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Everyday California's Groupon Deal Lets You Go On A Sea Cave Tour For Cheap

Get ready for an Indiana Jones worthy adventure. Everyday California has a Groupon deal that lets you explore the La Jolla Sea Caves for super cheap. All you need to do is bring yourself, your favorite person, and you've got a trip of a lifetime ahead of you!

This special deal offers you two different kinds of experiences. For $25, you can get a 90-minute tandem (two-person) kayak rental to explore stunning waters, or you can opt for a $54 tour of La Jolla and the sea caves for two people. 

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If you split the cost, you'll save even more cash to splurge on margarita flights or snacks for after your trip. 

The company recommends that you call and check for availability before you book a time slot.

Time slots for summer are available between July 1 - September 7, from 9:30 am, 10 am, and 11 am Monday through Friday, and 9:30 am, and 10 am on weekends. 

It's the perfect way to spend an odd weekday off and get loads of vitamin "sea." 

If you happen to be a beginner kayaker, no worries. Your rental includes a life vest and safety instructions before you begin your exploration.

Just be sure to arrive 30 minutes before your reservation. 

As you kayak part of the day away, you may encounter a variety of sea creatures like sea lions, fish, and more. 

Anyone else thinking about bringing a waterproof disposable camera? It's the perfect way to add a vintage look to your photos. 

Ultimately, the website notes that you'll explore "the Seven Sea Caves and paddle through the La Jolla Ecological Reserve."

You can escape the city and have the ultimate adventure that takes you through sea caves that are estimated to be 75 million years old. 

Explore California La Jolla Cave Tour 

Price: $25 - $54

Address: 2261 Avenida De La Playa, La Jolla, CA

Why You Need To Go: You can go on a super fun kayaking journey for cheap. 

We strongly advise that before you go swimming or visit any location, you check the most recent updates on potential hazards, security, water quality, and closures. If you do plan to visit a location, respect the environment.

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