Victor Knarreborg

Born and raised in San Diego, Victor has shared for years the heart and soul of the city and its people from a local perspective as a tour professional. Both his personal and professional life are an example of the culture he grew up in, enjoying surfing, sailing, kayaking and biking throughout the city as it evolved to the vibrant international metropolis it is today. He is passionate about sharing the unique places and events of San Diego in California’s history with fellow explorers.

San Diego Professional Tour Guide Association, Certified Tour Guide
Natural History Museum Hiking Program, Certified Canyoneer
National Parks NIA Certified

Victor Knarreborg


San Diego, California

Aisle or Window


Hidden Gem

Mt Soledad in La Jolla

Ideal Sunday

Tandem biking with my wife in sunny San Diego around Mission Bay and then stopping at our favorite for place for fish tacos to go. Then a short drive to secluded park in La Jolla to enjoy our tacos overlooking Mission Bay, the San Diego skyline and the border of Mexico.

Travel Item

My smart phone. It’s great for sharp travel photos, videos, GPS, weather app, translator, restaurant searches and of course it’s fun to communicate with people back home to share parts of the experience with them firsthand.

You Must Know

As wonderful as they are, there is more to San Diego than beaches and the zoo. You need a local guide to find out about the hidden places that the local people enjoy going to that are off the beaten path.

Bucket List

A one week cruise through the Greek Islands ending with a two week stay in Israel.

My Role

It forces me to see this part of the country through the eyes of my guests. It makes living here an unfolding experience and keeps me from taking for granted everything San Diego has to offer.