14 Day Unlimited Combi Ticket (3 parks)  for Seaworld Aquatic and Busch Gardens, Florida  = £78 @ Travel Republic
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14 Day Unlimited Combi Ticket (3 parks) for Seaworld Aquatic and Busch Gardens, Florida = £78 @ Travel Republic

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Found 3rd Apr 2014
SPECIAL OFFER:
3 Parks for the price of 2!
3-Park Ticket
SeaWorld®, Aquatica®
and Busch GardensTM
Get 14 days unlimited admission to SeaWorld. Busch Gardens and Aquatica when you purchase this brand new ticket!

SeaWorld
This is SeaWorld® - the world’s best loved marine park! Take a seat at the sensational shows, enjoy up-close animal encounters and take the plunge on one of the thrilling rides. The spectacularly choreographed Shamu® show, showcasing the entire family of killer whales, will leave you in awe. With an exclusively designed 3 storey set and original musical score, this is simply not to be missed! Discover the world of Manta® – and fly face-down through sea and sky. The next generation of SeaWorld thrills in a new mega-attraction that combines up-close animal encounters with an innovative flying coaster. Wild Arctic® gives you the opportunity to get up-close to polar bears, walrus and beluga whales and take a simulator jet-copter ride, making all of the discoveries of a polar expedition – without the frostbite! For the thrillseekers amongst you, check out Kraken®, Orlando’s tallest and only floorless coaster, which sends you upside down seven times! Make the Journey to Atlantis®, this one-of-a-kind water coaster takes you through this mysterious lost city, where you’ll experience one of the steepest, fastest, wettest drops imaginable!! Explore, enjoy and smile until it hurts - it doesn’t get any closer than at SeaWorld Orlando!

Busch Gardens
Discover Busch Gardens® the extraordinary 335-acre adventure park! It brings together an unrivalled combination of incredible rides and amazing animals. The floorless dive coaster, SheiKra® takes you 200 feet up, then hurtles you 90 degrees straight down at speeds of up to 70 mph! That’s just the beginning, with more roller coasters than any other park in Florida, there’s plenty more to test your senses! Then, take a self guided tour around one of the beautiful animal habitats. Jungala gives you the chance to come face-to-face with some of the world’s most endangered animals, Bengal tigers and orangutans, along with two signature rides, including Jungle Flyers, a zip line experience for the younger adventurers and a 3-storey family climbing area, this is not to be missed! Don’t miss Cheetah HuntTM and the Cheetah Run a new breed of speed only at Busch Gardens Tampa Bay. There’s much to explore for adventurers young or old.

Aquatica
Aquatica™ is a whimsical, one-of-a-kind water park that’s only in Orlando and could only come from SeaWorld®. Where one river floats you through an undersea world of colourful fish and another races you into rolling rapids. Slides that spin and soak you, and the incredible signature ride, Dolphin Plunge® – two awesome tube slides that send you speeding through a lively lagoon filled with playful Commerson’s dolphins. Delight in the serene-to-extreme waters in the gigantic double wave pools, Big Surf Shores and Cutback Cove, one with huge 5 foot swells and another with gently lapping waves against the white sand beach, where you can soak up the sun (or relax in the cooling shade). Omaka Rocka thrills you with high-speed tubes and half-pipe funnels that’ll have you splashing and sliding frontward and backward and climbing the walls! Aquatica is where fun is as endless as the sea itself.

Ticket valid for 14 consecutive days from first entrance to either SeaWorld, Busch Gardens or Aquatica.

Aquatica 2013 Closed Dates:
November 4, 7, 11, 14, 18, 21, and 25
December 2, 5, 9, 12, 16, and 19

Important Maintenance Update:
This January through Spring, maintenance work will be carried out on the main pool at SeaWorld Orlando’s Shamu Stadium. While the park’s signature killer whale show, One Ocean, and the park’s dining experience, Dine With Shamu, won’t be available during that time, guests will see all-new, above and underwater interactions and sessions with killer whales at Shamu Up Close. One Ocean is scheduled to re-open 7th April 2014.

