Make the most of the sun-kissed California coast by browsing our range of water sports and activities in San Diego. From adrenaline-fueled jet-skiing and surfing, to more chilled water-based experiences for all the family – you can arrange the perfect day out by claiming our deals and discounts. Explore San Diego water sports rentals and discover your new favorite adventure for an affordable price.
Great snorkel tour in a most beautiful and vibrant location. Will be back!!!
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Whether you're looking to go jet skiing in San Diego or do something a little more chilled out, there are plenty of fantastic water activities along the California coast for you and your family to enjoy. Find our answers to your most commonly asked questions. If you're not sure how to use your coupon, or need any other information, the Groupon Manual will help you out.
Renting a boat is a hugely popular water activity in San Diego – and you can expect to pay anywhere from $200 to over $1,000 for the privilege.
The key factors that will affect the cost of renting a boat include the:
Kayak rentals in San Diego are easy to find thanks to the huge popularity of the activity and the easy access to the ocean. There are plenty of kayak rental kiosks for you to choose from.
Some popular kayak rentals include:
Shark diving in San Diego can cost up to $300 per person. The Californian coast is a popular spot for sharks, so you'll find plenty of cage diving experiences in San Diego and the surrounding areas.
The warm oceans mean water visibility averages 40'–100' and water temperatures range from the high 70s to mid-60s depending on the season. You'll have the chance to see mako, blue, hammerhead, and great white sharks depending on the time of year.
The most common type of sharks around La Jolla Cove are leopard sharks. Leopard sharks are typically harmless and are easily noted by the leopard print pattern on their backs.
Because leopard sharks don't have a history of attacking humans, you shouldn't need a shark diving cage to get in the water with them. Instead you can generally go scuba diving in San Diego to get up close and personal with these beautiful creatures. There are sharks in other parts of the San Diego coastline, where you can go shark cage diving if you're brave enough.