Live Web Cams Sending San Diego Warmth

Whether you’re looking for a virtual beach escape or just want to say “awww!” as adorable animals play, these San Diego live web cams are sure to delight no matter where you’re watching.

Beach Web Cams

La Jolla Shores

Virtually escape to the picturesque white sands and blue skies of La Jolla Shores thanks to the aptly named La Jolla Shores Hotel.

Mission Bay and Mission Beach

Get a sneak peek of a blissful day at the bay with the Catamaran Resort Hotel and Spa’s webcam. With a live feed perspective from the hotel’s tower, the camera pans from the beautiful Mission Bay to Mission Beach and the Pacific Ocean.

Pacific Beach

Enjoy a little piece of paradise courtesy of the Pacific Terrace Hotel. Take a peek via their live beach cam featuring glistening sand, blue Pacific, and fun-filled boardwalk as their camera pans the adjacent boardwalk and Pacific Beach.

Coronado

Crashing waves. Ocean breezes. Beaming sunshine. The Hotel del Coronado’s live beach cams offer a virtual beach vacation with the breathtaking views, cool water and the golden sand beaches of Coronado.

Animal Web Cams

San Diego Zoo

Whether observing the animals for educational purposes or simply for an entertaining mental break, the San Diego Zoo and San Diego Zoo Safari Park’s koalas, apes, tigers and more can be viewed online anytime.

Birch Aquarium at Scripps

Birch Aquarium at Scripps is live streaming from its Giant Kelp Forest exhibit. The Kelp Cam is a stunning live feed featuring leopard sharks, moray eels, garibaldi and a 300-pound giant black sea bass.

COVID-19 Travel Updates and Resources

During these uncertain times, safety and health are our top priority. The San Diego community has been aggressive in trying to stem the COVID-19 outbreak. While our parks, beaches, attractions, museums, and local businesses are temporarily closed, we are committed to providing the most up-to-date resources as we learn them.

For now, please stay safe. We’ll keep San Diego warm for you.

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