Want to cool off from Florida’s heat? Head to SeaWorld’s Aquatica Water Park! You can purchase tickets online for as low as $39.99 for single-day admission – that’s $20 off! There’s so much to see and do at Aquatica, including 42 slides, rivers and lagoons! See our fun-filled day at the water park below.
I was invited as media to spend a day at Aquatica. All opinions are my own.
Family fun at Aquatica Water Park
Get ready to brave a watery free-fall on the all-new Ihu’s Breakaway Falls™ – the tallest, steepest and only multi-drop tower slide of its kind in Orlando. Aquatica, SeaWorld’s Waterpark, offers exclusive attractions that promise unlimited fun, sending guests on amazing undersea adventures.
Located in the heart of Orlando’s attraction district, Aquatica water park offers a serene escape from the busy city. Guests can enjoy 13 different attractions, including:
Ihu’s Breakaway Falls – Orlando’s tallest, steepest, and only multi-drop tower slide of its kind.
Dolphin Plunge® – Which takes riders down 250 feet of clear tubes, underwater, and through Aquatica Orlando’s beautiful Commerson’s dolphin habitat.
Omaka Rocka™ – A water slide taste of half-pipe, near-vertical thrills previously experienced only by daring skateboarders and snowboarders.
Big Surf Shores™ & Cutback Cove™ – Catch a wave in the world’s only side-by-side wave pools capable of operating together or independently.
Roa’s Rapids® – This adventure river zips guests through 1,500 feet of rapids, past geysers and through waterfalls at a speed three to four times faster than a typical waterpark river.
Loggerhead Lane™ – This lazy river floats guests through a spectacular underwater view of the Commerson’s dolphins, past exotic birds and through a beautiful 10,000-gallon habitat of hundreds of exotic fish.
Taumata Racer® – This eight-lane racing slide is named after a 300-foot hill in southern Hawke’s Bay, New Zealand.
Hooroo Run® – Soar down this 6-story, 250-foot, triple-drop water ride.
Walhalla Wave® – This family raft ride splashes four guests at a time down six stories and through 600 feet of tunnels, twists and turns.
Tassie’s Twister™ – The 129-foot flume takes single or double inner tubes into a super bowl, spins riders around and drops them into Loggerhead Lane.
Whanau Way® – In double inner tubes, riders head down 5-story slides filled with thrilling drops,unexpected curves and cascading water curtains.
Walkabout Waters™ – This 60-foot-tall colorful water adventure is the perfect playground for kids to zip down slides and blast water cannons.
Kata’s Kookaburra Cove® – This irresistible water wonderland for children contains 79,000 gallons of water and features plentiful fountains, rides and slides.
Florida’s weather is typically warm year-round, with the exception of a few weeks during winter (Dec-Feb). Therefore Aquatica water park is the perfect place to play! We spent a summer afternoon at the parks (before the afternoon storms hit) and enjoyed several rides including Roa’s Rapids, Walhalla Wave and Tassie’s Twister. My youngest son also spent some time at the kid zone, Walkabout Waters!
Thanks to Aquatica’s Quick Queue® we were able to skip the lines and get on the rides quickly! I highly recommend taking advantage of this skip the line pass if you’re going during busy months, like summer.
Aquatica, SeaWorld’s Waterpark is open year-round! Save on tickets by purchasing your tickets online. You can’t beat the $39.99 online rate for a single-day pass! Or buy the Fun Card which is $59.99 for unlimited general admission for the year! Then you can come back and play anytime you’d like.