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The best way to request a tour guide is to simply fill out the form on our contact us page and submit it to us.  We can also be reached by phone at (619) 663-7705.  

We will then forward your request to our members who are qualified for the service you require.  Interested members will then contact you directly.

The San Diego Professional Tour Guide Association sets the standard by providing certified tour guides who are experts in the San Diego region.  

Our talented guides are experienced in every area of tour guide work, including step-on tours of the San Diego area, meetings and incentive programs, team building, airport meet and greets, dine-a-rounds or if you just want a private guide for your family or group of friends! 

When in San Diego, insist on the!

Seaport Village


A typical city tour tour is 4 hours long and will show you most of the highlights of the city. Journey through San Diego's newly revitalized and vibrant DOWNTOWN, including the GASLAMP QUARTER with it's many entertainment venues housed in historic buildings, The beautiful EMBARCADERO waterfront located on San Diego Bay with it's wonderful harborviews and the SAN DIEGO MARITIME MUSEUM, home to the STAR OF INDIA, the world's oldest merchant sailing ship!

Also venture to OLD TOWN, the birthplace of California! Enjoy the history here as well as many colorful and authentic Mexican shops and restaurants.

No visit to San Diego would be complete without a visit to beautiful BALBOA PARK, home to the world-famous SAN DIEGO ZOO, and dozens of museums, gardens and beautiful Spanish-style buildings.

Another "must do" is a visit to the historic and stunning HOTEL DEL CORONADO, located on Coronado Island. You'll enjoy the best views hands down of downtown San Diego and the NAVAL STATION SAN DIEGO as we cross the bridge.

If you have another hour(or more) to spare, you might also consider visiting LA JOLLA known as "The Jewel"...a charming seaside village with many upscale shops and eateries with panoramic ocean views. Recommended group lunch stops include: Seaport Village (Embarcadero), Old Town San Diego, Gaslamp Quarter (Downtown), Coronado or the village of La Jolla.


  • World's largest outdoor organ at Balboa Park (free concerts every Sunday at 2pm) as well as 14 museums and 14 gardens
  • Cabrillo National Monument out on Point Loma, commemorating Juan Cabrillo's landing at San Diego Bay in 1542
  • Culinary Tours – Enjoy one of many food-tasting tours offering throughout San Diego
  • Golf outings, including Torrey Pines Golf Course which hosts the PGA Annual Farmer's Invitational
  • La Jolla Coastal Walk, Birch Aquarium, Parasailing, Kayaking in the Sea Caves
  • SeaWorld, a marine-life amusement park. Swim with the dolphins and dine with Shamu
  • The Giant Dipper, a 1925 historic wooden roller coaster at Belmont Park, Pacific Beach Boardwalk
  • The USS Midway, the largest and most popular aircraft carrier museum in the United States
  • San Diego Zoo and Wild Animal Park for behind-the-scene tours and safaris
  • Legoland Theme Park in Carlsbad for the kids
  • Tijuana, Rosarito Beach, Ensenada and beautiful Baja Mexico peninsula and great shopping
  • Segway and bike tours through Balboa Park, the Gaslamp Quarter, Coronado and La Jolla
  • Julian, California, a gold rush mountain town famous for it's mountain scenery apple pies
  • Temecula, California, Southern California's Wine Country, hot air ballooning
  • Major league baseball at PETCO Park and NFL at Qualcomm Stadium
  • Hiking excursions to Torrey Pines Coastal Cliffs as well as other locations
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