Don’t Miss Whale Watching with Birch Aquarium Naturalists This Spring!

If you are planning a getaway to San Diego this spring, you will want to see some of the area’s wildlife, and you will absolutely love the educational experience you will have on a Whale Watching Tour with Birch Aquarium Naturalists. This three and a half hour cruise, which will only be offered for a limited time, takes you out in a tour vessel to areas that are known hotspots for sighting gray whales. On the tour, your guide will enlighten you with interesting information about the area ecosystem and the beautiful aquatic mammals that you will see. These cruises which began in December will only be offered by the Birch Aquarium until April 11, so plan to take your whale-watching cruise before the season ends!

There are many exciting attractions in San Diego, and it can be quite expensive to visit them all, but you can save money and still visit a great number of the most popular attractions in San Diego by purchasing a Go San Diego Card. The card is available in one, two, three and five day increments and grants you admission to more than 50 attractions like Knott’s Berry Farm, LEGOLAND, SeaWorld, The San Diego Museum of Art and the San Diego Chinese Historical Museum. You will also receive valuable discounts to a variety of shopping venues and restaurants. If you want to see it all in San Diego, be sure to get a Go San Diego Card for your vacation!

During your stay in San Diego, you can get great views of the city and learn all about its history by taking a San Diego City Tour. This tour takes you through many historic landmarks throughout the city and downtown La Jolla. Some of the landmarks you will explore include Balboa Park, The Exposition Museum and Embarcardero. You will love seeing the beautiful architecture in San Diego and perusing the quaint shops for the perfect souvenir. This tour lasts approximately four hours and is sure to provide you with a comprehensive view of the city that you aren’t soon to forget!

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