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Universal Orlando Resort’s Volcano Bay Reopens

Universal Orlando Resort’s Volcano Bay Reopens

Universal’s Volcano Bay has officially reopened. Following its four-month seasonal closure, the waterpark has reopened.

Volcano Bay is a tropical oasis filled with experiences that offer everything from ultimate thrills to tranquil relaxation – all surrounding a massive 200-foot volcano nestled right in the center of the park. Upon entering the water theme park, guests are immediately transported to a one-of-a-kind 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, enjoy interactive “Tap to Play” experiences throughout the park with their innovative TapuTapu wearable, and so much more.

Universal Orlando has been open since last summer following COVID-19 closures. The rest of the Florida theme parks including Walt Disney World have also reopened last year by keeping attendance capacity low. Meanwhile in California, Universal Studios Hollywood remains closed with its shopping district CityWalk being the only thing open to the public.

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