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La Jolla Vacation Plan a Fun Fall La Jolla Vacation

Plan a Fun Fall La Jolla Vacation

Fall is a fantastic time of year to plan a getaway, often making the transition out of summer sweet and the move into winter far less jarring for many. When you’re looking for a sunny and scenic place to set your travel sights, La Jolla, California is the ideal spot to settle in and enjoy time away from the daily grind. Options to sunbathe, savor time on the water, or simply get out and explore are many, creating a space where visitors can stretch their imaginations and enjoy life to the fullest. When your plans bring you here this fall, be sure to add these activities to your must-try list during your La Jolla vacation!

Snorkel and Swim

Embrace the fall travel seasons as well as the California state of mind by turning your La Jolla trip into a water-based experience quite unlike any other. This area of Southern California is known and loved for its beautiful shorelines and those that are looking to swim and snorkel their way through a getaway can do so at both Windansea Beach or La Jolla Shores Beach during a stay. For the snorkeling enthusiast, a stop at La Jolla Cove is a must. With a reputation for gentle surf and plenty of fish to be encountered, this area is prime for the exploring.

Kayak the Caves

La Jolla Underwater Park is a highlight of any trip this direction and can be included on the list of must-do activities when you’re here in the fall as well. Hop in your kayak and take time to explore the sea caves with the paddles in hand that are integrated into this vast sea park– but are truly only a portion of the appeal. The La Jolla Underwater Park is a thrilling collection of shoreline, underwater canyons and kelp forests in combination with soaring cliffs and beaches. In total, this park covers 6,000 acres of land and sea, inevitably providing plenty of options for adventure.

Hike Scripps Coastal Reserve Biodiversity Trail

For the fall visitor that loves to hit the trails and make the most of stunning views, a trek up the Scripps Coastal Reserve Biodiversity Trail will do the trick. Accessible at Whitecliff Drive, this trail provides a beautiful and leisurely route that extends approximately half a mile. Along the way, hikers will enjoy options to observe plant and wildlife in combination with sweeping ocean views at the top. For a romantic take on this trail, plan on venturing out in the evening hours when the sun is getting ready to set.

Book Your La Jolla Vacation

No matter what time of year you make your way to sunny La Jolla, the team at La Jolla Vacation Rentals is sure to have accommodations to take your experience to the next level of fun and excellence. Reach out today to learn more about our La Jolla vacation rentals!