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Wet'n'Wild Hawaii, Kapolei

Categories: Water Parks, Water & Amusement Parks
Inspirock Rating:
2.6/5 based on 420 reviews on the web
One of the only water parks in Hawaii, Wet'n'Wild Hawaii offers 25 rides spread across 100,000 sq m (25 acres), with palms and tropical plant life filling the spaces between. Island Adventure miniature golf makes use of the landscape, and playing its 18-hole course is one way to tour the grounds. Before or after golf, try tube slides and steep slides for thrills or lounge by the wave pool if you like a slower pace. Visit the site's website for special offers and to book your tickets in advance. Our Kapolei vacation builder makes visiting Wet'n'Wild Hawaii and other Kapolei attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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  • JCB lounge in Waikiki, I arranged with Shuttle tickets went. Waterslides, wave pools, and other things there is, which also enjoyed. There like a little risk, and ban said Japan, but it is also fun. However, adjacent courses closes on a rotating basis at the time. The mystery system. There are lockers, so management of luggage is safe. It is OK like cash to buy food at a small zip-lock bag and put in the Pocket. Not crowded, but I was worried in the short time since was a pick-up with the 遊bemashita a lot in a short time. Off the beaten path spot! However, the Japan's most (all? ) Staff. May not enjoy going in perfect Honolulu heart of Japan.
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  • And of course comes the wave pool and lazy river waterslides look on television, began to care about variety and fun ☺ ︎ lockers and showers properly, and very clean! Please note that too became enamored with waterslide, don't forget the anti-tanning!
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  • We visited today, paid $49.99 to get in, then had to pay $18 for a locker. The park is in serious need of a facelift, it looks old and tired. Beware of when you visit, they are obviously trying to sav...  read more »
  • Lots of slide/ride options. Be warned that most involve uphill walks and multiple stair climbing...often carrying a two- or four-person inflated raft. We went on a weekday, during local school hours. I highly recommend that, as I'm guessing that when it's crowded the lines might make the relatively quick rides seem not worth it. The grandparents couldn't do multiple rides due to the recurring hill/stair climbing mentioned above, but they did enjoy relaxing by the wave pool. There are two nice obstacle/play areas for the younger kids, with small slides, fountains, etc. There's a snack bar/grill and a "real" bar, too. Final's pricey. l got in on a discounted "Go Oahu" pass, and I'm not sure I would have enjoyed it as much if I'd paid full price. Be sure to come prepared, unless you want to pay $16 for sunscreen or $35 for goggles!😀 If you're there all day, food and drinks can really add up, but there's a strip mall a few minutes away, and park allows re-entry. Lockers in the park are $13 and$18, but can be reused all day. Also, the $8 parking fee was a surprise.
  • My family and I had a lot of fun when we went. Unfortunately we went at 3pm with the impression that it was open till 9pm due to the times listed on Google (at the time). All of a sudden at 5pm they were blowing whistles and we were very confused. Come to find out that they were closing! We were very upset because we had wasted $200 for my family to go for 2 hours, we only went on 2 rides. We headed up to the front desk and explained the error. Luckily, the customer service associate was accommodating and apologetic. He reimbursed us with passes at a later date. Giving 5 stars because even though we were very upset about the park closing, the lifeguards were super awesome and the customer service was excellent.
  • Felt like a criminal processing the bag search line. The staff member there was more rude and invasive than a TSA agent turned prison guard. A couple life guards were borderline belligerent and there seemed to be no rhyme or reason to having some of the attractions open at one moment, closed at the next, then back open again. Wish I could get my season pass money back. Only redeeming quality is that my daughter enjoyed the kiddie pool.
  • being this is THE only water park on Oahu and for how long they have been opened, you would think they have made improvements on many so bad process. #1 to order food. u stand in 1 line to order and pay, then stand in the super long line to get ur food. they give u ur drink when paying, so by the time u get ur food, ur drink is almost done or watered out!!! if they had 5 lines open to order and pay and 5 lines to pick up ur order...y don't they just open 10 lines to order, pay and get ur food 1x....almost and still waiting about a freakin 1 hr!!! wth!!! that's all I will comment for now bc there r many other feedback they need to improve on...SAD this place!!!
  • Parking was $8 cash (FYI with an annual pass, parking is free). Check-in was fast. Would have been a bit smoother if there were clipboards to fill out the waivers, but it was too easy to just use the ground as a writing surface. Got my free swag, a bag, which I later used to carry all the wet clothes thanks to a tip from Sherri! Before entering, we had to get our bags checked. I’m sure they are just checking to see that you’re not bringing in weapons or alcohol. So while people complain, I appreciate the small step to at least deter the contraband. I asked the guy in the parking lot if we could bring our hydroflasks in. He said we can bring it in with ice only in it and unopened bottles of water. So that is what we did. We walked down to the bathroom area where the locker rentals were and proceeded to rent out a locker with their automated kiosk. This is much better than before when you had to carry a key around with you everywhere. We opted for a large locker ($18, small $13) since we had towels and flasks and a change of clothes. The guy at the tube rental said that we didn’t really need to rent one since most of the rides had them available. It was more for when they were really busy and didn’t want to wait in line for a float. We walked around, and I noticed some of the new rides but everything pretty much looked the same from like 10 years ago when I was last there. Since we had our 2 year old with us, we hit up the kiddie area first. My son was pretty apprehensive of everything at first, but he enjoyed going down the big green slide. FYI, they don’t allow lap riding, so make sure you have a good grip of your little one so you can raise them up when you drop down into the water if they are not good with holding their breath yet. I liked how they had a bunch of different play areas for the kids to explore there. My son did not enjoy when the bucket dropped all the water on us, but I thought it was fun. There was a small little cove with seats in the back that we enjoyed. It was a nice place to sit and let my son practice his swimming. We went to the other area which seemed like it was for the even smaller kids to play in. The water was much shallower there. Even though it was for small babies, there were a lot of teens playing there under the dropping buckets and the mushroom head waterfall. We didn’t really like that area. We then went to the wave pool. The waves were pretty rough closer to the shore, but maybe the older kids like that. It was too much for my 2 year old so we ventured out to the deeper water where the waves weren’t as rough. Again, they didn’t allow my son to sit on my husband’s lap while he was sitting in the float, so that was kind of junk. Once the waves stopped, it was nice. My son started warming up and started swimming around. Since we were there for the Twilight Event, it was already late afternoon. It was windy and getting cold, so by 5:30pm my little one was shivering. We went from the wave pool to the kiddie area and when we got into the water, it was so nice and warm. Don’t know if they make it warmer for the kids or because the water is shallower there it gets warmer throughout the day, but it was awesome. We ended up not staying for the movie they had there because my son was getting tired and he was over it by 7:00pm. Overall, it was a good experience. I think next time I am just going to skip getting the locker and just make sure that we don’t have anything on us worth taking. Then just set up camp somewhere near the kiddie area. I think my son is still a little small to truly enjoy all that they have to offer in even just the kiddie area so paying for me and my husband’s entrance/annual pass is just not a good enough deal for me to invest in.
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