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Anaheim: An excellent destination for a family holiday


The home of the Disneyland Resort, Anaheim, sees itself as a hub of fun activities for the family among the theme parks of Southern California and Orange County beaches. This is a location where visitors come for year-round thrills but are pleasingly amazed by the local culture and unseen jewels.

SeaWorld, San Diego 

The exciting Orca Encounter, a live documentary-style program featuring SeaWorldfamily® ‘a list of killer whales, is only available at SeaWorld San Diego. Take a ride on Tidal Twister, one of the park’s exciting coasters. The world’s first horizontal, infinity-loop coaster and the newest attraction at SeaWorld®. The Electric Eel, San Diego’s fastest and tallest roller coaster, will take you through exciting loops and high-energy twists. Buckle up for some serious soaring and diving aboard the double-launch coaster, Manta, in the spirit of the world’s largest ray. Alternatively, calm yourself on Shipwreck Rapids, a winding river water trip.


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Knott’s Soak City  

The Wedge and Shore Break, two brand new water slide towers at Orange County’s largest water park, are the best family location to cool down this summer. Soak City has also undergone a 2-acre extension and thematic renovation, which features additional covered seating spaces, huge cabanas and a rebuilt Longboard Grill. ShoreBreak is a seven-story water park that features six different exciting water slides.

Knott’s Berry Farm

Knott’s Berry Farm® has evolved from a humble roadside berry business into a must-see Anaheim attraction. Knott’s Berry Farm has over 40 tourist attractions and entertainment for people of all ages, that includes award-winning roller coasters and water rides, extravagant stage shows, interactive entertainment and family-friendly fun featuring Snoopy and the PeanutsTM characters. For guests who are unable to ride the park’s more thrilling rides, such as infants, young people and elders, the camp offers calmer rides. Ghost Town is the park’s heart and spirit, including cowboys, cancan dancers, a steam locomotive and gold panning. The park’s most popular ride, the Timber Mountain Log Ride, with its heart-pounding 42-foot plunge, is also located here.

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