DREAMSCAPES SPRING/SUMMER 2019
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SEAWORLD & BUSCH GARDENS - MORE FUN, LAUGHTER AND LEARNING
 
(2019 - Spring/Summer Issue)

Writer: KEVIN FRITZ



SeaWorld and Busch Gardens have delighted guests for years with newly created events, one-of-a-kind thrill rides and innovative attractions that connect visitors to real-world efforts that protect species worldwide. And 2019 is no different.

On the west coast, SeaWorld San Diego debuts Tidal Twister. Touted as the first of its kind in the world, it’s a duelling rollercoaster with a unique horizontal design twisting and banking along a tight figure-eight track that includes a dynamic zero-G roll and exhilarating air-time hill. In addition to some of the best thrills in Southern California, Tidal Twister highlights conservation work focused on sustainable aquaculture and coral reef protection through SeaWorld’s Rising Tide Conservation, started by the company in 2009.

For those travelling to Florida, Busch Gardens Tampa Bay is celebrating 60 years in 2019 with 52 weeks of surprises and an exciting new ride to test your courage. Tigris is Florida’s tallest launch coaster designed to mimic the agility of the world’s largest and most powerful cat—the tiger. True to the park’s mission, the Tigris realm also educates guests about the plight of tigers in the wild and what the SeaWorld and Busch Gardens Conservation Fund is doing to help save them.

Discover even more excitement as SeaWorld Orlando invites guests to celebrate Sesame Street’s 50th anniversary with the park’s largest Sesame Street expansion to date. This new land brings to life the iconic Sesame Street neighbourhood including Abby Cadabby’s garden, Big Bird’s nest, Mr. Hooper’s store and the famous 123 stoop—not to mention all of your favourite characters. Experience play areas, interactive immersions, a daily parade and exciting rides like Elmo’s Choo Choo Train, Big Bird’s Twirl ‘N’ Whirl and Super Grover’s Box Car Derby, and the perfect steel rollercoaster for kids and adults to share.

At nearby Aquatica Orlando, cool off by challenging the new KareKare Curl. Aquatica Orlando, SeaWorld Orlando and the company’s Discovery Cove are all certified autism centres, the first family of parks in Orlando to achieve this designation.

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For more information on these and other attractions, events and Canadian resident offers at SeaWorld Parks, visit seaworld.ca.

 
 
 
 
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