When you think of the best time of the year to visit a water park, your mind instantly jumps to the summer months. When everyone thinks of Florida, they go straight to the theme parks and beaches but some often forget about the water parks! Florida is hot and when I say hot, we really mean it! That’s why we insist on you guys checking out the water parks here in Florida. Just recently Volcano Bay has finally opened back up to the public and we decided to make a return to this amazing water park. Join us as we inform you of everything you need to know about Volcano Bay and how to make your experience the greatest possible!
Have you ever wanted to visit a tropical-themed water park? Well now is your chance, Universal’s Volcano Bay Water Theme Park is where the magic happens. Universal’s Volcano Bay is located on Universal Orlando Resort property just off of interstate 4 and next to Universal’s Cabana Bay Beach Resort. You can experience first hand a ‘real volcano’ that is 200 feet tall, which houses three drop slides and you can travel through the volcano! Along with their spectacular Volcano, you can also go with the flow into a winding river and even a wave pool. The possibilities here at Volcano Bay are endless and you will never fail to stay cool. You can find tickets for $80/per day to experience first hand the amazing Krakatau Aqua Coaster, Ko’okiri Body Plunge, Ohya and Ohno Drop slides. But if you’re in a rush to ride all of your favorite rides at Volcano Bay, you can get express passes from: 1-Park Universal Express Pass for $19.99 or 1-Park Universal Express PLUS Pass for $39.99. Maybe you want to remember your amazing day at Volcano Bay, you can get a 1-Day Photo Package with unlimited digital downloads for $39.99. If you want to get your fine dining on you can even Quick Service Dining Plan for $25.99.
RIDES AND ATTRACTIONS
Volcano Bay here at Universal is the most thrilling water park you will experience! The thrill level of this water park is a very high 8 out of 10! With 3 drop slides including Ko’okiri Body Plunge which drops the floor out from under the rider dropping them 125 feet at a 70-degree angle, we would definitely call this the most thrilling water park here in Orlando. If you’re in the mood for a Coaster at a water park, you’re in the right place. Krakatau Aqua-Coaster rockets riders up and down through the iconic Volcano at the center of the park. These are just 2 of the high thrill slides, there are still 5 other slides in the park that could top any water park here in Orlando! Along with the amazing slides and coaster, they also have the TeAwa The Fearless River. This is a fast-moving river with rapids and 2 wave machines. Even the ‘lazy’ river is thrilling at Volcano Bay!
Have you ever wanted to just relax and unwind in your own private Cabana? Well, now you can here at Volcano Bay! You will have the opportunity to rent your own private cabana in a peaceful paradise. Each cabana offers padded lounge chairs, a small refrigerator stocked with bottled water, fruit and snack baskets, towel and locker service along with concierge service with an exclusive food and drink menu! This is the perfect opportunity to jump onto because you will receive all of the relaxations you need in their extra comfy lounges and concierge service. They have both 1 and 2 story retreats that are located throughout Universal’s Volcano Bay. You can either choose a Single Cabana Unit or a Family Suite Cabana. The Single Canaban Unit holds up to 6 people, has spectacular scenery, provides amazing convenience and accessibility, and you can even get your own standalone cabana for more privacy. The Family Suite Cabana holds up to 16 people, so if you’re planning a family trip and looking for an amazing place to reside, this could be for you. The Family Suite Cabana is the perfect suite to get for your large group to relax and it’s even a stand-alone cabana!
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When you think of the best time of the year to visit a water park, your mind instantly jumps to the summer months. When everyone thinks of Florida, they go straight to the theme parks and beaches but some often forget about the water parks! We insist on you guys checking out the water parks here in Florida. Just recently Volcano Bay has finally opened back up to the public and we decided to make a return to this amazing water park. We hope you enjoyed our trip back to Volcano Bay and we hope you get the chance to experience it for yourself, you won’t be disappointed!