Electric Scooter Rental - Scenic Tour

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Electric Scooter Rentals (seated position) which feature App driven GPS self-guided tours of the Monterey Peninsula. We provide everything that is needed to go out and have fun. From Electric Scooter and helmet to tour routes and access to required liability insurance (typically $15.00 ea), everything you need to make new memories! This is the only place in Monterey, CA where one can rent electric scooters - enjoy the wind on your face with an easy on, easy off vehicle. Let the Adventure Begin! **Driver's License required**

Itinerary Details

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Pass By: San Carlos Beach

Located at the west end of Cannery Row, this beach is known for great scuba diving. The grass and benches above the beach are a great place to relax and enjoy the view of the bay. Almost daily you can spot Sea Lions, Sea Otters, Sea Birds of all sorts and occasionally Dolphins and Whales! Look toward the ocean and on the left you will see kelp beds which often have Sea Otters resting within them.

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Breakwater Cove Marina includes the Coast Guard Pier. Built in the 1930s by the Army Corps of Engineers this 1700-foot breakwater guards the north side of the harbor. A wharf was later built over the breakwater and is used to house the US Coast Guard Cutter Long Island. This wharf is also home to a seabird rookery.

Duration: 5 minutes

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Hopkins Marine Station Beach was founded in 1892, making it the oldest marine laboratory on the United States Pacific Coast. This station is located on Cabrillo Point and is a private beach with no public access. However, you can watch Pacific Grove’s Harbor Seal Colony from behind the chain link fence. Throughout the year, you can see seals on the beach and in the water. During the pupping season you may see female adults and their pups spending time in the water and during molting season seals line the beaches shedding their last season’s coats. This is another favorite location as you never know how many seals you will spot! One day there was an Elephant Seal, sleeping on the beach, lying among the Harbor Seals!.

Duration: 10 minutes

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Lover’s Point Beach has been a popular spot for boating and swimming since the late 1880s. Why is it called Lover’s Point? Local legend has it that this park was originally called “Lovers of Jesus Point” back when the city was a Methodist retreat camp. Because Lover’s Point faces East, it is one of the only spots on the West Coast where you can watch the sunrise over the ocean. Recently, the park was used in the filming of “Big Little Lies” season 2. Lover’s Point is also the location for the city’s annual Feast of Lanterns celebration.

Duration: 10 minutes

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Perkins Point Park is named after resident Hayes Perkins, he was the first to plant the pink Ice Plant we enjoy today. This area was also seen in the Tom Hanks’ movie “Turner and Hooch” and the park is almost one mile long. During low tide you may take the staircase down to the rocky beach below. There is also a cute table made of stones, Perkins Park is a great photo stop.

Duration: 10 minutes

Stop At: Asilomar State Beach

Asilomar means Refuge by the Sea, was established in 1951 and has nice walking trails that are especially nice during sunset when there is a lacking of marine layer. The beach is a narrow one-mile strip of beach and rocky coves. There is a coastal trail along the bluffs of the beach which consist of wooden boardwalk and dirt trails. It is an excellent place for viewing marine life, birds, natural habitat flowers and giant waves. On most days, this area makes for a perfect place for photos – at the end of the trail there is a white sand beach, once known as Moss Beach and many surfers come here for their perfect waves.

Duration: 10 minutes

Stop At: Point Pinos Lighthouse

The Point Pinos Lighthouse was lit on February 1, 1855. It is the oldest continuously operating lighthouse on the west coast of the US. There are on-site museum exhibits and a gift store. The grounds offer spectacular views of the bay and the Pacific Ocean. You may wish to go inside and see this lighthouse in operation.

Duration: 15 minutes
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