Last May 10, Seven Seas Waterpark and Resort, located in Barra, Opol, welcomed us CDO Bloggers in their place for our Summer General Membership Meeting 2019.
It is my first time to be in the waterpark though I heard about it A LOT since it opened from both social media and words of mouth from my friends. That is why I am so happy to join our GMM and also take part in the activities set for us in Seven Seas Waterpark.
We toured around the place before trying their major rides. They have 24 attractions. I have taken lots of pictures when I visited but because of some restrictions, I do not have complete photos but I will provide ideas as much as I can. These attractions are as follows:
Seven Seas features 3 Dutch shipwrecks: RJINSBURG, AMBOINA and BRUINVIS. The waterpark also tells a forgotten chapter of Philippine History and relives it through replica of these shipwrecks which can be traced back in Jakarta, Indonesia. That is why this place is also open for a field trip where students and teachers can revisit and discuss this particular part of the History. (You may visit this published Mindanao Daily News article by Sir Mike Banos to read and review the story: Page 1 and Page 2)
Mighty Maui River
Fuerte de San Agustin
Moby Dick Whale
My favorite ride and most picturesque element in Seven Seas, the Cyclone.
Vortex Wave Pool, a part of Bucaneer Bay
Tsunami Wave Pool, a part of Bucaneer Bay
Treasure Island. Somewhere here, a kiddie pool will be built.
Part of replica of wreck of the VOC fluyt AMBOINA
In the Shipwreck Island, featuring the BRUINVIS shipwreck, which was snapped into two as told in the History. There is another shipwreck, the RJINSBURG but I sadly missed to take a photo. Later, in my vlog, I will show it.
Park ticket prices depend on the kind of day you will be visiting. For weekdays, specifically Monday to Thursday (Yes, no Friday), tickets for adults are sold at Php 799.00 per person, while for kids below 121cm or 4 feet, they are charged at Php 499.99, while below 91cm or 3 ft., their entrance are free. Seven Seas also provide discounts for Senior and PWD, which cost Php639.00 per person.
During weekends, rates are quite high for it is when there is big influx of people. During these weekends (specifically Friday to Sunday, and then holidays), regular adult cost Php 999.00. For kids below 121cm or 4 feet, they can avail a rate at Php 599.00. Senior and PWD also cost Php 799.00.
Seven Seas Waterpark also announced their Cabana Rates. For Beach Gazebo which can cater 12 people, it costs Php 900.00. Privateer fits up to 10 pirates and could be availed at Php 700.00. They also have this Islander Huts, and it fits up to 6-8 pirates.
For this kind of recreational place, it is also important for checking the dress code. Wearing cotton, jeans, jacket, long skirt, diapers, buttons/zippers, underwear and snorkel gear. Tourists may wear rashguards and swimming shorts, bikini, full body wet suit, dri-fit shirt, swimming shorts.
Seven Seas Waterpark and Resort also accommodate different kinds of functions, with their menu packages and venue rental services. The rental rate is Php3,000.00 charge per four hours, and Php6,000.00 for eight hours.
Their Swashbucklers Hut can accommodate 30 to 50 pax, while their Clubhouse (Ahoy) can accommodate minimum of 150 to 200 persons, for entire area. However, it has two sides: Side 1 – fronting the Wave Pool and other Side 2, fronting the Kid’s Hideout. Both can accommodate minimum of 50 to 100 persons for smaller gatherings.
They also have events tent, which whole area can provide a function of 300 to 1,000 pax (whole area) and 300 to 800 pax, if a stage is required.
Their amenities include free exclusive use of the area for 4 to 8 hours (8:00am to 5:00pm only). Succeeding hour will be charged at Php 1,000.00 per hour. The usage also come with portable speaker with microphones.
In the coming months, visitors can expect more from their recreational services. Bigger pool especially for kids will be soon be open and Seven Seas Waterpark is also set to introduce their exciting night operations. These will surely attract more costumers, which prove further of it as one of the largest and most beautiful themed waterpark in the country. Cool, isn’t it? I am so inspired about how its CEO, Engr. Elpidio Paras and his team strategized its developments, saying, “We have to dream as everything starts with a dream.” Wow! Like who knows, they will build beautiful themed hotel same as Resorts World Sentosa, side by side Universal Studios Singapore? Personally, I am so excited what Seven Seas will reveal in the future.
For more updates, you may follow Seven Seas Waterpark and Resort through their official social media pages. They can also be reached thru: E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org and Mobile: 0917 677 7678 or 0917 777 6795.