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Busch Gardens Tampa - SeaWorld Orlando




Busch Gardens Tampa Bay combines world-class thrill rides, Broadway-style live entertainment and one of North America’s largest zoos in an unforgettable African adventure for the whole family. Don’t miss Jungala, where you can discover a colorful village, launch into the sky from inside a 35-foot waterfall and connect up close with orangutans or test your strength in a tug of war with a tiger in the only jungle in the world that plays with you.

A unique blend of thrilling rides, one of the country's premier zoos featuring nearly 3,000 animals, live shows, restaurants, shops and games, Busch Gardens provides unrivaled excitement for guests of every age.

Some attractions:

  • SheiKra
  • Stanley Falls Log Flume 
  • Gwazi
  • Congo River Rapids
  • Kumba
  • Tanganyika Tidal Wave
  • Montu
  • Sandstorm
  • Phoenix
  • Ubanga-Banga Bumper Cars
  • Scorpion
  • Cheetah Chase
  • Rhino Rally 


SeaWorld takes families below the surface, above the waves and beyond their expectations. More than 200 acres of up-close animal encounters, thrilling attractions and lavish performances immerse guests in the mysteries of the sea. Whether riding a flying manta ray, getting drenched by Shamu, meeting dolphins, braving astounding thrill rides, counting the teeth on a shark or feeding seals and sea lions, vacation adventures become lifelong memories at SeaWorld.

Some attractions:

  • Manta - is a seamless blend of up-close animal encounters with a head-first, face-down thrill ride. The only flying roller coaster of its kind in the world, Manta already is topping the list of don’t-miss 2010 theme park attractions.
  • Kraken – Orlando’s only floorless roller coaster – is themed after a massive, mythological underwater beast unleashed from the depths of the sea. Riders’ feet dangle as they travel in open-sided seats, riding on a pedestal above the track at speeds of 65 mph to heights of more than 140 feet.
  • Journey to Atlantis - is an edge-of-your-seat water-coaster -- part water ride, part roller coaster -- thrill ride that plunges guests into the middle of a clash for the lost city of Atlantis. Riders encounter spine-tingling thrills, including two of the steepest, wettest and fastest drops to be found at any theme park in the world.
  • Wild Arctic - takes guests on a thrilling, motion-based flight over the frozen North where they are enveloped in the beauty, exhilaration and danger of Arctic exploration. Stepping from the simulated jetcopter experience they enter a frozen wonderland with live beluga whales, walruses, harbor seals and polar bears.
  • One Ocean - is SeaWorld’s all-new new killer whale show, debuting late spring. The show connects guests to the sea, and killer whales, with a new level of energy and excitement while it educates and inspires them to make a difference in this world.
  • Blue Horizons - is a breakthrough theatrical spectacular that showcases graceful dolphins and false killer whales, a rainbow of exotic birds and an entire cast of world-class divers and aerialists draped in elaborate costumes. The vivid imagination of a young girl sets the stage for an emotional adventure to experience the power of the sea and the elegance of flight.
  • Clyde and Seamore Take Pirate Island - stars the park's hilarious sea lions, otters and walrus in a swashbuckling adventure and a sensational tale of lost loot, pirate plunder and misadventure on the high seas.
  • Pets Ahoy! - is a comical show featuring the talents of a menagerie of dogs, cats, birds, rats, skunks, pot-belly pigs, and other animals performing a series of uproarious and amazing skits. Most impressive is the fact that nearly all of the fabulous four-legged celebs were rescued from animal shelters before they found their fame at SeaWorld.
  • A'Lure … The Call of the Ocean - tells the spectacular tale of the Sea Sirens, whose hypnotic calls have lured fisherman into their underwater lairs for centuries. It's a mariner’s story that comes to life with flying athletic performers, gravity-defying aerial tumblers and amazing silk yo-yo artists.
  • Key West at SeaWorld - spans five acres and celebrates the legendary mystique and animals of the Florida Keys while it immerses guests in the quirky, carefree ambiance of America's southernmost city. Guests may feed and touch dolphins in a tropical lagoon with rolling waves, a sandy beach, underwater viewing and naturalistic coral reef -- as well as feed stingrays and see endangered sea turtles up-close.
  • Manatee Rescue - submerges guests in the beautiful underwater world of the endangered Florida manatee. All of the manatees in this habitat have been rescued by SeaWorld’s animal rescue team, and those who become healthy enough will be returned to their natural habitat. The attraction was named best new zoological exhibit in the country by The American Zoological Association (AZA).
  • Pacific Point Preserve - is home to California sea lions and harbor seals. The 2½-acre naturalistic setting duplicates the rocky Northern Pacific coast.
  • Shark Encounter - takes guests underwater, surrounding them with the spine-chilling denizens of the deep, including eels, barracuda, venomous fish, and sharks. The 60-foot shark tunnel in SeaWorld's Shark Encounter attraction is formed of acrylic panels weighing up to 5,000 pounds, and able to support the pressure of more than 500 tons of water.
  • Dolphin Nursery - is home to dolphin mothers and their newborn calves.
  • Penguin Encounter - is home to more than 200 penguins and puffins. Featuring six species of penguins -- king, gentoo, adelie, macaroni, chinstrap and rockhopper -- the animal habitat is kept at a chilly 30 degrees and the water an icy 45 degrees. Six thousand pounds of snow fall daily inside the naturalistic habitat, which is reminiscent of the Antarctic’s rocky cliffs and frigid waters. Guests ride a 120-foot-long moving walkway through the frozen wonderland to watch the playful birds cavort both above, and under the water.

