More thrills, spills and chills at SeaWorld Parks


In association with: SeaWorld Parks

New rollercoasters and waterslides have opened in 2022 at SeaWorld Orlando, Aquatica Orlando and Busch Gardens in Tampa

The SeaWorld Parks are packed with attractions for the whole family, but adrenaline-seekers won’t miss out either. With a host of new rides this year, the theme parks and water parks are guaranteed to give your clients their thrill fix. At SeaWorld Orlando, get ready for uncharted chills on the brand-new Ice Breaker coaster, which features the steepest beyond-vertical drop in Florida.

This hair-raising ride launches both forwards and backwards, propelling passengers through a series of twists and turns, with the highest point rising to 29 metres. This hotly anticipated attraction is new for this year.

Next door at Aquatica, guests have another reason to visit with the opening of Reef Plunge, an all-new waterslide experience. Twisting and turning for 100 metres, they’ll whizz through an underwater habitat, snatching a glimpse at vibrant marine life before making a speedy exit. Aquatica boasts more waterslides than any other waterpark in Orlando, including Riptide Race, the world’s tallest duelling racer.

At Busch Gardens in Tampa, Iron Gwazi welcomed its first riders in March and is the 10th rollercoaster to join the park’s lineup of highly rated thrill rides. Iron Gwazi is the fastest and steepest hybrid coaster in the world, reaching top speeds of 76 miles per hour.


New to dining

Rides aren’t all that’s new at the SeaWorld Parks. New eateries include the Giraffe Bar at Busch Gardens, where delicious meals come with panoramic views, and Altitude Burgers at SeaWorld Orlando, which offers mouthwatering burgers and sides. At Aquatica, guests can grab a slice at the quick-service pizza place.

So whether your clients are first-timers or returning SeaWorld Parks visitors, you can be sure they’ll experience something new.

Buy a ticket for three parks and save

If your clients want to make the most of their time at the parks, recommend they purchase a 3-Park Ticket. Costing the same price as the 2-Park Ticket, it offers 14 days of unlimited entry to SeaWorld Orlando, Aquatica Orlando and Busch Gardens in Tampa Bay. It also includes free parking at all three parks and a free return bus service on the Busch Gardens Shuttle Express.

PICTURES: SeaWorld Orlando; Busch Gardens; Aquatica

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