Just in time for summer in Orlando, Universal Orlando Resort's new water park, Universal's Volcano Bay erupted onto the scene with 18 incredible attractions surrounding a 200 ft volcano at its center called Krakatau. Whether you're looking to relax and unwind or you're a thrill seeker in search of a rush, the new water park in Orlando has it all, including lower wait times!
Universal Theme Parks Premier New Volcano Bay Water Park In Orlando
Universal's Volcano Bay water park takes the place of Wet 'n Wild Orlando that was added to the Universal Theme Parks family in 1998 and closed it's doors last year. Upon entering Volcano Bay you'll receive a Tapu Tapu band. This band allows you to wade in nearby pools and wander around the park while you digitally wait in line. This prevents long wait times and makes the overall water park experience more enjoyable for the entire family
There are three sections surrounding the massive Volcano at the center of the park that flows with water then glows with lava like effects at night. Wave Village, River Village, and Rainforest Village each host their own set of attractions including tube river rides, wave pools, clear tube slides, and a splash pool for the little ones. Searching for something more extreme? Take a ride on the Krakatau Aqua Coaster full of dips, turns, and ending with a plunge down a waterfall. Tickets are moderately priced. $67 for adults and $62 for children and can be included in a Universal Theme Parks package.
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