted Hotel Del Coronado, boasts quintessential San Diego seaside allure, running along Ocean Boulevard and evoking the era of Mariyln Monroe, who famously filmed Some Like It Hot here in 1958. Next Seaport Village where a picturesque century-old harbour-side boasts numerous seafood bistros and waterfront cafes. Along the Point Loma Peninsula’s western shoreline, the 68-acre Sunset Cliffs Natural Park encompasses native coastal scrub, dramatic cliff formations, craggy caves, intertidal lagoons and mesmerising panoramic ocean views
  • Your tour continues on to Ocean Beach, with its laid-back rhythm. It has a vintage SoCal hippy vibe with surf shops, taco stands, microbreweries and dog-friendly sands. Here, you can enjoy a pit-stop at one of the many beachside eateries, or wait until you hit the crashing waves of the Pacific Beach. Serious surfers head to Pacific Beach - or “PB” as the locals call it - for an electric party atmosphere, glowing bonfires and excellent swells. Your final stop is La Jolla, a scenic stretch dubbed ‘Paradise by the Sea’ sheltered by a 300-ft rocky bluff that is home to seals, sea lions, numerous seabirds, lush beach flora and a wide sweep of soft honey-coloured sand
  • Please note: Your guide will be happy to drop you off at one of the last beaches on the tour, so feel free to bring your swimsuits and towels to soak up the glorious San Diego sun!
  • With 266 days of golden sunshine a year, San Diego has bright skies and a mild climate benefit, with gentle ocean breezes mitigating the heat. On your private driving tour of San Diego’s beaches you will: - Enjoy the highlights along San Diego’s picturesque 70-mile coastline - See Coronado Island’s alabaster-white sands and haunted Del Coronado Hotel - Scenic Seaport Village boasts a century-old harbour and numerous seafood cafes - Marvel at the 68-acre Sunset Cliffs Natural Park’s mesmerising panoramic ocean views - Enjoy the relaxed SoCal hippy vibe of Ocean Beach, where you can grab a quick bite amongst the locals (price not included in the tour) - Watch the swells at Pacific Beach - or “PB” as it is known by the local surfer crowd - Visit La Jolla, dubbed ‘Paradise by the Sea’, and is home to a colony of sea lions and sealsStretching from Oceanside to the Mexican border and from the beach east into Anza-Borrego Desert State Park and the Cleveland National Forest, San Diego’s 70 miles of picturesque coastline boasts 33 gorgeous sandy beaches. Rugged bays and tide-pools teem with barnacles, crabs and sea urchins and are home to seals and sea lions while dolphins, whales and turtles can be spotted in open water. Each beach has its own distinct Southern California beach culture, from skaters on boardwalks to palm-hemmed secluded sands and laid-back hang-outs where surfers rule the waves. Your Private Tour of San Diego Coast and Beaches takes you straight to the finest coastal stretches to discover the heart and soul of the city where, literally, life's a beachThe alabaster-white sands of Coronado Island , home to the haunted Hotel Del Coronado, boasts quintessential San Diego seaside allure, running along Ocean Boulevard and evoking the era of Mariyln Monroe, who famously filmed Some Like It Hot here in 1958. Next Seaport Village where a picturesque century-old harbour-side boasts numerous seafood bistros and waterfront cafes. Along the Point Loma Peninsula’s western shoreline, the 68-acre Sunset Cliffs Natural Park encompasses native coastal scrub, dramatic cliff formations, craggy caves, intertidal lagoons and mesmerising panoramic ocean viewsYour tour continues on to Ocean Beach, with its laid-back rhythm. It has a vintage SoCal hippy vibe with surf shops, taco stands, microbreweries and dog-friendly sands. Here, you can enjoy a pit-stop at one of the many beachside eateries, or wait until you hit the crashing waves of the Pacific Beach. Serious surfers head to Pacific Beach - or “PB” as the locals call it - for an electric party atmosphere, glowing bonfires and excellent swells. Your final stop is La Jolla, a scenic stretch dubbed ‘Paradise by the Sea’ sheltered by a 300-ft rocky bluff that is home to seals, sea lions, numerous seabirds, lush beach flora and a wide sweep of soft honey-coloured sandPlease note: Your guide will be happy to drop you off at one of the last beaches on the tour, so feel free to bring your swimsuits and towels to soak up the glorious San Diego sun!
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Additional Info
  • Not wheelchair accessible

