#Boredommustfall – Boredom is history this June at uShaka!

#Boredommustfall – Boredom is history this June at uShaka!:

We all know that feeling – the countdown to the big winter break and time out from algebra, spelling, geography and science … only to find that you haven’t got a whole lot to do when break up day arrives.

The good news is that, during this winter break, boredom will be history at uShaka Marine World.

For just R99, youngsters can discover unlimited fun at Sea World, Wet n Wild, uShaka Kids World and Dangerous Creatures during the weekend of 15 and 16 June.

Durban’s mild winter weather and sunny days means exhilarating twists and turns at Wet n Wild. An array of different slides – including Africa’s highest water slide – will use up plenty of holiday energy while Sea World’s Dolphin, Seal and Penguin shows will provide great entertainment.

A walk through uShaka’s breath-taking aquarium, which is the seventh largest in the world and extends 500m through underground viewing galleries that share the secrets of the deep and four mysterious old ship wrecks, is a feast for the imagination.

Meanwhile, at uShaka Kids World, littlies can ramp up the kiddie fun in an area that is jam-packed with sand pits, treasure hunts, Africa’s highest jungle gym together and some water sprinklers.

For the more adventurous, there’s Dangerous Creatures at uShaka Village Walk. This Indiana Jones style warehouse is home to many beautiful and potentially dangerous animals – snakes, spiders, lizards and, of course, ambassador of this enthralling exhibit, Freddy the green Iguana.

So, leap into a fun filled winter break and join us at uShaka Marine World for Unlimited Fun! For more information, call 031-328 8000 or book your tickets through uShaka ticketing via www.tickets.ushakamarineworld.co.za . T’s and C’s apply.

Note to editors: uShaka Marine World closes at 5pm and Dangerous Creatures closes at 4:30pm.

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