- 3-for-1 pass to SeaWorld San Diego, San Diego Zoo and San Diego Zoo's Safari Park
- Enjoy San Diego’s best attractions while you save money on admission!
- Unlimited admission for seven consecutive days
- The perfect family vacation package!
What You Can Expect
Discover SeaWorld California’s new mega attraction inspired by the world of rays. Soar, dive and twist like a ray on Manta, SeaWorld’s first multi-media double-launch coaster. Touch and feed rays or wade with gliding rays in a one-of-a-kind grotto.
Experience the amazing world of the sea turtle in Turtle Reef, this interactive attraction includes a motion-controlled video game, ride and more.
Dive into the exhilaration of the sea in the our Shamu® show, One Ocean, a multi-sensory celebration of life under the sea that entertains as it educates and inspires.
Shamu Rocks combines the flash of a rock concert with the splash of Shamu! At SeaWorld’s hottest night show yet, incredible images and animation from around the world blend with dazzling lighting effects, sizzling rock 'n' roll music and amazing killer whale behavior. Shamu performs nightly during ‘Spring into Night’ and ‘Summer Nights’ at SeaWorld San Diego.
Blue Horizons® Dolphin Show
Experience an all-new one-of-a-kind show featuring thrilling choreography of soaring dolphins, dramatic pilot whales, diving birds and daring acrobats.
Sea Lions Live
The show stars the park’s prankster-loving pinnipeds Clyde and Seamore who poke fun at popular TV shows.
Journey to Atlantis
Take excitement to new heights on Journey to Atlantis. This wet-and-wild water coaster combines a thrilling roller coaster with a heart-stopping water ride. During the six-minute adventure you’ll experience earthquakes and floods, dazzling special effects and an eight-story rush of adrenaline-pumping exhilaration. After the journey, view some of the world's most remarkable and unique marine mammals -- Commerson's dolphins -- in their breathtaking 130,000-gallon habitat.
Wild Arctic Ride
Guests board a simulated jet helicopter and disembark face to face with beluga whales, polar bears, walruses and seals.
Select attractions at San Diego Zoo:
Monkey Trails and Forest Tales
The most elaborate and ambitious animal habitat in history is now open, ushering in a new era at San Diego Zoo. Joan B. Kroc's Monkey Trails and Forest Tales is home to more than 30 species of African and Asian birds, mammals, reptiles and amphibians, some of the world's most exotic and endangered wildlife. You can enjoy a three-dimensional journey into the depths of a tropical forest and gain a new understanding of the diversity of life on Earth. An elevated walkway located across from the zoo entrance takes you directly through the tree canopy, where you will encounter some of the most rare and endangered monkeys on the planet.
Giant Panda Research Station
The San Diego Zoo has had a love affair with giant pandas ever since two of the adorable black-and-white creatures came to visit in 1987. After years of red tape and tons of application paperwork, the zoo and China agreed on a 12-year research loan of two giant pandas, Bai Yun and Shi Shi. A brand-new exhibit area was built for the pandas, which has since been expanded and renovated and is now called the Giant Panda Research Station. Although currently housing four giant pandas, the facility can comfortably house up to six! Next to the public panda viewing area is the building that houses the Giant Panda Team, made up of the pandas' keepers and researchers. Be sure to stroll through the Giant Panda Discovery Center, located nearby. It includes a climb-in panda den, interactive exhibits and even a chance to find out what pandas sound and smell like!
Polar Bear Plunge
At first thought, a polar bear in sunny San Diego seems curiously out of place. But with the San Diego Zoo's Polar Bear Plunge, you'll discover that polar bears are right at home, where every day is an Arctic summer day. From the underwater viewing room you can see how agile and playful the polar bears really are. In fact, they're known to swim right up to the glass to check out all the humans on display. Polar Bear Plunge is one of the largest polar bear exhibits in the world. It's wet and it's wild -- polar bear style!
Mesmerizing and gorgeous but also endangered, Malayan tigers are always a pleasure to watch. Their exhibit was designed to closely resemble a natural jungle habitat and was built on a steep slope that gives the tigers plenty of exercise. A waterfall splashes into a pool and logs lie around for the tigers to climb on or use as scratching posts, giving the tigers a variety of things to do. A heated cave near a viewing window encourages the tigers to spend their naptime close to curious admirers.
