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Exploring South Bay

Tucked behind San Diego Bay as it curves southwards towards the border, the South Bay area includes thriving harbor-front communities, wildlife refuges, rolling hills and marinas. As well as being one of the most diverse and inexpensive parts of San Diego, South Bay cities like Chula Vista hold onto their own special charm, while still providing easy access to the bigger neighbor to the north. And of course to that even bigger neighbor to the south, Mexico, only a short drive away.


Accommodations near South Bay

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Sightseeing near South Bay

- Chula Vista Nature Center


Now known as the Living Coast Discovery Center, visitors can see approximately 20 exhibits and come close with local marine life, reptiles and other native creatures. Some of the animals visitors can view and learn about are seahorses, jellies, eels, sharks, lobsters, crabs, octopus, garibaldi, abalone, sea stars, snakes, lizards and more!


- Aquatica


Aquatica San Diego is part of Seaworld and offers fun and exciting attractions for the whole family. You can choose from cool rides and waves, to even viewing flamingos and freshwater turtles. With so many activities and attractions, you can plan to spend the whole day here.


Transportation near South Bay

San Diego International Airport may lie on the other side of the Bay, but its connections to South Bay are generally good. If you're hiring a car at the airport, you can choose to take the I-805 S, which skirts away from some of the busier parts of town, or take the I-5 S directly along the coast, with the risk of queuing. There are options for public transport to South Bay too. Take the bus from the airport to the City College Station, then catch either the Blue Line trolley service along the Bay, or the 929 bus service, which goes inland a little.


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