layout is where a lot of the similarities end. Some were evident
even before departing the station. Obviously it's green, not yellow,
this one also has a seat belt as well as the lap bar, which could be
a problem for larger visitors, as the belt didn't offer that much
extra room. Another nice bonus was the operator announced we'd
2 laps of the track, which I've never seen done at Adventure Island,
even on a quiet day.
The big difference came though upon riding it. For a family
in a compact area it has a complex layout with a lot of twists and
turns. It takes these with a lot more energy than I've experienced
at Adventure Island, meaning the sensation of speed is much higher,
making it a more exciting ride.
It seems a bit redundant to say the park's only roller coaster
should be on your to do list when visiting, the good news though
this is a good family roller coaster that doesn't disapoint.