Discovery Cove Theme Park in Orlando Florida

Discovery Cove is operated by SeaWorld parks and entertainment, also an amusement park owned located in & Orlando, Florida. This is the garden of SeaWorld Orlando and Aquatica Orlando. Guests can interact with a wide variety of marine animals including dolphins bottle. At Discovery Cove guests can “talk, touch, play and swim with bottlenose dolphins.


Discovery Cove contains a coral reef, where you can swim with thousands of tropical fish, stingrays up to 4 feet across and a shark tank and an underwater tigerfish located behind protective glass.

The Park contains a free-flight aviary, which contains more than 250 tropical parrots, toucans, and more than 30 other exotic birds. Hot tropical River runs through the cage and circles the Park, allowing guests to float past an assortment of Discovery Cove beaches, waterfalls, and rain forest landscapes. The tropical River runs into the garden warm freshwater resort pool.

A new attraction that opened in June of 2011 called the Grand reef. It has white sandy beaches, palm-lined Islands and underwater caves filled with sharks, moray eels, coral, and dozens of other tropical fish. Activities range from snorkeling with eagle rays to the rope bridge to cross the shark-filled lagoon. This attraction opened on June 10, 2011.


Discovery Cove is a complete registration and includes tickets to SeaWorld Orlando, Aquatica Orlando or Busch Gardens Tampa. Three different options offered by the Park, including the dolphin swim, non-dolphin-swim package, and “Trainer for a day”. Reservations for Discovery Cove are required, and a maximum of 1200 guests can be present in the Park at one time. Private cabanas located throughout the Theme Park are also available for rent.


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