Diving for lobsters allows you to remove things from the water that are just taking up space where cool skeletons could be instead. Sink your claws into this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $34 for a two-hour lobster-diving tour for one (a $68 value)
- $59 for a two-hour lobster-diving tour for two (a $136 value)
Departing at night, when lobsters are most active, groups dive into the water equipped with a wetsuit, snorkel, protective gloves, and dive lights to seek out the live crustaceans in their natural habitat. Boots, hoods, and a snug wetsuit keep divers protected from the cool water. Throughout the 60- to 80-minute dive, guides offer training and tips for grabbing the lobsters. Each guest can take home up to seven lobsters of legal size. This deal does not include any extra fees for the required fishing license ($14) or lobster report card ($8). The dive is an ideal date, family trip, or outing for friends, and no experience is required.
La Jolla Water Sports
At La Jolla Water Sports, guides undergo extensive training before captaining snorkeling excursions into the calm, crystalline waters of the Pacific. The experts escort 6 to 12 patrons at a time on shark tours) of the shallow, sandy flats where small-mouthed leopard sharks up to 5 feet long lounge on their easy chairs of sand. Snorkeling tours of the La Jolla cove grant participants, including beginners and kids, a siren's-eye view of rock formations, underwater flora, and marina critters including garibaldi fish, sea cucumbers, anemones, and starfish. The most action-packed of La Jolla Water Sports's offerings are the spearfishing tours in which leaders expound on the importance of safety and proper form as customers skewer fish before schlepping them home for dinner or as treats for pet grizzly bears.
“Friendly people, location is behind the gas station in the alley, kinda confusing. They also have a nice bulldog too. ”
“Go checkout something new”
“Wet suits are a good add on but not necessary if you are used to California waters. ”