Nature lovers flock to San Diego annually. With one of the most temperate climates in the entire nation, San Diego offers an outdoor lifestyle 365 days of the year. Whether you’re in flip-flops, hiking shoes, bathing suits or jackets or spending your days on the trails or at the shore, outdoor adventure and the ability to get up close to nature is always available. Although the region is known the world over for the rocky coastline, endless sunshine, year ‘round swells and a world-renown golf course abutting a breathtaking nature reserve, it’s the access to nature and its proximity to everything that entices visitors.
Here you’ll find natural elements intertwined in everyday life. Even within the downtown area, nature reigns supreme. Walk along the Embarcadero Park to the sounds of the bay, sights of the neighboring sea life and views encapsulating open sky. Head to San Diego’s epic green space, Balboa Park, to wander the trails, visit with the fish in the gleaming koi pond, take in a picnic while listening to the sounds of the Spreckels Organ Pavilion or learn astronomy with telescope lessons from Science Museum experts under a sparkling night sky. Get outside, enjoy the natural world… San Diego is always open – where would you roam?