SeaWorld describes their new
water attraction as a "whimsical, one-of-a-kind" water park.
Aquatica, blends together animal experiences, waters from serene
to extreme, high-speed thrills and sandy beaches.
“SeaWorld is famous for
immersing guests in the mystery of the sea and its animals,” said
Jim Atchison, executive vice president and general manager of SeaWorld
Orlando. Aquatica takes this immersion to a new level,
inviting guests to play in, over, and under the water itself.”
The nearly 60 acre park, located east of International Drive,
features lush landscape inspired by the flora of the South Sea Islands
and have crystal-blue rivers winding through hidden grottos and
All told, there are thirty-six water slides,
six rivers, and more than 80,000 square feet of beach area. The
park’s signature attraction, Dolphin Plunge, plunges riders in clear tubes through
a crystal-blue lagoon which will hold black-and-white Commerson’s
Aquatica, SeaWorld's Water
Park, will offer twin wave
pools that can produce two different wave patterns or work in tandem
to create dueling waves and enormous combined waves.
Many of the park's attractions
even offer dual experiences within the same ride. Two immense wave
lagoons create the world's only side-by-side wave pools that can
be operated independently or together. Though side-by-side, each
lagoon offers a very different experience: one with crashing waves
and 5-foot swells, the other with a gently rolling surf. Nine different
wave patterns can be created throughout the two pools, with the
ability to generate one immense wave, or even "dueling" waves.Peeking
through this verdant landscape, brightly colored, quirky buildings
topped with swooping, pitched roofs create an uplifting, carefree
setting. Colorful, whimsical animals - derivative patterns from
New Zealand's Maori culture - adorn carved totem poles and interactive
Aquatica, SeaWorld's Water Park, features the most thrilling water
rides in the world with 36 water slides, six rivers and lagoons,
and more than 80,000 square feet of beach area. Designed in a way
that could only be done by SeaWorld, these distinct attractions
will zoom, float and splash guests through amazing animal habitats
and undersea adventures.
The park's signature attraction
plunges riders in clear tubes through a crystal-blue lagoon with
black-and-white Commerson's dolphins. Guests feel as if they are
flying beneath the sea among these beautiful animals. While similar
in coloration to SeaWorld's icon, Shamu, these dolphins are also
distinctly different. In addition to being much smaller, they are
also fast, agile swimmers - making them the perfect inhabitants
for this lively park.
Perhaps Aquatica's most
unique attraction will be side-by-side clear water slides that will
shoot riders underwater where they will encounter black and white
|Aquatica, SeaWorld's Water
Park, offers a highly themed
South Sea Islands atmosphere, lush landscaping, and lots
of water rides and attractions for all ages and thrill levels.
Plenty of wide, sand beaches, refreshing
lagoons and cool shade from towering oaks and exotic trees
create the ultimate water park for guest comfort. Personal
cabanas dot the shoreline for those who desire a private
retreat. The entire park is designed to limit wait times
and provide easy access to rides, attractions and even restaurants.
Those who don't want to leave the comfort of their lounge
chair can even enjoy beachside waiter service. All of this
allows more time for carefree family fun.
is a natural complement to a full day's adventure at SeaWorld
Orlando, and create a trio of SeaWorld parks in Central
Florida that collectively provide experiences found nowhere
else in the world.
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Guests are amazed
by the wonders of the sea at SeaWorld. They can then visit
Aquatica, SeaWorld's Water Park, to indulge in the playfulness of the sea, as they
zoom, float and splash through amazing animal habitats.
For the ultimate in immersion, the company's Discovery Cove
park offers a completely different experience: an exclusive
tropical paradise, with limited attendance, where guests
have up-close encounters with Atlantic bottlenose dolphins,
rays and tropical fish. Whether making wondrous connections,
having carefree fun, or enjoying up-close animal encounters,
the SeaWorld parks offer guests an unmatched Orlando family
Natural, exotic, untamed, fun … SeaWorld's
water park, Aquatica, has an attitude all its own. Offering
fun as endless as the sea itself, it's not what you would
expect from a water park, unless that park is created by
|Live animals from lands
all over the world including Commerson's dolphins, brilliant
macaws and colorful fish bring to life the park's playful,
high-energy nature. Aquatica's attractions offer equal emphasis
on high-energy thrill rides and immersive swimming experiences.
A colorful mix of racing tunnels, raft rides and rivers
offer crashing surf and high-speed thrills, while pools,
lagoons and lazy rivers invite guests to enjoy slower pace.
Winding rivers throughout Aquatica, SeaWorld's Water
Park, also offer two different
journeys from serene to extreme. One river carries guests
through gentle waterfalls, past exotic birds and into an
undersea grotto with thousands of colorful fish. An adjacent
river offers pure thrill, jetting riders through rolling
rapids, rushing geysers and racing waters.
eight-lane racing slides, triple-drop raft rides, double
inner tubes, and a 6-story family ride round out the mix
The park’s signature attraction
plunges riders down 300 feet of clear
tubes through a crystal blue lagoon
with black & white Commerson’s dolphins.
The newest ride at Aquatica, SeaWorld's Waterpark, Omaka Rocka has riders
speeding down multi-colored flumes into huge funnels that will literally have them splashing and climbing up
||Big Surf Shores
and Cutback Cove
Catch a wave
in the worlds only side-by-side wave
pools, encompassing 860,000 gallons
of water, these enormous wave pools
deliver very different experiences.
Cutback Cove produces crashing waves
with 5-foot swells while Big Surf Shores
creates gently-rolling surf.
This racing river will zip you through
1,500 feet of rapids, past geysers and
through waterfalls at a speed three
to four times faster than a typical
water park river.
For a slower pace, this lazy river
will float you past a spectacular underwater
view of the Commerson's dolphins, past
exotic birds and a beautiful 10,000-gallon
habitat of thousands of exotic fish.
One of the world's largest interactive
water playgrounds, boasting 15,000sq
ft of pure water excitement. This 60ft
tall colorful water adventure is the
perfect playground for the kids to zip
down slides and blast water cannons.
Prefer life in the fast lane? This
eight-lane racing slide will speed you
down a 300-foot slide, in and out of
tunnels and around a 360-degree turn
before racing across the finish line.
This 129ft enclosed flume takes
you into a huge bowl, then sends you
spinning and splashing around before
dropping you into Loggerhead Lane.
An irresistible water playground,
just for the little ones! Kata's Kookaburra
Cove contains 79,000 gallons of water
and featuring fountains, rides and slides.
Make sure you don't miss Slippity Dippity,
Slider Rider, Racer Chaser and Zippity
the littlest swimmers will enjoy one-of-a-kind
attractions at Aquatica,
SeaWorld's Water Park.
One of the world's largest interactive
water play areas includes a colorful
rain fortress that towers 60 feet above
a 15,000-square-foot pool. The entire
family can zoom together on slides and
blast water cannons. In a separate children's
pool, even those Aquatica guests not
old enough to walk can still slide down
tubes with Mom and Dad in specially
built rafts. Aquatic Water Park Orlando.