The Wild Waves Water Park will be closed for annual maintenance from 17 July - 17 August 2018.
Featuring some of the world’s best and latest rides, the Wild Coast Sun Wild Waves Water Park has an incredible and exciting assortment of water activities to appeal to all ages. Thrill-seekers can enjoy the adrenaline-pumping Aqualoop, Superbowl, the steep Speed Slides or Boomerango and those looking for more relaxed fun can enjoy the leisurely Lazy River and regular Body Slides.
WILD WAVES WATER PARK RIDES
Some of the rides to look forward to at the Wild Waves Water Park include:
Boomeranga – Thrill-seekers will love the sharp plummets, high-banking turns and heart-pounding plunges.
Aqua Loop - the ultimate body slide adventure, taking a near-vertical 17m plunge in a capsule before landing in the splashdown lane.
SuperBowl – get pinned to the wall by powerful water forces.
Speed Slides - the tallest, fastest, steepest and most adrenaline-pumping water-spray experience.
The Lazy River - perfect for all ages, an enjoyable way to relax in the water, beneath the sun.
Kidz Zone - playful, fun and safe interactive water play area.
Holiday Season, Long Weekends and Public Holidays
Wild Coast Sun Hotel Guest
(Under 1.2 metres)
Scholar Special Wednesday - Friday 12h00 - 16h00
Off-peak Hire cost
Peak Hire cost
09h00 – 17h00 Mon - Sun
Closed: Mon - Tue
10h00 – 16h00 Wed - Fri
09h00 – 17h00 Sat, Sun & Public Holidays
PARK MAY CLOSE ON BAD WEATHER DAYS
The Wild Waves Water Park closes for a month between July and August for annual maintenance.
What is the Wild Waves Water Park operating hours?
During peak season, and on Saturdays and Sundays, we open at 9am and close at 5pm daily. During off-peak season we open at 10am and close at 4pm Wednesdays to Fridays and are closed on Mondays and Tuesdays. The Wild Waves Water Park closes for a month between July and August for annual maintenance.
Where are you located?
In the Eastern Cape, 5.5 km south of Port Edward, KwaZulu Natal, across the the Mtamvuna River bridge and the first turning left. You will see a big Wild Coast Sun sign.
Is there an ATM in the Water Park?
No. The nearest ATM is at the main entrance to the casino.
How do I get to the beach from the Water Park?
Follow the tar road around the outside of the Water Park, towards the lagoon.
Where is the horse riding?
It is located behind the Water Park. Follow the tar road towards the lagoon as if going to the beach.
Can we bring food into the Water Park?
No, only water in plastic containers is permitted.
No alcohol allowed.
Where can we get lockers, umbrellas, towels, life jackets and chairs?
You pay for towels, lockers, umbrellas, lifejackets and chairs at the front counters or at the redemption counter. Once you have paid for the item you have rented, you will then collect it at the towel kiosk behind the change rooms. Lockers are situated inside the change rooms.
What attire can we wear on the rides?
Only synthetic costumes or proper swimming attire may be worn on the slides. Cotton T-shirts, denim pants, belts, studded shorts are not allowed as the materials will damage the slides.
Can we use our Sun MVG cards to receive a discount?
Yes. We take Diamond, Platinum and Gold Sun MVG main cards ONLY. The owner of the main card needs to be present on the purchase of the tickets. *Sun MVG Discounts only apply during peak seasons.
Are there any Halaal restaurants in the Water Park?
There is the Wimpy Kiosk in the Water Park.
Can we bring in our own chairs, umbrellas and gazebos?
Is there a pub or an outlet that sells alcohol in the Water Park?
There is an shop that sells a limited number of assorted local beers and ciders, they also sell swim wear.
Can we buy tickets in advance or book on line?
No. Ticket sales work on a “first come first served” basis.
What are the GPS co-ordinates of the Wild Coast Sun?
S31 deg 05’32.5” E30 deg 11’0.34”
Are there refunds due to changes in weather conditions?
No. There are no refunds once tickets are purchased.
Do we pay to come in and use the Wimpy restaurant only?
The Wimpy is a Take Away Kiosk inside the Wild Waves Water Park, you pay the full entrance fee to access the Wimpy and only R20 to access Debonairs and Steers.
Do I need to pay the full price even if I am not going to use the slides or swim?
Yes. The ticket is the admission into the Water Park irrespective if you choose to use the facilities or not. There are no refunds once the tickets have been purchased.
What happens if I purchase my ticket, starting off at the Wimpy before going to use the slides, but never get to go into use the slides, as matters of my own concern have prevented me from doing so? Will I be refunded?
No. Once the ticket has been purchased, there are no refunds for whatever cause.
Wild Waves Water Park
Please take note of the following:
The Wild Waves Water Park for a month between July and August for annual maintenance.
The Wild Waves Water Park may be closed on bad weather days.