This tour was a great way to see a whole bunch of San Diego in a brief amount of time. Seth was our guide and made it a fun and relaxed experience. We were only in town for a couple days and this gave us...More
Explore some of San Diego's top attractions without breaking a sweat on a Segway tour. After a lesson to get comfortable on the electric scooter, roll through the historic Gaslamp Quarter, Navy Pier, Balboa Park and other character-filled areas while a guide shares local insight and history. It's a fun way to cover a lot of ground while enjoying fresh air and the famous San Diego sunshine.
Meet your guide in San Diego’s centrally located Gaslamp Quarter and practice scooting around on a self-balancing Segway before hitting the streets.
Soak up the ambience of trendy restaurants and clubs housed in Victorian-era buildings as you travel, and then continue on to Chinatown and past Petco Park, home of the San Diego Padres.
You guide helps to keep your energy up with provided snacks and makes sure you capture the memories with stops for photos along the way.
Take in scenic harbor views as you roll along Navy Pier, Seaport Village, and past anchored ships like the Star of India and USS Midway.
Head inland to Balboa Park, a beautifully landscaped cultural hub where you’ll see a handful of museums, plus working artists’ studios at Spanish Village.
Smell the fragrant blooms at a botanic garden before scooting back to the starting point downtown.
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This is the second time on a Segway Tour for me with Another Side of San Diego Tours. I brought my nephews from Florida to San Diego for a quick two day trip. This is the perfect way to see the city and have a...More
Absolutely loved the Gaslamp Segway tour! This was our first time riding a Segway and thanks to our awesome instructor and tour guide, Preston Dill, it was fun and easy! Truly, we could have spent all day touring with Preston. He knows his stuff! He...More
Our tour guide was Adam and he was outstanding. We were able to see the Gaslamp District, the waterfront / Embarcadero, Little Italy, and Balboa Park. There is no way we would have been able to cover that much ground if it weren't for the...More