At a distance, Taumata Racer is the most eye-catching ride in Aquatica water park.
Most popular, however, is the Dolphin Plunge, where you can have fun with playful dolphins during the water adventure.
Aquatica, which has a pronounced marine theme, is in the same area as Sea World and Discovery Cove.
Last we counted there were 15 water adventures to enjoy at Aquatica. The water park, which premiered in 2008, has a South Pacific environment theme and among the attractions there are two giant pools with wave machines.
However, it is the The Dolphin Plunge ride that always gets the greatest attention. Here you can count on dolphins as a company while you go down in the fast lane.
Aquatica mix of relaxing and fast-paced adventures
Unlike some of the other water parks, Aquatica is open all yar around, never closing due to cool weather in winter (according to unconfirmed facts).
Ray Rush is a new triple attraction (three rides in the same round) that opens during 2018.
A full day adventure at Aquatica costs $ 43, but few guests are paying this full price. Most visitors are saving several dollars by combining Sea World with its water park. A two-day combination ticket costs about $ 125 at the Official Ticket Center.
Those who want to make full use of Sea World’s parks, think smart, buy a ticket to the exclusive and tropical Discovery Cove and get all other Sea World parks for free (plus a ticket discount at Busch Gardens in Tampa).
This ticket option does not only offer a dolphin swim in the exclusive park, also other exotic pleasures plus being “all-inclusive”, meaning unlimited food and drinks for free.
Since the Aquatica premiere in Orlando, Sea World has copied parts of its waterpark concept Aquatica to similar facilities in California and Texas.
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