You go to my head. Certain Pacific Island cultures employ large, grotesque, carved heads called tikis to mark sacred sites. At Hurricane Harbor our big boys signify high-speed rafting action. Meet Old Shut Eye, Stone Face, and Bright Eyes, the Hurricane Harbor tikis.
Old Shut Eye—395 feet of enclosed tube slide action
Stone Face—385 feet of tortuous twisting turns
Bright Eyes—400 feet of rapid rafting thrills
TIKI FALLS BY THE NUMBERS
|Height Restrictions||min. 48"|
|Ride Category||Thrill (More like this)|
|Length||400 feet on longest slide|