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A Travel Blog entry by lucyholliday from La Jolla, California, United States
... , so dont go climbing the cliffs at La Jolla! They are also famous for their marine life and the whole La Jolla coast is protected, they also have a lot of caves! We were going to go snorkelling or kayaking here but we it was forecast to be a bit cold ...
A Travel Blog entry by lojoandang from San Diego, California, United States
Visited La Jolla today and did some sea kayaking and did a visit to the caves. No photos yet of La Jolla, we had to buy a water proof camera to take photos, waiting to get this devloped! We can tell you though that we saw a giant jelly fish and ...
A Travel Blog entry by robannie from San Diego, California, United States
... ; for amazing views across the city and back up the coast. definitely worth the effort.. then we did the scenic drive round La Jolla , translated as the jewel. the tiny town sits atop cliffs surrounded on three sides by the ocean, the coastline is rugged ...
A Travel Blog entry by sc89 from San Diego, California, United States
... zones!) so decided to go sea kayaking! It was amazing, the water was pretty calm and we were able to kayak out to the La Jolla caves and were joined by seals, sea lions and leopard sharks (harmless, don't worry!). It was a great couple of ...
A Travel Blog entry by kwmg from San Diego, California, United States
... surrounding the sea. We signed up for a Cave kayak tour that promised to take us out past the surf and into the La Jolla caves were the seas lions and seals spend their days. We paddled out past the surf break without a hitch and wadding in the ...
A Travel Blog entry by stevensfamily from San Diego, California, United States
... early, we called it an early night and went back to the hotel. The next day, we drove out to La Jolla and went kayaking to the sea caves. While waiting on our tour, we ate at Jeff's Burgers. My husband and I both ordered the Jeff's burger and it ...
A Travel Blog entry by markandjen from San Diego, California, United States
Coming off from the unique coastal highway, we stopped in one of San Diego's areas at La Jolla for a look round its shops & sea caves. Keen to sample the Mexican foods famous in San Diego, we went out in the Old Town and enjoyed the buzz that this ...
A Travel Blog entry by shaudenschild from Long Beach, California, United States
... beobachten zu können... Wir haben auch einen Tagesausflug nach San Diego gemacht, dort sind wir zuerst in La Jolla eine Kayak Tour zu den Seven Caves und durch den Unterwasserpark gemacht. Da das Meer ziemlich rau war, konnten wir leider in keinen der ...
A Travel Blog entry by cawleyadventure from San Diego, California, United States
... are all due to start new schools in a couple of weeks but were already well into the California beach life by taking surfing lessons at La Jolla beach. We all went down there to take in some rays and waves and also arranged to go on a kayak trip out to ...
A Travel Blog entry by salsatiff from Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain and Canary Islands
... by Jack Johnson, G-Love and Mason Jennings at the Barcelona Olympic Stadium... followed by a palette of tapas that would put the La Jolla Roppongi's to shame and soft splashes of red and white Sangria in between. Joanna (my beautiful Salsa sista who is a ...
A Travel Blog entry by lizzel from San Diego, California, United States
... dive joint called Hodad's. definately worth sacrificing the whale watching! There's a great little place we visited called La Jolla - beautiful coastline, caves and loads of pelicans and seals. I am now a big fan of San Diego and hopefully will return ...
A Travel Blog entry by bookiemama from Anaheim, California, United States
Nice quiet day today, headed down to La Jolla Cove and walked on the beach exploring the tidepools and rocky outcrops. There are caves here that can only be explored by kayaking in from the ocean, but we will have to save that for another trip. Had ...
A Travel Blog entry by jtopping from San Diego, California, United States
Today we woke up on the later side and went kayaking on the ocean in La Jolla. Got to see some seals and sweet caves...a chillin day....done the San Diego way. -Jasonie ...
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1325 Coast Blvd. at Prospect, , La Jolla, California, United States11 reviews
In addition to a vast variety of merchandise related to the sea, the real attraction is a tunnel that descends 145 steps to Sunny Jim Cave below.
La Jolla, California, United States105 reviews
Seven elongated fissures in the cliff walls that can be entered during low tide.