There’s plenty of fun to be had at Aquatica Sea World Waterpark! With exciting rides and water slides, splash play areas and some adorable marine animals to meet, it’s a great day out for the entire family. Have a go on the Dolphin Drop or Omaka Rocka, head to the Big Surf Shores, ride the rapids, or simply relax in the sun.
Where to Eat at Aquatica
Aquatica offers an all-you-can-eat buffet at its Banana Beach Buffet restaurant. If you’re after a quick bite, Mango Market sells a variety of snacks and sweet treats, and for something more substantial, the Waterstone Grill serves burgers, sandwiches and wraps.
Here are a few tips to help you to have a fantastic trip to Aquatica.
Protect your skin. If you’re going to be outside enjoying the attractions all day, the last thing you want is to get sunburned, so make sure you take some water-resistant sunscreen.
Be a VIP. If you feel like pushing the boat out, consider SeaWorld Parks Extra, which gets you your own guide, or the chance to skip to the front of the queue.
Map out your day. You could end up missing out on some of the park’s best attractions if you don’t plan ahead and figure out what you want to do the most.
Book a cabana. If you fancy a shady place to chill out when you’re not on the rides, treat yourself to a cabana for the day.
Book online. You can avoid disappointment and dodge the queues by booking admission and parking online.
The Best Rides at Aquatica
Aquatica has a wide range of fantastically watery rides. Here are some of the best.
Dolphin Plunge. If you’ve ever wanted to meet dolphins in a whole new way, this ride is it! You’ll shoot through underwater tubes past these marine creatures on this unique 250-foot ride.
Taumata Racer. There’s nothing wrong with a bit of friendly competition. Get speed-sliding and competing against your family on this thrilling, headfirst waterslide.
Omaka Rocka. High-speed tubes take you on a wet and wild ride on this twisting slide.
Ihu’s Breakaway Falls. Adrenaline junkies won’t want to miss this terrifying slide, with its 40-foot vertical drop and 360-degree spiral.
Loggerhead Lane. You’ll see dolphins and spectacular tropical fish on this slow and lazy inflatable ring ride.
Opening times vary, please visit the official Aquatica Sea World site for details. Please be aware that the water park is closed on certain days throughout the year.
Ticket prices vary, please click here for further details.
How to Get There:
It’s easy to find Aquatica Sea World Waterpark. Just leave the I4 at Exit 71, the Sea World exit. There is parking available if required.