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Universal Volcano Bay Water Theme Park

Address: 6000 Universal Blvd
FL 32819

Phone: (407) 363-8000

Website: Click Here

Universal Volcano Bay Water Theme Park:

Volcano Bay is a water theme park like no other. Here, you will discover the wonders of the TapuTapu wearable and a new way to wait with the Virtual Line.

Plus, we've got even more tips to help you get the most out of this tropical paradise.

Park Tips:
  • Plan ahead and check to make sure the park is not closed because it has reached capacity.
  • Get there early if your day is planned around doing Universal Volcano Bay Water Theme Park.
  • Don't forget your swim suits.
  • Take your own food, Universal Volcano Bay Water Theme Park can be expensive.

Park Entrance Fees:
  • You need a maths degree to figure out the way theme parks price their tickets, as they vary so wildly.
  • Choosing the cheapest day is not always the best option as the park could be a lot busier.
  • Keep an eye out for ticket promotions. Be careful though, if it looks too good to be true then it will be.
  • Consider Multi-Park tickets. Discounts are available for parks within the same organisation.
  • Compare buying in your own currency or in Dollars, you would be surprised.
  • Don't forget you have to pay "State Tax". Currently it is 6%.

Parking Fees:
  • $50-$60 per day - Prime parking
  • $30 per day - Standard parking: car or motorcycle
  • $40 per day - Oversized Vehicle Parking: Shuttle, Limo, Camper Trailer, RV, Bus or Tractor Trailer


Honu of the Honu ika Moana
Just like the ancient Waturi people who rode the ocean waves on friendly sea turtles, you can enjoy this twisting, turning, multi-person slide.

ika Moana of the Honu ika Moana
Just like the ancient Waturi people who rode the ocean waves on friendly whales, you can enjoy this twisting, turning, multi-person slide.

Kala & Tai Nui Serpentine Body Slides
IJoin Kala and Tai Nui where sea and sky meet and take a leap of faith from high atop the volcano.

Ko'okiri Body Plunge
Is a one acre wave pool for those who want to relax on a large beach area with beach chairs.

Kopiko Wai Winding River
Take a slow ride on the Kopiko Wai Winding River through the tropical landscape of Universal's Volcano Bay, a land full of surprises.

Krakatau Aqua Coaster
Honorary Waturi can experience the power of Krakatau on this amazing ride.

Maku of the Maku Puihi Round Raft Rides
Enter the dramatic lava-tube path on this six-person raft ride. Maku slides at high speeds through a volcanic gorge before spinning around bowl-like formations.

Ohno of Ohyah & Ohno Drop Slides
Make the climb to cross a deep chasm, brave the rope bridge and take the plunge down a serpentine adventure that ends 6 feet above the awaiting pool.

SOhyah of Ohyah & Ohno Drop Slides
Is a 120-foot-high waterslide for visitors who are at least 48 inches tall. This incredible slide has a 12 story drop and speeds riders down the mountain at 50 to 60 MPH.

Puihi of the Maku Puihi Round Raft Rides
This multi-person rafting ride will get your heart pumping. Enter the dramatic lava-tube path and test your bravery on Puihi, where you careen through a dark, winding cavern.

Puka Uli Lagoon
This relaxing leisure pool features playful elements that even the tiniest Waturi can enjoy, like tropical bongo drums and spraying jets of water.

Punga Racers
A favourite among Waturi children, Punga Racers send single riders on a body slide down four lanes through underwater sea caves.

Raki of Taniwha Tubes
There's a place where the puka trees grow abnormally tall, with strange snake-like trunks. Inspired by their twisting roots, the Waturi built these two twisting blue water slides.

TeAwa the Fearless River
Head to Hammerhead Beach and take a thrilling whitewater ride through the heart of the volcano and down a run in Rainforest Village.

The Reef
Watch the bravest Waturi take the Ko'okiri Body Plunge from the comfort of this peaceful leisure pool. A clear plexi tube shoots straight through the 5.5-foot-deep shallows, which feature its own private waterfall perfect for frolicking.

Tonga of Taniwha Tubes
The serpentine trunks of the tallest puka trees seem to link earth to sky. The Waturi sought to mirror their coiling path when they built these two curving green water slides.

Waturi Beach
Locals know that the waves are always perfect at Waturi Beach, where lapping surf overlooks the picturesque Wave Village.