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TurtleTrek reviews

Theme Park Insider readers offer their ratings and reviews for TurtleTrek, a movie at SeaWorld Orlando.

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Posted: March 30, 2014

TurtleTrek is more than a simple viewing area. The pavilion includes a 360-degree, 3D theater that tells the story of sea turtles' journey from the beach to the sea and back again. From there, walk through several interactive exhibits, including underwater viewing of sea turtle and manatee habitats.

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19 votes, so far

The 3D domed theater show had the potential to be good, but the film was not very high quality. Also, be prepared to hear several times how humans are the bad guys. - Christy Hall

Overall I found this to be a great 3D experience. The two aquariums that you view before the actual 3D film are a wonderful opportunity to see some manatees, fish, and, of course, sea turtles up close. The 3D film has amazing 3D images. As a previous reviewer stated, the animation is obviously not up to par with what you'd see at Disney or Universal, but I think the actual 3D presentation is as good or better. - Derek Morse

A good addition to the park but doesn't reach the hype for its opening the film relies on poor computer animation with great 3D creating an off balance presentation - robert morris

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