Heading out to the coast is one of the most obvious choices when it come to things to do in San Diego today, and with good reason, the weather is perfect, the sun is shining off of the water, and the cool waters beckons if you get too warm. A great way to explore San Diego and enjoy its amazing weather is by taking a bike tour of Fiesta Island and the surrounding area.
Bike Ride San Diego takes you on an unforgettable tour of a gorgeous part of San Diego that begins and ends at Fiesta Island. Riding a bike through Fiesta Island, Mission Bay, Pacific Beach, and more lets you take in all of the surroundings at a leisurely pace which is truly the only way to appreciate the area and stands as one of the top San Diego things to do today. The two to three hour tour covers 15 miles on paved roads and trails with little change in elevation so it can be done by anyone in fairly decent shape, even if it’s been a few years since you stepped on a bike. If you are looking for a safe environment to bike around San Diego that can still give you a good workout, a bike tour of Fiesta Island is for you.
The tour costs $125 for one person, but you can add additional riders to your tour for only $75 per person. Times are flexible but a morning tour usually is less windy. You begin by circling Fiesta Island before leaving it and making a bigger circle around the area that takes you to Pacific Beach, Vacation Island, and back along the San Diego River on your return to Fiesta Island. Along the way you’ll visit Crown Point and see San Diego landmarks like the cross atop Mount Soledad, Sea World, and the California Tower in Balboa Park in the distance. Passing by so many amazing places and seeing people engaged in fun activities at the bay and in parks will give you an excellent idea of what to do in San Diego in the future.
Funseekers get to purchase a FunGig that includes a bike tour of Fiesta Island, complete with a bike, helmet, water bottles, and sunscreen. Funbassadors can set up a tour or bring along an extra bike and gear and give their own private tour of the area.