Hey Thrill Seekers,
2014 is set to be a record year at Florida theme parks, the introduction of several new attractions including Falcon’s Fury at Busch Gardens, Ihu’s Breakaway Falls at Aqautica and of course the Wizarding World of Harry Potter Diagon Alley has helped continue the buzz around Orlando attraction tickets.
Todays post though is about the tickets, tours and attractions that sometimes get forgotten about. Below is our list of the top 5 additional attraction tickets we’ve sold in 2014 and how they could benefit you.
Dine with Shamu at SeaWorld Orlando
What is it? – Dine with Shamu is one of our more memorable dining experiences, combining culinary delights with the graceful motions of one of nature’s largest mammals it really is one to tick off the bucket list.
OAT view – This was personally one of my favourite experiences on my recent trip to Orlando. While tucking in to the buffet style lunch you’re lucky enough to be given a private viewing of one of SeaWorld’s Killer Whales while an instructor gives you a cracking educational about the majestic creature.
Cost – Depends upon the time of year you visit, but can be purchased for as little as £20 per person.
Serengeti Safari at Busch Gardens Tampa
What is it? – Serengeti Safari at Busch Gardens Tampa plunges guests straight into the plains of Africa. the 30 min tour takes place on an open air safari truck, visitors will be given unique access to some of Africa’s most amazing animals including Rhinos, Zebras and Antelopes
OAT view – Ever been kissed by a Giraffe? I have, thanks to the Serengeti Safari at Busch Gardens Tampa. The 30 mins tour is a must… take your camera with you for a chance to change your facebook profile pic to you and a Giraffe 🙂
Cost – Depends upon the time of year you visit, but can be purchased for as little as £15 per person.
What is it? – SeaVenture at Discovery Cove is an underwater walking tour. Guests pop on a divers helmet and get the chance to explore the Grand Reef and come face to face with Sharks.
OAT view – I had no previous scuba or diving experience, I’m not even a very good swimmer but this tour is amazing.
Cost – Depends upon the time of year you visit, but can be purchased for as little as £42 per person.
What is it? – Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Orlando is the daddy of all Halloween themed events. Constantly voted number 1 in its field get ready to be scared out of your wits.
OAT view – We were lucky to visit this last year, so you can read our full review here. However in a nutshell this is trick or treat on steroids, an amazing amount of well known characters all out to make you jump out of your skin. If you’re into horror this is the event for you.
Cost – A 2014 Frequent Fear pass can be purchased for £54.00 not suitable for children under 13.
OAT view – A great way to save money, eat, drink and be merry until the park closes. Whats not to like?
Cost – All day dining passes can be purchased from as little as £13 per person.
Any of these take your fancy?