New safety measures in place to help guests stay safe and have fun
Brought to you by Wet’n’Wild Hawaii
Looking to have some fun this summer and beat the Hawaii heat? You’ll be excited to hear that Wet’n’Wild Hawaii is back open! HI Now hosts Kanoe Gibson and Kainoa Carlson went to check out what’s new and have a whole lot of fun.
The water park is celebrating its 21st anniversary, and to say mahalo to Hawaii residents, you can get discounted admission for the month of June! The discount will be based on the first three numbers of your Hawaii state driver’s license or ID zip code. For example: a 96767 resident can get into the water park for just $9.67!
And to show its appreciation to frontline workers, the water park is naming June “COVID-19 Frontline Appreciation month.” Grocery and drugstore workers, postal workers, first responders, and hospital workers receive free admission throughout the month of June just by showing their work ID at the entry gate. All guests with these valued workers will also be half-off. You can find more information on safe splash guidelines and park hours at wetnwildhawaii.com.
To keep guests safe and having fun, Wet’n’Wild Hawaii has developed a “Safe Splash” rigorous cleaning protocol. In compliance with state requirements for social gatherings, the number of guests admitted each day will be limited to half the water park’s capacity. Additionally, staff will monitor capacity for each attraction and pool as an additional layer to ensure adequate social distancing.
In addition to chlorine, Wet’n’Wild Hawaii has invested in a world-class water management system to ensure safe water for all guests. The system is a broad platform of solutions to monitor water quality 24/7 while using the latest in sanitation and filtration techniques.
Wet’n’Wild Hawaii has a number of fun events planned for the summer, including its Golden Egg hunt on Sunday, June 14, as well as its Dive’n’Movies series. On June 13, you can watch “The Lion King,” and on June 27, the water park will be screening “The Secret Life of Pets 2.” There are plenty more events planned for the summer, so check out Wet’n’Wild Hawaii’s events page and its social media channels for updates.
For more information: wetnwildhawaii.com, or on Facebook and Instagram: @wetnwildhawaii