5. San Diego Zoo
The San Diego Zoo is a world-famous Zoo located in the heart of downtown San Diego. Housing over 12,000 animals of more than 650 species, the San Diego Zoo is the perfect place to discover a new wildlife experience. It is family-friendly and open to all ages. The 100-acre park is home to more than 3,700 rare and endangered animals with a prominent collection of more than 700,000 plants. Not only is the San Diego Zoo home to many plants and animals, but it is also a pioneer in the concept of open-air, cageless exhibits that recreate natural animal habitats, so most of the park is outdoors. Come visit the San Diego Zoo and experience the number one wildlife experience in America.
4. Carlsbad Music Festival
Carlsbad Music Festival is back! The 17th Annual Festival features dozens of adventurous and eclectic artists. Their mission is to engage and inspire local, national, and international communities of composers and artists through world-class performances of adventurous music. The Carlsbad Music Festival quickly made a name for itself as one of the best single gatherings of diversity. Kick-off the summer with outdoor arts and entertainment next to the charming seaside Village of Carlsbad.
3. Salsa & Bachata Sundays
If you’re a Salsa lover, and I’m not talking about the food, then Salsa & Bachata Sundays are perfect for you. Located at Queen Bee’s Art and Cultural Center, these Latin dance classes will have you moving more than the spiciest Salsa you ever ate. It is a fun and friendly environment in the heart of North Park, San Diego. These classes will include two group classes, plus DJ Mambo. Not only will you learn the art of Latin dancing, but you can prove your skills during the social dancing segment they will have until midnight. Catch Michael & Rosey at 6:30 pm every Sundays to experience the world of Salsa & Bachata.
2. Mad House Comedy Club
The Famous Comedy Club, located in downtown San Diego, is the beating heart of the San Diego comedy scene. The open-mic comedy is hosted everynight and is the funniest place to be in San Diego, especially with a cup of whiskey and a burger. These comedians will have you rolling on the floor, facing the stained glass dome in the center of the club. Open 365 days a year until 2 am, it is a go-to spot for comedy fans and also for those who just want to hang out at a bar. Come catch rising comedians, Kyle Corbett and Chance Cablay this weekend at Mad House Comedy Club.
1. San Diego Sailing Tours
The San Diego Sailing Tours is by far the number one thing to do in San Diego. With a large, glistening vessel that floats over the vast ocean of San Diego, these tours also include drinks, snacks, and the coolest Captains in SoCal. It is never a bad time to go on a tour with San Diego Sailing Tours. Having a Bachelorette Party? Well then charter a private yacht for an all-inclusive party to remember. Is an anniversary coming up? Then book an unforgettable, private event that will make your partner pop the question. Or if you would like to go on a beautiful sunset sail, this is the place for you. If you’re a SoCal local or if you’re just visiting for the weekend, a visit to the San Diego Sailing Tours is a no-brainer.