|Dolphin Plunge is the first water slide you will see when you enter.|
The Dolphin Plunge water slide is the most famous slide in the whole water park, it’s the water park’s water slide icon. Dolphin Plunge isn’t a speed slide, but it does move you at a pretty fast pace. Unfortunately because of that fast pace, you might not have the time to even look around the dolphin tank and see dolphins. Overall, the water slide is fun, but it has one of the longest waits in the park and might not be worth riding in a 1 hour line.
My favorite water slide has to be the new Omaka Rocka which is one of the few new Proslide Topsy-Turvys out there. The slide may look gentle in the videos but it packs a larger punch than it seems. Water splashes everywhere and has many surprising elements like making you go backwards and the bumps along the slide before you enter the three elements. The slide’s line isn’t as bad as it might look when you go to the park, I recommend anyone to try this slide before they leave.
|A slide structure containing Whanau Way and Omaka Rocka.|
Whanau Way inner tube water slides are fast and thrilling, mostly because of the hills on the slide.
Taumata Racer doesn’t have an very fast helix, but it makes up by having the steepest and largest drop on a mat racer I’ve ever experienced.
Walhalla Wave and HooRoo Run are two fun raft slides, Hooroo Run being more intense because of it’s three drops that produce a good amount of airtime pops.
I unfortunately dd not have time to ride Tassie’s Twisters because of the wait, but it seems like a very interesting slide.
The Roa’s Rapids fast river isn’t as intense as the Atlantis resort’s Rapid Rivers, but the water is fast flowing which makes it pretty fun to swim in.
|The other side of the water park with Taumata Racer,
Walhalla Wave, and HooRoo Run.
Having said the good things, there are a few down-sides to this water park. The water park can get quite quite crowded making lines soar up to 1 hour 30 minute waits. The longest lines in the park seem to be Tassie’s Twisters and Dolphin’s Plunge. I waited 1 hour to ride Dolphin’s Plunge and didn’t wait in Tassie’s Twisters’ line because I didn’t have time to find out how long the wait was. The other water slides seemed to have less than fair lines, but they can be around 20 to 40 minutes. Your best bet for visiting this popular water park with shorter lines is to visit around May, June, or early July. Anther good thing to do is to arrive early before the park opens.
Overall the water park is great, and it is very popular among Orlando’s many Attractions.
Water Slides Ratings (N/A= not available):
Dolphin’s Plunge (2): 6/10
HooRoo Run: N/A
Omaka Rocka (2): 8/10
Tassie’s Twisters (2):N/A
Taumata Racer: 6/10
Whanau Way (4): 7/10
Cutback Cove & Big Surf Shores: N/A
Kata’s Kookaburra Cove: N/A
Loggerhead Lane: 6/10
Roa’s Rapids: 7/10
Walkabout Waters: N/A
Overall Water Park Rating: 8/10