SeaWorld NEW ORCA Encounter. Educational & Entertaining & Tickets Giveaway

SeaWorld San Diego has a new show, ORCA Encounter.

Last week, my kids and I were invited to a private tour at SeaWorld and were able to watch the new show which I was surprised is not about the killer whales doing tricks and jumps.

Here you’ll learn about this magnificent creature known as the killer whale.

I do admit, the show is a bit slow since it’s documentary-style format, but is not boring because it features a first-of-its-kind infinity screen, where  guests of SeaWorld will learn about the killer whale behavior and care in a unique way.

Did you know killer whales are the ultimate team player? ORCA Encounter is entertaining and very educational. Watch the video!

So you can experience the NEW ORCA Encounter show at SeaWorld as well as the rest of the new attractions, I’m giving away A SeaWorld Family Pack (4 Tickets) for SeaWorld, here’s how to enter the giveaway:

  • Comment below and tell me, What do you think of the new SeaWorld Generation which focuses on Seal-Life experience. This is Mandatory, if you don’t comment, you’ll be disqualified.

After you post your comment:

  • Use the form below to log in and enter the giveaway. Simply do one or more of the following nine entry methods listed on the form and earn up to a total of 45 points! Complete all nine entries to give yourself the best chance of winning! Good Luck!

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Giveaway will be open until July 15th 11:59pm PST. Winner will be selected via and will be notified via email. Winner has 24 hours to respond to our notification before another winner will be selected. Giveaway is open to winners in the US only, 18 years or older.

Orca Encounter is part of the new Seal-Life experience generation at SeaWorld. Stay tuned for our videoLearn about Oceans Explorer next week!

I was invited to The MOMS at Seaworld event which made this post and video possible. As always all opinions are my own.








  1. Sea World has changed a lot since we first started visiting in 2006. I miss the shows they used to have, especially House of Douse. I have many fond memories of sitting front row in the “soak zone!” It’s nice that they are making the show more educational and teaching people about whale behavior and care. I’m a bit sad that they had to make so many changes under all the pressure and scrutiny they have come under in the recent years. I’m interested in checking out the new show, but I’m not entirely sure if it will hold my kids’ attention like the old shows did.


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