You can rent a kayak or kayak tour at La Jolla Shores, or rent them from REI. I myself have bought my own.
My Kayak, I carry snorkeling gear, flotation device and waterproof cases for gear such as my camera. In this case a point and shoot.
Dont forget a towel and sunscreen.
Lone Leopard Shark, La Jolla Shores.
Multiple Leopard Sharks
La Jolla Shores, starting point, The Seven Sisters Caves ahead.
Seven Sisters and Clamshell Cave, as viewed from The Kelp Beds
Seven Sisters closer in.
Sunny Jim Cave, viewed from the water. The cave can be accessed for a nominal fee from The Cave Store. There is a long stairway leading down to a platform within the cave.
Clamshell Cave, two forward entrances and one rear.
Clamshell Cave the larger forward entrance viewed from within.
Clamshell Cave, a peek at both forward entrances from within.
Within a cave of The Seven Sisters, there are two caves next to each other with an archway separating the entrances.
Some of The Local Sea lions on the rocks.
The Kelp forest lies a bit off shore, Boomers beach is in the foreground.
Purple Striped Jelly
Purple Striped Jelly in The Kelp Forest.
Adult Seal keeping a wary eye upon me. In the far background is the Children's Pool, a favorite with the seals during pupping season.
Though the adults are wary,the young seals are all for a good scratching on my paddle.
After a few good scratches its off to play in the kelp forest.
and with that its time to be off.
Adult Seal sleeping inthe kelp beds its nose potruding and its eyes sheltered beneath.
I apologize for not give out directions to most of my trips, trails change and I do not have the time to keep the site updated. My hikes also span from the easy to the extreme, a lot of places do not even have trails, as well as extreme conditions. Some sites need to be protected as they are fragile and historically sensitive. So if you decide to hike some of these areas, do your research and know your limits, have the proper provisions .Every year many hikers die from not understanding these Simple Rules. San Diego County and surrounding areas are diverse in climate and terrain. Remember if you do decide to Hike do your research, carry the essentials and do so at your own risk. An alternative is to join one of the many hiking groups such as meetup or on facebook ,as well as other social sites. Not only is there safety in numbers but a pooling of knowledge.