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Reef Plunge at Aquatica® Orlando (©SeaWorld)

Aquatica® Orlando

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Aquatica® Orlando combines the up-close animal encounters that made SeaWorld® Orlando famous with thrilling rides, sandy beaches and a serene lazy river for optimal water-themed entertainment. And thanks to heated water in the cooler months, it’s open for your enjoyment all year long!

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Aquatica’s freshest attraction, the all-new Reef Plunge, sends you zooming past a vibrant array of marine life and other aquatic wonders, including a school of playful, black-and-white Commerson’s dolphins — and that’s just the start of the thrills waiting for you here. Race family and friends down the world’s tallest dueling racer, Riptide Race, or “climb” a vertical wave wall during a high-adrenaline, weightless adventure that’s guaranteed to thrill you on KareKare Curl!

A family riding a tube on Ray Rush at Aquatica Orlando
Ray Rush at Aquatica® Orlando (©SeaWorld)

More fun on rafts and tubes can be found at Ray Rush, Omaka Rocka, Tassie’s Twisters, Walhalla Wave and Whanau Way. You can even grab a mat for a lightning-fast, eight-person competition at Taumata Racer! Not that you need a conveyance to have a blast at Aquatica. Take a solo run through Ihu’s Breakaway Falls — the steepest multi-drop tower in Orlando — or race through a roaring sea of high tides at Roa’s Rapids.

Younger guests will enjoy kid-centric attractions like Kata’s Kookaburra Cove and Walkabout Waters. And the whole family can frolic together at the Cutback Cove and Big Surf Shores wave pools.

Two men at the fish grotto in Aquatica® Orlando
Loggerhead Lane at Aquatica® Orlando (©SeaWorld)

The wave pools also have sandy beach areas that are perfect for relaxation, and Loggerhead Lane — a lazy river where you can float past exotic tropical fish and the park’s dolphin exhibit — extends the tranquility. For still more serenity, reserve a lounger or a private cabana on Aquatica’s sunny beaches.

Ready to experience Aquatica for yourself? Come to Orlando — but first, use the information below to explore everything else there is to do at SeaWorld’s waterpark!

Please note: Depending on the timing of your visit, some experiences may be temporarily modified. Learn more about healthy travel in Orlando, and check with your favorite SeaWorld Orlando theme parks and other venues for their current status.

  • Get ready to dive into an ocean of fun! Unless otherwise noted, all experiences at Aquatica Orlando are suitable for all ages and heights.

    Aquatica® Orlando wave pool
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    Cutback Cove & Big Surf Shores

    Two enormous wave pools grace this 80,000-square-foot area complete with white sandy beaches and lounge chairs. Swim, play or body surf in either wave pool. Cutback Cove is known for the big waves with swells up to 5 feet tall, while Big Surf Shores features both small and larger waves.

    Ihu Breakaway Falls at Aquatica® Orlando.
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    Ihu’s Breakaway Falls

    Named after Aquatica’s colorful gecko mascot, this free-fall, multi-drop ride is bound to thrill you. In fact, it’s one of the tallest and steepest multi-drop rides in Orlando.

    Height restrictions: 48 inches (122 cm)

    KareKare Kurl at Aquatica, SeaWorld's Water Park
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    KareKare Curl

    This two-person ride invites you to climb a vertical wave wall and experience the feeling of weightlessness.

    Height restrictions: 48 inches (122 cm)

    Kata’s Kookaburra Cove

    A little bird with a loud shriek serves as the namesake for this kid-centric play area. Little ones will have a blast exploring whimsical water rides, being squirted by waterspouts and zooming down a beginner’s water slide.

    Omaka Rocka

    Glide down a high-tech water flume on an inner tube raft as you wind through intricate funnels. Prepare to be propelled high upon one side of a funnel only to slide down the other side of another.

    Height restrictions: 48 inches (122 cm)

    Ray Rush at Aquatica SeaWorld's Water Park
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    Ray Rush

    Slide, splash and soar in this fully loaded water adventure. Fill your raft with family and friends as you’re blasted by water jets, spin inside a colossal water sphere and dive into giant manta wings.

    Height restrictions: 42 inches (107 cm)

    Reef Plunge

    Now open, this all-new water slide will give you the chance to zoom past a vibrant array of marine life that includes Commerson’s dolphins, leopard sharks and a variety of other aquatic wonders.

    Height restrictions: 42 inches (107 cm)

    Riptide Race at Aquatica® Orlando
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    Riptide Race

    On Florida’s first-ever and world’s tallest dueling waterslide, you and a family member or friend can race side-by-side at top speeds, navigating tight loops and accelerations through indoor and outdoor sections of nearly 650 feet of splashing slides.

    Height restrictions: 42 inches (107 cm)

    Roa’s Rapids

    Jump aboard an action-packed river ride catapulting you through high tides, whirling waters and swelling geysers. Hold on tight: It’s high-speed, white-water excitement with a series of crashing waves.

    Height restrictions: Children under 51 inches (130 cm) require a lifejacket.

    Tassie’s Twisters

    Start off at Loggerhead Lane and slowly ascend the island tower. You’ll plummet down fast tubes that send you spiraling into an enormous giant bowl. Ultimately, you will spin back into a soothing lazy river.

    Height restrictions: Children under 48 inches (122 cm) require a lifejacket.

    Aquatica® Orlando Taumata racers
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    Taumata Racer

    Join an epic, high-speed competition between eight racers as you soar head-first down steep hills on mats. Check out the competition as you near the bottom and see who splashes into the pool first.

    Height restrictions: 42 inches (107 cm)

    Walhalla Wave

    Jet through a 6-story maze on a spinning circular raft. Glide through ominous dark tunnels, take surprising twists and turns, and splash into a shallow pool of water.

    Height restrictions: 42 inches (107 cm). Children under 48 inches (122 cm) require a lifejacket.

    Walkabout Waters at Aquatica
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    Walkabout Waters

    A 60-foot fortress serves as a beacon of South Seas fun, calling everyone to this 15,000-square-foot walkabout and play area for all ages. Slide, climb and wade in refreshing shallow waters.

    Whanau Way

    Climb a quadruple slide tower where you’ll get to choose from four unique high-speed water slides. Cruise down slides with a friend on a double inner tube for fast fun.

    Height restrictions: Children under 48 inches (122 cm) require a lifejacket.