Throughout each day, guests will be able to experience enhanced presentations designed to give them new and different glimpses into training techniques and the amazing relationships trainers have with the killer whales. It’s an opportunity to get even closer to SeaWorld’s killer whales and learn more about these unique animals.

Shamu Up Close Experience:
Celebrate the majesty and miracle of killer whales – the ocean’s royal family – at the never-before-seen Shamu Up Close experience – only at SeaWorld Orlando. It’s an intimate and moving look at the whales, SeaWorld trainers and the awe-inspiring bond between them. Through music and moments, our trainers will take you behind the watery curtain into a fascinating world, with walk-through appearances all day long. Shamu Up Close is much more than an experience. It’s the living story of SeaWorld and its passionate commitment to the care of killer whales and their ocean world. And this is your opportunity to be a part of it like never before.

Location:
Aquatica is located just across the street from SeaWorld on International Drive off the Bee Line Expressway (FL 528)

Includes free bus transportation to Busch Gardens on the Busch Gardens Shuttle Express.
This service departs from SeaWorld Orlando and various locations on International Drive and in Kissimmee. Reservations are a must. The service can be pre-booked by calling 1-800-221-1339. This service is subject to change.

© 2012 SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment, Inc. All rights Reserved.
NEW ATTRACTIONS

Antarctica: Empire of the Penguin
Come explore the biggest and most expansive attraction in SeaWorld Orlando's history, Antarctica: Empire of the Penguin™. This epic exploration of a mysterious world blends animal encounters with an exhilarating family ride for a one-of-a-kind experience the whole family will enjoy.

Be transported to an icy world like you've never seen before. Experience the majestic grandeur of the South Pole and see it through the penguins’ eyes on an exhilarating, first-of-its-kind family ride. Then, step out and explore their colony in an expanse that envelops you in cool extremes: bringing you above and below their icy world. Are you ready?

Falcon’s Fury- Opening Spring 2014
In spring 2014 Busch Gardens Tampa is taking guests’ experiences to new heights with Falcon’s Fury, the first drop tower of its kind in the world, mimicking the dive speeds of the fastest animal on earth*.

Falcon’s Fury will stand at 335 feet (102 metres) and take 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 a face-down dive position. An instant later they'll plunge 60 mph at 3.5 Gs straight down with speed and power like they’ve never experienced before.

* The falcon is the fastest animal on Earth, reaching speeds of 200 mph

49 Comments

Original Poster

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Just Ok this time

Sea world is cruel
Watch the documentary blackfish
Don't go to sea world.

Original Poster

reindeer333

Just Ok this time



yeah i wasnt too sure to be honest, i did count to 3 before I hit send but it seemed reasonably good price, and with all these florida deals going up it may help some one xxxx

Original Poster

and i know im leaving myself open to the whole keeping whales in captivity debate oO My intention is not to upset anyone xxxx

We are going to Florida in a week and a half and after watching blackfish we are giving sea world a miss.

Original Poster

got to go to work now back after 10 x

SunshineStacey

got to go to work now back after 10 x



hi stacy

im lookng for orlando tickets.... well pulling my hair out over them, Seen any great offers?

Hi Stacey, do these have any expiry date? We're going in September and can't see anything to suggest a valid from/to date.

Also if you see any deals for Universal 2 park pass I'd be very grateful!

I'm going in November and even though I'd love my kids to see a killer whale up close I just couldn't give money to Seaworld...there's a reason we don't have dolphins and whales in tanks in the uk BUT that's me and a lot of people will still go! For those people this a good deal. keep them coming though Stacy the rest of us need other park deals

Kaelsie the 2 park for universal is £112 on the same site travel republic but for an extra £8 you can get wet and wild for 14days upto you but that's the cheapest I've found it

Great price Stacey, thank you.

Editor

Nice price Spent more than £78.00 in one afternoon in Scarborough!

