Top Water Parks to Visit in Winter

November 8, 2012

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As we approach the winter months, many parts of the world are still blazing away at temperatures that make you want to cast off your woolly jumper and strip down to your bathers. So why not do just that and catch some winter sun at one of our top Water Parks!

Siam Park – Tenerife

This Thai-inspired water park is Europe’s biggest aquatic theme park. Where else can you plunge down a near-vertical drop, experience the sensation of zero-gravity and float dreamily down a lazy river all in one day? Even if you’re not a swimmer, there’s something for everyone at Siam Park.

Aqualand Maspalomas – Gran Canaria

This is the biggest water park in the Canary Islands with more than 30 waterslides! Perfect for a day of fun in the sun, Aqualand has plenty to keep the whole family entertained. There are fast and furious rides for thrill seekers, fun for the little ones and plenty of areas to relax and take some time out.

Wet ‘n Wild Orlando

There’s never a dull moment at Orlando’s most exciting water park, where you can enjoy 30 acres of slides, flumes and more themed, multi-person thrill rides than any other park in the area. There’s also plenty of more laid-back fun, relaxation and a special play area just for the little ones!

Aqualand Costa Adeje – Tenerife

The only Water Park and Dolphinarium in the Canary Islands promises you a day of splashingly great fun, with pulse-racing waterslides, fun for the little ones and relaxation areas to chill out and watch the world go by. You can also enjoy spectacular dolphin shows every day in the dolphinarium.

Forget all about the winter weather and get ready to make a splash at one of these sun-soaked, fun-filled water parks!

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Farrah Hedwat

Farrah is AttractionTix’s resident Copywriter. A city girl at heart, her best-loved travel moments are exploring new cities across the world like Barcelona or Los Angeles. Farrah’s favourite things are eating, sleeping, shopping and animals (but mostly animals). Her pet hates are bad grammar and other writing-based “offences”.

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