SeaWorld San Diego

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Having played host to more than 130 million visitors since its inauguration in 1964, it is safe to say that not only is Seaworld SeaWorld San Diego’s leading tourist attraction, but also one of the most well-appreciated marine-life parks in the world. A real-life underwater realm, this 189-acre (76 hectares) facility is home to nearly 26 diverse ecosystems that host a succession of themed entertainment programs. Riddled with interesting features, the Bayside Skyride, the Journey to Atlantis, Dolphin Point, Turtle Beach, Shark encounter and Wild Arctic are some of SeaWorld's most prominent attractions. The establishment stands by its founding principles of education, entertainment, research, and conservation and hence helps preserve highly endangered marine fauna such as Pacific walruses, Emperor penguins, Beluga whales, and Guadalupe fur seals through their acclaimed guardianship programmes.

Location:  500 SeaWorld Drive