Can I bring my own kayak to La Jolla Cove?

Can I take my own kayak to La Jolla Sea Caves?

Wetsuits are the best and most appropriate thing to wear while kayaking through the La Jolla coves. If you have your own, bring it along. But if you don’t, the best thing to wear is a bathing suit. … Wetsuits will keep you warm and better able to enjoy your La Jolla kayaking adventure.

Do I need a permit to kayak in San Diego?

Yes, you have to register a kayak or canoe with a trolling motor in California. “… every motor-driven vessel (regardless of length) that is not documented by the U.S. Coast Guard which is used or on the waters of (California) are subject to registration by the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV).”

Where can I launch my kayak in San Diego?

If you have your own boat, you can launch your kayak right off of the shores of Point Loma at Sun Harbor Marina. Or, you can rent kayaks and book tours through OEX Point Loma. Kayaking around this peninsula is a wonderful way to see both San Diego’s skyline and the city’s natural beauty.

How much does it cost to rent a kayak in La Jolla?


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When: We rent kayaks year round!
Duration: 1.5 Hours
Start Times: Throughout the Day
Meeting Place: Everyday California 2261 Avenida de la Playa, La Jolla, CA 92037
Price: Best Price Guaranteed!

Is it safe to snorkel in La Jolla Cove?

Snorkeling at La Jolla Shores is best on either end of the swimmer’s beach (either north of the pier or south near the Marine Room restaurant). There are sting rays in this area, so just be sure to shuffle your feet as you enter the water to let them know you’re there.

What is the best time to kayak in La Jolla?

The best time to go is whenever you want! Our tours start as early as 9:20am (depending on the day), and the last tour comes back as the sun goes down, again depending on the day and time of year.

Do I need a river Licence for a kayak?

It’s not just narrowboats that need a licence on our canals and rivers. All portable, unpowered craft such as canoes, kayaks, dinghies, rowing boats, paddleboards and even light inflatable craft do too.