Aquaventure Water Park At Atlantis Paradise Island, Nassau
About Aquaventure Water Park At Atlantis Paradise Island, Nassau
Aquaventure Water Park At Atlantis Paradise Island, Nassau - Address, Phone Number
Address: One Casino Drive, Paradise Island, Bahamas
Time Required: 08:00 Hrs
Timings: 09:00 am - 11:00 pm Details
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If the Sun and the beach don’t quiet cater to your idea of a vacation, spruce things up at the Aquaventure Water Park at Atlantis Paradise Island- a gorgeous 141 acre space that has made its way to the list of ‘ The Top 10 water parks’ in the world! The Atlantis themed water rides, 20 swimming areas, thrilling river rides, 11 unique swimming pools and a stunning water fort that is a favourite among children, pull locals and tourists alike and are an absolute must-try.
The water park pass gives you access to the Atlantis Beach and the Dig Aquarium that is home to 50,000 species of fishes and marine creatures. Other highlights include the shallow water interactions and deep water swims with Dolphins! If you are looking for the perfect family space, the place is apt for spending a day to cater to all age groups.
Aquaventure Water Park At Atlantis Paradise Island Information
- Carry your own swimsuit and other essentials.
- Additional contact No: +1-888-877-7525/ 954-809-2100
Aquaventure Water Park At Atlantis Paradise Island Ticket Prices
The following are general price ranges:
- Atlantis Aquaventure: Bahamian Dollars 129.00 per Adult (Child- Bahamian Dollars 94) during low season.
- Atlantis Aquaventure: Bahamian Dollars 169 (Child- Bahamian Dollars 118) during high season.
- Shallow Water Dolphin Interactions: Adult Price: Bahamian Dollars 194 guests ages 4 and up.
- Deep Water Dolphin Interactions: Adult Price: Bahamian Dollars 264 guests ages 6 and up.
For precise prices, visit the official website.
Aquaventure Water Park At Atlantis Paradise Island Opening and Closing Hours
- Hours can vary as per your preferred attractions.
How To reach Aquaventure Water Park At Atlantis Paradise Island by Public Transport
- Ferry terminal: Paradise Island Ferry Terminal
- By taking a Jitney (minibus).
- By Taxi
- By renting a Car/ Scooter/ Bike.
- On foot
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Aquaventure Water Park At Atlantis Paradise Island, Nassau Reviews - Write a Review
Horrible experience. Making the best of it with my family. At least half the amenities are closed all week. We were here about 5 years ago and a very different experience. We were offered a 200 dollar credit on our bill, but anything less than a full credit of our stay is not acceptable. When you pay full price, you expect a full experience. I would not recommend coming to this place any time soon. If this many restaurants and pools were going to be closed, we never would have come here. All we hear from all the other guests is the same thing, so I know its not just us. A total fraud. If I could have given zero stars, I would have. Do not come here.
We arrived by a cruise and paid $150 per person to enter the water park on before the Christmas 2015. It was over crowded. Staff are careless. The park self has much less features and fun than our local water park for only $40 per person. It totally wasted our time and money. We would rather spend time on a nice public beach than this over-advertised and over-priced place.
This place is the opppsite of the comercials the slides were average. And not well kept. Super packed. Hard to navigate. Life guards are exceptionally rude. The only nice ones we met were at the Kiddie lazy river. Honestly you can get a lot more bang for your buck else where.
Good kids area but make sure your kids are above 48 inches for the slides or you may be better off just buying a pool pass. I highly recommend that you wear aqua shoes. The paths are really hot and rough on the feet. Lunch for four was $56.00 was good but pricy. It was also really crowded with cruise ship passages.
Kids had fun. Bummer that my son couldn't ride on the two person tube slides like he could in the wild rapids.