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My family loves a good waterpark and we’ve been to a lot of them. Volcano Bay is my favorite. It’s beautifully landscaped (which the kids don’t care about but I do), and thrilling yet relaxing. Basically, all the tickets at work volcano bay you want a water park to be.
Volcano Bay reopened in February 2021 and is proving to be very popular as the weather gets warmer. Here are all the Volcano Bay tips you need to plan your best trip possible to what I’m calling the BEST water park ever.
Read more: Complete Vacation Planning Guide for Universal Orlando Resort, Updated for 2021
Volcano Bay Tips and New Info for 2021
At present, the park is NOT on a reservation system. The park simply closes to new entries when capacity is reached. They may reopen later in the day as morning visitors leave. Guests can call Universal Orlando Resort’s capacity hotline at 407-817-8317 for the latest updates. They also post updates on social media. On busy days, Volcano Bay reaches capacity by mid morning.
Face coverings are mandatory to enter the park, in restaurants and retail shops. Face coverings may not be worn on water slides and in the pools. Expect temperature checks upon entry.
Currently, tickets to Volcano Bay are available as single-day tickets, but Universal Orlando Resorts report that a three park pass will be available soon. Your travel agent or vacation planner should be on top of this for you. Assuming you are planning to explore all three parks, this will likely be the best deal.
If you’ve previously purchased a three park pass and postponed your trip due to COVID-19, this page has some helpful info.
Excited to visit Volcano Bay? We are, too. Here are our best Volcano Bay tips to help you plan your awesome day.
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1. Arrive Early
Volcano Bay opens at 10 a.m. Please note the hours might be different from pre-pandemic times. The park used to open at 8 a.m. but the current calendar shows hours of 10 a.m.-5 p.m. through April and 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. through May. Check before you go.
Volcano Bay is a relatively new and very popular attraction. Even before COVID, the park was known to reach capacity very quickly. Purchasing your ticket and planning your day isn’t going to do you much tickets at work volcano bay if you can’t get into the park because it is already at capacity.
TravelingMom Tip: In the past, guests at Universal Orlando Resort Hotels were allowed early entry into Volcano Bay. At publication time, we are not able to confirm if that is currently the case. We recommend checking with the resort when you make your reservation and when you check in.
2. Set Up Cashless Payment
You’ll need to download the Universal Orlando App and connect your credit card. Once you’ve done that, you won’t have to worry about cash or credit cards. You can use your Tapu Tapu wearable wrist band (more about that in a minute) to pay for food and drinks, merchandise in the park, locker and towel rental and more.
This is super easy to set up. I loved not having to worry about keeping track of cash or credit cards. The last place you want to lose your credit card is in a moving body of water.
3. Reserve Seating in Advance
There is plenty of seating at Volcano Bay but most is tickets at work volcano bay the full sun. If you’re interested in reserving premium seating or a cabana (big splurge but so fun!), contact the park as early as you can.
Premium seating is a lounge chair with a canopy and an attached safe. A cabana is much more luxurious and private and comes with a ton of amenities, including some snacks and your own personal server.
You can inquire about seating availability at one of the concierge huts on the day of your visit. You might get lucky. But, if you want to guarantee yourself a shady take-a-break spot, reserve before you go.
4. Get Seats and Lockers Early
If you’re not planning to pay for premium/reserved seating, get your lockers and stake out your seats as soon as you arrive.
Do not pass go. Do not stop to look at all the things. All the things will be there after you get a locker and find someplace to sit. But maybe not vice-versa.
You will have fun at Volcano Bay, no matter what. It’s that kind of place. But your visit will be so much more awesome if you take a little time to do some research beforehand.
Scope out the height requirements, menus and, most of all, read up on how Tapu Tapu works.
Tapu Tapu is Volcano Bay’s wearable wrist band that acts as your locker key, your cash and holds your place in line. Yes, really!
6. One of the Most Important Volcano Bay Tips: Make a Plan for Riding and Sliding
Use the Universal Orlando Resort app to familiarize yourself with the lay of the land before you visit. Decide if your family is going to stay together as a group or if you’re going to split up. What are the check-in expectations going to be?
Pick your must-dos ahead of time and ride those first thing in the morning. The Krakatau Aqua Coaster is the most popular ride, so if that appeals to you, you’ll want to ride that first.
The thing I like most about Volcano Bay is how they have their virtual lines set up. You can reserve your place in a virtual line – just tap in with your Tapu Tapu and your wearable will display the estimated wait time. Relax in your lounger or go enjoy another attraction while you wait to be notified you can ride. You can get in line for attractions that don’t have a wait time or you can enjoy one of the pools. You can also float in the winding river and the fearless river, as neither one of those require you to tap in to get a wait time.
