A day at Discovery Cove in Orlando, Florida is truly a one of a kind experience.
With such a beautiful tropical setting, it’s hard to believe that you are in Central Florida’s “theme park capital” and not on an exotic island. Beautiful sand beach areas with plenty of chairs, lush greenery, food and drinks at your fingertips… it’s definitely the perfect day to unwind.
What It Is
Discovery Cove is one of the parks that Sea World offers. There are 3 parks in the Sea World area; Sea World, Aquatica which is an amazing water park, and Discovery Cove.
What You Get
A day at Discovery Cove is nearly All Inclusive! Included in your admission are breakfast, lunch, snacks, beverages (including beer and wine) sunscreen, wetsuits, mask, fins and snorkels, life vests, towels and lockers.
You can snorkel with fish and stingrays, float down a lazy river and see marmoset monkeys and otters, feed birds, and catch a flamingo parade. You can lay on the beach and read a book, while the kids play in the sand or wade in one of 3 offered lagoon areas. It’s the perfect day to step away from the hustle and bustle of the theme parks and take a relaxing break from it all.
For an additional fee, you can swim with dolphins, walk along the bottom of the lagoon with an air filled helmet (your hair doesn’t even get wet, it’s amazing), feed stingrays or even feed sharks – if you are brave enough.. haha! You can also upgrade to the premium drink package for mixed drinks and those amazing frozen fruity cocktails.
Packages to Expand Your Stay
Book a Discovery Cove Vacation Package and you get unlimited access to SeaWorld and Aquatica for your length of stay!! It’s the perfect little getaway for a super affordable price.
Stay at one of the official SeaWorld hotels and get free transportation to the parks, VIP seating for shows, early entry on select days, and 10% off food and merchandise. What are you waiting for? Our team would love to help you plan a trip to Sea World’s parks in Florida.
A big thank you to Embrace the Journey Travel’s Tracy Devlin for writing this blog and sharing her insight. Learn more about Tracy here.