Version 9 – July 22, 2020 16:51

Know Before You Go
  • Please bring comfortable walking shoes
  • Please bring any medical requirements you need throughout the day
  • In summer, please remember to bring a hat, sunscreen and plenty of water
Know Before You Book
  • This is a driving tour although some walking is involved
  • Cost of transportation is included

Version 8 – July 22, 2020 16:50

Included
  • Private Transportation throughout your tour
  • A friendly, professional tour guide for your own private group
  • Plenty of time to take photos of your favourite places
Excluded
  • Food and drink, although your guide will be happy to recommend local favourites along the way
  • Gratuities (optional)

Version 7 – July 22, 2020 16:48

Highlights
  • Enjoy the highlights along San Diego’s picturesque 70-mile coastline
  • See Coronado Island’s alabaster-white sands and haunted Del Coronado Hotel
  • Scenic Seaport Village boasts a century-old harbour and numerous seafood cafes
  • Marvel at the 68-acre Sunset Cliffs Natural Park’s mesmerising panoramic ocean views
  • Enjoy the relaxed SoCal hippy vibe of Ocean Beach, where you can grab a quick bite amongst the locals
  • Watch the swells at Pacific Beach - or “PB” as it is known by the local surfer crowd
  • Visit La Jolla, dubbed ‘Paradise by the Sea’, and is home to a colony of sea lions and seals

Version 6 – July 22, 2020 16:46

Description
  • With 266 days of golden sunshine a year, San Diego has bright skies and a mild climate benefit, with gentle ocean breezes mitigating the heat. On your private driving tour of San Diego’s beaches you will: - Enjoy the highlights along San Diego’s picturesque 70-mile coastline - See Coronado Island’s alabaster-white sands and haunted Del Coronado Hotel - Scenic Seaport Village boasts a century-old harbour and numerous seafood cafes - Marvel at the 68-acre Sunset Cliffs Natural Park’s mesmerising panoramic ocean views - Enjoy the relaxed SoCal hippy vibe of Ocean Beach, where you can grab a quick bite amongst the locals (price not included in the tour) - Watch the swells at Pacific Beach - or “PB” as it is known by the local surfer crowd - Visit La Jolla, dubbed ‘Paradise by the Sea’, and is home to a colony of sea lions and sealsStretching from Oceanside to the Mexican border and from the beach east into Anza-Borrego Desert State Park and the Cleveland National Forest, San Diego’s 70 miles of picturesque coastline boasts 33 gorgeous sandy beaches. Rugged bays and tide-pools teem with barnacles, crabs and sea urchins and are home to seals and sea lions while dolphins, whales and turtles can be spotted in open water. Each beach has its own distinct Southern California beach culture, from skaters on boardwalks to palm-hemmed secluded sands and laid-back hang-outs where surfers rule the waves. Your Private Tour of San Diego Coast and Beaches takes you straight to the finest coastal stretches to discover the heart and soul of the city where, literally, life's a beachThe alabaster-white sands of Coronado Island , home to the haunted Hotel Del Coronado, boasts quintessential San Diego seaside allure, running along Ocean Boulevard and evoking the era of Mariyln Monroe, who famously filmed Some Like It Hot here in 1958. Next Seaport Village where a picturesque century-old harbour-side boasts numerous seafood bistros and waterfront cafes. Along the Point Loma Peninsula’s western shoreline, the 68-acre Sunset Cliffs Natural Park encompasses native coastal scrub, dramatic cliff formations, craggy caves, intertidal lagoons and mesmerising panoramic ocean viewsYour tour continues on to Ocean Beach, with its laid-back rhythm. It has a vintage SoCal hippy vibe with surf shops, taco