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Ko’okiri Body Plunge at Universal’s Volcano Bay

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The entrance sign for Ko'okiri Body Plunge reads "The Big Body Plunge."
Ko’okiri’s signage in close-up

What is Ko’okiri Body Plunge?

Ko’okiri Body Plunge is a drop-door body slide that pitches riders down a 70-degree-angle descent for 125 feet of high-speed fun. For the ending, expect one massive splash into the pool at the foot of Krakatau.

Where is Ko’okiri Body Plunge located?

Ko'okiri slide exits into a pool at the foot of Krakatau volcano
Ko’okiri slide exit

In Wave Village, which is in Volcano Bay.

Ko’okiri Body Plunge – height restrictions and other factors

Height requirement is 48 inches; riders must weight under 300 pounds; has Express Pass access.

Ko’okiri Body Plunge – what you wish you knew before you experienced it

Swimmers watch the end of the slide as riders rush out of Ko'okiri Body Plunge
The final stretch of Ko’okiri Body Plunge

Since only one rider drops at a time, Ko’okiri typically has the longest wait time of all the attractions at Volcano Bay.

How scary is Ko’okiri Body Plunge?

A warning sign prominently displayed outside Ko'okiri Body Plunge

The fact that Ko’okiri is located at the top of a volcano isn’t even the scariest part… it’s the nearly vertical drop! That’s why we give it five out of five Waturi water gods in terms of fear factor.

Ko’okiri Body Plunge – OI fun fact

The backstory for Ko’okiri has the Waturi people, the denizens of Volcano Bay, paying homage to the volcano god Vol.

Ko’okiri Body Plunge – photo gallery

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