Orlando | SeaWorld – Amusement Park | Travel Guide | Episode# 11


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Welcome to Hipfig’s Travel Guide series on Orlando, Florida. Why go to SeaWorld
Orlando? Watch this informative travel video now
for all the reasons to visit with free tips and insights to save you time and
money. There are several ways to get to SeaWorld Orlando if you’re staying at
Universal resort. You can take the superstar shuttle which is a free
scheduled shuttle which offers free transportation to SeaWorld.
Check with your hotel for details. If you’re taking the public links bus
you’ll take the links bus route SeaWorld links number 8, 38, 50, 111, or neighborhood links 641 and exit at Sea Harbor Drive and SeaWorld Drive and walk about
.2 miles to the entrance we suggest checking on Google Maps or
on the links trip planner for your best travel options and times. If you’re
driving your own car take I-4 West and take exit 72. Follow the signs for
SeaWorld and pay for your parking at the toll booth. Park your car as directed.
Your parking fee allows you to park with in and out privileges all day. Tip 1:
after securing your car and before you go to the main entrance and through
security, take a picture of your parking Lane and row number on your phone or
write it down so you’re not looking for your car at the end of the night. You can
also take the I ride trolley to SeaWorld Take the I ride trolley red line and get
off at Stop 28. For additional detailed information about transportation, go to
hipfig.com under Orlando. Tip 2: SeaWorld offers many ticket options, we
suggest purchasing those tickets through online travel companies like Expedia so
that you can earn point or with multi attraction passes like smart
destinations for incredible discounts we’ve provided a link to expediat and
smart destinations at hipfig.com. There are eight neighborhoods at SeaWorld: Sea of shallows, legends, ice , delight, mystery, fun and power, and you’ll enter at the port of entry. Tip 3: once at the port of entry
head west most of the rides are located on the west
side of the park. Tip 4: determine your route by show times. Most shows are
located on the east side and are available only at certain times during
the day. Tip 5: planning ahead will avoid extra walking. Once in an area do
all the things you want to do first then move on to avoid going back and forth
throughout the park. Tip 6: they have a new VR roller coaster
called the Kraken Unleashed. Make sure that you get a ticket by going to the
save your spot kiosk next to the entrance of the ride or go online if you
have an online account with SeaWorld to reserve your time. Tip 7: for your
information all outside attractions are closed during thunderstorms or impeding
storms which are usually in the afternoon so check the weather and plan
ahead so you don’t miss riding on any outside attractions. Tip 8: if the park or
many attractions are closed due to weather some guests may get a sunny day ticket which is valid for return visit within 90 days from the date of issue.
Ask about the sunny day ticket policy once you’re at the park or heck it out
online. Tip 9: be prepared it often rains in Orlando especially June to September
so pack a rain poncho Tip 10: save some money and bring a
plastic refillable water bottle with you you can refill it with ice and water for
free at any drink fountain kiosks. You can also bring some snacks like fruit,
nuts, or chips. You will easily save thirty to fifty dollars per person on
water and snacks Don’t miss the Empire of the penguin
which is my absolute favorite exhibit here at SeaWorld SeaWorld also operates Aquatica- a water
park, and Discovery Cove which is a high-end all-inclusive resort where you
can swim with dolphins snorkel with stingrays and hand-feed
tropical fish. These are located near SeaWorld. They also operate Busch Gardens which is a theme park in Tampa Florida. Tip 11: through Meers destination
services Seaworld provides complimentary transportation from several Orlando
locations to Busch Gardens -Tampa with the purchase of a Busch Gardens ticket.
Please call guest services at 1- 407- 545-5550 to schedule transportation. You will have some of the tallest and fastest roller
coasters in Orlando including Kraken, and the Manta Seawold also offers live, family-friendly shows, and animal encounters. This is a great place to have
fun with your family. SeaWorld is surprisingly good and a fun place to visit. Happy Travels. Go to hipfig.com for
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