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Book Cheap Flights from Salt Lake City to San Diego

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Airports in Salt Lake City

Salt Lake City International Airport serves the Salt Lake City in Utah, U.S.A. It is a civil-military airport situated approximately 6.4 kilometers away from the center of the city. While the City of Salt Lake City owns the airport, the Salt Lake City Department of Airports manages it. The airport is a hub for Delta Air Lines. It offers passenger as well as cargo service to various domestic and international destinations. These destinations include Denver, Los Angeles, Phoenix, Seattle, Amsterdam, Paris, Cancun, Mexico City, Toronto, and more. The airport is well connected to the city and the surrounding areas via several modes of ground transportation. These modes of ground transport include rental cars, hotel transportation, shuttles and limousines, transport companies, and shuttle companies.

Explore San Diego

San Diego is the oldest town in the State of California U.S.A., founded in 1769. Situated in the state’s southern part, it has an enchanting natural beauty & a pleasant climate with mild temperatures & plenty of sunshine. Some of the popular attractions here include Balboa Park with museums, gardens, and Spanish Colonial - style architecture, the Midway Aircraft Carrier Museum, and the San Diego Zoo. To explore the history visitors can stroll the streets of Old Town San Diego State Historic Park or wander through the Gaslamp Quarter. These places are also recommended for shopaholics.

Things to Do in San Diego

San Diego Zoo and Safari Park

This 100-acre establishment is one of the most famous zoos in the country. The San Diego Zoo is one of the largest zoos in the U.S.A. It is home to one of the largest collections of rare & endangered animals in the world (3,500 to be exact). Giant pandas, giraffes, elephants, polar bears, and koalas (the largest collection outside of Australia) are just a few of the many animals that call the San Diego Zoo home. The exhibits are linked by an expansive series of trails such as the Monkey Trail, Hippo Trail or Tiger Trail. On these designated pathways, you will come face to face with numerous exciting creatures including hippos in the Lost Forest, arctic foxes in the Northern Frontier, rhinos in the Urban Jungle or gators in the Wegeforth Bowl. You will need plenty of energy - and a map - to see everything the zoo has to offer. Should your feet grow weary while exploring, the zoo offers a 35-minute guided bus tour of the park.

There is also the Skyfari aerial tram that transports visitors from one end of the park to the other, offering a birds-eye- view of the exhibits below in between. In addition to plenty of animals to see, the zoo also hosts animal shows and animal encounter programs daily as well as 4-D movie theaters with educational films about the wildlife. If you want more of the zoo, head about 32 miles north to the Safari Park in Escondido. Here you can view some of Africa’s most beloved animals – including lions, elephants and cheetahs – roaming free (well, relatively). There is also meerkats, zebras, gorillas and bald eagles, to name a few. True to its name, the park offers a variety of different safaris, including a zipline safari and a caravan safari.

Torrey Pines State Reserve

Want to see what San Diego looked like at its founding? It is at the Torrey Pines State Reserve. This oceanfront reserve features 1,750 acres of unspoiled land, protecting the unique topography and various types of flora present from way back when, including the Torrey Pine, America’s rarest pine tree. There are 3,000 Torrey Pines in the reserve alone and aside from San Diego, the only other place in the country the pines grow is on Santa Rosa Island off the coast of Santa Barbara. The reserve also houses one of Southern California’s last salt marshes and waterfowl refuges. What does that mean for you? Plenty of hiking opportunities (8 miles to be exact). Trails offer a chance to get up close and personal

with the attraction’s famously beautiful sandstone ravines and badlands as well as breathtaking views of the coastline. And if you come during the spring, you will see wildflowers on full display. Popular trails include the brief Guy Fleming Trail (0.7 miles round trip), which features two ocean overlooks, and the longer Razor Point Trail (1.4 miles round trip), which tours more of the sandstone geological features of

the reserve. There is also the beach trail that leads to Torrey Pines stunning stretch of shore. Of all San Diego’s beaches, a long walk along Torrey Pines State Beach is a must simply for its views of the towering sandstone cliffs that border it. Keep in mind that along these bluffs there are no lifeguards on duty and the ocean can be rough, so swim at your own risk. Also, the cliffs can be unstable, so set up close to the shore.

Coronado Beach

Compared to Mission Beach, this popular shoreline boasts fewer sunbathers and calmer waves. Just across the bay from San Diego, Coronado Beach is popular with families and couples alike thanks to its miles-long shoreline (affording plenty of room for beachgoers), clean sands, peaceful atmosphere and idyllic location in the Crown City (in Spanish, & Coronado (means crowned one). While you won’t have access to a bustling boardwalk (like that at Mission Beach), you will have plenty of picturesque scenery to admire (besides the surf): magnificent mansions sit behind the beach on Ocean Boulevard. And the historic Hotel del Coronado - a 130-year- old National Historic Landmark – is perched just beyond the sand. When you are not boogie boarding or building a sand castle, heed the advice of recent visitors and simply walk the 1.5-mile- long shoreline. Even if you are visiting San Diego during the city’s winter season (December through February) when the water is a little too chilly for swimming, you should still plan to make a stop here for the scenery. And if you enjoy ice skating, the Hotel Del offers the unique opportunity to ice skate right along the beach.

Best Time to Fly to San Diego

The best times to visit San Diego are the months between March through May and September through November. San Diego experiences the most rainfall during the winter months, so a day at the beach is out of the question during this time.

San Diego Travelers' Reviews

  San Diego
Beautiful city! My hotel was very close to my cruise ship pier. Very convient.
- David  Dec 09, 2018
  San Diego
Beautiful city! My hotel was very close to my cruise ship pier. Very convient.
- David  Dec 09, 2018

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