Friday, February 08, 2008

Busch Parks Openings Are On The Horizon

The Anheuser Busch theme parks in Central Florida are prepping for an exciting spring season with the opening of a brand new water park in Orlando and the introduction of an innovative and fresh animal habitat at Busch Gardens Tampa Bay. Lucky for you, can hook you up with tickets to be one of the premier visitors to these great new additions to the Central Florida vacation scene. We are your number one source for cheap theme park tickets to great Anheuser Busch parks like Sea World, Busch Gardens, and Discovery Cove.
Add to that already impressive list of great attractions Aquatica, an innovative water park that combines the two things SeaWorld does best: water and animals. Aquatica is the first full-sized theme park to open in Orlando since Discovery Cove starting serving guests back in 2000. It is also the first water park to come along since Blizzard Beach opening at the Walt Disney World Resort. But Aquatica is far from being your average water park.

Of course Aquatica has all of the adventurous attractions you would expect to find in a modern water playground: wave pools, tube rides, and 36 different water slides! In true SeaWorld fashion, however, this new-fangled aquatic extravaganza dishes out unique animal interactions in a tropical South-Pacific atmosphere with personalized service in private cabanas on an 80,000 square foot beach. It’s the crazy fun of a water park combined with the relaxation of a tropical island resort. See why we can’t wait for the public soft opening on March 1?

Across the state at Busch Gardens Tampa Bay, they are getting ready to unveil their newest adventure, the long-awaited Jungala. This four-acre addition to the Congo area of the park will completely immerse guests in a dense jungle atmosphere while leading adventurers down woody paths past waterfalls and towering trees to the hidden habitats of Bengal tigers, orangutans and other exotic creatures.

The grand opening of Jungala is scheduled for April 5. The night before, Busch Gardens will host the “Jungala Gala.” Guests at this annual benefit can be the first to explore “the only jungle world that plays with you” while raising money for the nonprofit Sea World & Busch Gardens Conservation Fund.

If you were not already planning an Orlando vacation this spring, you now have two great reasons to start arranging one. And is the only place to get all of the discount theme park tickets you will need.


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