PHOTOS: New Jurassic World Volcano Tiki Cup Available from Isla Nu-Bar at Universal Studios Hollywood

Annie Wilson

Jurassic World volcano tiki cup

PHOTOS: New Jurassic World Volcano Tiki Cup Available from Isla Nu-Bar at Universal Studios Hollywood

There’s nothing better than hitting up Isla Nu-Bar after cruising through Jurassic World the Ride. Now, your visit to Isla Nu-Bar can be even more memorable with the new Jurassic World volcano tiki cup.

Isla Nu-Bar

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Isla Nu-Bar is located on the Lower Lot of Universal Studios Hollywood in the Jurassic World section of the park. The bar offers mixed drinks and frozen drinks, and guests can choose which type of cup they would like them served in.

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There are a few different options, including an etched raptor tiki cup or a tiki god cup. The etched raptor cup is very popular and is also available at Universal Orlando from the Watering Hole.

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Jurassic World Volcano Tiki Cup – $40

Jurassic World volcano tiki cup

The volcano mug is beautiful and very colorful compared to the other options. Behind the dinosaurs, lava erupts from the top and flows down the sides of the volcano.

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Among the leaves at the bottom, “Universal Studios” is boldly written in black and white.

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Black silhouettes of different dinosaurs can be found around the sides. The Jurassic World volcano tiki cup comes with your choice of alcoholic drink is $40, but there is no option to just purchase it without the alcoholic drink. You’ll want to note that you must be 21 to purchase this souvenir mug because it contains alcohol.

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At this time, we’ve only spotted this new tiki mug from Universal Studios Hollywood, so you’ll have to take a trip to Jurassic World if you want to add this to your collection.

For those who aren’t fans of liquor, we would suggest the Jurassic World Isla Nublar IPA.

Be sure to stay tuned to Universal Parks News Today for all the latest updates, and let us know in the comments if you will be purchasing this Universal Studios Jurassic World volcano tiki cup.

Jurassic World: The Ride

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Jurassic World: The Ride opened on May 12, 2019, with an updated finale added in 2021.

You can watch a full POV above, or keep reading for a description of the ride.

In the new version of the ride, we’re taken up a lift hill before being introduced to the first exhibit — the Mosasaurus, who is shown on screens and whose animation changes depending on the weather and time of day. He manages to break the glass a bit while trying to get at guests, but we move forward safely to the next area.

Sailing behind a waterfall and a small cave, we emerge in the Stegosaurus area, where a new baby has just been born. A playful Parasaur pops out of the water to spray guests from his nose, but just as we prepare to enter Predator Cove, things go awry.

“We show multiple systems failing!” says the radio. Trees rustle as the cries of dinos fill the trees. We pass the cage for Indominus Rex, whose doors have been busted open. A couple of small dinos wrestle over a hat while one of the Gyrospheres from the film lies wrecked nearby.

Claire Dearing comes on a screen nearby to inform us that assets are out of containment, but help is on the way, just as we sail into the Tyrannosaurus Rex area. Owen Grady comes over the radio as well to inform us Asset Control Units are on the way. As we begin our ascent up a lift hill, we see Indominus Rex peering through a hole in the wall at riders. Owen comes over screens on the lift hill, assuring us that we should not panic and stay in the boat to avoid setting off the dinosaurs. But it might be too late, as a Velociraptor bursts from the ceiling, having chewed up wires to get at guests.

Dilphosaurus arrives on schedule to try and spit “venom” (water) on guests, while a gigantic Indominus Rex attempts to grab guests from above. Blue the Velociraptor tries to guide guests toward an exit, but the Indominus has beat us to it, with a massive walking animatronic appearing to finally bring guests to their doom. Just when it couldn’t get any worse, the T-Rex appears ahead, lunging toward riders as they plunge down the 85 foot drop to the massive, climactic splash.

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