Top 3 Sites to see over San Diego when the Rain Ends

After the unusual set of rain storms in San Diego this winter, some spectacular views have been brought out.  Either by mountain hikes or our comfortable aerial tours, you can enjoy what unique views the rains bring to San Diego. 

Waterfalls - East of San Diego has many beautiful waterfalls in the Cleveland National Forest and Julian areas.  They are absolutely stunning after the rain fills the mountain streams and provides snow for the mountain tops. Waterfalls like the Reyes and Cedar Creek falls and the Three Sisters Falls look simply amazing from the air. 

 Mildred Falls in the Cleveland National Forest

Mildred Falls in the Cleveland National Forest

The Coronado Islands and our Mountains -  With days of rain ending, the skies over San Diego have the utmost clarity.  Usually a slight cloudy haze, golden glows of pollution, or humidity cause restrictions in views, after some solid rains all these impurities are cleared out for some of the best 'fly days' of the year.  Areas like the Mexican Coronado Islands, Catalina Island and the snow topped peaks of the mountains around San Diego are beautifully visible.

GREEN Lush San Diego -  Our cities typical sandy brown colors are bursting with unusual green colors of brilliant grasses and lush landscapes.  This vibrant change makes the views perfect from above and during hikes in places such as Torrey Pines and Black Mountain.

San Diego Sky Tours has some of the best pilot and aircraft for aerial tours in the industry.  We can fit up to 5 passengers in our Cessna Tour plane.  Easy access to the airport, private access for customers and VIP customer service allows this option to be the simplest and most enjoyable way to see our beautiful city and countryside.  Feel free to make it romantic and order Champagne or call us to make it special for birthdays or family events.

 

Erich Moulder 

 5 Customers having fun on our Socal Classic Aerial Tour

5 Customers having fun on our Socal Classic Aerial Tour