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8 Ways to Live Your Most Tropical Life at Universal’s Volcano Bay

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    White sandy beaches, lush foliage, soothing waterfall sounds, warm sunny skies… these are just some of the main things you’ll get to experience on your tropical vacation to Universal’s Volcano Bay. Add in an unforgettable volcano view, sparkling lazy river, and a delicious umbrella drink—and I’d say you’ve found a slice of paradise right in the heart of Florida.

    Here are 8 ways you can join us to live your most tropical life.

    1. Overlook Paradise

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    Seriously, these views are absolutely amazing. Opening your curtains whisks you away to a tropical oasis when you stay in a Volcano Side Room in our newest towers at Universal’s Cabana Bay Beach Resort..

    Tropical Tip: In addition to standard rooms, you can book a two-bedroom suite and bring the entire family on your tropical getaway.

    2. Stroll Right Into Volcano Bay

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    Staying at Cabana Bay gives you the option to take a short walk right to Volcano Bay, without having to drive or take a shuttle. It’s just steps away from the park, making it quick and easy to start a tropical day.

    Tropical Tip: Set up your account on the The Official Universal Orlando Resort App before heading to Volcano Bay so that all you’ll need is your room key and sunscreen, making it easier to pay for that tropical drink.

    3. Wake Up to a Beautiful Sunrise

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    An awesome benefit of staying at Cabana Bay is being able to utilize Early Park Admission. With it, you and other on-site hotel guests will be able to slide into the park a whole hour before it’s open to the public. If you were looking for a cool breeze as you bask in the early morning sun with the sound of nothing but rushing water, this is where you’ll find it.

    Tropical Tip: Be sure to check the hours for Early Park Admission before setting your alarm!

    4. Treat Yourself to a Relaxing Cabana

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    Lay back and relax in your own private cabana in paradise. A lot comes with a cabana, but all you need to know is that you’ll be pampered and taken care of while you taking in views like this.

    Tropical Tip: Concierge service comes with the cabana, so food and drinks will be delivered directly to you.

    5. Float, Relax and Drift Away

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    You’ve made it into the park and got yourself a chair to relax and bask in the sounds of the Krakatau waterfall. Now it’s time to let the water carry you away on the Kopiko Wai Winding River.’

    6. Grab a Tropical Drink (or Two)

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    Cap off your day in paradise with a fruity drink and a souvenir cup, like Guavaruma: Rum*, Fresh Pineapple Juice and Fresh Guava juice! Mmmmm.

    Tropical Tip: Be sure to keep your cup for reduced prices on refills and an adorable souvenir.

    7. Roll With the Waves at Waturi Beach

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    With the perfect waves at Waturi Beach, you can experience the warm waters of the tropics with the sounds of the iconic waterfall from the Krakatau Volcano towering above you.

    8. Disappear Into the Wonders of Waterfall Cove

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    A truly hidden gem at Volcano Bay, tucked away in the corner of Krakatau is a mysterious little waterfall cove. This cove truly makes you feel as if you’ve been transported to an exclusive, exotic location.

    If you’re dreaming of a tropical getaway, take a look at the Volcano Side Rooms at Universal’s Cabana Bay and start planning your day at Universal’s Volcano Bay.

    *Must be 21 years of age or older with valid identification to purchase or drink alcoholic beverages at Universal Orlando Resort.

    The post 8 Ways to Live Your Most Tropical Life at Universal’s Volcano Bay appeared first on Close Up.

    Source: Universal Orlando Blog
     

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