Snorkeling in La Jolla with leopard sharks is an adrenaline rush.
Are you brave enough to join our La Jolla snorkeling tours? Not to worry, leopard sharks are big, beautiful but considered quite harmless.
Each summer thousands of migrating sharks arrive along the La Jolla coast. Most of these leopard print beauties are pregnant. The females use the shallow, protected areas of ocean to give birth and as a nursery. One of the main hotspots is on the east end of the ecological reserve south of La Jolla Shores near the Marine Room.
After getting into gear and some quick snorkeling instructions, our guides will lead you to the action. The species prefer shallow coastal water so are usually easy to see while snorkeling. Shovelnose guitarfish, rays and a variety of colorful fish are also common in this part of San Diego.
This event is typically available mid-August to October.