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Aquatica by SeaWorld

Aquatica Orlando

The Aquatica by SeaWorld is a South Seas-inspired waterpark that features attractions from serene to extreme. Simply put, Aquatic is all about Rides, Slides and Animals and will delight all ages and interests.

Featuring 36 water slides, six rivers and lagoons and more than 80,000 square feet of seemingly endless, sandy beaches, this extraordinary waterpark blends up close animal experiences, high-speed thrills and wide, sandy beaches.

Aquatica is not just about water rides. You will enjoy up-close encounters with the only Commerson's dolphins found in the Southeastern United States, giant anteaters, brilliant birds and an array of exotic fish. Aquatica's exclusive attractions promise unlimited fun, that will send you on amazing undersea adventures and through breathtaking animal exhibits.

Aquatica is located just across the street from SeaWorld on International Drive off the Beach Line Expressway (FL 528), 10 minutes south of downtown Orlando and 15 minutes from Orlando International Airport. See directions below.

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Aquatica, SeaWorld's Waterpark
5800 Water Play Way,
Orlando, FL 32821
407-351-3600 or 1-888-800-5447

From high-speed water slides and exhilarating wave pools, to tranquil beaches and the remarkable animal habitats that are the hallmark of SeaWorld, Aquatica delights all ages and interests. This one-of-a-kind waterpark is home to some of the world's most thrilling water rides, featuring 36 slides, six rivers and lagoons and more than 80,000 square feet of sparkling white, sandy beaches. Aquatica's exclusive attractions promise unlimited fun, sending guests on amazing undersea adventures and through breathtaking animal exhibits.

Aquatica Rides and Attracttions

Dolphin Plunge

Dolphin Plunge takes riders down 250 feet of clear tubes, underwater, and through Aquatica's beautiful Commerson's dolphin habitat. Fly beneath the sea in the park's signature attraction, Dolphin Plunge. Catch the sight of spectacular black-and-white Commerson's dolphins as you
jet through the marine mammals' habitat in clear, 250-foot-long tubes.

Riders must be at least 48 inches tall (1.22m).

Omaka Rocka

Omaka Rocka is an all-new family waterslide that gives you a taste of half-pipe, and near-vertical thrills. Riders speed down flumes into massive funnels, that will have them splashing and sliding forward and backward and climbing the walls., as they feel a sensation of near weightlessness. Coming out of the funnel, they'll skim into a drenching splashdown and then find themselves wanting to do it all over again.

Big Surf Shores & Cutback Cove

Equally thrilling, the Aquatica waterpark features the world's only side-by-side wave pools, Big Surf Shores and Cutback Cove which are capable of operating together or independently. Filled with a combined 860,000 gallons of water, these enormous wave pools, while offering different experiences, can generate one immense wave or dueling waves that will challenge even the most avid water enthusiast..

Roa's Rapids

Roa's Rapids is an adventure river that send guests through 1,500 feet of rapids, past geysers and through waterfalls at a speed three to four times faster than a typical waterpark river.

Loggerhead Lane
Loggerhead Lane is a slow pace lazy river that floats guests through gentle waterfalls, past exotic birds, and through a magnificent 10,000-gallon underwater grotto that is home to hundreds of exotic fish.

Taumata Racer
For those who prefer life in the fast lane, Taumata Racer speeds riders down a 300-foot colorful eight-lane racing slide, in and out of tunnels and around a 360-degree turn before racing them across the finish line. All within 59 acres of lush landscaping, brightly colored buildings and tropical surroundings.

Riders must be at least 42 inches tall (1.07m).

Hooroo Run
Hooroo Run rafters experience a sense of weightlessness as they soar down this 6-story, 250-foot, triple-drop water ride. The 7-foot-wide flume takes four riders at a time on a straight shot down three times. Riders must be at least 42 inches tall (1.07m).

Walhalla Wave
This family raft ride splashes four guests at a time down six stories and through 600 feet of tunnels, twists and turns. The enclosed flume is on the same tower as Hooroo Run, but offers a slightly slower journey. Riders must be at least 42 inches tall (1.07m).

Tassie Twister
Adventurous rafters delight in the twirling sensations of this ride as they spin and splash through a tunnel and into a sparkling pool below. The 129-foot flume takes single or double inner tubes into a super bowl, spins riders around and drops them into Loggerhead Lane. Riders must be able to maintain proper riding position and hold on to handles unassisted.

Whanau Way
Seated in double inner tubes, riders head down 5-story slides filled with thrilling drops, unexpected curves and cascading water curtains. At the top of the tower, guests may choose one of four colorful slides, each of which will send them down 340 feet and splash them into a crystal blue pool. Riders must be able to maintain proper riding position and hold on to handles unassisted.

Walkabout Waters

Walkabout Waters is one of the world's largest interactive water playgrounds, boasting 15,000 square feet of pure water excitement. This
60-foot-tall, colorful water adventure is the perfect playground for kids to zip down slides
and blast water cannons. Height restrictions vary by slide, guests should consult park signage or lifeguards for guidelines.

Kata's Kookaburra Cove
This irresistible water wonderland for children contains 79,000 gallons of water and features plentiful fountains, rides and slides. Highlights include Slippity Dippity, Slider Rider, Racer Chaser and Zippity Zappity. Tiny tots –- even those too young to walk –- can enjoy sliding with mom and dad in specially designed rafts. Riders must be under 48 inches (1.22m).


Across the street from SeaWorld Orlando, on International Drive. Near the intersection of Interstate 4 and FL 528 (the Beach Line Expressway).

Aquatica is approximately 10 miles south of downtown Orlando and 15 miles from the Orlando International Airport. (see driving direction on the right)

Operating Hours
Aquatica is open year-round with varying hours. Click here for specific hours of operation.

Offical Website

The Cheapest way to get to Aquatica is the I-Ride Trolley SeaWorld stop: 34 South

Note: For guests feeling a little less adventurous, tranquil beaches and refreshing pools help slow the pace. Private cabanas are available for rent to those desiring a private retreat.

Aquatica Guest Services

Strollers, wheelchairs, and lockers are available for rent. Climate-controlled pet kennels are available for rent at SeaWorld, conveniently located across the street.

Wheelchair seating is available at all facilities. Diaper-changing and baby-nursing areas, first aid, foreign currency exchange, automated teller machine, taxi and bus parking are available on site.

Driving directions to Aquatica, SeaWorld's Waterpark

From the Orlando International Airport to Aquatica:
- Take Highway 528/Beach Line Expressway Westbound
- Get off on the International Drive exit
- Take a left at the end of the ramp
(follow signs toward SeaWorld)
- Aquatica is just across the street from SeaWorld on International Drive

From Tampa or Highway 192 hotels to Aquatica
Exit 71- Get on I-4 Eastbound
- Get off on Exit 71 (SeaWorld Exit)
- Take a right off the ramp onto Central Florida Parkway (follow signs toward SeaWorld)
- Turn left onto Sea Harbor Drive
- Aquatica is just past SeaWorld across International Drive

From Downtown Orlando to Aquatica
Exit 72- Get on I-4 Westbound
- Get off on Exit 72
(Highway 528/Beach Line Expressway) (East bound)
- Get off on International Drive Exit (Exit #1)
- Take a left at the bottom of the ramp
(follow signs toward SeaWorld)
- Aquatica is just across the street from SeaWorld on International Drive

Did you know that ...
Aquatica's racing rides, glistening lagoons and winding rivers are filled with a whopping 3.3 million gallons of water and kept at a comfortable 84 degrees.