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Went through a couple of caves and got some excellent footage of them especially the cave that starts off in a store with a long stairway that was dug out by hand in the early 1900's . Worth the trip .
Had a great time! Really cool to see all the houses and the ones falling into the ocean! The cave you go in is not like I thought it would be. We were in and out in a matter of minutes because there were SO...More
We toured the caves via a Kayak tour provided by Everyday California which i highly recomend! The tour leaves from LaJolla Shores beach (a hidden GEM itself) and a guide navigates you to the caves near LaJolla Cove. It is an AMAZING experience and you...More
I wanted to go kayaking and visit the cave that way but it was chilly for September and the waves were pretty big so I paid the five dollar entrance fee and went in through the Cave Store. There are a lot of steps but...More
La Jolla caves are fun, and interesting. They can be dark at times, unpredictable, but monitored. It cost to go down into the caves, but the coves are nearvy and all over La Jolla. It is stinky at times though.. Some mornings the odor from...More
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There are several companies operating Kayak tours. You can check under "Activities" on Trip Advisor or Google Kayak Tours La Jolla. Several operate year round, though sometimes only on weekends in the winter. It can be... More
There are several companies operating Kayak tours. You can check under "Activities" on Trip Advisor or Google Kayak Tours La Jolla. Several operate year round, though sometimes only on weekends in the winter. It can be cold, though and this winter is much more rainy than usual -- so check the weather and dress accordingly! (By the way, the tour companies say they take tours of the caves. The kayak's don't go into the caves. They go past a number of shallow caves and usually stop outside and peer into the big cave. If you are kayaking on your own -- you can go through the cave (only about 30 feet wide) on one side and come out the other BUT, on weekends there will usually be a lifeguard or kayak company employee telling you you can't (because the don't want the tours going through so they just exclude everyone) and, if you're doing it on your own -- do not enter if water levels are low or if there is any sort of surge. It can be very dangerous! You should only attempt it in flat water where the cave rocks are well covered by water and when there is no surge. And even then it is not for amateurs! Have fun.