Enjoy an early summer day out at Caribbean Bay

It is not too early to enjoy a pre-summer day in the sun and water at Caribbean Bay. In fact, the period from May to June is considered by many to be the most fun and relaxing time at Korea’s biggest water park because, although the water outdoors remains above 28 degrees Celsius, there are fewer visitors than during the peak summer vacation season.

More and more attractions open

Everland’s Caribbean Bay water park has begun gearing up for its summer water fun season by opening more and more attractions to receive visitors.

Mega Storm and the lazy river have already been running since April. Mega Storm is a slide that combines the features of a tornado water slide and a magnetic levitation water coaster. It takes riders on a 355-meter slide from a height of 37 meters, thrilling them with sudden drops, sharp ascents, spinning left and right, and a feeling of weightlessness.

Thrillseekers flock to the ever-popular Mega Storm for the maximum fun water slide ride.
Meanwhile, the lazy river is a much more relaxed journey through a 550 m-long loop, taking in both inside outside parts of Caribbean Bay on a rubber tube.

An Everland panda doll enjoys floating gently along the lazy river ride.

The outdoor wave pool, which in spring 2022 was converted into Mar Caribe Bayside Café and in autumn underwent a face lift, will return to its original form from May 26 so that visitors can enjoy splashing, swimming, and wave-riding again.

The massive waves in the outdoor wave pool offers hours of fun.

Park visitors can experience waves up to 2.4 meters high in the pool measuring 120 by 104 meters while enjoying the atmosphere of an exotic resort beach. About 200 tons of water gushes forth from 10 tanks into the pool’s wave maker, which creates the huge waves for about 40 minutes from the top of each hour.

Beside the outdoor wave pool is a beach where visitors can relax and soak up the sun.
Following the opening of the outdoor wave pool, outdoor thrill attractions such as Tower Boomerang Go, Tower Raft, and Aqua Loop will start operations as well.

Safe fun for all the family

Caribbean Bay also has fun, safe places for young children to play in the water, too. At the outdoor Kiddie Pool, to open on June 10, little ones can enjoy playing on slides and seesaws in shallow water. The lazy river is also good for all the family.

Everland’s lifeguards have been trained in rescue and resuscitation.

Meanwhile, the water used at Caribbean Bay is cleaned and treated at least 10 times each day by a filtration system that can purity the 15,000 tons of water from all the pools and jacuzzis in two hours, with a triple monitoring system to intensively manage water quality standards.

Lifeguards at Caribbean Bay are trained by Ellis & Associates (E&A), a U.S.-based company that provides water safety and rescue consulting services. Only lifeguards who have passed the five-day water safety education program are on duty at Caribbean Bay.

Therefore, in order to beat the summer crowds and enjoy some cool watery fun that is safe and pleasurable for all the family, June is a good time to visit Caribbean Bay.
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