Volcanos in Florida? Oh yeah, it’s kind of a thing! With all the grandeur of the real deal minus the danger, Universal Orlando's Volcano Bay has become a worldwide destination. While this volcano won’t be erupting with anything life-threatening, you can cool down from the scorching Florida sun in its pools, lazy rivers, and thrilling water rides.

Island life isn’t all sunshine and coconuts, there are a lot of perils that come along with it. Molten lava and dangerous surf are just a few on the list, and Volcano Bay has taken out all the hazards but none of the thrills.

From the Krakatau Water Coaster with its four-person canoe to the totally-not-terrifying-just-kidding-you’ll-probably-pee-your-pants Kala & Tai Nui body slides, Volcano Bay is definitely not lacking in scream-worthy attractions.

If those two didn’t make you hoarse, you can also check out the Puihi of Maku Puihi with its multi-person spinning rafts, and the Ohno of Ohya drop slides.

Of course, there are plenty of spots for a little bit of downtime, too. Or a lot of downtime for those of you really looking to rest and relax. It’s your vacation, after all, no judgment here.

Drift down the leisurely lazy river at Kopiko Wai Winding River, where you can take in all the tropical landscapes of Volcano Bay.

Then of course there are the refreshing waters of Waturi Beach, where you’ll get the most perfect view of the majestic volcano.

And if you’re really looking to get away from the crowds, you can even rent a cabana to lounge in, either on the ground for easy access or on the upper levels for all the views.

No matter how you want to spend your vacation, the ultimate island escape awaits at Volcano Bay!

Universal's Volcano Bay Water Theme Park

Price: $80 single-day ticket to Volcano Bay only, with other package and park deals also available

Address: 6000 Universal Blvd, Orlando, FL

Why You Need To Go: For all the thrills and ease of island life, and everything in between, Volcano Bay is the ultimate getaway.



We strongly advise that before you go swimming or visit any location, you check the most recent updates on potential hazards, security, water quality, and closures. If you do plan to visit a location, respect the environment and obey any local laws.


 

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