With the exclusive tour experiences at SeaWorld Orlando guests can go behind-the-scenes to see how the trainers care for and interact with the animals and get up close with some finned, flippered or feathered friends.
Some tours start from just $15 including the new Animal Ambassador Tour where guests go behind the scenes and meet the keepers. Encounter a variety of exotic and rescued animals, hear their stories and get a chance to take photos with them, the tour costs just $15 per person.
Other tours available to book at SeaWorld Orlando include:
Dolphin Encounter $20 each
See how SeaWorld Orlando cares for their dolphins, participate in a training session, then touch and feed a dolphin on this program.
Behind-the-Scenes Tour $20 each
Touch a shark, interact with a penguin and explore how the park works on this Behind-the-Scenes Up-Close Tour.
Walrus Up-Close Tour $30 each
Discover what makes animals from the coldest areas of the planet amazing on this unique interactive behind-the-scenes tour.
Dolphins Up-Close Tour $45 each
Come face-to-face with bottlenose dolphins during this incredible hands-on tour.
Killer Whale Up-Close Tour $85 each
Go beyond what guests see at the killer whale show and get up-close to a killer whale.
Penguins Up-Close Tour $60 each
During the adventure at Antarctica: Empire of the Penguin, guests will meet one of the incredible birds and learn all about their care from an animal experts.
Private VIP Tour $200 each
Enjoy a guided, private group tour including front-of-line access to rides, VIP seating at the signature shows, animal interactions and more.
Sea Lions Up-Close Tour $35 each
Come face-to-face with these personable pinnipeds for a special photo opportunity followed by an exciting feeding session at Pacific Point Preserve.
Sharks Up-Close Tour $15 each
Separate fact from fiction and explore the incredible diversity and design of sharks. Dare to peer down into the 700,000-gallon aquarium to discover how SeaWorld cares for these perfect predators. Then, touch a small shark and find out why these ancient species need help now more than ever.