Price was o.k. $4 for adults, $3 for child. Watch your head descending steps. Must be able to navigate steps.
There is a nice view at the bottom of the cave. Watch your head going down the stairs though if you are tall.
beautiful view, huge wave! I like the beach because it located downtown of La Jolla with such beautiful view. Very huge wave makes beach difference with normal...
Cool to see the caves... the water was crystal clear which was the highlight for me. Wouldn't have been as awesome with less visibility because the caves weren't the most spectacular. Just a fun thing to go out and do
We walked along the rocks (slippery and uneven) to get to the cave Very beautiful teaming with small wildlife (crabs, snails, etc)
We took the San Diego bike and kayak tour for the 7 la jolla caves. It took a lot of courage to decide this tour being non-swimmers and no kayak experience. We had the triple seat kayak for me, my husband and our 9 year old. They fitted us with a life jacket and helmet. After a short instruction on... More
We stopped here to do a dive but the waves were too big so we couldn't dive but we did stay to watch the wildlife for a bit. Our kids loved watching the sea lions. This is a little beach and free parking is very limited so get there early! On a hot day, the area is packed! Definitely worth... More
You have to go and take a lot of pictures there, The cove is beside of two nice beaches one is very calm perfect for kids like a swimming pool.
We rented two individual kayaks for the morning and headed out to the caves with the watermap (several areas are prohibited including the caves and swimming areas). We floated around the only cave accessible for kayaks (only allowed with a guide). The cave is nothing special so we did not miss floating through. Really amazing is the cove next to... More
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