We have come to our 30th written update and 16th video update on Volcano Bay and we are now within a month of opening:
A few day before this update was taken we noticed one of the shuttle buses parked near the shuttle drop off area. We love the design on these!
In that same area we now see three structures rising, likely for loading and unloading areas of the stop:
Over at the entrance, work continues on the newest structure and we notice some new themeing under the main entrance building:
Some of the newest buildings inside the park continue to develop into nice shade structures. What they will be beyond that is still a mystery to us:
Beyond that we can see that the first cabanas to be built have gained some color:
The cabanas over by the water coaster and kids area have risen very quickly:
While were on the subject of cabanas, Universal recently released the prices on cabana rentals as well as other add-ons. As a reminder you can check out ticket prices that we were first to share in our previous post. Below are details taken from Universal’s add-ons site for Volcano Bay:
Over near the wave pool a sure sign that were getting closer has arrived. Look closely through the trees and we can see blue loungers and green colored chairs all piled up and ready to go!
At the Ohno and Ohya body slides, work is still in progress:
Over at the centerpiece, Krakatau Mountain a lot more stairs are still being worked on as well:
While the backside remains open these newer constructed stairs seem to dive into the side of the mountain for a nicer look:
We also still see workers on the main capsule platform daily:
Over by Krakatau Aqua Coaster we see a gate has been installed indicating a non guest area. This is just another piece of getting the park guest ready:
Closing out our update as we did the last week with a cute piece of theming, over by the water coaster with this guy. This gator looks really cool and adds yet another small detail to a great waterpark!
For more on Volcano Bay be sure to check out our previous updates to see what once was on the construction site. Hard to believe this was once Krakatau Mountain
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