Posts Categorized: San Diego Tours

Historical Museums Abound in San Diego and All are “Must See” Attractions Everyone Should Plan to See

  Museum Galore are what visitor to San Diego are blessed with seeing. This is because San Diego was the white first settlement on the West Coast of the United States. For starters,  Mission San Diego de Alcala was the first of 21 missions founded by Father Junipero Serra in 1769. This historical site should… Read more »

La Jolla Kayak is the Original Kayaking Outfit

Go Kayaking, Snorckeling, Biking & More With La Jolla Kayak

La Jolla Kayak, 2199 Avenida de la Playa, La Jolla (858-459-1114) [lajollakayak.com]. Open daily 8 a.m.–sunset. Established in 1995, they are the original ocean adventure outfitter in San Diego. Today, this full-service kayak, snorkel and bike rental company offers fascinating 90-minute guided tours of the spectacular sea cliffs at the La Jolla Ecological Reserve, the… Read more »

Gaslamp Museum at the William Heath Davis House, the Oldest House in the Gaslamp

The Gaslamp Museum at the William Heath Davis House, built in 1850, is the oldest house in San Diego’s Historic Gaslamp Quarter. Because of the shortage of lumber in the area at the time, 8 to 10 pre-cut houses were purchased from a manufacturer in Portland, Maine and shipped to San Diego. After a long… Read more »

Bike and Kayak Tours Offers Expert Kayaking

Bike & Kayak Tours, Inc. (18) makes exploring the seven caves of La Jolla and the Ecological Reserve , or an exciting free fall bike Tour down Mt. Soledad fun for everyone. The bold faced number in the text corresponds to its location on the La Jolla map. Even snorkeling with leopard sharks is a… Read more »