The best water parks in the world
When the heat starts, tourists look for alternatives to the beaches looking for added fun. We find this in water parks that are usually also close to the sea.
In this post we will discover some of the most impressive water parks in the world.
Water Cube, Beijing
On the occasion of the Olympic Games in Beijing, one of the best water parks in the world was built in 2010. It is housed inside the swimming sports pavilion, and has an area of 77,000 m2 with a capacity of 6,000 people. It represents a fantasy underwater world with decorations of giant jellyfish and bubbles.
Tropical Islands Resort, Germany
Located in Bradenburg, in the heart of Germany, is another of the largest indoor water parks in the world. Built in a giant air hangar, it has an area of approximately 66,000 m2 and a capacity of 8,000 visitors. The indoor pool it houses is the largest in the world. It has a beach, a hotel and a nightclub. Its 50,000 plants make this place a covered tropical environment that will leave you speechless.
Calypso Water Park, Canadá
We located in Canada, the water park considered in 2010 the best water park in the world. With an area of 40 hectares and capacity for 2,000 people, it has the largest wave pool in the country, as well as the highest slide in all of North America.
Inside the Hotel Atlantis, we find the water park known for the speed of its slides, with the widest slide in the world. It has the peculiarity that its slides go through an aquarium, so while you descend at high speed you can even see sharks or manta rays.
Beach Park, Brazil
If you want strong emotions, you cannot miss out on visiting one of the most well-known and important water parks. Its relevance is due to the fact that it has a slide that, with 41 meters, becomes the highest and fastest in the world, reaching a speed of 104 kilometers per hour.
Blizzard Beach, USA
One of the best water parks in the world is Blizzard Beach, located at the Walt Disney World Resort. In this park, the little ones have special importance since their slides, suitable for their age, are surrounded by the great stars of the park. For the most daring, it has its most popular attraction “Summit Plumet” which is an almost vertical structure with a height of 36 meters.
Wet’s Wild Water World, Australia
The largest water park on this continent, opens its doors throughout the year. Among its star attractions, it has a giant funnel slide in which four people launch. and a slide of enormous proportions and in the shape of a spiral, in which the visitors throw him in the dark until he falls into the water.
Siam Park, Spain
In the town of Adeje belonging to the fortunate islands of Tenerife, Canary Islands, is this park considered one of the best water parks in the world. With an area of 185,000 m2 and its oriental aesthetics, it attracts many visitors every year. Its most famous attraction “Tower of Power” has a vertical drop of 28 meters that immerses visitors under an aquarium full of fish. Its wave pool achieves a vertical wave of almost 3 meters high, being the largest artificial wave in the world.
You no longer have reasons not to visit any of these water parks, because when you do, your adrenaline will most likely skyrocket. Enjoy to the fullest with this aquatic adventure!