It seemed to happen overnight. What was once a rare sight became so common that you cannot ignore it. Dockless electric scooters are everywhere.
The year was 1982. For the California Condor, hope was all but lost. There were only 22 left in the world, and the odds were stacked against them...
Mount Soledad, the highest peak on the coast of San Diego, is a great place to get an unobstructed view of the city and the ocean (especially when the sun is setting).
Perhaps one of the most beautiful spots in San Diego, Sunset Cliffs offers multiple walkable cliff trails and some amazing lookout spots to drop a blanket!
There’s sharks in La Jolla?! Yes. But don’t worry, 99% of these sharks are harmless bottom feeders, and super fun to swim with!
San Diego isn’t just beaches, you know! Balboa Park is San Diego’s premier location for museums, and the park also has some great hidden gems.
Home to a multitude of unique micro-habitats and picturesque coves, it's no surprise that San Diego boasts some of the best snorkeling spots in the U.S.
There’s oxygen from the ocean in every breath we take. Most of that oxygen comes from phytoplankton, whose growth is facilitated by marine manure.
When we think of greenhouse gas emissions, cows and kelp typically aren’t the first things that come to mind.
Our bosses wouldn't spy on us. Why would they? It's not like we play darts, hangout with dogs, or drink beer while we're on the clock. No way. WE'RE PROFESSIONALS.
Kayaking for the first time can be intimidating! The nice thing about exploring the La Jolla Sea Caves is that we have tour guides ready to make this trip a breeze.
How to survive a rip current. The La Jolla beaches in and around La Jolla cove are beautiful, but as always with the ocean, never underestimate it!