Family on Beach at Castaway Cay; ship in background, sisters holding hands
  • On May 2, 2024
    Danielle from MI Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    Can you take a 2 year old to the N25 excursion to Atlantis waterpark? When I looked at it to book, it won't let me select her name and lists 4 as the youngest age. Is she just free or is she not allowed to do that one? Thanks!

    Hi there, Danielle!

    Booking Port Adventures is so exciting, but I'm sorry for the confusion! Let's see if we can navigate through these rough waters, shall we?

    The Atlantis Aquaventure Port Adventure (say that five times fast!) is currently open to all ages. Hooray! Because children ages 0 to 3 are not charged for this excursion you won't be able to select them in the booking menu. But don't worry, your little princess is more than welcome! Guests need to be 48" tall for the water slides, but there are plenty of places for your youngest to flip her little fins and have fun. 

    I do have some tips for this particular Port Adventure. First, there's a short walk to and from the spot where you'll be picked up. Make sure everyone in your group has good walking shoes for that part! I also recommend bringing plenty of sunscreen, hats, and bottled water. You might also want some cash for gratuities and a credit card to purchase snacks or souvenirs at the resort.

    I have two secret weapons that I keep in my beach bag on cruises: waterproof bandages and pain reliever for everyone (chewable for the kiddos). Those things have saved us more than once! My kids are also much braver at waterparks with goggles, so that's something to consider as well. The waterpark does have life vests available, so that's one thing you don't have to carry around. Whew!

    There's a special spot on the ship just for your tiny sailor: "it's a small world" Nursery! Designed especially for little ones, having a reservation here lets the rest of your party enjoy other activities while your little princess plays or naps. It's such a great option, especially if you're planning to enjoy an adults-only area like Palo

    Planning a family adventure is so much fun, Danielle! Please sail on back if you have more questions!

    Keep moving forward!


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