My son (16) and I visited the sanctuary spontaniously, following the brown road signs.
We had a great time, got a tour from the hospital down all the pools, got lots of information about the animals and even watched the feeding.
Even though the park is suited for families with small children, there is lots to see for all agegroups. It's fun to see the seals diving for fish and watch the seagulls trying to snatch their share of fish.
The sea lions were especially impressive and quite talkative. The otters were a bit hidden away at the far end of the path, but also worth watching, they are really cute.
We learned winter is the best time to visit the sanctuary, as there are so many seal puppies nursed back to health, after gotting battered about in the storms.
A destination not only for families with small children or grandchildren for sure.
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