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- 98%Family Travelers
- 69%Outdoor Enthusiasts
- 51%Adventure Travelers
User Reviews (9 Reviews)
- Wet'n'wild HawaiiMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 11Oct 31, 2013
Much potential but they have many rides closed most of the time. So paying the full price ticket and then find that just a couple of rides are open it's a big disappointment.
- Wet'n'wild HawaiiJul 05, 2012
i always had fun when i went to wet'n'wild Hawaii water park. the food is great and the people are pleasant. my family and friends loved going here. my favorite ride is the Shaka, and i spent most of my time in the wave pool, where you can take a body board every 30 minutes and ride the waves with it, i think they also taught you how to use one to kids.
- Wet'n'wild HawaiiFirst to ReviewJul 04, 2012
Let me first concede that for groups traveling with a bunch of rambunctious children, Wet'n'wild Hawaii is a great alternative to the beach, that, be it for a birthday party or random visit, is guaranteed to wear down even the most energetic of young Hawaii visitors. That being said, it's hard for me personally to justify heading here over one of Hawaii's many beaches unless you are traveling with the very young or the very young at heart. The slides are exhilarating, but you'll ether have your fill after one go-around, or be frustrated by an inability to quickly go again and again thanks to crowds. If you're apparently an old stick in the mud like me, you can enjoy some more adult activities at this facility, including a bar and a surprisingly quality selection of dining options like the exceptional Windjammer Café. Wet'n'wild Hawaii is all about offering an alternative to the beach, and considering that, they are very much successful.