stands, microbreweries and dog-friendly sands. Here, you can enjoy a pit-stop at one of the many beachside eateries, or wait until you hit the crashing waves of the Pacific Beach. Serious surfers head to Pacific Beach - or “PB” as the locals call it - for an electric party atmosphere, glowing bonfires and excellent swells. Your final stop is La Jolla, a scenic stretch dubbed ‘Paradise by the Sea’ sheltered by a 300-ft rocky bluff that is home to seals, sea lions, numerous seabirds, lush beach flora and a wide sweep of soft honey-coloured sandPlease note: Your guide will be happy to drop you off at one of the last beaches on the tour, so feel free to bring your swimsuits and towels to soak up the glorious San Diego sun!
  • With 266 days of golden sunshine a year, San Diego has bright skies and a mild climate benefit with gentle ocean breezes mitigating the heat. On your private driving tour of San Diego’s beachesEnjoy the highlights along San Diego’s picturesque 70-mile coastline.See Coronado Island’s alabaster-white sands and haunted Del Coronado Hotel.Scenic Seaport Village boasts a century-old harbor and numerous seafood cafes.Marvel at the 68-acre Sunset Cliffs Natural Park’s mesmerizing panoramic ocean views.Enjoy the relaxed SoCal hippy vibe of Ocean Beach, where you can grab a quick bite amongst the locals (price not included in the tour).Watch the swells at Pacific Beach - or “PB” as it is known by the local surfer crowd.Visit La Jolla, dubbed ‘Paradise by the Sea’, and is home to a colony of sea lions and seals.Stretching from Oceanside to the Mexican border and from the beach east into Anza-Borrego Desert State Park and the Cleveland National Forest, San Diego’s 70 miles of picturesque coastline boasts 33 gorgeous sandy beaches. Rugged bays and tide-pools teem with barnacles, crabs and sea urchins and are home to seals and sea lions while dolphins, whales and turtles can be spotted in open water. Each beach has its own distinct Southern California beach culture, from skaters on boardwalks to palm-hemmed secluded sands and laid-back hang-outs where surfers rule the waves. Your Private Tour of San Diego Coast and Beaches takes you straight to the finest coastal stretches to discover the heart and soul of the city where, literally, life's a beach.The alabaster-white sands of Coronado Island , home to the haunted Hotel Del Coronado, boasts quintessential San Diego seaside allure, running along Ocean Boulevard and evoking the era of Mariyln Monroe, who famously filmed Some Like It Hot here in 1958. Next Seaport Village where a picturesque century-old harbor-side boasts numerous seafood bistros and waterfront cafes. Along the Point Loma Peninsula’s western shoreline, the 68-acre Sunset Cliffs Natural Park encompasses native coastal scrub, dramatic cliff formations, craggy caves, intertidal lagoons and mesmerizing panoramic ocean views.Your tour continues on to Ocean Beach, with its laid-back rhythm. It has a vintage SoCal hippy vibe with surf shops, taco stands, microbreweries and dog-friendly sands. Here, you can enjoy a pit-stop at one of the many beachside eateries, or wait until you hit the crashing waves of the Pacific Beach. Serious surfers head to Pacific Beach - or “PB” as the locals call it - for an electric party atmosphere, glowing bonfires and excellent swells. Your final stop is La Jolla, a scenic stretch dubbed ‘Paradise by the Sea’ sheltered by a 300-ft rocky bluff that is home to seals, sea lions, numerous seabirds, lush beach flora and a wide sweep of soft honey-colored sand.Please note: Your guide will be happy to drop you off at one of the last beaches on the tour, so feel free to bring your swimsuits and towels to soak up the glorious San Diego sun!

