Hey Thrill Seekers,
We looooooooove when Universal give us any information on Volcano Bay, in fact we spend our days anticipating the next influx of information 😉
I’ve been taking a look into some information on how to use the new, exclusive TapuTapu’s. If you don’t already know (I mean, where have you been?!) TapuTapu’s are the new ‘wearable’ queuing system that is set to eliminate waiting in lines by using ‘virtual queues’ in Universals brand, spanking new water park – Volcano Bay. You can also use it to control multiple interactive experiences throughout the park.
Here’s a picture and some steps on how to use the TapuTapu:
- Pick up your TapuTapu wearable as you enter the park. It’s yours for the day.
- Look for the symbol in step 2 around the park and use your TapuTapu to get a return time, play and more.
- Touch your TapuTapu on the symbol at a ride entry totem. That check you into the virtual line and gives you a return time.
- Go play around the park. The TapuTapu will tell you when it’s time to head back to the ride.
- Touch the symbol on the totem again and proceed through the ride entrance.
- You can also use the TapuTapu to play with interactive surprises around the park.
- Don’t forget to return the TapuTapu wearable when you exit Volcano Bay.
So when you arrive you’ll be given a TapuTapu straight away and remember to keep your eyes peeled for totems marked with the Volcano Bay logo which are situated at the entrance to the rides, once you touch your TapuTapu to the totem you will then have a place in the virtual line and will be notified by your wearable when it’s time to ride.
I love the idea of the interactive surprises – a bit like the interactive wands at the Wizarding World of Harry Potter! You” be able to control streams of water spurting from whales in Tot Tiki Reef. Shoot water cannons at other guests snaking down Kopiko Wai Winding River or illuminate images in the volcano’s hidden caves.
Don’t forget to return your TapuTapu at the end of your visit 😉
What are you most looking forward to at Volcano Bay and what do you think of the virtual queuing system?