Aquatica Seaworld, Orlando Florida
At the Aquatica water-park at SeaWorld Orlando you will find a lot of pretty colorful characters.
The park is inspired by the energy of the South Seas and the animals who call it home. The animals bring the park to life. There are so many ways to experience Aquatica and all the fun and carefree spirit that this whimsical place has to offer. Aquatica, SeaWorld’s water park is a combination of excitement, energy and imagination coming together in a fresh new way to enjoy a water theme park. Only SeaWorld could have planned an experience so unique to any other theme park. But it’s more than just a fun time, SeaWorld takes pride in making Aquatica a safe, educational and family-friendly place for those with kids.
Aquatica is a very photogenic water park next door to Sea World Orlando that offers brightly themed attractions and slides. The entire park has a Tropical Australian theme that covers the entire the park, making it one of the better themed water parks in Florida. Along with the theming are very unique attractions and water slides like the Roa’s Rapids speed river where you can experience a fast flowing lazy river, and Dolphin’s Plunge which is a body slide that contains a glass tunnel that leads through a Commerson’s dolphin tank. You can float through an undersea world of colorful fish, race into rolling rapids or get soaked on the tube slides that send you speeding through a lively lagoon filled with playful, black and white Commerson’s dolphins.
Aquatica is located at 5800 Water Play Way just off International drive and across the street from Seaworld.
Aquatica provides amazing attractions for people of all ages and swimming abilities.
Guest will meet fascinating animal characters, see some beautiful exotic animals and can even take swimming lessons during their visit.
Enjoy the many choices from their lazy rivers, wave pools, body, raft, mat, multi-person raft slides and more.
The attractions at Aquatica are numerous.
The rides and slides are state of the art.
Below is a park map a descriptions that show the multitude of attractions that the park has to offer.
Aquatica Sea World Rides and Attactions
Cutback Cove & Big Surf Shores
Aquatica is unique in that it has two giant, side-by-side wave pools that you won’t find anywhere else in the U.S. At Cutback Cove, the waves are always rolling, and the action’s always high. At Big Surf Shores, the surf can be high or slow and easy. You have two separate wave pools to choose from.
One the most popular rides in the park is the incredible Dolphin Plunge. One look at it and it’s easy to see why it’s so popular. Two side-by-side enclosed tube slides send you racing through an underwater world that is home to a playful pod of beautiful black-and-white Commerson’s Dolphins. Known for their playful nature and electrifying speed, you may well see them racing right alongside you as you zoom by. It’s a ride unlike any other in the world.
In Australia, “hooroo” means “goodbye” but get ready to yell it quickly. By the time your raft is heaved over the edge, you’ll speed to the bottom before you can say hello again. Guests must be 42″ (1.07 m) to ride and must be able to maintain proper riding position holding on to both handles unassisted. Cameras must be properly secured in order to allow the rider to maintain proper riding position and to avoid the potential of causing injury to another guest or damaging the attraction. Guests under 48″ (1.22 m) are recommended to wear a life vest. Maximum rider weight is 600 lbs. (272 kg).
Ihu’s Breakaway Falls
Brave the watery free-fall on the all-new drop slide, Ihu’s Breakaway Falls – the tallest, steepest and only multi-drop tower of its kind in Orlando. The slide is named after Ihu, Aquatica, SeaWorld’s Waterpark Orlando’s colorful gecko, who searches for the biggest thrills, steepest hills and the coolest spills in the waterpark.
Kata’s Kookaburra Cove
Kata’s Kookaburra Cove is one the coolest place to be in the park, especially if you a kid.If you’re a kid With a beginner’s body slide, water spouts and silly rides, kids can laugh it up all day long- and so can you! Rides in this area require guests to be no taller than 48″.
If your looking to get off you feet for a while, hop on a lazy river ride down Loggerhead Lane.
This leisurely raft ride brings through an underwater world that is colored by exotic tropical fish.
Omaka Rocka is an water thrill ride featuring high-speed tubes and half-pipe funnels. It has riders splashing and sliding frontward and backward and climbing the walls. Experience Omaka Rocka, a water slide in which riders speed down flumes into massive funnels, sliding high up one side and then the other. Must be at least 48″ (1.22 m) tall and under 250 lbs (114 kg). Cameras of any kind are not permitted.
Roa’s Rapids is an action river ride that races you through the white waters of Aquatica. Get ready for an awesome adventure through a roaring sea of high tides, swirling whirlies, and gushing geysers- all at speeds that leave ordinary river rides eating this one’s wake. Guests under 51″ are required to wear a life vest.
Tassie’s Twisters is one of the craziest rides that you’ll ever take, which makes it part of the fun.
This is the biggest thrill ride in the park. YTaumata is a high-speed competitive mat ride. It takes eight racers down a staggeringly steep hill, head first.
Walhalla Wave & HooRoo Run
Walhalla Wave is a thrilling ride that the whole family can take, it screams through a 6-story maze of twists, turns, and tunnels before surging you back out into daylight. Guests must be 42″ (1.07 m) to ride and must be able to maintain proper riding position holding on to both handles unassisted. Cameras must be properly secured in order to allow the rider to maintain proper riding position and to avoid the potential of causing injury to another guest or damaging the attraction. Guests under 48″ (1.22 m) are recommended to wear a life vest. Maximum rider weight is 600 lbs. (272 kg).
This ride is full of whimsical characters and a seemingly endless sea of fun. Walkabout Waters is one of the most popular places in the park for kids. This towering, 60-foot-tall rain fortress is bursting with color, excitement, and adventures waiting to begin. Covering a full 15,000 square feet, it’s easy to spot on a map. Guests must be at least 36″ tall to ride the slides. Guests must be able to maintain proper riding position.
This quadruple slide tower has four different high-speed experiences for riders to enjoy. You can dive down the slides on double inner tubes. Guests must be able to maintain proper riding position to ride. Guests under 48″ (1.22 m) are required to wear a life vest. Maximum rider weight is 300 lbs. (136.08 kg), single or double riders allowed. Cameras of any kind are not permitted.
Guest will meet Roa at Roa’s Rapids, Kata at Kata’s Kookaburra Cove, Wae Wae at Walkabout Waters, Wai at Dolphin Plunge.
They are some of the playful animal characters at Aquatica.
Watch for real life animals and their trainers as they meet and greet guest through out the park.
Look out for and meet macaws, anteater, turtle, and kookaburra.
Dining and Shopping
Relax and dine at Aquatica Family Picnic.
The Banana Beach is a real dining value you will want to explore.
Guest can dine all day long, or just visit once to en the buffet and drinks.
Mango Market offers a diverse list of snacks and treats.
Enjoy pizza, chicken tenders, sandwiches, salads, desserts, soft serve ice cream and drinks.
WaterStone Grill provides many fresh favorite sandwiches, hamburgers, wraps, salads, desserts and children meals.
Shop at Beachies and Sunnies for toys, gift, and sundries.
Kiwi Traders is where you can buy jewelry, headway and family apparel.
Adaptations offers headwear, jewelry accessories and well-know clothing.