A Caribbean waters-themed extension of Everland, the largest and most popular theme park in South Korea expect American amusement park quality thrill rides, extensive Korean spa and herbal soak facilities, and also higher prices. This park has very long hours that make it worth the excursion, but arrive just as they open to avoid long queues!
Caribbean Bay Spa contains various hot spring pools and sauna facilities. Including a Jasmine Tea Spa believed to make women more beautiful, a Lemon Spa to relieve fatigue, and brighten skin, a Jade-crusted sauna is also beneficial for your long-term health, and a Mineral Spa for Muscle soreness. There’s also a salt-laden sauna to help expel toxins from the body and a couple’s foot bath.
Outdoors are running water pools with waterfalls and stone bridgesm a lazy river that allows you to view the whole park from the comfort of your pool, and shallow kiddie-pools perfect for kids and supervising parents to play.
Outdoors you can find several water rides include a steep bobsleigh water races, “Mega Storm”, a surf simulator, a wave pool,
The park understands that all the sun and the fun can get exhausting, so there is also the Relax Room and the Sleeping Room: Take a nap here if you’re tired out after all that fun in the water.
The Relax Room has massage machines and “relax capsules” for adults. Visitors can also receive an aromatherapy massage for an extra fee.
The sleeping room, has about 50 beach chaises and 10 jade beds. Temperatures in the room remain warm and air purifiers provide clean oxygen, making it a comforting and healthy environment for nap. Visitors can also rent large-sized towels here.
Swimsuits and water caps are mandatory inside Caribbean Bay and can be rented from June to August. Safety vests are also a requirement within the wave pool as it generates 8ft (2.4m) waves and frequent collisions happen!
There are many seven different Caribbean Bay-owned restaurants within the park, most of them offering foreign foods such as Burger Bar or Madrid. Korean casual dining such as curry rice and jajangmyeon noodles are available as well.
No outside food or beverage is allowed in the park, but there are 500W Lockers to store your “illegal” Chilsun Ciders and chips in outside the park. Caribbean Bay has a special payment system called “Bay Coins” where you purchase plastic coins at 10,000W, 30,000W, 50,00W, and 100,000W to use for food, services, souvenirs once inside the park. Some say this is handy as you don’t need to be watching out for your waterproof wallet, while others see it as a way of extracting more money…either way the coins can be redeemed anywhere in the park and refunded at the entrance.
All-day pass (Prices may vary by season). Check out their websites for special discounts! If you flew a certain airline or have visited another park you may be eligible for up to 50% off.