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2014 Park Map


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2014 Ticket, Pass, Parking Prices


One Day Tickets (Aquatica + SeaWorld)
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Adult: $70.00
Child (3-9): $60.00

Annual Passes
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SeaWorld/Aquatica Fun Card

Adult: $100.00
Child: $90.00

SeaWorld/Aquatica 1 Year Pass

$135.00
EZ-Pay: $25/month

Platinum Pass

$300.00


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Attractions


Slides

HooRoo Run
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Ride Description:
48 foot tall slide featuring open and closed tubes, water curtains, twists, turns, and drops.

Height Requirement:
42″

Kiwi Curl
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Ride Description:
Two body slides more than 450 feet long with speed and high wall turns, perfect for thrill seekers.

Height Requirement:
48″

Stingray Falls
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Ride Description:
Come face to face with sting rays as you embark on a four-seater tube through an underwater grotto where you will encounter sting rays and other tropical fish at the end of the ride. You can also view the Stingrays in Ke-Re Reef.

Height Requirement:
36″

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Tassie’s Twisters
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Ride Description:
Rider’s will be sent speeding into one of two gaint bowls and then descend to the bottom.

Height Requirement:
48″

Walhalla Wave
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Ride Description:
Family raft ride with a zero-gravity wall giving guests a weightless feeling.

Height Requirement:
48″

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WooHoo Falls
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Ride Description:
Guests can choose one of two tubes to ride down. Guests feeling adventurous can embark down the “dark” tube.

Height Requirement:
42″

Lazy Rivers/Wave Pools

Big Surf Shores
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Description:
Huge wave pool where guests can splash in more than 400,000 gallons of water with swells reaching heights of nearly 5 feet.

Loggerhead Lane
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Description:
1,200 foot lazy river with fun elements including jets, foam shooters, and misters.

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Play Areas

Cutback Cove
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Description:
A tropical activity pool with a corkscrew water slide, waterfalls, and plenty of lounge space.

Kata’s Kookaburra Cove
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Description:
Water play area for children with fun play elements that will make adults want to jump right in and play too.

Slippity Dippity
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Description:
Pool for families with toddlers with small slides and play elements.

Walkabout Waters
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Description:
Three story interactive water play area with geysers, sprayers, giant dumping buckets, and more.

Whanau Waters
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Description:
The perfect pool to relax in with shallow water for swimming and waterfalls.

Animal Encounters

Ke-Re Reef
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Description:
You will see the reef as you enter the park. This reef is where the sting rays live. You can touch and feed a sting ray here, as well as get in the water and wade with them while you feed them for an additional fee. You’ll also see them swimming above your head while our ride Stingray Falls.

Roa’s Aviary
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Description:
Walk, swim, or wade into Roa’s Aviary where you will meet many birds of various species. Guests can experience Roa’s Aviary as they float along in Longgerhead Lane or enter via the walk-in door or the zero-entry pool outside of Roa’s Aviary. Guests also have the opportunity to feed the inhabitants of Roa’s Aviary for a nominal fee of a few dollars.

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Amenities


  • Cabanas (Available by Rental)
  • Storage Lockers (Available by Rental)
  • Showers
  • Lounge Chairs
  • Changing Rooms
  • Complimentary Tubes
  • Complimentary Life Vests

Disclaimer: If you feel any of the information above is inaccurate, please don’t hesitate to contact us. This guide was last updated on Thursday, August 7, 2014.