FAQ - Theme Parks

  • Where to find the map of the parks?
  • You can draw maps of the parks at the entrance. Should you not find, request information from any employee.

  • Can I be helped in another language within the park?
  • The staff speaks several languages. Check your buttons flags representing the languages they speak. If you need help and can not find anyone who speaks your language, a member can contact a help line in other languages or you can return to the International Information Centre near the Park entrance for immediate assistance.

  • What are the hours of operation of the Theme Parks?
  • Their opening hours vary widely from park to park at different times of the year. More Info:

  • Where can I find Disney characters?
  • There are several places within the parks that you can find your favorite character.

  • Is there any way to enjoy an attraction in another language?
  • International visitors to Walt Disney World Resort will feel more welcome, thanks in part to expanded translation services across all four Disney theme parks including a personal translation device called Ears to the World, Disney’s Show Translator.

    The Ears to the World, Disney’s Show Translator units are lightweight headsets that utilize cutting-edge wireless technology to provide synchronized narration at several popular theme park attractions in five languages. Wireless signals throughout key attractions trigger digital audio recordings in each unit -- providing real-time translation in French, German, Japanese, Portuguese or Spanish.

    Walt Disney World Resort offers this translation service in more than twenty-five attractions at Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Disney's Hollywood Studios and Disney's Animal Kingdom, and future expansion is planned.

    Available to all guests, the Ears to the World, Disney’s Show Translator units allow guests with limited English fluency to more thoroughly enjoy memorable Disney attractions with a strong storytelling element. A similar service for guests with hearing disabilities uses wireless units to deliver synchronized text captioning. Both units are available at Guest Relations locations in each park at no additional charge.

    The state-of-the-art program is the latest initiative in an ongoing effort to meet the needs of Walt Disney World guests with limited English fluency. Other multicultural offerings include:

    • International Information Centers at all four theme parks and Downtown Disney staffed by multilingual cast members who can assist guests with tickets, currency exchange, itinerary planning and dining reservations.
    • Maps and resort signs employing more than 40 international symbols.
    • More than 7,000 multilingual cast members who wear special nametags indicating their fluency in languages other than English.
    • Theme park guidemaps printed in French, German, Japanese, Portuguese and Spanish.

  • What are the requirements to play on the attractions?
  • Some of the attractions have some restrictions to ensure safety, such as minimum height required.

  • Which term are less crowded during the year?
  • Although special events and promotions can influence attendance levels at our theme park, the list below emphasizes the historical trends of frequency throughout the year:

         Lower frequency:
         January (except New Year's Day) through mid-February
         The first week of September through mid-November
         The first three weeks of December before Christmas

         High frequency:
         Mid-February to early March
         From late April to early June (except the weekend of Memorial Day - last weekend of May)

         Most frequently:
         Thanksgiving Day America (Last Thursday of November) in mid-February
         Mid-March through late April (Spring School Vacation in the U.S.)
         Last week of May (Memorial Day American)
         Mid-June through early September
         Thanksgiving Day America (Last Thursday of November) and weekend
         Christmas week through New Year

  • Is smoking allowed in the theme parks?
  • There are designated areas within each theme park where smoking is allowed. However, smoking is not allowed in any restaurant or attraction.

  • Where can we find information for Guests with disabilities?
  • Information for visitors with disabilities are available at all theme parks. Rooms with access for guests with disabilities are available throughout the Walt Disney World Resort.


FAQ - Tickets

  • I bought my tickets, how do I pay and withdraw? Tickets are delivered in Brazil?
  • We do not give in Brazil for security reasons. You may pay at the time of withdrawal of tickets in our office or pre-pay by sending data from the credit card or buying through the site.

  • How the Disney ticket works?
  • The Magic Your Way Base Tickets give you access to Basics parks (Magic Kingdom, Animal Kigdom, EPCOT and Hollywood Studios) and 1 (one) park per day. If you want to also visit the Disney water parks (Typhoon Lagoon and Blizzard Beach), it is necessary to enter the option with Water Park Fun And More. If you want to switch parks the same day, you must purchase the option Hopper.

  • Over 65 years pay?
  • Yes, only children under 3 years old. From 3 to 9 years pay child fare. 10 years on, pay the adult fare.

  • After payment I will receive a receipt / proof?
  • Yes In 48 hours after payment of the bill, the accounting industry will send a receipt tomust be submitted to our office to withdraw the tickets .

  • What are the current prices of tickets?
  • Request aprice list

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  • For whom the tickets paid by credit card will be delivered?
  • Tickets paid for by credit card will only be delivered to the cardholder's own credit.

    If you do not have a credit card in your name will make the purchase of tickets through a boleto bancário.



  • How does the system of payment by bank transfer works?
    • The payment of the ticket expiry date is the day on which it was issued and an additional business day. You can open the link in the e-mail to check if the services are in accordance with the contractor without issuing the ticket. If the ticket is issued and not paid on the day or the next day's issue, it will lose its validity and the whole process must be redone.
    • The price of the ticket is issued for the tourist dollar.
    • We do not send tickets to Brazil. All tickets must be picked up at our offices in Orlando.
    • 72 hours after payment of the docket, the accounting industry will be sending a receipt to be presented at our offices for the withdrawal of tickets.
    • The confirmation of your payment is automatically sent to Orlando Tickets Online.
    • The pay slip serves as proof of payment. To receive the receipt of tickets, please contact:


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