San Diego’s natural wonders, of course, include the magnificent waters of the Big Bay, as well as the lush environs of San Diego parks. However, the breadth of Big Bay ecotourism is even more expansive, unique and ever-dynamic than most people can imagine. That’s why San Diego ecotourism adventures have exploded in popularity, calling attention to something rare: wildlife refuges. There are a total of five refuges in Southern California. Four of them happen to be in San Diego County, with two refuges, Living Coast Discovery Center and Sweetwater Marsh and the Tijuana Slough National Wildlife Refuge Complex located along South San Diego Bay. Both offer the opportunity to see various endangered and threatened plant and animal life and are among several resources for diverse, up-close ecotourism experiences, including:
Ecotourism Itineraries are perfect ways to structure your daytime activities along the waterfront areas. They satisfy your nature-focused curiosities, while allowing for discoveries at nearby restaurants and other merchants.
Try one, try two, try them all. Also, read more detailed descriptions of San Diego Bay’s wildlife refuges under Parks & Wildlife.
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