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Balboa Park in San Diego

Friday, February 1st, 2013
Balboa Park in San Diego

Balboa Park in San Diego

Want to visit one of the oldest sites in the US dedicated strictly to public recreation? In addition to it’s open spaces, natural greenery, gardens, and paths, it contains San Diego attractions, museums, several theaters, restaurants, gift shops, and the world famous San Diego Zoo! The zoo is home to more than 4000 rare and endangered animals representing more than 800 species! It’s an association dedicated to conservation where visitors can view exotic animals in authentic environments. Come and view the giant pandas, koalas, reptiles, and many more interesting species!

San Diego Attractions For Day Trips

Tuesday, October 30th, 2012
Coronado Landing in San Diego

Coronado Landing in San Diego

Coronado Ferry Landing is the perfect San Diego Attraction for a day trip! Enjoy its art galleries, shops, fine and casual eateries, waterfalls, and the city’s best skyline view of downtown San Diego. Stroll along through eclectic shops filled with memorabilia, shells, sportswear, and tons of other gifts! Try the delicious French/Mexican fusion cuisine or sample the taste of Italy at the fabulous II Fornaio! Rent bikes, enjoy free vessel docking, cast your line, or just relax! The Coronado Ferry Landing is the perfect place for recreation! If you’re interested in touring all of the most famous San Diego Attractions including the Coronado Ferry Landing, check out the 90 minute San Diego Seals Tour.

Celebrate Labor Day in San Diego with The Seals

Thursday, July 26th, 2012

San Diego Labor Day Seals Tour with USS Midway

San Diego Labor Day Seals Tour with USS Midway

The Seals team has researched San Diego Labor Day 2012 Events and come to the conclusion that the best way for you to experience America’s Finest City is to combine the Festival of Sail and a San Diego Seal Tour.  We recommend taking the Seal Tour in the morning so you can see many of the different sites that San Diego has to offer, breaking for lunch at the Seaport Village, and then walking over to the Festival of Sail at the North Embarcadero Marina Park. If you are really adventurous, you can purchase an additional ticket for the Tall Ships Cannon Battle starting at 2:30pm. The Seaport Village and Seal Tour departure point are basically in the same spot and the Festival of Sail is only 1 mile away. Check out the details on both San Diego Tourist Attractions.

San Diego Seal Tour

See the best of San Diego from land and sea on this 90 minute narrated adventure. You’ll see San Diego from the harbor as well as cruise by some of the coolest sites like the U.S.S Midway, Lindbergh Field, Shelter Island, and the Star of India. The Seal Tour is fun for the entire family and has received the Trip Advisor Certificate of Excellence several years in a row including 2012. Click this link to learn more about famous San Diego Attractions and the Seal Tour.

Festival of Sail and Cannon Battle

Check out the largest tall ship festival on the west coast with the annual Festival of the Sail presented by the Port of San Diego and the Maritime Museum. This San Diego Labor Day tradition offers limited tickets for the Cannon Battle, but it is sure to be a magnificent experience. You’ll board the tall ships and sail into the harbor for a historic cannon battle. If you don’t want to participate in the Cannon Battle, there are plenty of other arts, crafts, food vendors, and historic sites to see during the festival. Whatever your plans, we hope to see you enjoying the holiday in beautiful San Diego!

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