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Aug 19, 2013 - Sea World San Diego

Some people think that just because you have been to one sea world or aqua world, you have seen them all. Actually, this is not true, because different sea worlds or aqua worlds in different places are, well, different. And going to sea worlds for family trips is simply a fantastic idea and the kids will love you for it! Having said that, how about planning a trip to Sea World San Diego with your kids in a rented bus?

Chartering a San Diego bus to the Sea World makes the trip a lot more fun for the whole family because you don’t have to worry about your car being parked illegally (in the event you can’t find a parking spot nearby when you get there) or worse, your car being broken into or stolen. With the service of a professional charter bus, you can have fun without any worries at all. Upon arriving Sea World San Diego, you and the whole family can literally jump off the charter bus and head straight to the entrance of the Sea World.

We would say that Sea World San Diego is a combination of a zoo, an amusement park and an aquarium – all rolled into one. Tickets into the Sea World includes shows, exhibits, aquariums and the rides that are available that day; while food, dining, merchandise, behind-the-scenes guided tours as well as animal interactions are not part of the admission and should you or your family member be interested in any of it, you will need to pay for them separately. San Diego charter bus visitors are always informed in advance that they are not allowed to bring in any food (water bottles are allowed though) into Sea World, as the place has restaurants and concession stands available conveniently throughout the whole park – however, if you prefer to eat outside of the park, you can do so, but do remember to have your hand stamped for re-admittance. If you want to be able to participate in feeding the animals, be sure to check out their feeding times when you arrive so that you can give yourself time to get a good spot right at the water’s edge.

Don’t forget to bring along with you a spare change of clothes for your kids – never leave them in the charter bus, unless you know that the bus driver will wait for you while you are having a splashing fun time inside Sea World. When you are in a park that has literally water everywhere, you can’t really tell what may happen, especially when you get to the Soak zone at Shamu stadium!