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Bloody keyrings!

another £21 you can add Lego land via attraction tickets direct

ironlyon1981

Kaelsie the 2 park for universal is £112 on the same site travel republic … Kaelsie the 2 park for universal is £112 on the same site travel republic but for an extra £8 you can get wet and wild for 14days upto you but that's the cheapest I've found it



You can get the 2 park universal for under £80 from viator.

wet and wild us an awful water park, didn't come close to aquatica and the two Disney parks

Anyone know if these have an expiry date?

Can you book these when you dont have a travel date yet? I am going this summer but havent book anything yet and cant until my boyf is home!

Does anyone know where to find any good deals on the other parks?

you_gotta_be_kidding

[quote=ironlyon1981]Kaelsie the 2 park for universal is £112 on the same … [quote=ironlyon1981]Kaelsie the 2 park for universal is £112 on the same site travel republic but for an extra £8 you can get wet and wild for 14days upto you but that's the cheapest I've found it



You can get the 2 park universal for under £80 from viator.

wet and wild us an awful water park, didn't come close to aquatica and the two Disney parks just checked viator and them tickets are at that price for USA and Canadian residents if you read the terms and condtions

ironlyon1981

You can get the 2 park universal for under £80 from viator.wet and wild … You can get the 2 park universal for under £80 from viator.wet and wild us an awful water park, didn't come close to aquatica and the two Disney parks Just checked viator and them tickets are at that price for USA and Canadian residents if you read the terms and condtions

and they expire in May 2014

SunshineStacey

and i know im leaving myself open to the whole keeping whales in … and i know im leaving myself open to the whole keeping whales in captivity debate oO My intention is not to upset anyone xxxx


I know how the seaworld backlash feels!
N damn you Stacey for beating my deal by £2 lol x x (i'll need to try harder)!
hotukdeals.com/dea…278

Lee8210

We are going to Florida in a week and a half and after watching blackfish … We are going to Florida in a week and a half and after watching blackfish we are giving sea world a miss.


YOLO, seaworld is a fantastic theme park.

danielthomas4

hi stacyim lookng for orlando tickets.... well pulling my hair out over … hi stacyim lookng for orlando tickets.... well pulling my hair out over them, Seen any great offers?



Evostance's deal is still active.,
Disney & Universal 14 day (each) combo ticket £365/£380 @ OrlandoAttractionTickets
hotukdeals.com/dea…182

Any ideas where you can get a 1 or 2 day Disney tickets for a decent price? just looking to visit MK and Hollywood Studios. I can get decent prices for Universal but Disney is a mare, we are doing 4 days in Orlando then 2 weeks at the Gulf coast.

Thanks Stacey.... daughter and boyfriend going in June so I will show them this

Original Poster

guys I am sorry I have been so pants tonight, i have been working and i have an almight headache!!!

Yeah I saw this quickly before work so popped it on - they do have various other park ticket offers on there too but I dont like to post anything without reading it properly and shopping around first xxxx

donkykunk

Sea world is cruelWatch the documentary blackfishDon't go to sea world.



+1

herby247

YOLO, seaworld is a fantastic theme park.


Yes it's fantastic that Wild animals are made to do tricks for food,and if they don't perform they don't get fed.
They get depressed being kept in a tiny pool and then when they get a chance they kill or maim the trainers
Out of frustration

Moron

Original Poster

donkykunk

Yes it's fantastic that Wild animals are made to do tricks for food,and … Yes it's fantastic that Wild animals are made to do tricks for food,and if they don't perform they don't get fed.They get depressed being kept in a tiny pool and then when they get a chance they kill or maim the trainersOut of frustrationMoron



Please dont consider me ignorant, I genuinely dont know, is it just Seaworld at issue here? I have never seen the programme everyone is talking about?

SunshineStacey

Please dont consider me ignorant, I genuinely dont know, is it just … Please dont consider me ignorant, I genuinely dont know, is it just Seaworld at issue here? I have never seen the programme everyone is talking about?



Watch it. It's called blackfish it's on YouTube. Or it was
nothing against you Stacey. Just sea world...

