- 60 Ratings
Snorkeling with Leopard Sharks in Laguna Beach
Grab a snorkel and wade into the Pacific Ocean to explore the underwater beauty of Laguna Beach. See how many leopard sharks you can spot, and encounter other native fish as well.
What You Will Do
- Explore an underwater world off the coast of California, where year-round warm temperatures make for an ideal snorkeling environment
- Snorkel through the azure waters of the Pacific to get an up-close look at leopard sharks and the unique markings that give them their name
- Follow your guide to spots teeming with all kinds of other local fish
- Explore sea caves where the sun gleams across aquamarine waters and reflects across the slippery walls
- Practice your snorkeling technique on the white sands of Laguna Beach before getting out into the waves
- Snorkeling equipment
Participants should be strong swimmers.
Cancellations made less than 48 hours prior to tour will receive a 50% refund. Safety is our top priority, so sometimes we need to reschedule tours. If this happens, you have the option to reschedule, apply your balance for a different activity or receive a 50% refund.
- 60 Ratings
Did t really see to many fish and there was not much variety in species, saw maybe 2 different kinda.
I t was fun and guys were awesomw. Although it was exhausting
It was a fun experience and we saw all the fish we expected.
There weren't that many fish to see.
Snorkeling was fantastic and, once I got the hang of it, really loved it. Kudos to my guide, Alexia. The problem was, finding her and her finding me (and the other 2 guys that came). Maybe this has been rectified, but we were told to show up on the beach at Goff Island. It did show up on GPS, but was really tough to find, especially parking, as it was all prohibited residential. (I spent quite a bit of time the night before finding this place so that I would be on time the next morning). A lifeguard at Aliso Beach a half mile south had never heard of Goff Island. I arrived plenty early Monday morning and called Surf You to the Moon to ask if there was a safe place to leave my phone. We finally concluded "in my car". I waited at Goff Island for over half an hour until, finally, the two other guys left but encountered the guide and the equipment in the park above. She came and found me and we were set. She had been calling and texting but, I wasn't willing to leave my expensive phone lying in the sand while snorkeling. It all worked out in the end and I was very happy with the dive (my first one, a bucket list thing), but for a while I thought it wasn't going to happen. So, a simple explanation of parking possibilities and where to meet up with the guide would be so much better. Thanks again for the dive, and for asking my opinion.
Alexia was caring and authentic. I had a relaxed, safe and comfortable time snorkeling at Goff Island in Laguna Beach; Thank you.
Easy going team. Patient.
Everything was great. People need floaters however...I just could not swim that long.
I feel bad I forgot the guides name but hes was patient with the group of beginners and he made sure we got out to clear water to see all the cool ass fish. I couldn't have asked for a better experience as a first timmer.
Awesome employees. I brought 2 autistic kids and they had an amazing time. They loved it. Very understanding and patient. Thanks!!!
Although there wasn't much to see, tour guides Jeff and Sean were wonderful. They were very informative, professional, and so helpful. They were great!
Very accommodating ~ they rescheduled due to rough water and on the day we rescheduled to~ we were running late and Sean was so kind, he let us keep our session and did not rush us through it.
We had so much fun as a group. The water was a little murky but we really enjoyed the time we had. The tour guide was so sweet and you could tell she loved doing her job. Would love to come again and would suggest to any friends in town!