Of all the great things to do in San Diego today, one of the top is to spend some time on the water. Stand up Paddleboarding lets you do exactly that, while getting a great workout and exploring the San Diego Bay.
California Paddleboard Tours offer the chance to take a guided tour of the bay around Harbor Island with incredible views throughout the journey. You don’t need to be an expert on a stand up paddleboard, in fact it’s perfectly fine if you’ve never been on one before in your life. All you need is to be in reasonably good physical shape and have a sense of adventure and the desire to try something new. While out on the tour you may have the chance to have some up close encounters with wildlife like pelicans and harbor seals and you will certainly enjoy breath-taking views of downtown San Diego, Bankers Hill, Spanish Landing, the Coronado Bridge, and more. Spending the day out on a stand up paddleboard is the perfect way to clear your mind and escape all of your daily concerns. Not only that, but you are getting some sun, enjoying the sights, and taking part in one of the best San Diego things to do today.
Stand up paddleboard tours start at $56.85 and depart daily, every hour on the hour from 9:00AM to 4:00PM. The tour leaves from Cabrillo Isle Marina in Harbor Island and there are two separate tours offered, the half circuit and the full circuit. If you’re up for the challenge and can complete the full circuit you are rewarded with a free lunch – it doesn’t get any better than that. The calm waters of the marina area and the soft sand beach make this an ideal place to stand up paddleboard as well as an easy place to learn if you’ve never done it before. Stand up paddleboarding is one of the top things to do in San Diego no matter where you do it, but doing it around Harbor Island is even better because of the calm water and the spectacular views.
Funseekers have the opportunity to purchase a FunGig that includes stand up paddleboarding lessons, a rental, and a tour. Meanwhile, Funbassadors can pick up a few extra bucks by sharing their stand up paddleboarding expertise, providing a board, and giving a tour of their own.