For something different to do during your vacation a visit to this natural wonder is a must.
The site was bought in 1993 by the current owners, this natural wonder has been transformed from a simple scuba diving site to a world class tourist attraction.
The spring is undergound inside a dry cave and has been home to many extinct animal fossils dating back to the Pleistocene Age, many of them are on display at The University of Florida’s Museum of Natural History.
Do something different, it will be a fantastic memory to make
SeaWorld Orlando has announced that on Saturday, April 1, 2017 they will ill launch a new show called Dolphin Days
The new show will immerse guests into the world of the ocean’s most playful creature, the dolphin.
Dolphin Days, will debut on replacing the popular Blue Horizons® which is ending after an eleven-year run at Dolphin Theater. In the new presentation, the audience will learn more about the individual personalities of each dolphin while witnessing the special bond that these beautiful creatures share with their trainers.
There will also be macaws and other tropical birds to unite both the mysteries of the deep oceans with the wonder and beauty of the skies.
The much anticipated new roller coaster *MAKO* has now opened at Seaworld
The coaster is 200 feet tall and goes up to 73 mph and is 4,760 feet long.
Mako is what is known as a Hypercoasters this means that it typically has a drop of at least 200 feet. They’re built for speed and what the industry calls “airtime” — those moments when riders are literally lifted from their seats and this is the first for Orlando.