Grab The Whole Family For A Day Of Fun At Sea World San Diego
By Deb Flomberg
Grab the kids, bring along their friends, and head to a fun-filled day of aquatic animal fun. Sea World San Diego is an excellent destination for a full day (or three) of entertainment and education. There is reason that Sea World is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the country, so head there yourself to see why.
With rides, shows, exhibits and more, there is a whole lot of fun to be had at Sea World. Ride the splashy fun of Journey to Atlantis, Manta, Shipwreck Rapids or the Wild Arctic Ride. Check out one of the many shows, meet the world-famous Shamu the killer whale or have some fun with Alex the Lion and his friends from Madagascar in the brand new musical entertainment extravaganza.
Of course, the educational side of Sea World is just as entertaining as the rides and shows. Learn all about different sea life in the Shark Encounter exhibit or Dolphin Point. Check out the penguins of Penguin Encounter and the turtles at Turtle Reef. If you really want to dive in to a new world of ocean fun, enroll in one of the exclusive experiences like the Dolphin Interaction Program, the Beluga Interaction Program, the Dolphin Encounter or get a private behind the scenes tour of all the different things that go on to make a park like Sea World come alive.
No matter how you decide to enjoy the famous Sea World, you’ll have a fabulous time learning about sea life and having fun with your whole family. Make sure that you head to Sea World the right way, by driving there in your C63 AMG Sedan from Mercedes-Benz of Encino. Not only will your arrive in style, but you’ll enjoy the comfort and elegance that only Mercedes-Benz can provide. It’s the whole package for your special family vacation.
Deb Flomberg grew up in the mountains, developed a love for the beach and has found happiness on the open road. She is now a freelance writer, theater professional and travel enthusiast happy to be writing about the things she loves most.
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