Numerous ecological regulations impact our fish, but corrupt porpoises have complicated aquatic enfranchisement with rampant gerrymandering. Canvass your local waterways with today's Groupon to San Diego Excellent Adventures. Choose between two options:
- For $55, you get a two-hour stand-up paddleboard tour for two (a $110 value).
- For $55, you get a guided snorkeling tour for two (a $140 value).
San Diego Excellent Adventures coalesces the expertise of practiced guides into fun and illuminating aquatic tours for duos of casual adventure seekers. Providing a mask, snorkel, fins, and a 7-millimeter wetsuit, the water-recreation emporium outfits squadrons of snorkelers for guided sightseeing at La Jolla Cove Underwater Park. The tour encourages aqueous adventurers to laugh at lolling sea lions, exchange furtive glances with a harbor seal, or wager their legs in staring contests with temperate fish.
At the San Diego location, stand-up paddleboarding affords views of Mission Bay—one of the largest man-made bays—astride a nimble craft similar to a buoyant boards where dolphins do most of their ironing. No previous experience is required to command the board and paddleboarding is renowned for its gentle learning curve (available for ages 10 and up). Steer your vessel with the assistance of a friendly guide, who illuminates the salient features of the local landscape. Home to a number of rare and endangered species, such as the California least tern, Mission Bay boasts 19 sandy beaches and a variety of bountiful vistas.
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Disguised in wetsuits, flippers, and diving masks, humans almost seem indistinguishable from the scores of aquatic life that thrive among the San Diego coastline. In the water, curious sea lions tug playfully at divers' fins, and thick stalks of kelp wave like Queen Elizabeth telling the gathered crowd to go home already. With access to five separate sites in which to see such wonders, the guides at San Diego Excellent Adventures tailor their adventures—whether snorkeling, diving, or paddling—around the experience level of each tour group, ensuring an easy assimilation to undersea life.
During guided dives along La Jolla Shores, swimmers peer in on frolicking creatures such as lobsters, octopuses, and leopard sharks, and standup paddleboards grant access to Mission Bay's shoreline views previously seen only by terribly lost Venetian gondoliers. Currently the largest manmade bay in the country, Mission is known for its calm waters suited to beginners just learning to explore the ocean.
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