March 2019


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San Diego tours

There are many possible excursions in the city and its surrounding areas

Old Town Trolley Tours
If you’re looking for a way to see many interesting parts of the city, you may want to consider a trolley tour, which includes 10 stops. Visit the surrounding areas of San Diego, like Coronado and Old Town, as well as city locations like Balboa Park, Little Italy, the harbor, Seaport Village, and the baseball stadium. Tickets are $37.80 for 1 day of hopping on and off.

San Diego SEAL Tour
If you want to see the city both on land and on water, consider a San Diego SEAL Tour. Hop on board this boat with wheels for a 90-minute tour. Visit the San Diego Harbor, Seaport Village, U.S.S. Midway, and more. Tickets are $42 for adults ($37.80 online). The tour is available year round and departs daily from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

San Diego Zoo
The San Diego Zoo is perhaps one of the most well known attractions that the city has to offer. Guests should plan to spend at least several hours exploring the many exhibits and animals housed in the zoo. It is located in Balboa Park, with adult tickets for $56. The zoo is open daily all year round.

San Diego Zoo Safari Park
In addition to the zoo, visitors to San Diego may choose to visit the Safari Park, a separate park that features gorillas, tigers, lions, elephants, and many more. The park is open every day of the year, with tickets starting at $56 for adults. Guests can choose from a variety of safari tour options, including touring via cart or caravan, experiencing a jungle ropes course, zip lining above the animals, or spending the night on a camping safari.

Whale watching cruise
While in San Diego, you may want to try to see some of the wildlife firsthand by taking a whale watching cruise. A number of companies offer trips off the coast, including San Diego Whale Watch, Hornblower, and H&M Landing. Prices range from around $30 to $50, depending on the specifics of the cruise.

Wine/brewery tours
You may want to take advantage of some of Southern California’s many wineries. You can take a winery tour or visit the individual wineries of your choice. There are a number located in the San Diego County area, as well as in Temecula Valley. Or you can choose to take a beer train tour to some of the breweries in the area.

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