Version 5 – July 22, 2020 16:44

Description Summary
  • Discover which of San Diego's many beaches is your favourite
  • Discover which of San Diego's many beaches is your favorite.
Description
  • With 266 days of golden sunshine a year, San Diego has bright skies and a mild climate benefit with gentle ocean breezes mitigating the heat. On your private driving tour of San Diego’s beachesEnjoy the highlights along San Diego’s picturesque 70-mile coastline.See Coronado Island’s alabaster-white sands and haunted Del Coronado Hotel.Scenic Seaport Village boasts a century-old harbor and numerous seafood cafes.Marvel at the 68-acre Sunset Cliffs Natural Park’s mesmerizing panoramic ocean views.Enjoy the relaxed SoCal hippy vibe of Ocean Beach, where you can grab a quick bite amongst the locals (price not included in the tour).Watch the swells at Pacific Beach - or “PB” as it is known by the local surfer crowd.Visit La Jolla, dubbed ‘Paradise by the Sea’, and is home to a colony of sea lions and seals.Stretching from Oceanside to the Mexican border and from the beach east into Anza-Borrego Desert State Park and the Cleveland National Forest, San Diego’s 70 miles of picturesque coastline boasts 33 gorgeous sandy beaches. Rugged bays and tide-pools teem with barnacles, crabs and sea urchins and are home to seals and sea lions while dolphins, whales and turtles can be spotted in open water. Each beach has its own distinct Southern California beach culture, from skaters on boardwalks to palm-hemmed secluded sands and laid-back hang-outs where surfers rule the waves. Your Private Tour of San Diego Coast and Beaches takes you straight to the finest coastal stretches to discover the heart and soul of the city where, literally, life's a beach.The alabaster-white sands of Coronado Island , home to the haunted Hotel Del Coronado, boasts quintessential San Diego seaside allure, running along Ocean Boulevard and evoking the era of Mariyln Monroe, who famously filmed Some Like It Hot here in 1958. Next Seaport Village where a picturesque century-old harbor-side boasts numerous seafood bistros and waterfront cafes. Along the Point Loma Peninsula’s western shoreline, the 68-acre Sunset Cliffs Natural Park encompasses native coastal scrub, dramatic cliff formations, craggy caves, intertidal lagoons and mesmerizing panoramic ocean views.Your tour continues on to Ocean Beach, with its laid-back rhythm. It has a vintage SoCal hippy vibe with surf shops, taco stands, microbreweries and dog-friendly sands. Here, you can enjoy a pit-stop at one of the many beachside eateries, or wait until you hit the crashing waves of the Pacific Beach. Serious surfers head to Pacific Beach - or “PB” as the locals call it - for an electric party atmosphere, glowing bonfires and excellent swells. Your final stop is La Jolla, a scenic stretch dubbed ‘Paradise by the Sea’ sheltered by a 300-ft rocky bluff that is home to seals, sea lions, numerous seabirds, lush beach flora and a wide sweep of soft honey-colored sand.Please note: Your guide will be happy to drop you off at one of the last beaches on the tour, so feel free to bring your swimsuits and towels to soak up the glorious San Diego sun!
  • With 266 days of golden sunshine a year, San Diego has bright skies and a mild climate benefit with gentle ocean breezes mitigating the heat. On your private driving tour of San Diego’s beaches,Enjoy the highlights along San Diego’s picturesque 70-mile coastline.See Coronado Island’s alabaster-white sands and haunted Del Coronado Hotel.Scenic Seaport Village boasts a century-old harbor and numerous seafood cafes.Marvel at the 68-acre Sunset Cliffs Natural Park’s mesmerizing panoramic ocean views.Enjoy the relaxed SoCal hippy vibe of Ocean Beach, where you can grab a quick bite amongst the locals (price not included in the tour).Watch the swells at Pacific Beach - or “PB” as it is known by the local surfer crowd.Visit La Jolla, dubbed ‘Paradise by the Sea’, and is home to a colony of sea lions and seals.Stretching from Oceanside to the Mexican border and from the beach east into Anza-Borrego Desert State Park and the Cleveland National Forest, San Diego’s 70 miles of picturesque coastline boasts 33 gorgeous sandy beaches. Rugged bays and tide-pools teem with barnacles, crabs and sea urchins and are home to seals and sea lions while dolphins, whales and turtles can be spotted in open water. Each beach has its own distinct Southern California beach culture, from skaters on boardwalks to palm-hemmed secluded sands and laid-back hang-outs where surfers rule the waves. Your Private Tour of San Diego Coast and Beaches takes you straight to the finest coastal stretches to discover the heart and soul of the city where, literally, life's a beach.The alabaster-white sands of Coronado Island , home to the haunted Hotel Del Coronado, boasts quintessential San Diego seaside allure, running along Ocean Boulevard and evoking the era of Mariyln Monroe, who famously filmed Some Like It Hot here in 1958. Next Seaport Village where a picturesque century-old harbor-side boasts numerous seafood bistros and waterfront cafes. Along the Point Loma Peninsula’s western shoreline, the 68-acre Sunset Cliffs Natural Park encompasses native coastal scrub, dramatic cliff formations, craggy caves, intertidal lagoons and mesmerizing panoramic ocean views.Your tour continues on to Ocean Beach, with its laid-back rhythm. It has a vintage SoCal hippy vibe with surf shops, taco stands, microbreweries and dog-friendly sands. Here, you can enjoy a pit-stop at one of the many beachside eateries, or wait until you hit the crashing waves of the Pacific Beach. Serious surfers head to Pacific Beach - or “PB” as the locals call it - for an electric party atmosphere, glowing bonfires and excellent swells. Your final stop is La Jolla, a scenic stretch dubbed ‘Paradise by the Sea’ sheltered by a 300-ft rocky bluff that is home to seals, sea lions, numerous seabirds, lush beach flora and a wide sweep of soft honey-colored sand.Please note: Your guide will be happy to drop you off at one of the last beaches on the tour, so feel free to bring your swimsuits and towels to soak up the glorious San Diego sun!
Cancellation Notes
  • Up to 24 hours before the beginning of the activity: full refund
  • Less than 24 hours before the beginning of the activity or no-show: no refund
  • Up to 24 hours before the beginning of the activity: full refund
  • Less than 24 hours before the beginning of the activity or no-show: no refund