Taking a guided city tour, much like rummaging through a spouse’s dresser or tugging at a cop’s beard, can reveal surprises you didn’t expect. Uncover the facts with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $49 for a choice of a two-hour segway tour of San Diego or La Jolla (a $149 value)
- $89 for a two-hour advanced segway tour of La Jolla (a $250 value)<p>
During the advanced segway tour, guides and experienced riders explore the city, motoring to the top of Mount Soledad, down to Bird Rock, and back through La Jolla for open-air riding and awe-inspiring views. Tours run throughout the day, with the earliest tour beginning at 6:30 a.m., and all riders are provided with helmets that they must wear for the duration of the tour. Reservations are recommended two to three weeks in advance.
We Love Tourists
We Love Tourists saddles sightseers on segways to glide along San Diego's landmarks and La Jolla's coastal views. Prior to each adventure, the guides introduce explorers to the basic techniques needed to balance, steer, and outwit their futuristic rides. During the roll-about, the team of locals shares inside knowledge and embarrassing baby pictures of city landmarks while gliding past storied locales including San Diego Harbor, the Gaslamp Quarter, and PETCO Park. While trundling through La Jolla, adventurers discover a few of the seaside resort's most stunning surf spots and beaches, wildlife, shopping areas, and parks where segways can play with other two-wheeled pets.
What some people are buzzing about:
95% of 437 customers recommend
“pay attention! great experience and a lot of fun.”
“Great guide and very flexible. Caters to our wishes on sites to see”
“My family of 4 had a great time on the tour led by Todd. We covered a lot of ground and had time to stop at some very scenic and iconic La Jolla attractions. It was...”
“My family of 4 had a great time on the tour led by Todd. We covered a lot of ground and had time to stop at some very scenic and iconic La Jolla attractions. It was great fun. On the drive home we talked about doing the Mount Soledad tour.”