San Diego Zoo

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Overall rating

4.5 / 5

based on 347 reviews

Being a senior who has difficulty walking long distances, I was thrilled to be able to rent a electric chair and get myself around to see everything I wanted, (about 2 hours). It as so beautiful with the foliage that seeing the animals was actually a side benefit. It was my first time and regardless of many of the exhibits not available, I was filled with joy and appreciation for the beauty and comfort in doing the various safaris. Because I had the electric chair, I was o.k. with the fact that the Africa Tram was not in service. I was alone and enjoyed a delicious healthy salad for lunch and easily got parking and left the premises without any trouble.

Such a great way to see the sites of San Diego in a short amount of time! I loved our guide, Rose! She took us around some really cool places in San Diego and told great stories! It was easy to hop on and off the trolley at the places that everyone wants to go to. I would highly recommend this tour to anyone visiting San Diego for the first time, if you have family visiting in town, or are a local wanting to hear some interesting history about the city!

Howie, Jeff and one other driver did great jobs of describing places we were passing, adding bits of history and fun facts. The Trolley was very timely (every 20 minutes), and I comfortably hopped off at Old Town and on Orange St. in Coronado to shop & eat. This is the best and most economical way to see almost everything worth seeing in San Diego. The drivers were friendly fonts of knowledge.

Ticket included Skyferri but that was shut! The zoo may have been world leading but others have caught up and overtaken in terms of exhibits and access to animals still a lot of small cages/spaces. Enjoyed myself it was still a lovely experience to see the wonder of these creatures

Very nice experience! The visit to Coronado Island was great! I just didn't like crossing over the Coronado Bridge which is very long and high, but I survived and it was worth it. : )