Aquatica Orlando Water Park
Aquatica Orlando is a whimsical, one-of-a-kind water park only the clever folks at SeaWorld could create – a fab combo of up-close animal encounters, flowing waters from serene to extreme, high-speed thrills and wide, sandy beaches.
Aquatica guests essentially get to play in, over, and under the water! There are nearly 60 acres of lush landscape inspired by the vivid colors and carefree lifestyle of the South Sea Islands. It’s little bits of New Zealand, Australia, and New Guinea, all rolled into one – good on ya mate!
Coming In 2019
Karekare Curl offers riders a high adrenaline weightless adventure as they climb the vertical wall of a big wave. (OPENS SPRING 2019)
Triple your fun with the three-in-one thrills of Ray Rush, new at Aquatica Orlando. Ray Rush is the fully-loaded water adventure with three ways to slide, splash and soar like never before. First, water jets launch your raft from zero to awesome in just seconds. Your adventure takes a twisting turn as you spin inside a colossal water sphere. Finally, dive into the giant manta wings, swooping up and down a different path each time. Fill your raft with family and friends for three times the thrills on the exciting Ray Rush at Aquatica, SeaWorld’s waterpark.
Cutback Cove & Big Surf Shores are giant, side-by-side wave pools offering gentle swells or ripper surf! There are also ginormous beach areas to enjoy with loungers, umbrellas and tons and tons of clean white sand.
One of the the most popular rides in the park is the quite unique Dolphin Plunge. Two side-by-side enclosed tube sides send you racing through an underwater world that is home to a playful pod of beautiful black-and-white Commerson’s Dolphins.
Ihu’s Breakaway Falls
A recent addition is Ihu’s Breakaway Falls an 8 story tower where riders face each other in transparent ‘Breakaway’ boxes waiting for the floor to disappear beneath them – the ‘heartbeat’ sound effect only adds to the anticipation!
Roa’s Rapids is a swift flowing adventure through a torrent of high tides, swirly whirlies, and gushing geysers – all at speeds that leave ordinary river rides eating this one’s wake!
If you’re looking for a bigger than big thrill meet the Taumata Racer, a high-speed competitive mat ride where eight racers rip down a really steep hill, head first!
Tassie’s Twisters is one of the wackier rides and getting there is part of the fun. From the Loggerhead Lane of the lazy river, you’ll make your way to the island in the center and climb to the tower. Once you get to the top, lightning fast tubes shoot you into a giant bowl, where you’ll spin, and spin, and spin, until you’re finally spun back out into the lazy river. You’ve never seen- or felt- anything quite like it.
Experience Omaka Rocka, a water slide in which riders speed down flumes into massive funnels, sliding high up one side and then the other.
Walhalla Wave is one the whole family can enjoy together, zooming you through a 6-story maze of twists, turns, and tunnels before surging back out into the daylight.
Whanau Way is a quadruple slide tower offering riders four different high-speed experiences.In the isles of the South Seas, Whanau means extended family, which is what you’ll feel like after diving down the slides on double inner tubes together. Look out below!
With its whimsical character and a seemingly endless sea of fun, Walkabout Waters is the place in the park that younger kids just can’t get enough of. This towering, 60-foot-tall rain fortress is bursting with color, excitement, and endless showers of water! The quadruple slide tower Whanau Way is one of the most popular rides in the park. In the isles of the South Seas, ‘Whanau’ means extended family, which is hopefully what you’ll feel like after diving down the slides on double inner tubes together.