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Stop At: Dana Point Harbor, 34624 Golden Lantern St, Dana Point, CA 92629-2908
Your day tour of the highlights of beautiful Orange County begins at the most romantic spot in Southern California, Dana Point. Kick things off with a coffee and a pastry before picking up your kayaking gear for the first activity.
Stop At: Doheny State Beach, 25300 Dana Point Harbor Dr, Dana Point, CA 92629
Your professional guide will assist you in getting familiar with your kayak. As you paddle around the harbor, learn about the interesting history and folklore of Dana Point before hitting open waters to land on pretty Doheny Beach. After enjoying some time on the beach, head back and grab a bite to eat by the harbor at a local favorite spot which offers a wide variety of bagels, sandwiches, burgers and salads.
Stop At: Ocean Institute, 24200 Dana Point Harbor Dr, Dana Point, CA 92629-2723
After lunch take a walk over to the Ocean Institute to learn more about local maritime life. The Institute is an education center and maintains two tall ships, the Pilgrim and the Spirit of Dana Point.
Stop At: Dana Point Nature Interpretive Center, 34558 Scenic Dr, Dana Point, CA 92629-2749
Then make your way up the Headlands and hike the trails that overlook the Pacific, reaching the Dana Point Nature Interpretive Center where you’ll discover more fascinating facts about our local wildlife.
Stop At: Huntington State Beach, 21601 Pacific Coast Hwy, Huntington Beach, CA 92646-7600
Then it’s time to soak up some serious surf culture and the next leg of your tour. You’ll need to make your own way over to Huntington Beach which is approximately 40 minutes away.
Stop At: Bolsa Chica State Beach, Huntington Beach, CA 92649
Your Surf City experience begins on an electric bicycle for a picturesque ride down the Huntington Beach Bike Trail north to Sunset Beach, with a stop for a few photos at Bolsa Chica State Beach.
Stop At: International Surfing Museum, 411 Olive Ave, Huntington Beach, CA 92648-5142
At Sunset Beach, sit and watch skillful locals surf the afternoon waves. After a picturesque 25-minute ride back to town, return your bikes and walk to the International Surfing Museum. Here you’ll spend some time learning about how surf culture has shaped the state of California and discover some of surfing’s most beloved heroes.
Take a 5-minute stroll along Main Street to the oldest brewery in Huntington Beach and local favorite watering holes. Enjoy a locally brewed beer and a bite to eat on the outdoor patio overlooking Main Street and the Pacific Ocean.
For dessert, gather around a fire pit on the beach and eat S’mores, hot dogs and potato chips while watching the sunset.