Florida parks 3-4-2 ticket offer

Florida parks 3-4-2 ticket offer

Florida parks 3-4-2 ticket offer

Visiting Orlando just got a little cheaper as three Florida parks have teamed up to launch a 3-4-2 ticket offer. SeaWorld, Aquatica and Busch Gardens Tampa have joined forces for the deal which will offer entry to the three parks for the price of two from now until the end of 2014.

The offer coincides with SeaWorld’s 50th anniversary celebrations – Sea of Surprises – next year, as well as a host of new attractions, including a one-of-a-kind face-down drop tower called Falcon’s Fury at Busch Gardens, and Aquatica’s free-falling water slide, Ihu’s Breakaway Falls.

Sea of Surprises

The original SeaWorld park opened its gates for the first time in March 1964 on Mission Bay in San Diego. To commemorate a key event in the company’s history, SeaWorld is launching a multi-park 50th celebration, Sea of Surprises.

The events, which start on March 21, will take place in the parks in San Diego, Orlando and San Antonio and will include new interactive experiences and close-up animal experiences.

Falcon’s Fury

Opening in Spring, Busch Gardens’  Falcon’s Fury will mimick the dive speeds of the fastest animal on earth. The attraction will stand at 102m high and see riders plunging 60 mph straight down. At the ride’s highest point, Busch Gardens has added an element of surprise. Like its bird of prey namesake, riders will pivot 90 degrees in midair to the face-down dive position. An instant later they’ll plunge 60 mph at 3.5G.

Ihu’s Breakaway Falls

The drop slide will be the tallest, steepest and only multi-slide ride of its kind in Orlando. The slide is named after Ihu, Aquatica Orlando’s colorful gecko, who searches for the biggest thrills, steepest hills and the coolest spills in the waterpark.

See a sneak peek of the ride on the video below

Three park offer

The 3-Park Ticket offers 14 days unlimited entry to SeaWorld Orlando, Aquatica and Busch Gardens Tampa. Prices start from £89 for adults and £85 for children, for more information and bookings go to www.seaworldparks.co.uk.

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