One-day admission to the water park will cost $67. The price is $5 more than the cost at either of Disney’s nearby water parks, Blizzard Beach and Typhoon Lagoon. For children, tickets will cost $62.

There are 18 rides and attractions at the park – and you can learn about those, here.

A park hopper pass to get you in to all three Universal parks: Universal Studios, Islands of Adventure, and Volcano Bay – comes with a $219 fee for a one-day pass. It’s an expensive splurge for a park-hopping water experience, but it’s guaranteed to be an incredible experience if you want to try three of the popular Orlando water parks as part of the vacation.

A feature that we’re most excited about is: “TapuTapu”. This wearable band will allow visitors to wait in virtual lines. Tapping the device to a pillar outside each attraction will give you a return time, allowing you to explore the park elsewhere until it is your turn. “No carrying tubes, no standing in long lines, no hassles,” that’s a family-friendly feature if I’ve ever heard one, and frankly, one of the only ways that I would consider one of these types of resorts with historically huge line-ups.

The park opens May 25th, to learn more Visit the Volcano Bay website

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