We rode our must-dos first and worked our way through all the ride our kids were tall enough to ride. After that, we re-rode our favorites. By lunchtime, the Krakatau Water Coaster had a three-hour wait. Yikes, right? We tapped in for that, had a leisurely lunch and a rest while we waited in the virtual line.
Read More:Why you should (almost) never buy a Universal Studios Express Pass online
7. Don’t Forget to Pack Essentials
Make sure you have plenty of sunscreen, sunglasses, a hat, and a waterproof case for your phone. If you forget something, you can purchase it in the park…at theme park prices, of course.
Volcano Bay charges a towel fee, so bring your own if you can. If you’re staying at one of the Universal Orlando Resort hotels, you’re prohibited from taking your hotel room towels in to Volcano Bay.
This doesn’t make a lot of sense to me since the pools at the resort hotels offer free towel service. This is one thing I hope they change in the future. If you’re traveling by air, beach towels for everyone will take up some space in your luggage, so plan for that.
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If it starts raining, don’t immediately scurry for the exit. It rains almost daily in central Florida, especially in summer. Try to wait it out. If you leave, you’re not guaranteed to get back in.
Remember the capacity limits we talked about earlier. There’s no “save my place in line” for someone who leaves and comes back the same day. Your ticket will permit it, but park capacity may not.
9. Stay Late
Volcano Bay after dark is pretty neat. The volcano (Krakatau Mountain) lights up and changes colors. This is definitely worth sticking around for if you have the energy.
Currently, the park closes at 5pm (scheduled to move to 6pm in May 2021) so there’s not a chance to see these after dark sights right now. We are hopeful that as the season progresses and more things open up that Volcano Bay will extend their hours but that remains to be seen.
10. Taking Younger Kids to Volcano Bay? Know these things beforehand
If your kids are at least 48 inches, they can enjoy all the attractions at Volcano Bay. Kids who are at least 42 inches can enjoy most of the attractions. Other than the designated areas that cater to little kids and the Kopiko Wai Winding River (lazy river) you have to be at least 42 inches to participate.
If you’ve got little kids in your group, Volcano Bay hasn’t forgotten about you. Runamukka Reef is for guests under 54 inches only and Tot Tikki Reef (don’t you just love these names?) is for guests under 48 inches only. These two areas allow your smaller kids to splash and have an awesome water park experience without getting too close to older, bigger kids whose splashing might be too rough or intense. They even have slides that are just the right size for littles.
Also, guests under 48 inches must wear a life jacket and/or be accompanied by an adult on various attractions. You can see the breakdown here. Even if you are confident in your child’s ability to swim, the life jacket rules are based on weight and are strictly enforced by the lifeguards.
If you have a mix of big kids and little kids, Volcano Bay has something for everyone. However, if your kids are all younger or all under 42 inches, you might consider saving this water park until they are older. If you move forward with plans to go, think about what ride swapping strategies you might employ. The Tapu Tapu system helps keep your wait in a physical line to a minimum.
You’ll have fun no matter what but this isn’t an inexpensive water park and to pay the admission fee and not be able to take full advantage of all of the slides and thrills may not tickets at work volcano bay sense for you.
You also may want to consider wearing your little one’s Tapu Tapu wristband. If you let your child wear their own, make sure you check frequently to make sure they still have it.
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There are three Universal Orlando Resort parks: Universal Studios, Island’s of Adventure and Volcano Bay. They are all fun, exciting and packed with rides, attractions and experiences for adults and children of all ages.
With so much cool stuff to see and do in all three Universal Orlando Resort parks, knowing the difference between them and which one is best suited to you and your family is key for getting the best experience possible.
Luckily, that’s what we’re going to answer in this post!
The Difference between Universal Studios, Islands of Adventure and Volcano Bay
The rides, attractions and experiences are significantly different in all the parks. The easiest way to tell the difference is that Universal Studios is based more on movies and TV shows, whereas Islands of Adventure is where the fantasy and thrill rides are. The most unique park of the three is Volcano Bay, which is a fully themed water park that feels like you’ve discovered your own paradise island.
If you’re a movie and pop-culture lover and want a milder experience as far as the rides and attractions are concerned, Universal Studios is the place to go. If you’re a thrill-seeker with a love for all things superhero, Islands of Adventure is where you’ll find Marvel Superhero Island and rides like The Incredible Hulk Coaster. Volcano Bay, on the other hand, is a totally different experience entirely, and is the go-to place for anyone looking for little pool-side lounging mixed with epic water rides.
