SeaWorld San Diego: Have a “Killer Whale” of a time!

SeaWorld San Diego is one of the top attractions in San Diego and during our recent visit, we finally had the opportunity to see what the hype was all about. As a result, we did have a “killer whale” of a time!

Attractions at SeaWorld San Diego

Shows at SeaWorld San Diego

Map of SeaWorld San Diego
Map of SeaWorld San Diego

When you visit SeaWorld San Diego, it is important to first look at the shows and timings that are shown throughout the day. This time, we planned our entire day around the shows and the shows featured includes

1. Killer Whales: Up Close (Shamu Stadium)
2. One Ocean (Shamu Stadium)
3. Sea Lions LIVE (Sea Lion & Otter Stadium)
4. Dolphin Days (Dolphin Point)
5. Pets Rule (Pets Stadium)
6. Magic Weekends (Mission Bay Theater)

For the months of April and May 2016, there are featured magicians who will perform each weekend. These shows are of relatively high quality with the likes of Steve Wyrick & Michael Grasso.

Steve Wyrick Magic Weekends SeaWorld San Diego
Steve Wyrick Magic Weekends SeaWorld San Diego

We also took highlights from each of the shows and here they are…

Panorama of Killer Whale show
Panorama of Killer Whale show
Beached Whale SeaWorld San Diego
Beached Whale
Killer Whale Waving San Diego SeaWorld
Waving
Kids Ride San Diego SeaWorld
Flipping
Panorama of Pets Rule show
Panorama of Pets Rule show
Reserved SeaWorld San Diego
Reserved
Pets Rule San Diego SeaWorld
Pets Rule
Sea Lions Live San Diego SeaWorld
Sea Lions

Rides at SeaWorld San Diego

Rides at SeaWorld San Diego include

1. Manta
2. Journey to Atlantis
3. Shipwreck Rapids
4. Riptide Rescue
5. Wild Arctic Ride
6. Skytower
7. Bayside Skyride
8. Abby’s Sea Star Spin
9. Elmo’s Flying Fish
10. Oscar’s Rocking Eel

Wild Artic SeaWorld San Diego
Wild Artic
Elmo's Flying Fish San Diego SeaWorld
Elmo’s Flying Fish
Kids Ride San Diego SeaWorld
Kids Ride

Due to the timings of the shows, we focused our visit in completing all the shows and only managed to take the sky tower ride. Nonetheless, it was a pretty enjoyable ride. Here’s a tip, the sky tower opens at 9am, before the rest of the park opens. Hence, you can head over earlier and enjoy a couple of rounds on the sky tower before heading over for the first show that usually starts at 10:30am.

Exhibits at SeaWorld San Diego

1. Turtle Reef
2. Explorer’s Reef
3. Shark Encounter
4. Dolphin Point
5. Penguin Encounter
6. Sesame Street Bay of Play
7. Animal Connections
8. Aquarium de la Mer
9. Aquaria Touch Pool
10. Freshwater Aquarium
11. Pacific Point
12. Shamu’s Underwater Viewing
13. Wild Arctic
14. Aquaria: World of Fishes

Shark Encounter SeaWorld San Diego
Shark Encounter
Shark Tunnel San Diego SeaWorld
Tunnel
Sea Turtle San Diego SeaWorld
Sea Turtle
King and Emperor Penguins SeaWorld San Diego
Penguins
Beluga San Diego SeaWorld
Beluga
Sesame Street Bay of Play San Diego SeaWorld
Sesame Street
Cookie Monster and Elmo San Diego SeaWorld
Cookie Monster and Elmo San Diego SeaWorld
Ernie & Bert SeaWorld San Diego
Ernie & Bert SeaWorld San Diego

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All in all, it was a beautiful day out at SeaWorld San Diego. We particularly enjoyed the Killer Whale shows where we still wonder how in the world did they get those killer whales to flip in the air?! By the way, some people were saying that you should catch the killer whales before they die (or phase out). In fact, the youngest killer whale is now 2 years old while the oldest killer whale is 50 years old, it will be probably more than 20 years before the killer whale shows end. Oh, and we got to take pictures with both Bert and Ernie! 🙂

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