Jurassic World Velocicoaster – Everything You Need To Know

Jurassic World Velocicoaster is Universal’s Islands Of Adventures’ newest roller coaster and is a perfect blend of thrills and sheer terror.

Even though this Universal Orlando roller coaster ride goes upside-down, the seats come with a lap bar, not an overhead restraint like other roller coasters with inversions.

This means your body is free to fly around as it twists and turns through the track. The Velocicaoster is intense, but that’s what makes it great!

Where Is Velocicoaster Located?

It sits neatly right in front of the Jurassic Park visitors center and some portions of the track cover the area where the Triceratops Encounter used to be located.

The Story Of Velocicoaster

You’ll get an up-close look at the velociraptors from the movies, Blue, Delta, Charlie, and Echo.

While Clair Dearing (played by Bryce Dallas Howard), head of park operations, assures guests that the roller coaster is safe, Owen Grady (Chris Pratt) warns visitors that they’ll be lucky to come back in one piece…

How Big Is The Drop?

The highest drop is 140 ft. For comparison, Hollywood Rip Ride Rockit’s highest drop is 167 ft.

So it’s not small… What makes it more thrilling (or more scary, depending on who you ask) is that it’s at an 80-degree angle. This is also the most intense air-time moment on the roller coaster. You go absolutely flying!

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