The SeaWorld Parks have just the ticket for thrill seekers


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Big rides and bigger savings await across three SeaWorld Parks in Florida

Whether your clients are thrill seekers, animal lovers or waterslide fanatics, Florida’s SeaWorld Parks offer fun for all the family. With new adrenaline‑pumping rides and a water play area for younger visitors, the parks promise fresh adventures for first‑timers and seasoned visitors alike.

SeaWorld Orlando has added to its already-impressive list of rollercoasters with Pipeline: The Surf Coaster, launching this May. On the world’s first ‘surf coaster’, riders will reach heights of up to 33 metres and maximum speeds of 60mph on a unique surfboard-shaped vehicle.

Passengers will be secured in a surfing position for an immersive experience and will feel as if they’re catching a wave as they race through many twists and turns.

Swing and slide
At Busch Gardens in Tampa, the thrilling Serengeti Flyer – the world’s tallest and fastest ride of its kind – has recently opened. Its two duelling arms reach speeds of 68mph and riders will get to experience several negative g-force moments, as they accelerate higher and higher.

Serengeti Flyer

The intensity level can also be adjusted, so guests can have a milder or wilder experience, while enjoying breathtaking views of the park.

Just across the road from SeaWorld Orlando lies Aquatica, which is marking 15 years of water park fun, with Turi’s Kid Cove, a play area fully kitted out for younger visitors.

Tamariki Twirl

Here, they can expect spraying jets, tipping buckets, plus kids can grab an inflatable ring and slide into more fun on the new Tamariki Twirl waterslide. Aquatica’s youngest guests will be able to cool off here, and there will also be plenty of seating to rest and relax.

Spend less, experience more

Help your clients check off everything the SeaWorld Parks have to offer by recommending the 3-Visit Ticket. For the same price as the 2-Visit Ticket, they can spend a day soaking up the thrills at each of the three parks: SeaWorld Orlando, Aquatica and Busch Gardens.

Riding record-breaking coasters means refuelling is essential and, thanks to three All-Day Dines included in the ticket – one for each park – your clients can benefit from free food and drink. Transport is taken care of too, with the Shuttle Express service offering a free return bus journey to Busch Gardens.

Prices start from below £183 through Attraction World. T&C apply. To book, go to:

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