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With imagination and innovation Caribbean vacationers can only discover at Atlantis Paradise Island, the 120-foot tall Power Tower slides deliver sensory thrills unlike any other. Resort guests can take on The Abyss, a 200-foot body-slide that will send you plunging 50-feet into a lagoon. Try out The Drop, dare The Falls or dive into The Surge, a waterslide roller coaster of twists and turns. From the iconic Mayan Temple to the ominous Power Tower to the playful Splashers Island, Aquaventure boasts more than 18 thrilling water slides for kids of all ages.

WaterSlides LeapofFaith


The Leap of Faith slide offers a daring and adventurous 60-foot almost-vertical drop from the top of the world-famous and iconic Mayan Temple. The body slide propels riders at a tremendous speed through a clear acrylic tunnel submerged in a shark-filled lagoon.

WaterSlides ChallengerSlides


Challenge a friend to a high-speed splashdown! Guests can race each other down the twin high-speed Challenger Slides of the Mayan Temple, and then check their speeds on the time clocks at the bottom to see who won!

WaterSlides TheAbyss


Beginning with a staggering 50-foot near vertical drop through complete darkness within the Power Tower, this thrilling 200-foot-long body slide ends as guests splash through waterfalls and into The Cenote - an underground lair of prehistoric alligator gars and fish.

WaterSlides TheSurge


Starting at the top level of the 121-foot Power Tower, this inner tube ride features a camel back drop into a cavern, then quickly twists and turns downwards into white-water rapids caused by a flash flood.

WaterSlides TheDrop


Commencing from inside the Power Tower, this single or double inner-tube rides begins with an ominous “drop” through darkness in an enclosed tube. Riders then encounter the open-air twists and turns of this thrilling water slide before splashing down into The Current.

WaterSlides SerpentSlide


On the five-story corkscrew Serpent Slide, guests travel on a tube at high speeds through the darkness of the Mayan Temple's core. The twisting and turning ride culminates with a leisurely pass through a clear acrylic tunnel submerged in a shark-filled lagoon.

WaterSlides TheFalls


Accessible from the river by means of a conveyor belt that lifts riders into the Power Tower while still seated in your inner-tube, the slide then drops riders 58 feet to ground level before propelling them through a water roller coaster of twisting tubes.

WaterSlides JungleSlide


Kids can take a thrilling safari slide through exotic jungles and caves built into the heart of the Mayan Temple.

WaterSlides Splashers


Designed with the youngest in mind, Splashers is an elaborate Mayan-themed kids pool and water playground featuring three tube slides, a side-by-side slide, cargo nets and rope bridges for climbing, water cannons, fountains and water. With a max. depth of 3 ft., parents need not worry about keeping pool areas off limits.



As of March 1, 2015, access to Atlantis, Paradise Island’s Aquaventure and other resort facilities will be restricted in order to enhance our guest experience.  Atlantis day passes including Aquaventure, the resort’s 141-acre water park, will be exclusive to guests of Atlantis, its affiliated partners, and residents of The Bahamas. Atlantis resort guests will continue to receive complimentary access to Aquaventure while day pass offerings will only be available for purchase through Atlantis’ specific partners and to local residents. Individuals under 18 years old must be accompanied by an Adult 18 years or older.