An all-new family waterslide rocks into Aquatica in Orlando with unique thrills including high-speed tubes and half-pipe funnels that’ll have riders splashing and sliding frontward and backward and climbing the walls.

The first waterslide of its kind in the world, Omaka Rocka opens this spring.

What makes Omaka Rocka next year’s can’t-miss waterpark ride in Orlando?  Riders speed down flumes into massive funnels, sliding high up one side and then the other, rocking back and forth, feeling a sensation of near weightlessness.

Coming out of the funnel, they’ll skim into a drenching splashdown and then find themselves wanting to do it all over again.

Omaka Rocka is a waterslide taste of half-pipe, near-vertical thrills previously experienced only by daring skateboarders and snowboarders.

Aquatica is a one-of-a-kind waterpark that could only come from SeaWorld. Inspired by a whimsical take on the South Seas, Aquatica immerses guests in the playfulness of the sea, taking them in, over and under the water with the world’s most unique water rides and animal encounters. Aquatica mixes animal experiences, waters from serene to extreme, high speed waterslide thrills and wide, sandy beaches to create a day of non-stop fun.

While you’re there take advantage of their new offer of “Buy a 3-night/3-day package along with a combo ticket and get 2 additional nights FREE” including unlimited admission to your choice of two of their amazing parks during your stay! Choose from SeaWorld and Aquatica or SeaWorld and Busch Gardens.

Packages are available most nights through September 6, 2010. Packages start at $690 for a family of four – that’s like paying just $35 per night per person – which means getting connecting rooms are some hotels would be great. But hurry – you must book by March 31, 2010 to get this exciting offer.

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