June 30, 2017
10:50AM - 12:50PM
$38.50 Ages 6+
2261 Avenida De La Playa, La Jolla, CA 92037
If there's enough interest we may get additional boats!
One of Everyday California's experienced guides will take us on an unforgettable tour of La Jolla Ecological Reserve, an MPA (Marine Protected Area) — home to a thriving marine ecosystem that boasts one of the highest concentrations of sea-life in all of California as an ASBS (Area of Special Biological Significance).
Explore 3 distinct micro-habitats in what the Kumeyaay Native Americans named Woholle or “the land of holes”. See the Rose Canyon Fault Line, experience La Jolla’s Seven Sea Caves including the breathtaking view from inside The Clam. We'll also see the the biggest Leopard Shark Aggregation in the world.
Everyday California tours are suitable for almost everyone 6 years and older. No experience is needed to enjoy a kayak tour, their guides will have us paddling around in no time.
We all will be in double kayaks and required to wear provided life jackets and helmets.
Park in the surrounding residential streets. Check in at the large building on the South side of Avenida de la Playa located next to the Woholle Juice Box and Galaxy Taco. They are just down the street from the La Jolla Beach and Tennis Club and Kellogg Park.
With our group size you'll get discounted equipment rentals if you'd like to stay and snorkel (mask/snorkel $5, fins $5) or boogie board $3/hr. Wetsuit can be rented for $5.50. Lockers are available for rent. ($3.30 for a small locker and $5.50 for a large locker)
** To extend your day even further, 2 miles away: Holy Jim Sea Cave
Organized by: Heidi Da Silva, HeidiD@InspireSchools.org, 949-445-1214