An extension of George Millay’s water park franchise in Orlando, Florida, Wet'n Wild is just as much watery fun as its sister park in the United States. One of the perks of visiting a water park over a beach is the abundance of lifeguards on duty. This makes it a fun activity stop for families with children who aren’t yet strong swimmers. However, even as an adult, you can take advantage of a water slide or two. The park has a long list of restaurants and shops to purchase swimming gear, but these are notably more expensive than the independent vendors outside the park, so try to come fully prepared. Lockers, changing area, and showers are available to store your things and clean up. See Wet'n Wild and all Itupeva has to offer by arranging your trip with our Itupeva trip planning website .
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  • Great place for fun with family and friends, a lot of space. Several attractions. Negative points are at least 3-(1) the prices too high, since the parking lot until the Office rental and meals. (2) always has more of a closed attraction. (3) slide toys with steps are risky in the ascent, the stairs are open and there is a reasonable risk of falling if the person feel bad on the way up. Park could revise it, closing the stairs more safely. In General, and a good ride, but could be better.
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  • We went to the wet n wild Sunday now, and we were very happy with the staff of the site especially the access, we were served quickly and were very nice, the pool of waves is very tasty, and also that very good circuit, I think one point to improve are disorganized queues, where there's no supervision and many people stick queues, and also not to cover some queues in excessive sun, could have some canvases. parking is a bit pricey I think Royal could be 50 more accessible or have the posibility of it cheaper on the website as well as the Passport already is, but in General is a great weekend ride family.
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  • Loved the park but is not like giving note maxima due to simple fact in time to leave the water showers are super cool! A lack of respect for a park of this size don't have hot water in his shower and had to leave without taking a shower!
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  • The park is great in a lot of aspects, mainly its cleanliness and number of attractions. Although there are lines pretty much everywhere, from renting a locker to buying food, the wait can take up to 30~45 mins. Money is a must here, because despite accepting credit and debit cards, you have to carry a sort of bracelet in order to acquire stuff (I've seen some people using money at the snack bar though, so in a few words, just prepare yourself financially). Overall, the experience with people is great, staff is receptive and well trained, and there are lifeguards right by the side of each attraction/pool. With its pros and cons, I'd still say a visit is worth to this park. Take sunscreens, because in sunny days, the sun has a tendency to be unforgivable :P
  • Eat before you leave your home. My wife always talk to me that would she like to go in a water club. Although, we live in a city with beach she prefers fresh water. The last month we went to Jundiaí SP and we resolve have fun in a club, so we choose Wet'n Wild. I already paid 50R$ only to park my car under the sun. inside the club we wasted some time find place for accommodation but I not found. However, we like the wave swim and the place for kids. Finally we went have a meal and one more time wast more time in the line. When our time arrived there weren't desks available we had eat standing up under the sun.
  • Overall good experience. My son loved it. Best to buy tickets in advance as pricey at the on site ticket office. We bought at Shopping Dom Pedro in Campinas the day before for R$80 (weekday ticket) with free child included. Car parking very expensive at R$50. Rides were generally good and queues not too bad for a weekday in January. We arrived shortly after it opened at 10am, skipped the ticket office queues and went straigjt in. We then queued for 40 minutes to get a locker key (only 4 of the 9 caxias were open). Food was similar quality and price to other attractions in Brazil.
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