God's Rock & Quast Rock La Jolla
Minimum Qualifications: Open Water Certified Divers
Located within the captivating La Jolla Kelp Marine Reserve, God's Rock and Quast Rock offer a paradise of marine life and natural wonders. These two rocky reefs are bursting with vibrant ecosystems, creating a diver's dream.
Both dive sites are large rock outcroppings situated right on the edge between La Jolla's rocky reef and the sandy expanse that descends offshore at depths ranging from 65 to 75 feet. The varying relief of these outcroppings adds to their allure, with depths ranging from 5 to possibly 20 feet.
Diving at God's Rock and Quast Rock introduces you to a fascinating world of unique rock formations. As you explore, you'll encounter intriguing rock fingers, small caverns, and inviting holes that beckon you to discover their secrets. The diversity of these rocky features provides an engaging and adventurous underwater experience.
Moreover, these dive sites serve as the boundary of the enchanting kelp forest, offering an opportunity to transition from the lush kelp environment to the open sea. This delicate balance between the rocky reef and the kelp forest creates a thriving habitat that supports a wide array of marine life.
Teeming with life, God's Rock and Quast Rock present a captivating display of underwater biodiversity. From colorful schools of fish to fascinating invertebrates, these sites are a haven for underwater enthusiasts and photographers alike.
Immerse yourself in the splendor of God's Rock and Quast Rock, where nature's artistry and the abundance of marine life combine to create an unforgettable diving experience. In the embrace of La Jolla's underwater treasures, you'll forge cherished memories and a deep appreciation for the wonders of our oceans.