Our San Diego City and Coronado Island Tours
You can travel south with us aboard our luxurious Sprinter vans. We will take the scenic route, passing Dana Point, San Juan Capistrano, and Del Mar. Once we arrive in La Jolla, we will wind around the breathtaking cliffs to see barking seals on the rocks below. On our way to San Diego, we can take a gander at the picturesque sandy beaches and crystal-blue ocean views.
Downtown San Diego
Arriving in San Diego, we will show you the diverse communities and various areas of San Diego’s Downtown as well as the old-world buildings of the historic Gaslamp Quarter. You can also visit the Embarcadero—a bustling cruise-ship hub featuring wonderful harbor views. At this hub, you can marvel at the detailed engineering that went into creating the USS Midway—an aircraft carrier of the U.S. Navy, the lead ship of her class, and the first one to be commissioned after the end of World War II.
Traveling to Coronado Island
While crossing the Coronado Bay Bridge to Coronado Island, we will be in search of the grand ‘ole lady, the Hotel Del Coronado—affectionately known as the Hotel Del. This beautiful turreted Victorian luxury hotel is a beachfront property that has remained a national treasure since its construction in 1888.
The mile-long Main Street is a pedestrian’s paradise, and its tree-lined streets are delightfully dotted with enchanting boutiques and trendy restaurants. We could stop for lunch here if you choose! Coronado feels a world away from the soaring buildings in downtown San Diego.
OLD TOWN is the historic heart of San Diego. Created in 1769, Old Town San Diego was California’s first settlement with only a mission and a fort.
Experience life from the early Mexican-American period of 1821-1872 through rich living history programs. Watch forms come to life at the blacksmith and woodworker shops, and read a newspaper from the 19th century. Indulge in authentic Mexican food at one of the many restaurants or dance to the strolling mariachis. Year round, Old Town is the place for food, folklore, and fun.
When crossing back over the bridge and heading north, we can stop at Old Town—San Diego’s birthplace and California’s first settlement. This could also be an optional stop for lunch at the Old Town Cafe where you can watch homemade tortillas being made.