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Tag Archives: aquatica
If you’ve been waiting to visit Discovery Cove until it became more affordable, you may be surprised to know that it’s already quite a good value, perhaps the best value in Orlando when you consider all that a day trip … Continue reading
Let’s say you want to enjoy SeaWorld Aquatica’s thrilling slides, double wave pools and pristine beaches, but are a little unsure of your, or your children’s, swimming skills. Well, SeaWorld has your back. They’re now offering “Learn to Swim” lessons. … Continue reading
SeaWorld Orlando’s Aquatica is usually warm and tropical, but for one day only they’re chilling down their wave pool so the brave of heart can experience the “thrill of the chill” by plunging into cold water, while supporting a great … Continue reading
Update: Added a photo and some comments from the SeaWorld Inside Conservation blog. The SeaWorld Orlando family got some welcome good news tonight as a healthy newborn Killer Whale was birthed by Katina. Katina is a 34 year old great-grandmother … Continue reading
After a brief illness, Kalina, the first Killer Whale born at the SeaWorld Orlando facility, has died. Kalina was 25 years old and had given birth to several calves of her own. An exact cause of death will be determined … Continue reading