SeaWorld Orlando in Florida: a place of most immersive and memorable experiences

04 Mar 2024

Travelers looking for a sunny and fun destination to call their own this year will find an oasis of opportunities for exploration and discovery when they set their sights on Orlando, Florida.

This central Florida city is home to dozens of theme parks as well as a tropical climate which offers up much in the way of wildlife spotting and enjoying lush landscapes.

Whether you’re one for indulging in the magic of Disney or making the most of incredible stops beyond the amusement parks, Orlando promises to be a place with something exciting for the entire family to enjoy. If during your stay you’re interested in learning more about marine life, a stop at SeaWorld offers up a unique opportunity to get up close with some of the ocean’s most amazing creatures.

SeaWorld Orlando, an amazing place to learn and play.

SeaWorld Orlando is a marine zoological park that’s located at 7007 SeaWorld Drive in Orlando and is open to the public Monday through Friday from 10:00 am and 9:00 pm with hours on Saturdays from 9:00 am until 9:00 pm and Sundays from 9:00 am until 8:00 pm.

Together with its neighboring Discovery Cove and Aquatica, SeaWorld Orlando is part of the larger SeaWorld Parks and Resorts Orlando. For those who love amusement style rides and attractions, SeaWorld Orlando is home to a collection of roller coasters that are sure to thrill.

From Manta and Sea Carousel, to Mako and Infinity Falls—guests can enjoy the ultimate afternoon of fun. For those who are more interested in learning about marine wildlife rehabilitation and conservation, SeaWorld Orlando offers behind the scenes tours of the on-site dolphin nursery, the penguin habitat, or the manatee rehabilitation center.

SeaWorld is also known for their dolphin, sea lion, and orca shows.

The SeaWorld also rescues and rehabilitates marine and terrestrial animals that are ill, injured, orphaned or abandoned, with the goal of returning them to the wild. The SeaWorld rescue team has helped over 40,000 animals in need over the its history.

Dolphin Cove

Dolphin Encounter is one of the largest interactive dolphin pools in the world, where you can see dolphins play and jump above the water, or see them gracefully swim in the underwater viewing area. Upgrade your day with a 30-minute dolphin swim including a shallow water dolphin interaction with a deep-water tow for the entire group.

Dolphin Nursery

Nothing draws a crowd quite like a newborn—especially when the baby is a bottlenose dolphin. The Dolphin Nursery is a great place to introduce kids to the beauty of life in the animal world from its very first chapters.

You can watch here as dolphin calves practice jumping, playing, and communicating with their moms and other newborns through clicks and vocalizations.

Flamingo Cove

Flamingos are known as one of the most unique birds in the world – and it’s not just because of their beautiful bright colors.

At Flamingo Cove, you’ll see up to 100 flamingos. Stop by to see these amazing creatures and gain an appreciation for the natural world.

Pelican Preserve

Due to permanent injuries that occurred in the wild, these rehabilitated brown and white pelicans are unable to be returned to their natural habitats. Stop by to see these amazing creatures and learn more about what you can do to help prevent such injuries.

Wild Arctic

In the fascinating journey through the Arctic you’ll explore a frozen wonderland of ice and Arctic animals as you come face-to-face with extraordinary belugas, colossal walruses and shy harbor seals.

Magellanic Penguins have also joined the fun at Wild Arctic! For a limited time, these adorable creatures are taking a break from their usual South American habitat and migrating North! Make sure to visit them before they head back South!

Sea Lion & Otter Spotlight

The Pacific Point Marine Conservation Center is ready to host you for a special tour through the lives of California sea lions and Asian small-clawed otters.

You’ll love seeing these fascinating animals in action and learning more about their characteristics, skills, and behaviors. You’ll discover where they live in the wild, what threats they face, and what simple steps you can take to help protect them. The center’s expert conservationists have a few fun surprises in store for you too. This presentation is a wonderfully educational and thoroughly entertaining journey that will stay with you long after you’ve left SeaWorld.


By Alex Arlander | ENC News



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