Our GPS-guided Audio Tours
Finding the Charm and History of Southern California
Follow Your Passion, Not a Tour Guide
Instructions after purchase:
- Immediately after the transaction is completed, the receipt will be displayed and an email sent to you
- A link will be included in both that will take you to either the Apple App store or Google Play store to download the free VoiceMap app
- A “Voucher Code” will also be included that you can use on VoiceMap to download the tour to your phone.
- You then follow directions to the starting point to begin the tour.
- Have Fun!
San Diego Driving Tour: A Guide to Downtown, Mission Bay and La Jolla
See San Diego’s great highlights while comfortably driving in your car. Appreciate California’s most laid-back city that has perfect weather, miles and miles of coastline and many outstanding attractions including Coronado island, Balboa Park, the San Diego Zoo, Old Town State Park and coastal communities of La Jolla, Pacific Beach and Point Loma. When you’re done, you will understand why it’s called “America’s Finest City!”
Santa Barbara’s beginnings: a Walking Tour from Alameda Park to Stearns Wharf
Santa Barbara is a naturally beautiful destination. In the late afternoon light, the Santa Ynez Mountains, which back the sun-drenched shoreline, shimmer pink and the Channel Islands are situated offshore and you will appreciate this and more while you start at the north end of State Street and head south. The 75 minute walking tour showcases the best of the city’s Spanish-style architecture including the historic Presidio and surrounding adobes from the 1700s through the 1800s.
The Sunset Strip: Where Rockers, Mobsters And Hollywood Celebrities Played
The Sunset Strip is a legendary part of the tinseltown glamour scene that comes to life during our walking tour along Sunset Blvd between Beverly Hills and Hollywood. This audio tour begins at the location where the old Hollywood stars like Judy Garland and Orson Welles gathered together to eat hamburgers and milkshakes and ends near Laurel Canyon, the epicenter of the folk and rock music revolution of the 60s and 70s.
La Jolla: The Riviera of California
Take in the feel, allure and romance of this coastal paradise on an hour-long loop that starts and ends in front of Eddie V’s Prime Seafood restaurant. You’ll stroll through the downtown village, hearing fascinating fun facts about La Jolla’s early days and seeing its highlights as you go. I’ll show you San Diego’s most scenic wedding location, and where the first margarita was poured in the U. S. The final stretch of the tour takes you along the town’s breathtaking coastline where you’ll hear about the barking sea lions and seals that call the area home.