Welcome to San Diego. If you have come here to surf and enjoy the local lifestyle, you’re at the right place. Even if this wasn’t a part of your plan, we’re stoked that it is now.
Our mission is to show you an awesome time. No large tourist buses. Instead, you'll get to experience San Diego with a local through surfing.
All sessions are personally guided. We keep it personal and fun.
Enjoy your time and respect the locals. Thanks for giving us the opportunity!
To make it happen contact us. We will get back to you and start coordinating your surf or custom sessions.
Here are a few extra places that you can check out. Each has it's own uniqueness and rich culture.
Point Loma & Sunset Cliffs
Pacific Beach Party Scene
Torrey Pines Golf Course
Cardiff & Solana Beach
South Park (not the TV Show)
Fashion Valley Mall
Whatever you want to do we can help you make it happen.
South Park (You won't see Cartman & Friends)
Long before the hit cartoon South Park aired, this quaint vintage neighborhood in San Diego had already existed for at least 100 years. Lined with Victorian and Craftsman style houses, South Park has evolved into one of San Diego's chic neighborhoods where old and new are fused together. My friends and I recently attended the Spring Walk About. We enjoyed Local San Diego Micro Brewed Beer paired with Garlic Tator Tots and a mean burger at Station Tavern & Burgers. It had a lively ambiance filled with a mix of the twenty-somethings and families. We continued the evening with a stroll, checking out the local boutiques and merchants and ended with a hot cup of oragnic coffee from the local coffee shop. I wish we had more time to explore all the different restaurants and cafes. We will definitely be returning there soon. If you're in the Balboa Park, Hillcrest, or North Park neighborhoods, definitely venture into South Park and enjoy a beer or even delicious local handcrafted food from MIHO Gastrotruck.
It’s easy to see why La Jolla is one of the most popular destinations in the world --- Mt. Soledad, the Children’s Pool, and shopping on Prospect Street. As for us locals, we’re just stoked about the beach, surf, and neighborhood eats. It’s a mellow place to be, and an awesome place to stay if you surf. Breakfast at Pannikin’s is required as well as a sandwich from Sandwich Club or the Cheese Shop. If you’re into seafood, El Pescador has the freshest selection and an excellent Salmon Burger. Hike down to Black’s and play volleyball with some naked dudes and ladies at the unofficial “nudity permitted” section below the Glider Port. It’s the closest beach you’ll find to a French one.
Home to more than a handful of professional surfers, this HWY 101 stretch offers a variety of breaks starting from Seaside to Moonlight. A breakfast burrito from Pipe’s Café is highly recommended as well as an acai bowl from Swami’s Cafe. Naked Café is also an excellent place to breakfast, lunch, or brunch for healthy eaters. If you’re into comfort foods like pizza, garlic bread, and beer you must eat at Pizza Port. For people who have a bad sweet tooth, stop by VGs for a fresh donut or pastry.
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Brazilians have made an awesome contribution to San Diego. Along with Brazilian cut bikinis, they brought the Acai Bowl from Rio to here. What am I talking about? You know, the purple smoothie beverage looking thing topped with blueberries, strawberries, bananas, granola, and honey; when you see the letters A-C-A-I you want to say "Ah-Kai". Well it's Ah-Sah-EE and be sure to remember the pronunciation when you order one from these excellent places:
1) Chronic Smoothies/Blazin' Grill on Turquoise Street in North Pacific Beach. Their Acai bowls are perfect for those who enjoy semi-sweet taste and shaved coconut. You pay $4.20 for a 16 Oz. loaded with Acai blended in light soy and apple juice with berries, bananas, and shaved coconut. I really like Chronic because it's lightly sweetened and the portion is awesome.
2) Rum Jungle on Mission Blvd. in the City Boxing Plaza. Their Acai bowls are full flavoured refreshers. For a little over $5.00 you can get a small bowl filled with the deep purple acai smoothie blended with apple juice topped with granola, fresh berries, banans, and finished with a generous honey drizzle.
3) Swami's Cafe on HWY 101 in Encinitas. They make their acai bowls with much love. In addition to the staple ingredients for an Acai bowl, Swami's finishes theirs with honey and bee pollen.
Carmel Valley Skatepark is the latest addition to the San Diego City Parks and Recreation. Designed by former professionals such as Tony Magnusson, the skatepark features a deep challenging concrete pool, brick pyramid and marble ledge, concrete ramps, and a bowl corner with a ditch that's kinked. If you haven't heard, in an effort to reduce costs the City skateparks have been open to the public for FREE. Skatepark photos will be posted soon or for detailed descriptions visit: www.socalskateparks.com
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