"IF YOU NEVER DID, YOU SHOULD. THESE THINGS ARE FUN, AND FUN IS GOOD."
- Dr. Seuss
Book a tour, and let one of our experienced guides take you from La Jolla Shores across the many microhabitats of La Jolla's Ecological Reserve, a protected area that is home to an impressive variety of sea life. After grabbing our gear, we'll paddle across the water while taking in the sites of the beautiful sandstone cliffs before exploring the Seven Sea Caves. While on the tour, you're likely to see the docile and elusive Leopard Sharks who enjoy the warm and calm waters of La Jolla. You'll also get a glimpse of Sea Lions, the bright orange Garibaldi, and even Gray Whales or dolphins depending on the time of year.
No matter if you're new to kayaking or experienced, this is sure to be an unforgettable adventure that you'll brag about to your friends for years to come!
SINGLE OR TANDEM KAYAK TOURS
Two Hour Tours: Starting at $30
Perfect if you like to paddle for yourself. Whether you're a novice or a pro, our single kayaks are wide and stable in the water, making it easy for you to enjoy. With two hour tours starting at just $40, our prices are the best around!
Going with a friend or child? Book a tandem kayak tour! Our 12 foot tandem kayaks have plenty of room for two people, and are 34 inches wide to provide stability while you paddle. When booking, you only need one reservation for both people, but please provide both names so our guides can prepare.Tandem kayak tours start at just $50!
We recommend that children under age 10 are paired with an adult.
Daily Tours Starting at $30; Start Times Vary
SUNSET FROM THE WATER:
Nothing beats a La Jolla sunset! These tours provide all of the same fun and adventure of a regular two-hour tour with the bonus of having a front row seat to a breathtaking sunset. Just like the timing of the sun, our start times for this tour vary based on time of year in order to ensure that you receive a full tour with a little something extra at the end. Once the sun dips below the horizon, we'll bring everyone into shore while there's still plenty of light.
How to Prepare for Your Tour
Location, Timing, Gear, Instructions