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SeaWorld has always been one of those hidden gems in the Orlando area. Outsized by Walt Disney World and Universal Studios, it’s often overlooked. However, when my kids were younger, it was one of our favorite parks to visit. Easy to navigate and perfect for a one day park, my children loved watching and learning about the animals. While Sea World Parks around the country has always been about conservation and protection, they’ve recently launched their Park to Planet initiative, to bring more light on what they do.
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SeaWorld describes it’s park as a Park with a Purpose. From their website:
We’re on a mission, and it’s big. But not impossible. Together we’re going to protect marine life and the oceans they call home. Your visit to SeaWorld isn’t just a chance to feel connected to the ocean and its creatures – it’s a chance for you to play a part in protecting our planet. Each ticket, each visit, each experience at our parks helps fund wildlife rescue and rehabilitation efforts, habitat protections, and ocean health initiatives.
Additionally, if you haven’t heard, SeaWorld has ended its killer whale breeding program and are introducing a new Orca Encounter.
All in all, SeaWorld leads the charge in animal rescue, saving over 31,000 animals. Plus, they conduct regular beach and shoreline cleanups.
Whether you visit Sea World Orlando, San Diego or San Antonio, you’ll contribute to these ongoing preservation and conservation efforts. It’s time to give SeaWorld another look. Click on the links or the banners to go directly to SeaWorld parks and see how they are changing. Or click below to save on SeaWorld tickets in the Orlando area.