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Upon booking I wasn't able to indicate which pick up location suited me best so we just waited at the closest pick up location, bus was about 20 minutes late so was left worrying if we had been forgotten about. Not all slides were open with some alternating in 30 minute intervals with the slide next to it, plus concrete in direct sunlight was extremely hot so feet were burning and need to stand in a shaded spot whilst waiting in line up, however line ups were quite short with no more than 10 minutes spent at any one time.
Having been to Disney Water Parks, this hardly compares. Based upon a volcano theme it was more like a dry hill side. All bags were searched for food and any food found was removed so that we had no choice to buy their over-inflated food in the park. Rides were well maintained although there were no big thrill rides. Park was very compact and quiet so there was no queuing. We spent 4 and a half hours here which was more than enough.
Made our own way to park as did not want to spend 1 1/2 hours on coach beforehand making pickups. Disappointed with the amount of rides. A much smaller park than anticipated. Closed very early at 4.00 pm. Cabana hire was expensive $100, we did not get out moneys worth due to park only opening at 10.30 am and not actually getting in to the park well after 11.00 am due to very, very slow moving admission queues.. Buffet lunch was okay (acceptable). The very tiny lockers were $14... Got back $5 when handing back key. (too expensive for size of locker). Body boarding lesson (included in voucher was enjoyable).
The waterpark was fun and there were not too many people about because of the weather so it was good in that respect. However 4 of the main advertised rides were shut. There were signs up for one ride communicating that it was closed due to an upgrade, and we could see people working on it. But the other 4 were just closed. Once we'd been on 4 rides and in the wave pool we realised that we had pretty much completed the whole park. The wave pool was good, as was the hot tubs and the long river stretch, but i would recommend you find out if all of the rides are going to be open before you go.