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Sea World San Diego

October 5, 2015 by · Leave a Comment 

Seaworld 6The ultimate boating experience with your family is a trip to Sea World in San Diego. With many shows, rides, exhibits, and animal interactions your day will be filled with plenty to do and see. It is a place for all ages, and anyone who enjoys seeing marine life up close and personal.

Exhibits feature a turtle reef, sharks, a tide pool, and all types of fish, sea lions, frogs, polar bears, and an underwater viewing of Shamu!SeaWorld 4

 

If you’d like to see some animals up close, they offer a behind-the-scenes tour where you can touch a penguin or feed endangered sea turtles. If you are more daring than that, hop in the water where you can encounter dolphins or beluga whales. You will be surprised at how friendly these animals are, and what you will learn!

Then head on over to the rides for a fun and thrilling experience of riding roller-coasters or raft rides. The Bayside Sky ride allows you to see an awesome viewing of Mission Bay as you get to ride in a gondola gliding across.

If soaring, twisting, and speed are more your style, Manta is a roller-coaster that will give you the experience of what it feels like to move like a manta ray.SeaWorld 8

There is also the Elmo’s Flying Fish and Abby’s Sea Star Spin rides for the little ones.

See animals in action at one of the daily shows. Watch dolphins fly and birds dive in the daily show, Blue Horizons. Shows run different times vary throughout the day. Come down and sit in the Soak Zone at the One Ocean show where killer whales perform daily. Get a laugh at the hilarious live show of sea lions who can dance better than most people.

Transient space is available at Marina Village (619-224-3125), or Seaforth Marina (619-224-6807), but always check for availability before heading out.

Sea World San Diego, 500 Sea World Drive, San Diego, is open from 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. daily. For further information: 800-257-4268 or seaworldparks.com/seaworld-sandiegoSeaWorld 7

By Melissa McMahon

Photos courtesy of Sea World San Diego

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