Most Largest Water Parks

Get Wet and Wild with the World’s Largest Water Parks


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Want to escape the cruel bitter winds of winter? If you want something new to spice up your vacation blues, then why don’t you heat things up with the world’s largest water parks around the world!

If there is no better place to beat those stress away then save up for these amazing water parks which are by no means one of the world’s largest!


1.) Aquatica (Florida, USA)

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Aside from the large side by side pool, this water park boasts the Dolphin Plunge which takes passengers on a white knuckle ride through the dolphin filled aquarium. For those adrenalin junkies, one can go through the Omaka Rocka. Their beach is covered with 1,360 tons of soft, white sand and South Seas inspired garden that is home to more than 60,000 species of plants.


2.) Aquaventure Waterpark (Dubai, UAE)

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Aside from many adrenalin rushing water coasters and private beaches, this water park is also home to the Middle East’s longest zip line. It also is home to a 700 meter private beach and the infamous Shark Lagoon.


3.) Area 47 (Innsbruck, Austria)

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This water park is known for the fact that its location is an Alpine lake. Many of its famous amenities include water rides, diving tower, hydro speed slide, high ropes course, bridge swing climbing wall.


4.) Beach Park (Fortaleza, Brazil)

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This water park is home to the infamous ride called Insano which is the world’s tallest and fastest water slide. Another gargantuan ride is the petrifying Kalafrio, a giant half pipe slide. They also have the kid friendly Acqua Show that is equipped with water cannons , water jets and water slide.



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

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This water park boasts four looping water slides, enormous wave pool and hot spring pools.


6.) Siam Park (Tenerife, Spain)

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This Thai themed water park boasts the Tower of Power ride which plunges down a vertical drop before shooting through an aquarium filled with stingrays and sharks.


7.) Tropical Islands (Kraunsick, Germany)

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This water park boasts the largest free standing hall in the world! It can accommodate a total of 6,000 visitors a day and has one of the world’s largest indoor pools. There is also a rainforest with over 50,000 plants, a hotel and a nightclub. One can even go for a balloon ride.


8.) Watercube Park (Beijing, China)

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This water park’s design is particularly from overseas. Many of its highlights include Tornado Ride, Aqualooop slide and the Bulletbowl. One of its attractions includes enormous jellyfish and clouds of bubbles that are suspended from the ceiling.


9.) Waterworld Park (Ayia Napa, Cyprus)

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These Grecian Themed waterpark is known for its Poseidon’s Wave Pool, the River Odyssey and the vertigo inducing Drop to Atlantis which shoots riders out of an enormous Roman temple.



10.) Wet n’ Wild (Florida, USA)

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This water park is reputed to be full of scream fest rides. Children can enjoy a sand castle themed area, a wave pool and a lazy river.


11.) World Waterpark (Alberta, Canada)

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This water park is located in Alberta’s West Edmonton Mall and the world’s second largest indoor water theme park with of course which has the largest indoor wave pool. It has a looping water slide and the infamous Blue Thunder, a bungee jump tower suspended over the wave pool.


12.) Yas Waterworld (Abu Dhabi, UAE)

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This water park has over 43 rides and attractions which include five unique water slides. It boasts the Dawwama, the world’s first hydro magnetic powered water slide and the Bandit Bomber, a 550 feet water coaster. It also has the FlowBarrel surf simulator and the Liwa Loop, the Middle East’s only looping water slide.

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