One of the main thing that you can note is that the San Diego Seal Tour is one of the major areas that most people usually enjoy taking their family at and also some of their friends for their free time or any holiday season. The tour to this place is estimated to make less than 90 minutes, and you can be sure that it is the best chance that you can enjoy. When having a private tour to this area the fascinating thing about the place is that the most activities that happen here involves the sightseeing and in this process, most of the famous landmarks observed.
One of the areas that you cannot miss to have a tour at in the San Diego is the seaport. One of the most beautiful places that can be a good site for you to ensure that you take some photos of your qualified photographer that you usually carry along on this trip. In the same city, there is that opportunity that is generally accorded to you when it comes to the time of visiting one of the famous islands and also one of the broad bay called the Bay Area.
After you have this island, there is that time that comes for you to visit the national monument where you will be able to learn the most exciting history concerning the place and increase your wisdom about the situation. The tour guide is also kind enough and very friendly because he will be able to explain some history that concern the most famous landmarks that situated in this area and it will be an unforgettable trip.
Is it a boat? Is it a bus? No - it's San Diego's original amphibious water and land adventure! Commonly known as a duck tour, the San Diego Seal Tour is a fun and unique way to explore the city from the streets and the sea.
This 90-minute fully-narrated journey departs from Seaport Village located on Harbor Drive at the Embarcadero. As you travel along the beautiful Big Bay by land, you will hear stories of early sailors as well as the history of the 14-mile long working bay. You also will learn about the importance of the military in San Diego. Pass by San Diego International Airport, dedicated to aviator Charles Lindbergh, just one of the many people you will hear about on your San Diego Seal Tour.
Then, you will splash down into the San Diego Bay off Shelter Island, where you begin the water-tour segment of the journey. As the seal travels through the north end of the Big Bay, keep your eyes peeled for a chance encounter with a California brown pelican. The Big Bay provides views of Point Loma, home to the Cabrillo National Monument, Naval Air Station North Island, the Point Loma Submarine Base and the Scripps Institution of Oceanography. The area is a popular playground for seals and sea-lions so keep your eyes out during your San Diego duck tour - make that seal tour!
Return to land where you will return to your starting point via Harbor Drive, passing the Maritime Museum and Cruise Ship Terminal along the way.
*Please Note: Tour route is subject to change without notice due to weather or traffic conditions.