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Honu ika Moana at Universal’s Volcano Bay

Location
River Village

Restrictions and access
Honu: 48 inches; two to five riders; 700 pounds combined weight; has Express Pass access.
Ika Moana: 42 inches to ride; must be 49 inches to ride alone; two to five riders; 800 pounds combined weight; has Express Pass access.

Honu ika Moana at Universal's Volcano Bay
Honu ika Moana at Universal’s Volcano Bay

Two-sentence insider summary
Honu: ride the underwater currents on a sea turtle, just like the ancient Waturi people used to. This multi-person animal raft speeds up two massive walls, through ocean mists, and down into “sparkling” pools.

Honu ika Moana logo at Universal's Volcano Bay
Honu ika Moana logo at Universal’s Volcano Bay

Ika Moana: ride the ocean waves on a whale, just like the ancient Waturi people used to. This multi-person animal raft sprays water on its passengers from its center – made to look like the whale’s blowhole – while it twists and turns along the waterway.

Fear factor
Honu: 5 out of 5. While over quickly, the walls can be quite terrifying.

Ika Moana: 2 out of 5. While it is tall, it is a relatively calm slide.

What you wish you knew before you experienced it
Honu (sea turtle) is a blue slide; ika Moana (whale) is a green slide. Many assume the colors would be opposite.

OI fun fact
Both Honu and ika Moana are characters from Waturi mythology – a friendly sea turtle and whale, respectively.

Honu ika Moana – photo gallery

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