Splash-happy activities at this popular attraction include a beach volleyball court, an arcade, a huge wave pool and an ... More
Splash-happy activities at this popular attraction include a beach volleyball court, an arcade, a huge wave pool and an adults-only whirlpool and bar area. Slide fanatics have a few heart-stopping rides to enjoy, among them the Tornado, a 130 foot-(40 meter-) long tunnel, and the Waianae Coasters.
Can't belive how beautiful this water park is. I've been to many, but this one has one of the nicest lush tropical theme. The Flowrider, surfing ride, was so fun to ride and to watch. Wave pool generates waves every 3 seconds. The one in the mainland produces waves every 1 min or so. We spent the whole day there and had so much fun.
This place felt like it was on loan from Epcot. You will have a better experience if you ask locals for a good luau/Hula show. The PCC will leave you feeling like all of Polynesia is one culture. You don't leave there feeling like you've had a Hawaiian Cultural expeirience. The best Luau/Hula shows in my opinion are indepedantly operated, not hotel or PCC shows. If you think Epcot is great this is for you.
The water park on Oahu was great! We added this to our "things to do on Oahu" list and was glad we did! From the minute we got there we had so much fun. It started to rain a little but that didnt stop the fun we were having. Stop by the water park if youre ever in Kapolei and have FUN FUN FUN. we certainly did.
It was worth every penny and cant wait to go back in January 2007!
Great for the family and friends! Lots of fun and not even expensive! Park is small but just right for the kids to play and just have fun. Everything is there for everyone to enjoy and there are free rentals and the food is good.
But no can beat Castle Park!=)
I disliked the food part of it because it was really expensive but of course we didn't go there to eat but we needed refueling after going on so much rides!!!I liked everything else there being my first time. The lines were moving fast and my son had a blast in the little kiddie pool which i thougt was really cute. I would definatly recommend this attraction to everyone.
I went to Hawaiian Waters with my youth group during a youth convention and it just so happened that the day we were going there was my 17th B-Day...it was so much fun we all held eachothers tubes and formed this sort of circle a relaxed in the Kapolei Kooler...then my friends and I went on the Flyin' Hawaiian which is two slides next to eachother and you go down and it stops and you fly and drop right into the pool...which is pretty deep...I was a little scared at first but after I went the first time...I was like, "Let's go again!"
Then we watched are youth leaders scream going down the Shaka...it was so funny. The last ride I went on was the Big Kahuna and my friend Ikaika was in the front and my friend Jae was in the middle and I was in the back and we started going down and I was just screaming because he kept making the tube move from side to side and I was so scared we were gonna fly away. But in all it was a fun day. The food is a little expensive but it's pretty good...I love Dippin' Dots!
Small enough to keep track of the kids and even let them wander on their own a little. The unique surf board pool was challenging but a real hit.
It is a bit of a drive from Waikiki but the kids will love it. Check for discount coupons. The entertainment book gave us the best rate.
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