San Diego snorkeling and scuba diving offer opportunities for wonderful adventures along the spectacular coastline of this beautiful city. Get up close to the world beneath San Diego's ocean by signing up for a snorkeling or scuba diving experience.
La Jolla Cove and the La Jolla Ecological Reserve are great places for exploring underground life. You might spot a giant black sea bass, leopard shark, lobsters, colorful starfish, crabs, rays, perch, sea lions, seals, Garibaldi, and dolphins.
Scuba divers can also explore Wreck Alley. This is located just a few miles off the beach at Mission Bay. Eight ships have wrecked and sunk in this area creating artificial reefs that are rich with colorful sealife.
Los Coronados Islands (also called Coronado Islands) is another popular scuba diving site. They are 3 volcanic islands located 20 miles south of Mission Bay; 4 miles south of the Mexican border. You will find many sea lions, harbor seals, sea urchins, horn sharks, purple coral, Moray eels, and octopus. Divers enjoy a visibility of 50 to 150 feet.
1273 Scott Street, San Diego, CA 92106
Phone: (619) 222-0060
Scuba diving and training.
Address: 1500 Quivira Way D-Dock, San Diego, CA 92109
Telephone: (619) 523-9282
Dive Connections offers a variety of daily dives.
Address: 2246 Avenida de la Playa, La Jolla, CA 92037
Telephone: (866) 425-2925
Snorkeling, kayaking, surfing, and biking available.
Address: 7730 Herschel #AA, La Jolla, CA 92037
Telephone: (619) 203-3476
Snorkeling, scuba certification, shore and boat dives, guided night dives, and introduction dives.
Address: 1775 East Mission Bay Drive, San Diego
Telephone: (619) 260-1880
Scuba San Diego offers scuba diving, snorkeling, and kayaking experiences.
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