San Diego SEAL Tour at Seaport Village in San Diego, CA
Historic Tours of America • 825 West Harbor Drive • San Diego, CA 92101View on Map
Travel on both land and sea aboard an amphibious vehicle on this exciting San Diego SEAL Tour. Travel through scenic Seaport Village and along San Diego Bay before splashing into the cool waters of the Pacific for a cruise on the open-air boat on wheels. Guided by your seasoned captain, this family-friendly tour is fully narrated, fun and informative.
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Definitely! Kids love the unique and entertaining San Diego tour.How long is the tour?
The San Diego tour is 100 minutes, with approximately 40 minutes on land and 60 minutes on the water.Will I get wet?
No. However, a few drops of water could splash up from a wake.Will I get seasick?
No. However, if you are highly susceptible to motion sickness, you may want to take something for your comfort. The vehicle has a weighted, flat bottom, allowing a much smoother ride.Is the tour wheelchair accessible?
Seaport Village only can handle wheelchairs and scooters with a manual lift available at the boarding location. Please get in touch with San Diego Seal Tours directly for accessible available tour times.What clothes should I wear?
Wear comfortable clothes and bring a jacket because it can get cool on the land portion, as the vehicle is open-air.Is there parking?
Yes, Parking is available at Seaport Village. Validated Parking: $3 for the first 2 hours or part thereof; $2 every 30 minutes after that or part thereof—validation with a minimum $10 purchase from any Seaport Village establishment. Non-validated Parking: $8 per hour or part thereof.Is there a place for my child’s stroller?
Yes. There is a lock to keep your strollers safe at our ticket booth while you are on the San Diego harbor tour. San Diego Seal Tours is not responsible for lost or stolen items.Where can babies or toddlers ride on the SEAL?
Babies and toddlers can either ride in their car seat or sit on the parent or guardian’s lap. Depending upon the age, a child could sit in their seat.