DOLLAR AT PAR SeaWorld offers Canadians Dollar Deal
Posted on 10/19/2015 | About Orlando, Florida
Canadian residents can now enjoy all the warmth and thrills of a Florida vacation with “At Par” pricing for a day at SeaWorld Orlando or Busch Gardens Tampa. The offer begins October 26 and runs through April 30.
SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment inspires millions to celebrate, connect with and care for the natural world. Through up-close animal encounters, educational exhibits and innovative entertainment, guests to SeaWorld and Busch Gardens parks leave with a heightened sensitivity to the world around them and an awareness of the plight of animals in the wild. Canadians can escape the cold and enjoy the warmth and wonder at SeaWorld Orlando, where the aquatic world comes alive. Ride the Manta, experience the power and grace of killer whales in the awe-inspiring Shamu show, and share an epic voyage with sea turtles on the 3-D, 360 degree TurtleTrek. For an icy experience that warms your heart, there is nothing cooler than Antarctica: Empire of the Penguin.
Clyde and Seamore's Sea Lion High is an all-new sea lion comedy adventure, full of fun and big personalities of sea lions, walruses and otters. The cast of animals and trainers connect guests with these incredible animals, and a special pre-show celebrates teachers from all over. Busch Gardens Tampa offers 300 acres of attractions based on exotic explorations around the world. It’s a unique blend of thrilling rides, one of the countries premiere zoos with more than 12,000 animals, plus live shows, shops and games. Thrill riders get to choose from a variety of coasters including classics SheiKra, Kumba and Montu, and new favorites Falcon’s Fury and Cheetah Hunt.
Canadian At Par pricing is available for advanced purchase only through SeaWorld Parks travel partners Air Canada Vacations, Fun Sun Vacations, Holiday Escapes, Holiday House, Sunwing, Transat and Westjet Vacations. Tickets are good for single day admission and must be redeemed before April 30, 2016. Proof of Canadian residency is required at the front gate.