When you’re a traveler longing for a getaway with sun, sand, and surf at your fingertips from the moment you arrive, there’s no place on the map quite like San Diego, California. Here, year-round amazing weather brings travelers in every season pursuing fun in the sun and opportunities to fill itineraries with incredible dining, shopping, historical stops, and outdoor adventures too. When you’re hoping to make as much as you possibly can of your San Diego experience, a trip to Seaworld could be worth your while. This is a top area destination for families and a place where you can pair entertainment with marine education too.
Enjoy On-Site Presentations and Activities
A trip to Seaworld in San Diego is an opportunity to check out a variety of on-site presentations and activities designed for guests of all ages. You can explore the world of marine animals up close through custom programs and encounters crafted to inspire. These include orca encounters, dolphin adventures, and sea otter spotlights to name a few of many. The park also hosts a lineup of exciting seasonal events during the holidays ranging from light displays and food festivals to musical presentations and fireworks.
Situated at 500 Sea World Drive, this marine park is a one-stop resource for animal experiences of many kinds. While you’re here, there are opportunities to watch sea lion shows, experience dolphin feeding sessions, view orcas, and learn more about how these creatures exist in the wild. The park also provides guests with options to book VIP tours of Seaworld California as well as custom experiences. Whether you’re exploring the aquariums or checking out the touch pools with the little ones, it’s an interactive day of fun from start to finish. If you’re considering signing up for an animal encounter, be sure to reserve your place in advance as these sessions typically fill up fast.
Enjoy a Variety of Rides and Attractions
While encountering incredible creatures is certainly a highlight of time spent a Seaworld in San Diego, guests who head this way will also enjoy access to an impressive lineup of on-site rides and attractions. There’s something for everyone to enjoy from thrilling roller coasters for adrenaline-pumping enthusiasts to rides that are kid-friendly and best suited for younger visitors. Some of the stops for small children include the Aqua Scout and the Tentacle Twirl. Looking for big-kid thrills instead? Make your way to The Emperor which is new and California’s tallest and fastest dive coaster. The Arctic Rescue gives guests a ride on the longest and fastest straddle coaster on the West Coast while the Electric Eel is a multi-launch coaster that’s sure to thrill with its high-energy twists, turns, and loops. Don’t leave without trying a ride on the Manta which has two launches sending riders soaring and diving like they’re underwater.
Fantastic Food and Shopping Options
When all of the exploration, rides, and fun has left you with cravings to curb, there’s no need to worry because Seaworld has plenty of on-site dining selections to choose from. Once you’ve had your fill, set aside some time to pick up some fun, custom merchandise to commemorate your day at Seaworld too.
Book Your Stay Today
When travel plans bring you to Seaworld and you’re looking for accommodations that infuse comfort, style, and luxury into your getaway, Vacation Rentals by Kimberly is here to make it happen. Reach out today to learn more about our amazing lineup of property options available across San Diego and to learn more about how we can help you make more of every moment. We look forward to seeing you in sunny California soon.
Does Seaworld have guidelines in place for guests with disabilities?
Yes. Seaworld has made a commitment to make the park safe and enjoyable for all guests. Be sure to pick up the official accessibility guide to enjoy a complete overview of park services and facilities that are designed to accommodate wheelchairs and mobility disabilities of all kinds. The guide also addresses how to access on-site shows, exhibits, and performances.
Can I bring my own food and drinks into Seaworld during my visit?
No. Guests are not allowed to bring personal food or beverage items into Seaworld beyond a refillable water bottle. Be sure to let the guest relations team know ahead of time if you have dietary needs that need to be met and would require personal food items on-site.
Can I use cash to pay for merchandise or food and beverages at the park?
No. Seaworld in San Diego has shifted away from the use of cash to streamline the guest experience and only accepts cashless payment option.
Are there vacation rentals available to book nearby?
Yes. Vacation Rentals by Kimberly offers travelers access to a portfolio of vacation rental options across San Diego that keep visitors well within reach of a day of fun enjoyed at Seaworld. These rentals can accommodate small and large groups alike.