Skyride provides an aerial mode of transportation around the park, appropriate for anyone not afraid of heights.
Rhino Rally is an off-road safari experience through the wilds of Africa. Guests travel over land and water with their personal guide in a 17-person Land Rover. Chances are you’ll come face-to-face with elephants, zebras, gazelles and, of course, rhinos. The ride may be too rough for the under 7's.
Moroccan Roll A fast-paced rock ‘n’ roll stage show. The live music and colorful middle-Eastern costumes is entertainment for the whole family.
R.L. Stine’s Haunted Lighthouse 4-D show might not be appropriate for timid children, but most over 7's will appreciate the special effects and the twists and turns of the spooky storyline.
Cheetah ChaseThis rollercoaster is a great for first timer's (non of that upside down stuff) compared to the daredevil reputation of the park's other coasters. Its four-passenger cars make it a perfect choice for families.
SheiKra is the only dive coaster in North America, catapulting riders 200 feet in the air to a 90-degree vertical drop, not to mention an Immelmann loop (a rolling maneuver), a second, 138-foot dive into an underground tunnel and a water-feature finale.
The older coasters such as Python and Scorpion still offer their share of excitement, but they can’t compete with newer, more scream-inducing rides such as Kumba" and the floorless Montu.
|Attractions for 6 years & Younger|
Serengeti Express Railway gorillas and chimps, ‘gators and giraffes, tropical birds and other beasts – to enthrall the younger set.The train moves through Busch Tanganyka Tidal Wave at Busch Gardens Busch Entertainment Corp.
Gardens’ Serengeti Plain Lets kids have the opportunity to spot free-roaming herds of African animals.
Ka Tonga its lively swirl of puppets, music and magic usually keeps the kids entertained But it maybe a bit long (35 Minutes).
Land of Dragons where stage shows, slides, water play areas and elaborate jungle gyms can keep small children busy for hours.