Universal is currently building a fourth park, Universal’s Epic Universe, that is expected to be open in 2023 and will almost double the size of the Universal’s presence in central Florida.
What about The Wizarding World of Harry Potter?
The Wizarding World of Harry Potter is spread across both Universal parks in Orlando; Universal Studios has Diagon Alley, and Islands of Adventure has Hogsmeade – plus there’s a REAL Hogwarts Express train that links both the parks together!
Switching between the three parks is easy on-foot, but Harry Potter fan or not, we recommend catching the Hogwarts Express to get the full experience. More than a conveyance, the Hogwarts Express is a heavily-themed and redolent experience that offers a seamless transition throughout The Wizarding World of Harry Potter and Universal Studios.
Speaking of transportation, all three parks are easy to get to from CityWalk too, which is Universal Orlando’s entertainment district filled with restaurants, shops and cinemas. You can also catch free buses to the parks from Universal Orlando Resort hotels.
The good news is, there’s no real reason to pick one Universal Park over the other when it comes to the money factor, especially as our 3-park tickets are the same price as a 2-park.
For now, we’re only going to focus on Universal Studios and Islands of Adventure. Those are the two most similar parks and usually the ones that people have a hard time choosing between. Volcano Bay is a very unique experience which is not really comparable to the others (making it absolutely worth visiting!). If you’re interested in learning more about Volcano Bay, you can find a guide here.
Theme Park #1: Universal Studios
Definitely the park for those who are not as keen on the big thrill rides. That’s us as a family – although, one day I will be brave enough to go on The Incredible Hulk Coaster at Islands of Adventure – and I will be dragging the boys on with me!
For Universal Studios, head to the right and when you see the giant globe, you will know that you are nearly there! You then pass under the arch and your movie adventure begins….
These are some of the rides and attractions in each area of Universal Studios:
Despicable Me Minion Mayhem, TRANSFORMERS: The Ride-3D, Shrek 4-D, Hollywood Rip Ride Rockit, Universal Music Plaza Stage, Universal’s Superstar Parade
We love TRANSFORMERS: The Ride-3D which is a thrilling dark ride seeing you on the frontline of an intergalactic war! You can even meet the Transformers! They’re pretty scary, especially Megatron, so be mindful of little ones! Although, you can also watch Universal’s Superstar Parade featuring characters from Despicable Me!
Revenge of the Mummy, The Blues Brothers Show, Race Through New York Starring Jimmy Fallon, Delancey Street Preview Center
My husband has ridden Revenge of the Mummy and said it was very good and goes very fast! I stayed behind with my son as he really didn’t want to go on it. I think he’d ride it now that he’s a bit older though!
If you’re a fan of the movie, The Blues Brothers Show is excellent – it’s quite informal, dancing on the streets to the music – so get ready to shake your tail feather!
Fast & Furious: Supercharged
This area used to be home to the iconic Jaws ride, which we rode on our first visit to Orlando back in 2011. However it has since been removed to make way for Diagon Alley. The giant shark remains though, so make sure you get a photo with him!
There’s now a stand-alone ride called Fast & Furious: Supercharged, based on the film franchise of the same name. We haven’t had a chance to ride it yet (no die-hard Vin Diesel fans in the family), but the reviews I’ve seen aren’t the most glowing. I suggest you give it a go and make up your own mind.
Universal Orlando’s Horror Make-up Show, Terminator 2:3-D, Lucy: A Tribute
The Horror Make-up Show reveals the secrets of special effects in horror movies. It’s funny and not too scary, but there is some [fake] blood and gore. There is also audience participation, but don’t worry – no harm comes to the audience member!
MEN IN BLACK Alien Attack, The Simpsons Ride, Fear Factor
Our favourite part of Universal Studios is Springfield, the home of The Simpsons! They added a lot of new features to this area in the two year gap we had between visits, and it is AWESOME.
You can eat at Krusty Burger, drink a Flaming Moe and even meet some of the characters. You can also ride along with The Simpsons as they visit Krustyland in a 3D simulator with 80 foot screens!
The Simpsons Ride used to be home to the Back to the Future Ride, and you can still see the Delorean, the time travelling train and meet Doc. We are huge fans of this movie and it was fun to discover this section which I’m sure wasn’t there on our first trip!
