If, for some reason, your summer isn't complete without plummeting at high speeds down a stupidly tall waterslide, then look no further than the terrifyingly tall thrill tube known as the Ko’okiri Body Plunge. The record-breaking waterslide is the main attraction at Universal Orlando's new Volcano Bay waterpark and it'll drop you 125ft at a staggering 70-degree angle. Or, you know, almost straight down.
Not only is the Ko'okiri Body Plunge the tallest trap-door body plunge waterslide in America, Universal said it's also the first water slide in the world that shoots riders right through a swimming pool filled with other guests at the park. The giant slide actually shares its record height with two intertwining sister slides, the Kala and Ta Nui Serpentine Body Slides, which drop you from the same 125ft-high platform as the Ko'okiri Body Plunge, according to a report by USA Today. All three slides snake down Krakatau, a 200ft "volcano" and massive waterfall at the center of the Polynesian-themed water park.