Sightseeing in San Diego is a must, as difficult as it might be to tear yourself away from the beach or one of our best attractions. The good news is that it can be done via the expertise of a local and at a pace you're comfortable with. The other decision you'll need to make is whether you'll like to see San Diego by land, sea or sky. Either way the gorgeous Pacific Ocean will likely be in view.
Not only will kayaking in the ocean burn enough calories to enable a splurge on a meal at one of San Diego's best waterfront restaurants, it's an opportunity to explore ocean caves and marine life. La Jolla Kayak can safely guide you on a kayak, snorkel or even a biking tour which stops at another fabulous sightseeing spot in La Jolla, Mount Soledad Veterans Memorial, for a 360 degree panoramic view of the city and an opportunity to take pause and honor war heroes.
If you've ever wanted to take to the skies, Torrey Pines Gliderport is ranked the number one paragliding school in America. Take a lesson, ride tandem or just enjoy the view from the ground.
For families and those who like to tour on their own schedule, Old Town Trolley Tours, lets riders get on and off at their leisure at stops that include Old Town, Coronado and more.
So, shake the sand off. Get out there and do some sightseeing on your own or with a tour at one of San Diego's 10 best sightseeing venues. It's much better than the gym.