Swooping over sea and sky, Manta inspires riders with incredible underwater animal habitats, then soars them face-down, in a horizontal position, aboard a manta-inspired flying coaster. As is the case of most of SeaWorld’s attractions, Manta is an exhibit as well, showcasing sting rays and other exotic animal life.
An exhilarating roller coaster, Kraken speeds up to 65 miles per hour and reaches a height of 151 as it loops its way high over Serpent’s Lagoon. The park’s first roller coaster, Kraken is a coral teal, floorless beast that takes riders through a trough of inversions.
Mako is the third major roller coaster at SeaWorld Orlando, and a very different beast from its two predecessors, Kraken and Manta. its 200 foot tall profile, and it uses every bit of that height to move its train at speeds exceeding 70 miles an hour.
A one-of-a-kind “watercoaster,” Journey to Atlantis akes you on a water flume adventure aboard an eight-passenger boat that features a re-creation of the mythical city of Atlantis and a 60-foot-drop into a splash pool (prepare to get soaked!).
A one-of-a-kind show at Nautilus Theater, A’Lure is a mystical odyssey boasts lively music, acrobatics and comedy, along with state-of-the-art special effects.
6. Wild Arctic
Experience a simulated jet helicopter ride to “Base Station Wild Arctic,” a walk-through animal habitat that features polar bears, walruses, beluga whales and harbor seals.
Billed as a tale of “lost loot, pirate plunder and misadventure on the high seas,” Clyde and Seamore Take Pirate Island takes you on a hilarious swashbuckling adventure that stars a talented group of sea lions, otters and an immense walrus!
A theatrical spectacular, Blue Horizons showcases majestic animals such as dolphins and false killer whales, as well as talented divers, trapeze artists and exotic birds.
9. Dolphin Cove
A 700,000-galloon lagoon, Dolphin Cover is home to a variety of playful Atlantic bottlenose dolphins. Feeding sesions take place at designated times throughout the day.
10. Shark Encounter
Travel along the world’s largest underwater acrylic tunnel at Shark Encounter and view an assortment of shark species, as well as barracuda, eels and venomous fish.