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SanDiego.com Declares the Top San Diego Tours for Spring 2013

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Spring has sprung and it's a beautiful time of year to be in San Diego. Visitors can make the msot of their stay in America's Finest City by booking the top San Diego tours for spring 2013.

San Diego County is made up of diverse regions from coastal bluffs and beautiful beaches to local mountains and a fun downtown scene. A great way to experience the ins and outs of San Diego is with a fun and educational tour that gives visitors an in depth look at some of San Diego's best attractions.

From kayaking the La Jolla Underwater Park to whale watching on a luxurious yacht, there is a perfect San Diego tour for every kind of visitor this spring.

  1. Whale Watching with Hornblower Cruises and Events: Whale watching season ends mid April, so now is the time to book an exciting whale watching tour aboard a Hornblower luxury yacht in San Diego. Daily whale watching cruises take guests on a 3.5 hour guided tour with educational commentary and trained naturalists from the Natural History Museum. Guests are guaranteed to learn some amazing facts about these majestic creatures and will most likely catch a glimpse of dolphins and harbor seals as well as the migrating gray whales. Hornblower Cruises and Events also guarantees a whale sighting. If for some reason, guests don't see a whale on their tour, they will receive a pass to go whale watching again in the future.
  2. Gaslamp Quarter Wine Walk in San Diego: San Diego's Gaslamp Quarter attracts visitors of all ages throughout the year with 16 blocks of restaurants, popular San Diego hotels and thriving nightlife venues. Every night the Gaslamp Quarter is packed with visitors and locals looking for a fun night out in San Diego. One of the best ways to explore this area is with the Gaslamp Quarter Wine Walk in San Diego where guests can combine their love of wine with a small group of interesting people for a relaxing tour. Guests will visit three different wines bars on this wine tasting tour along with a knowledgeable and professional guide, making the experience all the more enjoyable.
  3. Kayak Tour with San Diego Bike and Kayak Tours: San Diego is home to 70 miles of incredible coastline, but the most distinct is the La Jolla Underwater Park. This protected area has beautiful sea cliffs, seven sea caves and a vast underwater environment. San Diego Bike and Kayak Tours will take guests from the beach at La Jolla Shores to the seven sea caves for an up close and personal look at seals, sea lions and even the occasional dolphin. Guests can also check out the kelp forest in this area and even taste seaweed if they are feeling adventurous and have the right guide. It's definitely a fun tour and gives guests a wealth of background information on this exciting protected area.

With San Diego's diverse topography and interesting neighborhoods, a tour is the way to go to get the inside scoop on different parts of San Diego County. From wine tasting in the Gaslamp to kayaking in La Jolla, spring is a great time to book an exciting and educational tour in San Diego!