Universal has released new pictures of what their new waterpark Volcano Bay will look like. And it’s going to be pretty impressive!
The first-of-its-kind 30-acre water theme park at Universal Orlando Resort will open next summer and feature a variety of experiences ranging from daring to serene.
They include a multi-directional wave pool with sandy beaches, a peaceful winding river, twisting multi-rider raft rides, speeding body slides that drop from the top of the volcano into the waters below – and more.
Universal has released the first details about the park’s state-of-the-art Krakatau Aqua Coaster, above, that will take guests on an exciting voyage unlike any other, and the all-new TapuTapu wearable technology that will redefine the way guests experience water parks.
Krakatau Aqua Coaster will be the star experience at Volcano Bay – combining innovative ride technology with water thrills to take families on an unforgettable adventure through the park’s massive icon – the 200ft Krakatau volcano.
Guests will board specially-designed canoes and propel downwards – and upwards – through the volcano’s interior peaks and valleys. They’ll twist, turn and plummet along dark passageways, be launched through sparkling waterfalls and so much more.
TapuTapu Wearable will redefine the queue experience – less time waiting in lines, more time having fun. Guests will be able to virtually wait in line while they play in other areas of the park. The wearable will alert guests when it’s time for them to ride so they can head to the attraction.
A Universal Orlando 3-Park Explorer ticket costs from £229 per adult and £220 per child, including 14 days unlimited access to Universal Studios, Universal’s Islands of Adventure and the Volcano Bay Water Theme Park. To book visit Attraction Tickets Direct