People often describe strange sea creatures by comparing them to familiar land animals, giving the name "cows of the sea" to manatees and "yaks of the sea" to kayaks. Encounter marine mammals with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $25 for a two-hour kayak tour of sea caves (up to a $65 value)
- $35 for a kayak and snorkeling tour of sea caves (up to a $69 value)
For the kayak tour, tour-goers paddle in formation behind an experienced guide and cruise through La Jolla's ecological preserve to explore the seven sea caves from stable, sit-on-top kayaks that are ideal for beginners. The certified guides possess knowledge about the area’s wildlife and history and mete out anecdotal tidbits that leave tours hungry for more. The groups regularly encounter barking harbor seals and sea lions, curious dolphins, and harmless leopard sharks—proof that a leopard can't change its spots but can exchange its legs for fins.
Alternatively, during the kayak and snorkeling tour which is being offered for the first time, groups proceed to the seven sea caves, anchor, and then snorkel the area to interact with the indigenous critters. After making new aquatic friends for two hours groups ride a wave back to the shores, where they are free to continue snorkeling for another two hours.
Action water-sports shop Everyday California wrangles an experienced team of experts to escort patrons on kayak, surfing, and snorkeling tours. The shop as been lauded by publications including the Chicago Tribune for its exploration of the earth's watery expanses that offer glimpses of marine creatures such as sea turtles, sea lions, seals, dolphins, and cormorants. Kayak tours take paddlers out on a variety of adventures, including destinations such as seven sea caves, the paths of migrating gray whales, and underwater kelp forests. Everyday California also rents out kayaks, snorkel gear, surfboards, paddleboards, and saddles for baby belugas.
“Great, friendly group!”
“Call to book tour early, wonderful people and experience! Definitely will go back”
“It's a decent tour for $25. I wouldn't pay full price, however. It was fun.”