Original Poster

donkykunk

Watch it. It's called blackfish it's on YouTube. Or it was nothing … Watch it. It's called blackfish it's on YouTube. Or it was nothing against you Stacey. Just sea world...



no i totally appreciate that - the reason I am asking is because I saw Whales in Loro Parque in Tenerife, they gave us this story about how the whales were saved from Amsterdam? They seemed very happy and well cared for,? x That was why I was asking if it was just about Seaworld, what I meant was is it about all Whales in captivity? x


Edited by: "SunshineStacey" 3rd Apr 2014

SunshineStacey

no i totally appreciate that - the reason I am asking is because I saw … no i totally appreciate that - the reason I am asking is because I saw Whales in Loro Parque in Tenerife, they gave us this story about how the whales were saved from Amsterdam? They seemed very happy and well cared for,? x That was why I was asking if it was just about Seaworld, what I meant was is it about all Whales in captivity? x



I think the park in Tenerife was also mentioned
Before they had captive males to breed from they used to go into the wild and trap pods and just take the babies
From their mothers and rear them at the park.
Awful. They should be all closed
Edited by: "donkykunk" 3rd Apr 2014

Original Poster

donkykunk

I think the park in Tenerife was also mentionedBefore they had captive … I think the park in Tenerife was also mentionedBefore they had captive males to breed from they used to go into the wild and trap pods and just take the babiesFrom their mothers and rear them at the park.Awful. They should be all closed



yeah I am not a huge fan of such parks but I do like to see the animals. I have been to many where they look sad and unhappy but according to Loro - who is a parrot park, the owner saved them from Netherlands or took them there? they gave the whole speel, reasons why they could not be released etc? They also had a baby there too and it was just left to its own devices pottering about... I dont want to believe that any of that was not true

Original Poster

ahhh look what I found !!

In February 2006, Loro Parque received four young orcas: two males, Keto (born in 1995) and Tekoa (born in 2000), and two females, Kohana (2002) and Skyla (2004) on loan from SeaWorld. Sea World still maintains ownership of these animals, and has sent its own professionals, including trainers, curators & veterinarians, to supplement the staff at Loro Parque. In 2004 and 2005, before the orcas were brought to Loro Parque, eight animal trainers from the park were sent to Sea World parks in Texas & Florida for training.[5]

On October 13, 2010, Kohana, an eight year old female orca, gave birth to a male calf in the park's "Orca Ocean" exhibit after a four hour labor. The calf weighed in at about 150 kilograms (330 lb), and was two meters (6 ft 7 in) long. Kohana rejected her calf, forcing trainers to take the first steps in hand rearing him. Kohana's calf was named Adan, meaning first man in Spanish. Adan has been introduced to his dad Keto, his uncle Tekoa, his mom Kohana, his aunt Skyla, his friend Morgan and Victoria, his deceased little sister.

In November 2011, Loro Parque received its sixth orca Morgan, who was rescued in the Netherlands on June 23, 2010. After spending a year and a half in a small tank in the Netherlands, under much controversy,[6] Morgan was moved to Loro Parque. Claims were made that Morgan was unable to be released due to the lack of skills she would need to survive in the wild and that she was only approximately 2 or 3 at the time of her rescue. In 2012 scientists confirmed that Morgan suffers a hearing loss that could be very severe and even absolute.[7]

On August 3, 2012, Kohana, then ten years old, gave birth to a female calf named Vicky after a two hour labor. The calf weighed in at 152 kilograms (335 lb) and measured 2.4 metres (7 ft 10 in) long. This calf has also been rejected by her mother, resulting in another hand-reared orca. Vicky passed away unexpectedly on June 16, 2013. Her cause of death was later revealed to be intestinal problems.


