There is no shortage of reasons for visiting Orlando but Universal have just added one more very large reason.
Volcano Bay is Universal’s new water park which features a 200-foot man-made volcano at the centre of the park.
The park includes two lazy rivers, a wave pool with several types of waves not to mention 18 different rides.
Universal are attempting to change the features guests hate most about water parks; queues and carrying rubber rings to the top of slides. Queues are virtual using wristbands and rubber tubes are carried to the top of all rides.
Volcano Bay will replace the Wet n’ Wild park which closed at the end of 2016. Volcano Bay is situated next to Cabana Bay and will be included in the park tickets for Universal Studios.
The park has restaurants, private cabana’s and interactive water features which work using the wristband. Using the Tapu Tapu wristband, guests can reserve a return time for a ride without physically standing in line. The wristband will alert you when it is time to return to your ride.
Volcano Bay opened its doors to guests in May and is sure to be packed as holiday goers trek to the park in the summer months.