This week Wild Florida unveiled the newest additions to its Gator and Wildlife Park: two rare white alligators.
This male and female pair recently relocated from an alligator farm in St. Augustine, and are the first breeding pair of alligators in Central Florida
World-renowned animal expert “Jungle Jack” Hanna is back for another weekend of excitement and storytelling at SeaWorld Orlando on August 20 and 21, 2016.
The internationally-known conservationist, author, television personality, and lifelong adventurer will share animal facts and his travel tales during interactive presentations inside the Nautilus Theater.
Mark your calendars for April 23, when the Harbor House of Central Florida hosts its 6th Annual Paws for Peace Walk.
The Paws for Peace Walk is a fun and leisurely stroll for families, friends, and their pets, to raise awareness about the impact of domestic abuse on pets and their owners.
Thanks to Feld Entertainment and the Amway Center, my family and I were able to see the first show of Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Presents Circus Xtreme here in Orlando.
This year’s show, Circus Xtreme, was pretty well done and just plain fun. My family really enjoyed it.
For the animal acts, it has elephants, camels, tigers, dogs; all did great in their respective acts. The camels were new and different to the show this year.
Gatorland, one of Orlando’s oldest attractions, is once again offering $9.99 admission rates for Florida residents.
This rate is valid for all ages (kids 2 and under are free) through December 31, 2014. The discounted price saves $15 off the adult admission rates.
Florida residents will also be allowed to apply the cost of their admission towards the purchase of an annual pass with extended benefits that include 30% admission discounts for accompanying guests, 50% off the Adventure Hour, 20% off Rookie Wrestling Experience & in-park photography stations, 20% off Gift Shop purchases and 10% off food & beverages within the park.
For more information, visit gatorland.com.