7 Reasons to Visit Universal’s Volcano Bay this Fall

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It’s never-ending fun in the sun at Universal’s Volcano Bay. We might be jumping into the fall season, but right now is the perfect time to visit the water theme park, Universal’s tropical oasis featuring thrills and relaxation for the whole family.

Grab the flip-flops and cool shades, and plan an exciting getaway to Volcano Bay, where it’s a summer paradise all year-long!

Here are seven reasons why you should be planning your next adventure at Volcano Bay this fall:

Relax on the River
Enjoy a lazy ride down the river on the Kopiko Wai Winding River, which gently takes you through the tropical landscape of Universal’s Volcano Bay. Sprays of water surprise along the way and beneath the lava rocks.

Take a Thrill Ride
Have some fun on Honu, a twisting, turning, multi-person slide. On Honu, you can surf the underwater currents on a four-passenger raft, speeding through an open flume, then streaking along two massive walls emblazoned with Waturi turtles.

Little Kid Fun
Even the youngest kiddos can get in on the fun in the shallows of Tot Tiki Reef. Play among splashy slides, a tot-sized water volcano and a family of friendly tikis with spraying fountains. Plus, adorable whales spray and sing as kids raise and lower their hands.

TapuTapu Time
A waterproof wearable specifically designed for Volcano Bay, TapuTapu makes the guest experience throughout the entire park as hassle-free and fun-filled as possible. Use your TapuTapu to hold your place in the Virtual Line for one attraction at a time. TapuTapu will activate special effects within the attraction, such as shooting water cannons and lighting up images within the volcano’s cave. The TapuTapu wristband will be issued to visitors when they arrive at Volcano Bay.

Cabana Life
If you want to add a dash of luxury to experience at Volcano Bay, you can relax, unwind and enjoy the charms of your own private cabana. Each cabana retreat offers padded lounge chairs, a small refrigerator stocked with bottled water, complimentary fruit and snack basket, towel and locker service, plus concierge service with an exclusive menu of food and drink delivered directly to the cabana. One-story and two-story retreats are located throughout the park.

Let’s Eat!
Great food at a water park? You better believe it! From kid-friendly dishes to delicious cuisine for the adults, Volcano Bay offers more than 60 unique menu items inspired by the flavors of the South Pacific.

  • Bambu: This cool, shaded hideaway made of elegant stalks of bamboo offers a mouthwatering selection of quick and easy eats. Choose from imaginative island fare with chef-crafted burgers and sandwiches.
  • Whakawaiwai Eats: Savor Island BBQ Chicken Pizza, Tropical Baby Greens salad, Hawaiian Pizza, Specialty Foot-Long Hot Dogs on Pretzel Buns, Jerk Mac & Cheese, fruit and more brilliantly delicious temptations alongside the sparkling river.
  • Kohola Reef Restaurant & Social Club: This airy escape at the base of the majestic Krakatau™ volcano delights with fresh island favorites including tangy Mango BBQ Pulled Pork Sandwiches, tasty Quinoa Edamame Burgers, crunchy Coconut Crusted Fried Chicken, and Guava Tapioca Pudding.

Take some time to shop for all types of beach essentials and vacation attire, plus souvenirs to take home.

  • Waturi Marketplace: You’ll find two stores in one at this convenient shopping area. Browse an array of fashionable women’s apparel at the women’s boutique. And get beach apparel, footwear and more for men and kids at the men’s shop.
  • Krakatoa Katy’s™: Whether you’re looking for sunglasses, souvenirs and sundries, or swim shirts, beach towels and accessories, you’ll find it all here.

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By Jeff Hyatt

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