Water Parks in the World
Seven billion and still counting that is the population of the world today. Some fortunate ones of us stand lucky to live life in the charm of some of the world’s best beaches. While some others found themselves lucky to paddle out for a ride or two on the tallest waves. But what about those who do not live close to beaches either and are not as lucky to paddle out for a ride on the greatest waves on a whim. For all such people who delight the joy of having watery pleasure but live further inland, the world’s best water parks are a huge savior. Check out our theme parks guide to learn about the

best water parks in the world

, you must visit at least once in your lifetime.

1. Aquatica (Orlando, Florida)

Aquatica Orlando

This one is definitely for the brave and adventurous masses out there. The team behind Aquatica found that one gigantic wave pool was not simply enough, and so they proposed building up the second enormous wave pool, side by side. Besides, the Dolphin Plunge water slide offers a brave ride to the passengers through a dolphin filled aquarium on the Omaka Rocka blast plunging and blasting through a series of funnels, tubes, and smoke. The special feature of the water park is the white sandy beach, enveloped with 1360 tons of sand. Another beautiful feature of the water park is the gardens inspired by South Seas, which contain around 60,000 floral species.

2. Aquaventure Water Park (Dubai, UAE)

Aquaventure Water Park Dubai

Credits: atlantisthepalm

The Aquaventure water park within the five-star resort, Atlantis, The Palm, in Dubai, is home to the world’s widest water slide, the longest river ride of around 2.3 kilometers, and the longest zip line since 2013. This water park in Dubai also has thrilling water coasters, Shark Lagoon, and a 700-meters private beach. The lagoon offers its visitors to feed rays. With Aquaventure, Dubai has added gem in its cap. If you have a Dubai trip on the cards, don’t miss visiting this Atlantis Water Park.

3. Area 47(Innsbruck, Austria)

area 47 innsbruck austria

Credits: AREA47

This outdoor water park is located on the Alpine lake which remains open from April to September end. The amazing features of this water park are the water rides, diving tower, and a hydro-speed slide. Then the high-ropes course, bridge swing and climbing wall on the dry land make the water park a wanting travel location. It is treated for thrill and adventure lovers and some of its rides are absolutely not for the faint-hearted.

4. Beach Park(Fortaleza, Brazil)

Beach Park Brazil

Beach Park, located in Rua Porto das Dunas, Fortaleza, Brazil offers visitors some of the most vibrant and exotic rides. One of the renowned rides of Beach Park is Insano; the special feature of the ride is that it is ranked as the world’s fastest and tallest water slide. Giving you Goosebumps is another petrifying water slide Kalafrio, giant half-pipe slide. To pump up your adrenalin are the big top themed play area or the aqua show, with water cannons, kids water slides, and coordinated water jets.

5. Caribbean Bay (Gyeonggi-do, South Korea)

Caribbean Bay in South Korea

The Caribbean Bay is located in South Korea and has enticing traditional beauty such as hot spring pools along with some exotic and most striking water slides. Visitors can address their fatigue by relaxing in the sleeping rooms, which have pure air and beds carved from the energy-boosting jade. Some of the visitors especially come here to relax in these sleeping rooms.

6. Siam Park (Tenerife, Spain)

siam park spain, Europe

Located in Autopista Tenerife Spain, Siam Park is a Thai themed water park. Situated on the island of Tenerife, Tower of Power (27 meters) is the most spectacular water ride in the park. The riders plunge down a vertical drop before shooting through an aquarium filled with stingrays and sharks. Another add on feature of the park is the lazy river and surfing lessons on the wave pool which make the environment even more sedative.

7. Tropical Islands (Krausnick, Germany)

Tropical Islands Germany

Located at Krausnick, Brandenburg Germany, this indoor water park is housed inside one of the largest, standing halls of the world. Originally built as a Hangar for dirigibles, this indoor water park is renowned worldwide. With an accommodation facility of up to 6000 visitors a day, the Tropical Islands is certainly one of the world’s largest indoor pools measuring around 200 meters (656 feet) in length.

8. Watercube Water park (Beijing, China)

Watercube Water park Beijing in China

Located in Beijing China, the Watercube Water Park offers some of the biggest wild rides. The broad highlights of the park include funnel-shaped Tornado ride, Aqualoop slide, and Bullet bowl, where riders shoot down an attached slide into a large bowl. All the rides of Watercube Water Park were designed overseas, before being shipped in. The huge jellyfish and bubble clouds suspended from the ceilings of the rides should be tackled while enjoying the ride.

9. Water World Water Park (Ayia Napa, Cyprus)

Water World Water Park Cyprus

Build upon the Grecian theme, this water park has got a lot of pillars and Trojan horse-shaped tall raised monuments. Located in scenic Cyprus, the park has majestic surroundings. The add-on of the park is Poseidon’s Wave pool, along with geysers and shipwrecks. Then the lazy river Odyssey has got breaking stone pillars and vertigo- reminding Drop to Atlantis shoots riders out of a massive Roman Temple.

10. Wet and Wild (Orlando, Florida)

Wet and Wild Orlando, Florida

Credits: universalorlando

The tagline of the water park goes as “Visitors are spoiled for choice” at Wet ‘n Wild, and is absolutely true. It is one of the best theme parks in the world. The theme of this water park is sandcastle, which fancies children the most. Disco H20 is one of the most popular rides, the passengers of this ride float along to a soundtrack of seventies hits along with disco balls and blinking lights.

Water parks are in abundance in the world, however, only a few can be termed as outstanding. These outstanding parks should definitely be on the bucket list of every traveler looking for an ideal combination of fun, thrill, and enjoyment.

Young and Brilliant, Rajkumar Gaikwad is a marketing head by profession and an enthusiastic traveler driven by passion for trekking and adventure. He believes that the best product in the market sells like hot cakes.

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