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Aquatica, SeaWorld's Waterpark Orlando, Orlando

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Aquatica, SeaWorld's Waterpark Orlando is a South Pacific-themed amusement park featuring water attractions for all ages and swimming abilities. As you slide, ride, or swim through the various areas of this park, notice the animal habitats sheltering a range of marine mammals. Don't miss the park's signature attraction, two tube slides passing through a pool containing a pod of dolphins, all of them captive-born males. To make the most of your visit, reserve a private cabana on an island right between two warm wave pools, which automatically adjust their water temperature to match the changing weather conditions. By using our Orlando travel itinerary planner, you can arrange your visit to Aquatica, SeaWorld's Waterpark Orlando and other attractions in Orlando.
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TripAdvisor
  • We visited in March as decided to trea ourselves and have our own cabana, it was great, air conditioned, own fridge, sun loungers in the shade and "room service" the actual park is set out perfectly a...  more »
  • Spent 2 days over the Christmas break at Aquatica and it was a blast for all ages(3-58) Clean and friendly as usual 
  • Was there with the family (kids 10/11) We are waterpark junkies and have been to the top 5 according to tripadvisor. This park is good. It is heated which is a huge plus. We went when it was only abou...  more »
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  • We had an amazing time at the water park this year. The lines for the riders were short, the atmosphere was good and the overall experience was pretty good. Just two things. The information desk was busy first thing in the morning and it took me 45 minutes to talk to a employee. Second, the food was not all that great, we purchased the all you can eat and drink plan, which was a good deal, but the food felt thrown together. We had a great time !
  • Apart from being close to drowning, I had a good time, but would not recommend this park as a safe environment. Firstly I hit the island three times going round the fast flowing river, and it is not a smooth, giving surface to collide with. My main problem was with the pool. We were told when we entered the park that the wave machine was closed for maintenance, so not being a strong swimmer I felt comfortable in the deep end. Without any audible warning, the wave machine starts up, and I could not fight the strong waves enough to get into my depth. My friend noticed I was getting into difficulty, and spending more time submerged than afloat and we battled to get to the steps half way down the right hand side of the pool. The waves were so strong that my friend cut both his finger and leg trying to hold on to the steps whilst trying to grab my hand as I tried desperately to reach him, choking and beginning to panic. All the time this was going on the two so called 'Lifeguards' were sitting directly above the steps, with boards in hand, doing absolutely nothing.. They did tend to my friends cut, but that was probably because they did not want to contaminate the pool. I did not wear a life vest as I have never had a problem swimming in a pool or the ocean, and as stated previously the wave pool was closed. The digital countdown had been working prior to this incident, but we were sheltering from a storm and did not see any movement from the pool.. Other wave pools I have been in have had adequate tubes and flotation devices close at hand, and an audible warning siren to give notice of wave activation. I still think the whole situation could have been avoided if the Lifeguards had at least thrown me a bouyancy aid, in case they didn't want to get wet, or as my friend said MAYBE THEY CAN'T. SWIM!
  • Aquatica is Orlando's best water park in my opinion (as of writing this Universal's new one is still under construction so we'll see) I love that they heat the water when it is chili outside and there is a great kids area. I go there regularly with my boys and they love it. There is always plenty to do with the wave pool, Kookaburra's Cove, and the lazy river. We go and spend a couple hours there get our swimming fix and have a great time. If you are considering an annual pass I would consider it well worth it.
  • The slides that were open were fantastic and so much fun! My Husband and I had a great time in the rapids and the water play park (which is also for adults!) is the best fun we had! You get absolutely soaked on that and you can shoot others with water guns etc. It's hilarious! We were however disappointed that some of the big slides were closed for refurbishment, yet we still paid full admission price! Then on our way out they pulled my Husband to the side and bribed him with a free SeaWorld bag if he does a questionnaire.. and I had to wait outside like my opinion didn't matter!
  • Really fun water park. Very organized and very clean. Lots of amazing rides and attractions. The dolphin show was very informative. Attractions for kids of all ages.