Universal Orlando Resort’s highly immersive water theme park, Volcano Bay, reopened for park guests on Saturday, February 27.
One of three theme parks at Universal Orlando, the tropical oasis offers a variety of relaxing and exciting experiences for the whole family to enjoy. Guests visiting the water park will be transported to a paradise inspired by the south-seas where they can stick their toes into the sands of Waturi Beach, drift down Kopiko Wai Winding River, brave a 125-foot drop near the volcano on Ko’okiri Body Plunge, plus more, all while being surrounded by a massive 200-foot volcano in the center of the theme park.
Volcano Bay is implementing park health and safety regulations. Temperature screenings will be enforced for guests and team members. The park will be limiting capacity on attractions, enforcing social distancing, aggressive cleaning and disinfection procedures, and requiring guests to wear face coverings inside restaurants, retail locations, and entering and exiting the park. However, face coverings will not be permitted while on slides and pools.
Tickets, annual and seasonal passes, and vacation packages that include access to Volcano Bay are on sale now. Guests who purchase a 3-park annual or seasonal pass by March 31, 2021, will receive three additional months for free. Block out dates apply on select passes.
Florida residents can save 20% on 2-day or 3-day multi-park tickets when they purchase online. Guests will also save 40% on a 4-day, 4-night hotel and ticket vacation package that includes accommodations at Universal’s Cabana Bay Beach Resort near Volcano Bay, theme park admission, and exclusive theme park benefits like Early Park Admission complimentary transportation throughout the destination, and more. The package starts at $1,388, after savings, based on a family of four.
For more information about Volcano Bay and ticket purchasing, visit Universal Orlando Resorts’ official website.
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Sit back and relax and enjoy these breathtaking views from Volcano Bay courtesy of Universal Orlando Resort.