Come join Rod Roddenberry and Roddenberry Adventures for a morning snorkel adventure as we explore the beautiful La Jolla Underwater Ecological Preserve. Dr. Andy Nosal, Scripps Institution of Oceanography Marine Biologist and Birch Aquarium DeLaCour Postdoctoral Fellow, will join us for this fun snorkel adventure. He will talk to us about local marine life, his shark research, and why leopard sharks call the waters off of La Jolla home.
Coffee, water and donuts will be available. There are several good restaurants nearby if you want to grab a bite to eat after the advenure. Please bring a hat/sunscreen for sun protection and light jacket or sweatshirt in case we have a cool morning.
8:00am – Arrive
8:30am – Talk by Dr. Andy Nosal
9:00am – Guided Snorkel
11:00am- Event ends
(Please note: the timeline and information is subject to change. Please check back for updated information)
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The La Jolla Shore water temperature ranges from the 60‘s – 70’s at the surface. ALL snorkel gear (including, mask, snorkel, fins, wetsuit) must be brought with you. There are no rentals available on site. You can reserve rental gear prior to the event from local dive, and snorkel and adventure shops. If renting gear, remember to call ahead and reserve your gear in advanced. Don’t forget to pick it up before our adventure begins.
We look forward to snorkeling with you soon! If you have any questions regarding this adventure, please contact us at email@example.com.
La Jolla Shores has an extremely convenient parking lot located next to the beach. The cross-streets are “Calle Frescota” & “Camino del Oro”. Click HERE to see a map of the dive site and parking lot. We will meet on the grassy area near The Map close to Vallecitos Street.
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