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Heading towards Wet n Wild
Wet ‘n’ Wild Entrance ahead.
Mammoth Falls – The Mammoth River Ride features 4.5 metre wide troughs winding over more than 200 metres of white water rapids and ridden in giant six-person tubes.
Gaint wave pool – Add 3 million litres of water and a consistent one-metre swell makes for a lot of fun.
Overseeing Tornado and Surfrider in the background
Buccaneer Bay – The ultimate kids’ zone full of colour and cool interactive elements.
We are heading to there…
Claypso Beach – Slow-flowing river takes you through lush sub-tropical gardens, a Caribbean shanty town and the remains of a pirate castle.
SpeedCoaster – Take off on the ultimate tandem tube slide and try to crack the speed record before hitting the totally exhilarating zero-gravity finish.
River Rapids – Slip and slide your way down Whitewater Mountain on Wet’n’Wild’s all new River Rapids!
Enough for the beginner rides, now for the Extreme H2O zone….First up
Kamikaze – Kamikaze is a unique combination wet/dry attraction and the first of its kind in the southern hemisphere. Water spray jets provide a frictionless surface on the giant U-shaped slide as rafts are channelled effortlessly to the bottom.
Blackhole – The Blackhole features two fully enclosed slides that catapult riders into pitch black spirals of darkness. You don’t know which way you’re turning next, and you don’t see a thing until you hit the final splashdown!
Tornado – Begin the wild journey on the Tornado super-slide from a 15-metre high platform, then blast down a 40-metre long tunnel – right into the middle of a storm.
Overseeing both Tornado and Blackhole
Last but not least, the Surfrider – Ever wondered what it’s like to ride some of the biggest waves in the world? What’s it like being towed into a 50ft face? This ride delivers the experience with major thrills as you plummet downwards on a giant surfboard simulating dropping into a massive wave