You can walk from Aventura. And you can walk to aventura from sapphire falls.There are buses from RPR to VB. RPR and Sapphire Falls should still share a bus. You can’t walk to VB, unless you are staying at Cabana Bay. There’s no walk way.
As others have said, if the high is around 64 or lower, there's a good chance VB will be closed for the day. They sometimes post it about 1-3 days in advance.How will I know if VB is going to be open on a particular day? When I look in the app it doesn't seem clear.
Do they only close for cold weather and lightening? Would it stay open if it was just raining and would rides run if it was just raining?
Lines are definitely shortest in the morning. If staying onsite using early entry is the best way to do a lot. I have never felt the need to stay until 5 when going in the morning. You may have thundershowers in the afternoon which will at least temporarily shut things down.We are traveling the beginning of August, we are usually September travelers but my husband has business. He very badly wants to go to Volcano Bay. I am trying to figure out what a better option would be. We come in on a Saturday and my husband was thinking of going on that day, but I don't believe we would actually be on Universal Property until sometime between 10:30 to noon which I believe would be peak time. We could also go on Wednesday to rope drop and could stay till I am thinking around 5 as we have to be ready for an event later that night.
I am thinking rope dropping on Wednesday would be better.
Our other option would be to hop around the parks, to do a little VB in the evening one day and morning another around events. I know it's early but I am an early over planner.
This would be my choice. A few hours in not-super-busy conditions is great at VB. Then you can pop back in later in the trip, and you'll already know the layout. Water parks are lots of stairs, too; nice to spread that out a bit.Our other option would be to hop around the parks, to do a little VB in the evening one day and morning another around events.
Hello Ross,Hi all, going to VB in august. I absolutely love water slides and am looking forward to trying the three drop slides. Which one is the best? Just so i know so I can do that one last!
One thing however, my wife is not a huge fan of slides like this and will not go on them. Is she allowed to walk up with me and then walk back down after? I would not want to cause any VB staff or my wife any issues. I keep trying and trying to tell her that it won't be that bad but she won't listen. 5 months to try and persuade her!
Sounds brilliant, thank you!I've been one one of the serpentine drop slides...once. Can't tell you which one. It was about 30 seconds of "I can't wait until this is over'. I spent the whole time holding my hand over my nose and mouth so the water wouldn't go up my nose! I've never been brave enough to do the straight down slides at any water park!
Not silly.Silly question -- but we are going to be in Orlando for a day before a cruise (hopefully) in late July. We are planning on a 1-day visit to Volcano Bay. My son loves Butterbeer from Harry Potter world ... does anyone know if they serve that at Volcano Bay?