1. Kelli Anaya

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    The zoo is a staple to San Diego living. Most everyone I know has an annual pass (which is the way to go if you live here). I personally always take a guided tour when i come just for the fact every tour guide is different so you learn something new every time. I actually have to say the food that is offered here is also quite delicious! Oh and for all you lushes out there, they offer BEER AND ALCOHOL!!!! All in all you can’t go wrong with a day at the zoo!

  2. Pegah Keshavarzi

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    Don’t waste you time and money if you are regular person! I spent a lot of time and money to go to San Diego to visit the zoo, because I have heart that it is one of the best. However, it was so disappointing! There are not many animals, in each cage just one or two and you can’t even see them. Most of the time they hide behind stones and their shelters , so people just look for them and after some minutes leave the cage, because they can’t see them! It was stupid, you go to zoo, but you don’t see any animals. Maybe, it is very interesting for experts related to animals and plants in danger of extinction, but not for regular people.

  3. Carlos Gutierrez

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    I definitely enjoyed my time at the San Diego Zoo. Watching my 4 year old son in amazement after seeing a hippopotamus was enough for me. The glass exhibit allows everyone to see the hippo swimming around in the exhibit and its huge. Also seeing a rhino for the very first time was great. I didn’t get a chance to take the guided tour since my wife and I had double stroller, but it looks like a good starting point. My only suggestion for everyone would be to wear comfortable shoes, there is a lot of walking between exhibits.

  4. Shawna Rizzo

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    The San Diego Zoo is the best. When other zoos start adopting their style, you know they’re doing a good job! The zoo is research and conservation based, so you know the price you pay for tickets is worth it. That being said, if you’re local to San Diego the season pass is well worth it. It’s basically the same price as 2 adult entrance fees, so if you go twice it’s worth your while. There are also other nifty benefits, like extended hours for members and programs. The zoo is HUUUUGE! So if you plan to do it all in a day, give yourself the full day. There are lots of places to eat, drink and be merry as you work your way around. I’ve seen some really awesome stuff here, and the “Buddy Program” is the coolest thing ever. They pair wolves and cheetahs with dogs to help them become animal ambassadors and calm them around crowds. Very cool. Following them on Instagram will lead to some of the cutest animal videos you’ll see!

  5. Andy Martone

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    My wife and I got to the zoo at around 11AM, thinking we’d stroll around for a couple of hours and do something else with our day. We ended up staying until closing and still didn’t see most of the zoo!I was totally blown away by the quality of the exhibits here. It’s truly a great way to spend a day in San Diego.