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Découvrez la beauté et le charme du littoral de La Jolla et de San Diego pendant cette excursion de deux heures et demie en vélo. La plupart des cyclistes pourront suivre le rythme (il est conseillé d'avoir un minimum d'expérience) et la visite vous emmène du sommet du Mont Soledad avec sa vue panoramique de la ville jusqu'aux falaises de La Jolla et aux plages de surf de Pacific Beach. Découvrez les phoques et les flaques de marée de La Jolla, pénétrez dans l'une des grottes maritimes et découvrez la vie marine et protégée de la région en écoutant un guide naturaliste local.
On this typical, sunny and gorgeous San Diego day, we started at the top and wound our way down the side of the mountain on the coast. Nothing but pleasure and a good work out. Felt great! Our guide had story after story and comments galore that helped us appreciate this area. I highly recommend!
You can admire the sea views of La Jolla while riding the bicycle and enjoying the sunshine and wind. What you can see is the sea shores of La Jolla, the sea seals and sea lions lying near the beaches, and the secret tunnel where the smuggling of alcohol took place in the past.
The tour guide is talkative. He was born in San Diego, and he shared to me about his home city.
What a nice, leisurely bike ride. Yes, a bit of it was spent in residential neighborhoods, but those are the areas I would never get to see otherwise. The end of the tour is spent near the water, which was fun! It was a beautiful day and an enjoyable bike ride. PS - I only had to walk my bike up a hill once!!
My girfriend and I went to do this activity last weekend.
This tour is very close to false advertising:
- The tour was a little less than 2 hours, not 2.5, with less than one hour of actual cycling
- We actually did 4.5 miles, not 10 miles
- No snacks were provided
- We haven't met any naturalist guide supposed to talk about the geology and ecology of the caves
On top of it, La Jolla was extremely foggy at the time we did the tour, we could not see anything no view, no panoramic landscape, no scenery, nothing but thick white fog. They can't do much about the morning weather, but they could have offered to reschedule to later.
Do yourself a favor, just take a bike and cycle around la Jolla, you'll save 40 per person and will have pretty much the same experience.