Universal's Volcano Bay

Volcano Bay Waterpark

Artists Impression of Volcano Bay

Coming June 2017 Volcano Bay's attractions are located in four themed areas, each inspired by various Polynesian islands and cultures. The centerpiece of the park is "Krakatau", a 200-foot-tall volcano that will appear to have waterfalls during the day and lava flows at night.


The area located in the park's signature volcano will also include a first-of-its-kind slide attraction, with details to be revealed at a later date.

  •  Krakatau Aqua Coaster
  •  Ko’okiri Body Plunge: A near-vertical (70-degree drop) speed slide with a trap-door start that passes through the Krakatau volcano, falling 125 feet (38 m). The slide will also pass through one of the pool attractions at the base of the volcano, described by the park as a "world's-first" feature.
  •  Kala and Ta Nui Serpentine Body Slides: A pair of body slides with trap-door starts.
  •  Punga Racers: A four-lane racing slide using mats resembling manta rays.

Wave Village

Wave Village is designed for sunbathing and relaxation and includes one- and two-story cabanas that can be rented by visitors.

  •  Waturi Beach: The park's main wave pool.
  •  The Reef: A calmer pool with fewer waves.

River Village

The River Village area contains attractions for families and for younger visitors.
  •  Kopiko Wai Winding River: A lazy river that passes through Krakatau, with decorated caves and random special effects.
  •  Tot Tiki Reef: A play area designed for toddlers.
  •  Runamukka Reef: Three stories tall, a water fortress with its own small slides.
  •  Honu: One of two slides with multi-passenger rafts.
  •  Ika Moana: A second multi-passenger raft slide.

Rainforest Village

The final section of the park contains a large number of thrill slides, including body slides and raft slides ridden with multiple riders.

  •  Maku: Another multi-passenger raft slide, described as the first of its kind in North America with three high-banked curves.
  •  Puihi: Multi-passenger rafts drop into pitch-dark chambers, then a funnel and a final drop.
  •  Ohyah and Ohno Drop Slides: Body slides with tall drops into the splash pools.
  •  TeAwa The Fearless River: A raft ride simulating white-water rafting.
  •  Taniwha Tubes: Four raft slides ridden solo or in pairs.
  •  Puka Uli Lagoon: A pool intended for relaxation.