Woody Woodpecker’s Kid Zone
Animal Actors on Location!, A Day in the Park with Barney, Curious George Goes To Town, Woody Woodpecker’s Tickets at work volcano bay Coaster, Fievel’s Playland, E.T. Adventure
Since we don’t have young children, we haven’t explored this area much, but there does seem like a lot to do for those with little ones. We did go on the E.T. Adventure which was fun, and if you’re a fan of the film, it’s worth riding!
The Wizarding World of Harry Potter – Diagon Alley
Harry Potter and the Escape from Gringotts, Hogwarts Express
As I mentioned earlier, The Wizarding World is spread over Universal Studios and Islands of Adventure. The big draw in Universal Studios is Escape from Gringotts, which is an citizens bank and trust company ardmore ok must for any Harry Potter fan! As far as being immersed in JK Rowling’s world goes, there’s no better experience out there.
Theme Park #2: Universal’s Islands of Adventure
As I mentioned at the start, Islands of Adventure is all about the thrills and the fantasy. The park is also divided into different areas, so it’s probably easiest if I go through each one and tell you about what you can find!
You enter the park at The Port of Entry, where you’ll find places to eat and shops to buy souvenirs, it is then either right to Seuss Landing, or left to Marvel Superhero Island. If you’ve got little ones, head right, if you want to hit up one of the major thrill rides, go left!
Marvel Superhero Island
The Amazing Adventures of Spider-Man, Doctor Doom’s Freefall, The Incredible Hulk Coaster, Storm Force Accelatron
Despite never going on it, Hulk is my favourite coaster! I just love watching it go round, and upside down…I’ll be brave enough one day! This is the area to go to if you or your kids love the Marvel Superheroes – you’ll find them all here, and some even come out to do meet and greets.
Dudley Do-Right’s Ripsaw Falls, Popeye & Bluto’s Bilge-Rat Barges
In this cartoon themed area, you’ll also find two water rides – a log flume and a river rapids. We have yet to do the Falls, but we went on the Barges, and well, they warn you that you will get soaked – and we really were! No one escapes getting wet on this ride! Make it the last ride of the day so you don’t walk around the park soaked (although there is a huge family drying machine which costs a few dollars nearby)
Skull Island: Reign of Kong
King Kong is back from a 14-year hiatus from Universal Orlando Resort. The last we saw of him was back in chase bank new savings account offers, when Kongfrontation closed. The new ride, Reign of Kong, is fun enough, but relies a little too much on special effects screens for my liking.
Camp Jurassic, Pteranodon Flyers, Jurassic Park River Adventure, Jurassic Park Discovery Centre
The big first national bank of fairfield montana here is the River Adventure, where you may or may not get wet – depending on where you sit in the ride! It can be quite a scary ride for younger children and the drop is BIG
The Wizarding World of Harry Potter
Dragon Challenge, Flight of the Hippogriff, Harry Potter and the Forbidden Journey
We have yet to go on the Forbidden Journey ride, but we did manage to get on the Flight of the Hippogriff which is a small rollercoaster – but it does whip around fast! You can read more about the Harry Potter Rides here.
You can also pop into several of the shops that you’ll recognise from the books and the films, including Ollivander’s Wand Shop, Zonko’s and The Three Broomsticks where you can try a Butterbeer. You can also buy bottles of Pumpkin Juice from carts in the street – my favourite!
Of course, there’s also the Hogwarts Express, which is a real train ride that takes you from one Harry Potter park to the other. The journey is tickets at work volcano bay 4 minutes and has some fabulous “views” through the carriage windows of Harry Potter’s wizarding world!….
The Lost Continent
The only thing we’ve done in this area is walk through it, and eat at Mythos Restaurant. That’s because on the days we’ve visited its single attraction, Poseidon’s Fury, has been closed.
Caro-Seuss-el,The Cat in the Hat, If I Ran The Zoo, One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish, The High in the Sky Seuss Trolley Train Ride!
A great area for younger children – it is bright and colourful with several gentle rides. Although don’t be fooled by The Cat in the Hat ride, which does whip you around a fair bit!
I hope that my post about the differences between Universal Studios and Islands of Adventure now helps you to decide which park is the right one for you and your family. They both have great rides and attractions of varying thrill levels, and I really do think that there is something for everyone at all of the Universal Orlando theme parks. We can’t wait to go back!
More about Universal Orlando:
The Differences between Hogsmeade & Diagon Alley
Guide to the Harry Potter Rides at Universal Orlando
The 9 Universal Orlando Selfies you can’t go home without
How to Beat the Queues at Universal Orlando
The best Universal Studios attractions (if you don’t love rollercoasters)
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