San Diego is known for its beaches, parks and warm climates, take a look at all the best destinations to help you plan your next trip!
San Diego Zoo
Featured on Travel Channel’s list of the world’s best zoo, the San Diego Zoo is a site not to be missed. Sitting on 100 acres, the San Diego Zoo is one of the only zoos in the world where you can catch a glimpse of the rare giant panda.
If you haven't gotten your fill of animals and the outdoors at the zoo, head about 30 miles north to the Safari Park in Escondido. Here you can see some of Africa's most beloved animals — including lions, elephants and cheetahs— roaming free.True to its name, the park offers a variety of different safaris, including a zipline safari and a caravan safari.
Though you can often spot plenty of wildlife in the San Diego Bay, none put on quite as good a show as the performers at SeaWorld. For something a little more low-key, head to any one of the park's animal exhibits,like the shark underwater viewing tunnel or the penguin habitat, which features nearly 300 penguins.
Old Town San Diego State Historic Park presents the opportunity to experience the history of early San Diego by providing a connection to the past. Visitors can also experience a working blacksmith shop, enjoy music, see or touch the park's burros, and engage in activities that represent early San Diego.
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