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La Jolla Cove, San Diego’s most desirable spot for kayaking, snorkeling and diving, has become home to California’s largest seal and sea lion population. La Jolla Cove is free and completely open to public access – no trip to California will be complete without visiting, and I guarantee you will never see a seal and sea lion colony anywhere like this in the world!

Visually, the cove is breathtakingly. Somewhat hidden with alluring curves and caves, it is often cited as the most photographed beach in San Diego. 

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  1. Great article! Adventurous yet close to home – well written, thank you for sharing

    • Thanks Denea! Love this part of California – can’t wait to travel back here :)

  2. We went kayaking there last February and saw a TON of little sandsharks. I flipped out a little bit!

    • Wow how crazy – we didn’t see any sharks at all; I probably would have flipped out as well! Thankfully they don’t eat people :D!

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