San Diego City Tour and Historic Old Town
Monday, October 7th, 10:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Cost: $85 per person
The day starts with a 1.5 hour trolley city tour, which includes the San Diego waterfront, Seaport Village, Gaslamp Quarter, Balboa Park, and Little Italy. The trolley tour ends in historic Old Town San Diego where you will enjoy lunch on the outdoor patio of the Barra Barra Restaurant. Following lunch, you will have time to tour the historic park on your own, along with an opportunity to shop at some of the local stores.
Dating to 1769, Old Town San Diego is the site of California’s first European settlement and considered the birthplace of California. Old Town San Diego State Historic Park, with its preserved adobe buildings and living history demonstrations such as blacksmithing, offers insight into San Diego’s Mexican early American history in the 1800s.
San Diego Safari Park
Tuesday, October 8th, 10:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Cost: $85 per person
The renowned San Diego Zoo Safari Park presents more than 3,500 animals roaming in large enclosures that replicate their natural habitat. Your exciting safari experience includes seeing herds of rhinos, giraffes, antelope, zebras, and more roaming natural habitats, and beautiful walking trails to see exotic animals.
Experience a safari adventure unlike any other outside of Africa itself, with exhibits inspired by the African Serengeti and the Asian Savanna. You will have an opportunity to venture into Asia by cart with a knowledgeable guide, who will give you a deeper understanding of our animals and how they thrive in the park. This personalized tour offers an opportunity to see field enclosures not accessible to the public. You will have photo stops and a unique opportunity to watch Asian wildlife enjoy a tasty treat.
Hotel Del Coronado Tour & Lunch
Wednesday, October 9th, 9:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.
Cost: $75 per person
Your visit to near-by Coronado Island begins with a 90-minute walking tour of the iconic Hotel del Coronado, which brings to life the resort’s rich heritage, local legends and most notorious phantom Kate Morgan. Discover all the stories and moments in history through this in-depth walking tour of the Victorian building and gardens, including an exclusive behind-the-scenes look.
Following the tour, you will have time to visit the many shops at The Del, take a stroll along its sparkling sandy beach, dip your toes into the Pacific Ocean, or just sit and enjoy the relaxing atmosphere of this wonderful seaside resort at one of the many outdoor venues. Afterwards, we will take a short stroll across the street for a light lunch at the Blue Water Grill, located over the water in the historic former Hotel Del Coronado Boathouse.