Kayak and Snorkel La Jolla
Due to high demand, the location of this trip as been changed from La Jolla to Coronado Island.
Come join an awesome adventure along the beautiful scenic coastline of San Diego! During the trip students will learn the basics of kayaking and snorkeling with a certified instructor. Also, students will have an opportunity to experience and learn about the local history of Coronado Island while getting an up close view of sea lions, sea caves, dramatic cliff sides, California's state fish and tide pools.
If you have any questions about this Outdoor Adventure, please email the OA team at email@example.com .
- Saturday, September 24th - SOLD OUT
- Saturday, October 22nd - 9 spots Left
Once you are registered for this trip, you will recieve an email approximately one week before the trip depatrure date with more information including meet up times (typically early morning), trip itinerary, what to bring, etc. If you have any questions or concerns before recieving this email, please email our team at firstname.lastname@example.org for support.
- Registration Open: August 15th 2022 ONLINE ONLY
- Registration Close: Mondays, four days before the trip date.
Cost: $65.00 per Student
|Cost of going w/ REC vs. On Your Own||Food||Transportation||Parking||Kayak Rental||Wet Suit Rental||Total Cost|
|On Your Own||$15.00||$20.00||Free||$45.00||$15.00||$95.00|
Our goal is to provide students with afforadable opportunities to experience the outdoors in a variety of ways. We sudsidize trip costs by 30%-55%. See above for cost-savings; some of these categories are estimated if we do not have actual cost (ex: gas cost).
All sales are final; we do not provide refunds.
***Have your Health Insurance information readily available at time of sign up.***
All University programs require student participants to follow standards of the CSUSM Student Code of Conduct in order to ensure a safe, respectful learning environment. As the Policy states, “The University is committed to maintaining a safe and healthy living and learning environment for students, faculty, and staff. Each member of the campus community should choose behaviors that contribute toward this end. Students are expected to be good citizens and to engage in responsible behaviors that reflect well upon their university, to be civil to one another and to others in the campus community, and contribute positively to student and university life.”
Failure to abide by these standards could result in becoming ineligible to participate in Outdoor Adventure programs indefinitely and a referral to the Dean of Students Office.