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La Jolla Caves

In addition to the beaches La Jolla gives the San Diego area, it also has some amazing caves. The caves of La Jolla are wonderful for tours, exploring, or anyone wanting to see the best of La Jolla.

There are seven caves carved into the sandstone cliffs of La Jolla. Most of the time, you can visit any of these caves by sea kayak. All but one are accessible by foot, but you should be very alert when minus tides sweep the area.

The Sunny Jim Cave is one of the most popular and well known caves of La Jolla. You can enter through the Cave Store by paying a small charge. There are 145 steep steps to get through the cave, which is great for exploring and seeing the area.

The cave store can tell you many things about the caves and also hosts tours. If you plan to visit the La Jolla area of San Diego, the caves can be a perfect place to explore. Those of you who have kids coming along for the trip should remember to be very careful. Even though the caves provide a lot of beauty, they can also provide a lot of danger as well.

 

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