You're in beautiful, sunny San Diego and you're wondering where you can go to beat the heat. The obvious choice is the beach right?
Maybe not. You may be deathly afraid of sharks or simply hate to imagine EVERYTHING that's in ocean water. Then where else can you go?
If there was only a safer place you could cool off! Let me introduce you to SeaWorld San Diegos Aquatica! Located in Chula Vista, which is usually less than a 30 minute van ride from AVR's San Diego office, Aquatica is San Diego County's largest waterpark. It features a wide range of attractions for all ages and swimming abilities. There are over 18 waterslides, a lazy river and for those people in your party who yearn for the beach, a 550,000-gallon wave pool that includes 43,000 square feet of sand.
Sounds cool, but what seperates Aquatica from every other waterpark? Tying into SeaWorlds sealife theme, Aquatica features some animal experiences! Freshwater turtles hang out by the Big Surf Shores wave pool while Carribean flamingos watch you float down the Loggerhead Lane lazy river.
For more information, visit Aquatica's website and read the Travel Mama's tips on visiting the park.