There are more than 30 special animal exhibits and activities designed with the younger visitor in mind. The popular Petting Paddock allows kids a chance to feel the woolly coat of a sheep or comb a gentle goat's hair. The animal nursery has large viewing windows to let you watch animal babies being bottle-fed or cuddled by their caring keepers. The Children's Zoo has animals not found anywhere else on zoo grounds, such as wombats, spider monkeys and the ever-fascinating naked mole-rats. Best of all, about 45 of the 200 critters living here are trained as animal ambassadors, so you might get to feel how sharp a hedgehog's quills are, or hear how quietly a horned owl can flap its wings.
Sun Bear Forest
Surrounded by the fantastic sights, sounds and scents of the Asian tropical rain forest, you may forget the hectic jungle of the city for a moment. Lose yourself in this forest in the city, where naturalistic enclosures and thousands of exotic plants combine to help animals and zoo visitors alike experience life in an Asian forest. Bornean sun bears, the smallest bears in the world, are some of the most enjoyable animals to observe, especially in the natural setting of Sun Bear Forest. Here, the sun bears, named for the golden crescents on their chests, display their frolicsome nature. Extremely agile and often comical, sun bears are great tree climbers and make excellent use of their enclosure's climbing structures.
With their flamboyant color and amusing behaviors, flamingos make the perfect welcoming committee at San Diego Zoo! The Flamingo Lagoon features two separate viewing areas, affording a choice of vantage points. One area features an elevated walkway where you can look down into the exhibit instead of across it at eye level.
The Owens Rain Forest Aviary offers bird lovers an up-close look at more than 200 feathered friends representing 60 species and about 180 birds. The free-flight aviary simulates the sights and sounds of a real Southeast Asian jungle environment. It focuses on exotic species from Southeast Asia and Australia, including flowers, ferns and foliage indigenous to that region.
For decades, the orangutans and siamangs at the San Diego Zoo have delighted visitors with their colorful personalities and intriguing vocalizations. Now, the two families of apes, indigenous to the same Asian rain forest ecosystem, share a habitat at the Zoo. Absolutely Apes provides a lush, naturalistic environment where arboreal orangutans and siamangs can climb, swing, and live in the same terrain as they would in the wild.
This brand-new interactive family show features life-sized "parade puppets," magic and music to involve and entertain you as you help bring life-saving rain to the animals during this playful African folktale. Come join the fun and help bring the rain!
Test your knowledge of wildlife trivia as you play along during Animal Trackers, a new, interactive show at the Park. Held at Benbough Amphitheater, the game show-themed program includes visits from some very special animal guests. Come see how much you really know about animals!
Frequent Flyers Bird Show
An East African crowned crane in flight is a stunning sight viewed by only a privileged few, until now! The crane is one of the stars of the Wild Animal Park's all-new bird show, Frequent Flyers. Frequent Flyers offers spectacular flights and focuses on a variety of birds from around the world. YouWatch birds free flying as they show off their natural talents. With more than 40 different species and growing, the show varies every day. Frequent Flyers is full of great fun, natural history, fantastic stories and, of course, lots of birds!
Meet a variety of critters and their trainers during these talks throughout the park. And always keep your eyes open, because you never know what wild thing may be making a surprise walk-through (or fly-by!).
You will be amazed by the way the zoo’s elephant keepers work with a 10,000-pound (4,500-kilogram) pachyderm! Watch as elephants demonstrate behaviors that show off their strength, intelligence and versatility.
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Saw everything we intended to see. Safari Park was fabulous with the cheetah run the highlight of the day
Our experience was great. No problems.
This tour was amazing!
Excellent! It is worth buying the 3 day pass, you save a lot of money and they are all interesting things to do.
This was the first vacation my kids and I have gone on. It was amazing. Loved every part of . It.
The San Diego 3 for 1 PASS was 'FABULOUS'. The Zoo, SeaWorld and Safari park should not to be missed. Having the pass avoided waiting in lines. You really need 2 full days at each to appreciate all that is there in each location and having the pass you can enter as often as you want during the week. The animals were captivating , the environment and surroundings were very beautiful, colorful and luxuriant. There are many shows and special events through out the day that adds to the excitement . Also many rides offered, all are a lot of FUN. Lots of restaurants and snack shops available. To sum it all up "GREAT FUN ". We are so glad we went.
The trip was excellent but I will not recommend buying the tickets from Viator as I had the worst customer service experience. Better buy it from SeaWorld's website
We were able to get the most out of all the parks we visited. Was much better to feel like we didn't have to rush through.
It was good value for money. The three parks are worth seeing.