- 78 Ratings
Snorkeling with Sharks in La Jolla
Dive into the crystal clear depths of La Jolla's waters and swim with leopard sharks on an exhilarating snorkel tour.
What You Will Do
- Experience the thrill of swimming alongside leopard sharks, ranging in length from 3 feet to 7 feet. Don't worry, they're completely harmless, and you can even reach out and touch them!
- Sharks won't be the only wildlife you'll encounter, you'll also glide by stingrays and sea turtles during your snorkel tour
- Your amazing tour guide will show you the best La Jolla has to offer; stunning shorelines, wildlife encounters with Sulpin and Sea Bass, and incredible photo opportunities
- Snorkel, mask, and fins
- Expert tour guide
Meet your guide in the grassy area underneath the blue canopy tent located to the left of the parking lot in front of the children's playground.
Cancellations made within 48 hours of your tour will only receive a 50% refund. Cancellations due to weather will be fully refunded or scheduled for a new day at no charge. Days where the surf exceeds 2-3 feet in height, tours will be canceled at that location and you will have the option to reschedule your tour for a different day or switch to a Bay Snorkel Tour which is not affected by high surf!
- 78 Ratings
Our tour guide, Benji, was really nice and knowledgeable. We had a lot of fun. 10/10 will call when we visit San Diego next.
It was a great time, Sean and Jacob (I think?) were fantastic and well informed.
All the staff were awesome!! From Megan who helped me order the tour on line and Evan who was so accommodating afterwards. And Tim and Jonathan who helped us on the tour. Only thing I would suggest is that perhaps guests w children or those who have not grown up around the ocean might consider a little "tamer" activity or that that would b a question to ask potential clients before signing up for the tour. Thanks for an awesome day!!!!
We had a great experience with your team. The only reason for the Somewhat is due to not being able to see any sharks on this day due to water conditions which had nothing to do with Surf You to the Moon.