Southern California 

San Diego Adventure

Destination Tours

Preferred Sightseeing 

The Private Tour Experience

$120 pp
9 Hour Tour
Minimum group of 3
Discounted rates of $75 pp for groups 5 or more

Custom designed options offering Fun, Freedom & Flexibility.  You will get out and walk around to see everything up close & personal.  We offer door to door service from the Anaheim Resort and Los Angeles area hotels in a deluxe SUV.  Photo opportunities are endless, time is yours to relax enjoy the sites.

La Jolla Village
Your private adventure begins in La Jolla Village known as the jewel of San Diego. Featuring seven miles of scenic coastline vistas. You will experience incredible 360-degree panoramic views of San Diego from Mount Soledad.

Your next stop includes exploring Historic Old Town. 


Historic Old Town: The birthplace of California & San Diego Harbor

OLD TOWN This historic heart of San Diego. Founded in 1769, Old Town San Diego was California’s first settlement. Here, experience life from the early Mexican-American period of 1821-1872 through its rich living history. Enjoy lush gardens, historic adobe buildings, and specialty shops full of treasures from around the world.

Your following stop is the amazing SAN DIEGO HARBOR where you’ll enjoy ocean breezes surrounding you.  Visit war memorials celebrating World War II at the USS Midway, the Korean War, & Vietnam War, The “Unconditional Surrender”.  Marvel at the giant statue of a World War II Sailor kissing a Nurse.

Gas Lamp Quarter & Coronado Island

THE GASLAMP QUARTERBrowse local markets, restaurants, & pubs, the perfect venue for Lunch! The area is listed as a historic district on the National Register of Historic Places as Gaslamp Quarter Historic District.  Alonzo Horton developed the area in 1867 with hopes of creating a city center closer to the bay. The Gaslamp Quarter covers 16½ blocks of a historical neighborhood in Downtown San Diego and the site of several entertainment and nightlife venues.

CORONADO ISLAND Our final stop is Coronado Island and the world famous Hotel Del Coronado.
Coronado was discovered in the early 17th Century by Spanish explorer Sebastian Vizcaino, naming it Las Yslas Coronadas.

In the nineteenth century, Under Spanish control, Coronado was a safe harbor by whalers.  Mexico’s independence from Spain in 1821, issued land grants for various sections of California, creating the grand rancheros and haciendas including a land grant issued May 15, 1846, to Don Pedro Carrillo, who sold the property five months later to the American trading ship captain, Bezer Simmons, for $1,000.00.

Coronado changed hands over the next 39 November 19, 1885. The beginning of the luxurious Hotel Del Coronado.

Make sure to bring some spending money for lunch, some comfortable shoes, and we suggest a light coat or sweater for our cool California evenings.

Alcoholic beverages are not allowed in the vehicle