Wet ‘N’ Wild Hawaii Review

If you’re planning to go to Hawaii with your family, spend a day at Wet ‘N’ Wild  Hawaii. This park guarantees a whole day of fun for adults, teens and young kids alike. In this Wet ‘N’ Wild Hawaii review, we’ll take a closer look at the park’s rides, attractions and other information you need to know before your visit.

You can reach Wet ‘N’ Wild from Waikiki by driving through the H1 freeway to the west side of Oahu. Or you can take a nice luxury Hawaii limo ride and enjoy the scenic views while heading there.

Rides and Attractions

A ticket to Wet ‘N’ Wild Hawaii costs only $49.99 plus tax for general admission. If you’re 42” under and older than 3 years old, a ticket will cost $37.99 plus tax. Kids 2 years old and younger can get in for free, while seniors who are at least 65 as well as handicapped individuals only need to pay $37.99 plus tax. Residents get a “Kama’aiana” discount with a valid ID or a military ID are also given discounts and will only need to pay $36.99 plus tax.

So what do you get in exchange for your money? Plenty of fun – that’s for sure! The rides are divided into 3 categories: Chill, Moderate, and Extreme. 

If you have kids with you, the Chill rides would be perfect.

  • Water World Kids Playground – There are 5 fun zones in this complex with 7 kids’ slides.
  • Keiki Kove – If you have young kids, the spray ground is recommended for them. There are interactive water activities here including water cannons, water-spouting volcano, a mushroom water shower and others.
  • Surf Sliders – Let your kids try these body slides for some child-friendly excitement.
  • Kapolei Kooler – If your group is already tired from all that excitement, relax in the lazy river which is great for all ages.
  • Cutter’s Island – This is another spot for rest and relaxation and there’s also a cool plunge pool and a hot tub.
  • Island Golf Adventure – Now this 18-hole miniature golf course is located adjacent to Wet ‘N’ Wild Hawaii and there’s an $11 fee to get inside unless you have the Wet ‘N’ Wild Gold Pass. Kids under 42 inches will only pay $9.

Now for groups with kids who are at least 48 inches tall, the following rides and attractions are worth a try:

  • Waimea Whirl – Families will have tons of fun in this water raft ride through a rainbow colored giant funnel.
  • Hawaiian Waters Wave Pool – This massive wave pool contains more than 400,000 gallons of water.
  • O-Hana Highway – Try white water rafting with your kids as you wind down a length of 600 feet with sharp turns and up to 40 feet descents.
  • Waianae Coasters – Experience the thrill of being able to slide down 320-foot high slides, twisting and turning as you go.
  • Big Kahuna – This fun-filled ride along sloped flumes and raging waters are a favorite attraction for families.

The Extreme rides and attractions are recommended for older kids, adults and teens with a knack for thrilling rides and activities:

  • Tornado – You’ll get catapulted from 50 feet in the air from a 130-foot tunnel and then plunge into the Tornado’s funnel in a clover-leaf shaped tube.
  • Island Racers – This racing slide is like no other. You go head-first through the 240-foot raceway, four stories high and go down at a speed of 20 feet per second.
  • Shaka – This wet/dry attraction lets you “fly” at a speed of 31 mph and plummet down a 36-foot drop.
  • Da’ FlowRider – Go surfing at Da Flowrider which is a pay-per-play attraction in the park. Learn how to surf or polish your surfing skills in this simulated surfing attraction.

You can visit the Wet ‘N’ Wild Hawaii website to buy a ticket or to know more about this water park.