I couldn't help but feel like Captain Barbosa or Jack Sparrow as I plunged into the cavernous depths of the Ocean Caves.
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The water is very warm, the beach is very crowded. We went on a kayak and snorkeling tour by the caves but they do not allow you to enter the caves which would have been nice to know at the beginning. The surf around the...More
Taking our 4 year old granddaughter was a joy. She had a ball. We even went down one cave with 149 steps. Don't attempt if your health is already at risk. That is a lot of steps!
The birds and the seals have taken over this treasure of a spot. It used to be a great snorkeling spot, but I wouldn't go in the water. Have a look or drive by, maybe you'll be the lucky one who gets a parking space....More
June 19, 2017; We got the history of the caves, who lived above the caves, who lives in them now and diving off the cliff (now illegal). We did the kayak tour but you can actually arrive above the caves and pay a small fee...More
What a beautiful spot to view the Pacific Ocean, wildlife, swimmers, snorkelers and kayackers. On a clear day, you can take in views all the way to Catalina Island and Dana Point. 'Catch part of the Coat Walk if you can.
Loved this area. When we visited, there were snorkelers and kayakers out on the water and wild sea life sunbathing on the rocks. The views were amazing and there were more seals and sea lions than we could count. It kept us entertained for quite...More