SeaWorld Orlando's long-delayed new rapids ride is ready for visitors.
The park announced today that the Intamin vertical-lift rapids ride will open officially to the public at noon on October 4. (We've been invited to the press opening that morning and will have a full report following.) But the ride may be open to visitors on a soft-open basis starting today.
"Infinity Falls features roaring rapids, soaking fountains and a record-setting 40-foot waterfall drop, all against the backdrop of a rainforest utopia," SeaWorld said in its press release. "Guests will have the opportunity to take on the role of a conservationist on a journey through the rainforest and learn about the importance of freshwater conservation through interactive games and stories throughout the ride experience."
If you get on, we'd love to hear your rating and review of Infinity Falls. Themed to a South American river, Infinity Falls is a new thrill ride experience for the Orlando park, though its San Diego sibling has had a rapids ride for years.Tweet
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