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Wet N Wild Hawaii

Wow! Talk about colossal, "Wet N Wild Hawaii" is the largest Water Park Attraction in Hawaii. If you're bringing children, you won't want to miss this attraction! This eighteen-million dollar attraction is located on twenty-nine acres, and is about a forty-five minute ride from Waikiki. This water-themed Amusement Park has just about any ride you can imagine, and the kids will love them all. You'll be able to participate on rides with exotic names such as The Tornado, Shaka, Da Flowrider, Fly'in Hawaiian, Waianae Coasters, Big Kahuna, Surfslider, Raging River, Island Racer, and the Kapolei Kooler. Wet N Wild Hawaii has a total of about 25 different water-based rides. Although some rides are obviously designed for the "dare devils" among us, other rides are "mild mannered" and peaceful so the whole family can be accommodated easily. Transportation to the park from your Waikiki hotel can be included as well.



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