Surfing is certainly one of the most popular sports in the world.
Surfers travel from far and wide to ride the legendary waves of Trestles Beach.
Kayaking in the sea caves of La Jolla is a one-of-a-kind adventure that combines stunning natural beauty, marine life sightings, and exciting physical activity.
Cold water surfing conditions can still be enjoyable so long as you have the right gear and are prepared.
Knowing how to figure out the height of a wave is sometimes tricky, but there are a few ways that, with practice, work well.
Do you have some free time to explore San Diego? If so, make sure to check out these 19 San Diego attractions while you’re there!
One of the highlights of being in La Jolla during the spring and summer months is witnessing the massive migration of one of our favorite locals, the leopard sharks.
Are you finally ready to take on the waves and get some adrenaline pumping? If you are, check out our guide to surfing foundations and start surfing!
Interested in spending a wondrous day in La Jolla? You’ve come to the right place to learn what to do in La Jolla for a day!
If you're a beginner surfer, you may be wondering how to improve your surf fitness. These are some exercises you can do at home that mimic surf movements.
Located on the picturesque coastline, the La Jolla Caves are a unique geological formation carved out by the relentless force of the Pacific Ocean.
Surfing is a sport that has developed its own unique language over the years. To help demystify this language, we have created The Complete Dictionary of Surf Lingo.