As the tourism industry slowly returns to life after the pandemic, we have some good news for you ….. ORLANDO WATER PARKS ARE REOPENING!

Don’t wait to book!

Villas are filling up fast as people prepare for lockdown to end and the fun to begin.  Everyone is looking forward to some much needed excitement and freedom after months of being indoors.


Here is the proposed schedule for re-opening:-

Typhoon LagoonRemains closed at this time

Blizzard Beach – Current plan to reopen on March 7, 2021
Orlando’s answer to skiing in the Rockies!

Universal’s Volcano Bay Reopens on February 27th, 2021
This is Universal Orlando’s only water park and has become an iconic feature as you make the drive to your villa.  The ‘volcano’ can be see for miles!  Volcano Bay replaced Wet n Wild, which was closed a few years ago.

So many slides, you won’t know which to do first.  Plus, slide with dolphins.

Discovery CoveOpen!
Ever wanted to swim with dolphins?  Well now you can and it’s a memorable and moving experience.  Float through the tropical reef as rays and fish of all kinds swim with you.

Adventure Island in Tampa, Busch GardensReopens March 6th
A short drive from Orlando and you’ll find Busch Garden’s Adventure Island.  Orlando’s oldest water park has been running some 40 years.

Legoland Water ParkOpen!
Primarily for families with younger children, although there are many older kids (and adults!) that love Lego.  Come get creative and cool off at the water park afterwards.

Island H2O Live! Water ParkReopens March 13th
Orlando’s newest water park.  Island H2O is located within the Margaritaville Resort in Kissimmee and is a technologically advanced splash paradise.  Guests are encouraged to slide, float and splash, take plenty of pictures and share them on social media.

So, what are you waiting for?  Book your rental villa now and prepare to get wet.