Make a Splash with the Sea Lions of Point Lobos!
Point Lobos is home to our family of Californian Sea Lions and the largest purpose built habitat of its kind in the world! This unique world-class reserve showcases two naturalistic lakes featuring varying water depths, authentic sandy shorelines, sheltered caves, grass banks and rocky beaches.
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Dive into the world of Point Lobos, based on the crown jewel of California’s breathtaking living coastline. Home to an important marine ecosystem and incredible aquatic wildlife.
The reserve is named Point Lobos after the protected marine reserve in California which means 'Point of Sea Wolves'. Californian Sea Lions are also known in Spanish as "sea wolves" because of the sound of their barks.
The spectacular main lake at Point Lobos measures seventy metres long and over three metres deep. The state of the art system is capable of filtering three million litres of salt water per hour!