Get Your Phreak On


Aug 1, 2012

Even though you can see this monstrous beast anywhere in the park it is actually located in the Stanleyville section of Busch Gardens Africa. Sheikra gets its name from an African Hawk that dives down for its prey. Looking up at this ride can send shivers down the backs of any would-be riders, and then seeing the trains themselves that are both unique and shiver...


Aug 1, 2012

Tucked away back beyond the tiger pits, deep in the African Congo of Bush Garden’s Tampa guest can hear the roar of a lion in the distance. In the African Congo language natives call this “ROAR” Kumba. As riders enter into the line of Kumba they will feel the breath of the Lions ROAR on the back of their necks, so if your ready to tackle the fierceness of...


Jul 31, 2012

Montu can be found in the immaculate Egyptian-themed area of Bush Gardens Tampa. It’s one of the world’s best-inverted roller coasters. Montu takes the roller coaster enthusiasts careening on a wild journey in a train that hangs below the track. Once inside the themed station, guests will board the inverted 4 people per row trains. As the ride begins coaster...

Seaworld Kraken

Jun 12, 2012

These mythical beast are legendary monsters that have haunted sailors since the dawn of time. Beware as you enter the den of the Kraken, this wild adventure with this monstrous eel will be like no other thrill ride you have ever been on. Sea World’s Kraken is unique, being the first roller coaster without a floor, that is to say; while seated in your...

Dragon Challenge

May 28, 2012

As you enter the ride through the stone archway and walk up the stone path that is filled with flags from Triwizard Tournament banners that winds along the edge of the Forbidden Forest, you pass by Hagrid’s magnificent home, and the Weasleys’ flying car plunked amid the trees near the entrance to the Triwizard tent. The interior takes you trough the...

SeaWorlds Manta Flying Roller Coaster

May 10, 2012

Manta’s station was integrated with a really cool manta exhibit. The exhibit is accessible to guests without having to enter the ride’s queue, just look for the Aquarium signs. As you reach the station, you can’t help but notice the tricked out trains complete with a theme of the blue Manta-ray. Once the rider has strolled through the subsurface queue,...


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