Seaworld

Sea world is a 150-acre park located in Downtown, San Diego. If you love marine animals and interacting with them, Seaworld offers that and so much more.The part I like about going to Seaworld is seeing the Shamu show. The killer whales just fascinate me. They are very intelligent creatures. The way they interact with people is simply amazing. If you want to have a close encounter with Shamu, sit in the lower level of the stands. Just watch out because you will get wet in the process.I also enjoyed watching the sea lions, Clyde and Seamore, with their friend, Ace.It’s very entertaining to watch. It’s like a comedy show. You’ll get a few laughs.

If you like water rides, Seaworld has the Shipwreck Rapids adventure ride. You’re in inner tubes with eight other people getting soaked from the big waves and waterfalls that come your way. I hope you don’t get seasick. It is a bumpy ride and lots of fun.Another adventure ride they have is the Journey to Atlantis. It’s a water ride with the thrill of a rollercoaster ride.The Shark Encounter attraction at Seaworld is a 280,000-gallon tank that houses different kinds of sharks, such as whitetip and blacktip reef sharks, bonnethead, and sand tiger. They also share their habitat with the rays and fish.The Dolphin Encounter is a 10-minute program that allows guests to touch and feed the bottlenose dolphins. This program allows up to six people per session. You’ll pay a fee of $40 + park admission. You have to be at least 48 inches tall to participate. Advanced registration is recommended.The Manatee Rescue attractions feature a few of the rescued and rehabilitated manatees in a 215,000-gallon freshwater tank. Outside of Florida, Seaworld San Diego is only one of the few locations where you can see the endangered Florida Manatees.One trip to Seaworld in San Diego and you want to go back again and again and again.