San Diego and La Jolla have active scuba diving communities, so why not try a new adventure? You can also try a diving trip to nearby Catalina.
You never know what you mights see - octopus, crabs, schools of fish. Each visit is a different experience.
Boomers at La Jolla Cove
The Caves at La Jolla Cove
The Marine Room reefs
Casa Cove (south Casa)
Advanced divers can explore other sites, including the La Jolla Submarine Canyon and Scripps Canyon. These are some of the most-studies undersea environments in the world, close to the world-famous Scripps Institute of Oceanography and Scripps Pier.
For other recommendations, see the San Diego Divebums website. www.divebums.com
San Diego Divers is a great dive shop for scuba lessons, buying and renting gear, and learning from local experts. We took their entry level scuba diving class which included classroom lessons, 6 hours of pool training, and 1 snorkel and 4 scuba dives off La Jolla Shores. Our instructor Rob was great. You can take advantage of the local diving, or get certified before your vacation to other diving spots around the world. Check them out at www.sandiegodivers.com
Divebums is a San Diego dive website with great information about San Diego dive spots, local diving conditions, such as which sites are best to scuba San Diego at certain tide conditions. They also have great scuba dive photos taken by local divers. Visit them on the San Diego Divebums website. www.divebums.com
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