Universal’s Volcano Bay – Universal Orlando Resort’s innovative and incredibly-immersive water theme park – will reopen to guests on Saturday, February 27.
Closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic and a combination of lower crowds due to the season, Volcano Bay have enhanced health and safety procedures when the park reopens on February 27 and reflect the guidelines that debuted last year across the resort. Key measures include temperature screenings for guests and team members, limiting capacity at the park and on attractions – including rivers and pools, enforcing social distancing, aggressive cleaning and disinfection procedures, and requiring face coverings inside restaurants, retail locations and when entering and exiting the park. Face coverings are not permitted on the slides and in the pools.
Universal’s Volcano Bay is a tropical oasis filled with a variety of relaxing and thrilling experiences – all surrounding a massive 200-foot volcano nestled right in the center of the park. Upon entering the picturesque park, guests are immediately transported to a South Seas-inspired paradise where they can relax on the sands of Waturi Beach, drift leisurely down Kopiko Wai Winding River, brave a 125-foot drop alongside the volcano on Ko’okiri Body Plunge and so much more.
For complete information on Universal Orlando’s health and safety procedures, click here.
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