During a recent media event, Busch Gardens Tampa Bay confirmed that Guests walking through the indoor portion of the queue of Cobra's Curse (the park's newest coaster) will be able to enjoy a great, themed scenery and... live snakes.
The inclusion of live animals in the attraction's queue area shows that Busch Gardens Tampa Bay is still committed to offer to Guests thrilling new attractions while also educating them about the creatures that we share our planet with.

Here you are additional information about the new family coaster and some of its amazing features:

This summer, guests will come face to fang from the moment they enter Busch Gardens Tampa Bay’s newest attraction, Cobra’s Curse. Today, the park debuted plans for its thrill ride queue line, featuring several of the world’s most notorious snake species that naturally fuel guests’ adrenaline.

“The snake exhibit at Cobra’s Curse will allow us to combine the best of what Busch Gardens has to offer – animals and thrill rides,” says Jeff Andrews, ‎Vice President, Zoological Operations at Busch Gardens Tampa Bay. “This exhibit will give our guests an unforgettable experience while continuing the conversation around conservation and education by highlighting the species and their important role in the wild, which is our top priority.”

Guests will be just inches away from the 400-cubic-foot snake exhibit which will include Jameson’s mambas, Angolan pythons and rhinoceros and gaboon vipers. The design of the multi-level exhibit not only reflects the theme of the ride, but also features several animal husbandry and enrichment components designed with the snakes’ welfare in mind, including naturalistic design elements, controlled heat sources and humidity control.

This spin coaster is the only one of its kind in the world, featuring a vertical lift and taking riders on a whirlwind adventure of exciting explorations. Located in the Egypt area of the park, explorers will come face-to-face with an 80-foot snake icon, trek over the park’s Serengeti Plain and discover the mysteries of an Egyptian archeological excavation.

Visit CobrasCurse.com for more information. Or, be the first to know about new events, special deals and future announcements by following the park’s blog at buschgardenstampablog.com, or “Like” the Busch Gardens Facebook page and follow @buschgardens on Twitter and Instagram.

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1 Comment(s):

Anonymous said...

That's awesome. Interesting to see how they deal with the vibrations from the coaster though.

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