The La Jolla Caves are some unique cave formations in the La Jolla area of San Diego and close to the beach. The cool waters of the area are known to be ideal for swimming, snorkeling, scuba diving or just kayaking around to get a glimpse of the caves and the natural formations.
There is also a vast underwater life there as is the Garibaldi, the California state fish, seals, sea lions and the local sea life. There are protected sea cliffs that rise by the area and offer some fantastic views. Snorkeling and water play is especially popular with the sea sports enthusiast while the breathtaking views of the caves can inspire the nature and adventure lover.
The La Jolla underwater park is a jewel in the crown as the name of the place literally means ‘the jewel’ in Spanish. The area is full of San Diego restaurants and shopping life while there is also a children’s pool nearby for the children to relax in the waters.
It is safe to explore the caves in calm waters and fishing is also prohibited in the area. There are no public restrooms available but that should not deter anyone from visiting and experiencing these caves first hand.