Puerto De La Cruz - Two months prior to the death of SeaWorld trainer Dawn Brancheau, another SeaWorld-owned orca killed trainer Alexis Martinez. The official incident report filed after the accident, revealed several concerns.
Martinez was working at Loro Parque in the Canary Islands when the 29-year-old was brutally killed by Keto, a 6,600-pound orca on December 24, 2009. His death barely made the press, and wouldn't until Dawn Brancheau was killed by Tilikum at SeaWorld Orlando two months later.
Martinez' fiancee, Estefanía Luis Rodriguez, was initially told after the incident that he was okay. According to Tim Zimmerman's, Blood in the Water, Rodriguez received a call from Orca Ocean supervisor Miguel Diaz:
He told Rodriguez that Martinez had been involved in an incident with a killer whale but that he would be fine, that he was being taken to the University Hospital in San Cristóbal de La Laguna, about 20 miles away.

Read more...


Read more: digitaljournal.com/new…779
Edited by: "donkykunk" 4th Apr 2014

If you want to learn about where the dolphins come from they use in sea world watch The Cove. It's made by rick o Barry the producer of flipper, he used to be a dolphin trainer himself so knows first hand how cruel it is. Wild dolphins when caught won't eat dead fish so they have to starve them then force feed them! They kill hole pods of dolphins to get a few pretty ones that look good on camera.... Sea world is a glorified circus, only dumb uneducated people go.

bluepete1976

If you want to learn about where the dolphins come from they use in sea … If you want to learn about where the dolphins come from they use in sea world watch The Cove. It's made by rick o Barry the producer of flipper, he used to be a dolphin trainer himself so knows first hand how cruel it is. Wild dolphins when caught won't eat dead fish so they have to starve them then force feed them! They kill hole pods of dolphins to get a few pretty ones that look good on camera.... Sea world is a glorified circus, only dumb uneducated people go.



Actually I think one may infer it takes an educated person to see blackfish for what it is....propaganda. It also takes an educated person to see both sides of the argument here. Yes it is cruel to keep any animal in captivity. However I think people need to realise the good, positive work that Seaworld do, it is a policy of their's to always put animals back in the wild where possible, the Seaworld Rescue program has saved the lives of thousands of animals.

I have visited Seaworld on many occasions and find the education offered to all guests is of a very high standard, when talking to trainers one can sense the passion and love these people have for the animals in their care. There are arguments on BOTH sides here and neither has acted in good faith throughout these proceedings. But people need to think carefully about the Blackfish "documentary", it is far from neutral and made by a person who is certainly anti-Seaworld. Therefore one should not take everything said in it at face value.

@Bluepte1976 I can't comment on your "The Cove" point, however I am disappointed you have chosen to end what could have been a good post with your closing sentence. I disagree with it completely and actually take offence. As a university educated person I believe I have developed a skill to weigh up arguments on both sides and not be taken in on the whole Blackfish propaganda bandwagon.

@SunshineStacey Another fantastic deal, I believe I speak for all of Hotukdeals when I thank you for your continued commitment to cheap holidays

Hi there. I wonder if someone can best advise about Disney & Universal Park tickets for us. We are a family of 5 (3 kids: ages 8, 13, 14) visiting Florida for 10 days in August for the first time. We want to do the parks and some chillout time at a nearby beach which I'm guessing is Clearwater? Ideally, I'd like to split it 5 days at the parks and 5 days at the beach but my guess is that may be a bit optimistic to get everything done without rushing? The kids have researched the parks mainly for the rides as opposed to the whole experience and both Universal parks is a MUST however with regards to Disney they're very keen to do Magic Kingdom, Typhoon Lagoon, Blizzard Beach & possibly Animal Kingdom BUT not warming to Epcot & Hollywood Studios? Furthermore, SeaWorld is high on the list to do too! What do people recommend and it is possible to blitz 2 parks in a day or is that just wishful thinking?? Is it better to do alternative days with the parks or get them done and dusted sequentially? What is the best type of ticket to purchase and from where to make the most of getting value for money? Is it cheaper to buy in the UK or US? Thanks in advance....

I'm also looking for other tickets, Universal 2 parks are over £100 everywhere I've seen (The Viator ones are for US and Canada residents only)

You can buy tickets for both universal and disney at a huge discount at the lake buena vista premium outlets when you are there, can't remember exact prices, but they did few options and they were way cheaper than booking here in uk.
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