Expert Travel Advice to Laguna Beach

Top Answers To Laguna Beach Travel Questions

  • Anonymous user answered:
    You don't say which airport, so we'll assume you're flying into either LAX or Long Beach. Either way, metro LA is a notoriously car-oriented place so you're best bets are probably rental car, taxi, or shuttle bus, as opposed to public transportation. Check out SuperShuttle (http://www.supershuttle.com), which operates out of both LAX and Long Beach. What about your hotel? Does it offer transfers? I've taken SuperShuttle a few times in the D.C. area and it's fine so as long as you don't mind sharing drop-offs and the occasional slowness in assembling enough passengers for a ride.
  • Anonymous user answered:
    John Wayne/Santa Ana/Orange County (All three names refer to the same airport)
  • ElGringo answered:
    Couple of nice options for you a few miles south of Laguna Beach at Dana Point and San Clemente. There's beach camping at Doheny State Beach (122 sites) and San Clemente State Beach, which has RV and tent-only campgrounds. Be warned that both camping areas are very popular and so you should make your reservations as early as possible.
  • Anonymous user answered:
    Snorkeling gear is not all that expensive, so why not buy? Especially if your kids enjoy, as you might try it again. Here's some more advice from Christine Loomis, Away.com's family-travel expert: http://blogs.away.com/travel/2008/01/bring-your-own.html

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