Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon is a great place to catch some sun! Swim, build a sand castle, and even go snorkeling with sharks, stingrays and tropical fish in the coral reef. TL is one of the 2 Disney World Water Parks available with your Water Park Fun & More Ticket add-on.
Here is our Top 10 things to do at Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon:
1. Bay Slides- Toddlers and little kids will enjoy these 2 slow speed slides. Parents can catch them at the bottom when they come out.
2. America’s Largest Wave Pool– A huge and ocean-like wave pool is the centerpiece of this tropical paradise. When you hear the big boom, look out! The 7ft swells come out all day long! Every 30 minutes, huge waves come one after another for about 10 minutes. Watch small children as these waves will knock them over! My kids love to jump over and surf the waves and ride them into the sand shore
3. Crush’n’Gusher Slides– Ride single, double, or TRIPLE! Choose from the Pineapple, Coconut, or Banana slide! These slides exit into a quiet, shallow pool where your kids can swim while they wait for you. The pool is guarded as well.
4. Shark Reef– After a 3 minute lesson on how to use a snorkel, you swim across the the 300,000 gallon salt water reef. You swim across the top of this huge 10 foot deep aquarium while looking down into the water at stingrays, tropical fish (Nemo and Dory!) and even hammerhead and leopard sharks.There are life jackets available for children too. This is great for kids 5 and up.
5. Gangplank Falls- 300-foot-long water slide aboard a 4-person inner tube. The whole family goes together under waterfalls, bridges, and through caves!
6. Keelhaul Falls- Slow single rider tube slide. My kids rode this and they are 6 & 7, they didn’t get their faces wet, and a lifeguard catches their tube at the bottom.
7. Mayday Falls- The most intense single-rider tube slide. This is the highest and longest tube slide. Teens and adults will enjoy this wild ride!
8. Mount Mayday- 214 feet hill at a 60-degree angle! There are 3 body slides on Mount Mayday for big kids, teens and adults. You won’t know what’s coming in the dark, 5-story drop!
9. RELAX!- TL has many white sand beaches scattered around the park. They have covered sand with pavillions where toddlers can play with their sand toys, and reclining lounge chairs by the wave pool for Mom to relax and catch some rays. You can bring sand toys into the park too!
10. Ketcha-Kiddie Creek- Grab an inner tube and float lazily down the creek that winds around the entire perimeter of the Park. It’s a leisurely way to get a glimpse of the whole park, travel from one side to the other, and relax while you wait for your family to go down their favorite slide.
Tell your World of Magic Travel Specialist you want the Waterparks & More Ticket Option when booking your reservation, so you can visit Typhoon Lagoon, Blizzard Beach, and DisneyQuest the Indoor Theme Park. I always visit the Water Parks with my family at Disney. It’s a great way to unwind and cool off!
A day at the water park is a great way to unwind from a long day at the Parks and work on your Florida tan! Email me for a free quote on your next *magical* vacation at Summer@worldofmagictravel.com. I can answer any of your planning or vacation questions anytime on my Facebook Page too. There are great rates going on for summer vacation at select Disney World resorts! I hope to hear from you soon!