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Monday, April 8, 2019

Florida's tallest triple-launch roller coaster, Tigris, opens April 19 at Busch Gardens

Posted By on Mon, Apr 8, 2019 at 1:46 PM

Tigris at Busch Gardens Tampa - PHOTO VIA BUSCH GARDENS
  • Photo via Busch Gardens
  • Tigris at Busch Gardens Tampa
Busch Gardens officially announced that their brand new roller coaster, Tigris, will debut April 19.

We are just weeks away from experiencing the feeling of being 150 feet in the air and reaching speeds of 60 miles per hour.



Tigris will become Florida's tallest triple-launch coaster, says the company. It is also the first major ride to open since Cobra's Curse, which made its debut two years ago.

The attraction will race riders both forward and backward along more than 1,800 feet of track and will be located in the Stanleyville area of the park adjacent to Jungala, which houses the park's endangered Bengal tigers.

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