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Tropical Islands AMAZONIA opening in May 2016

AMAZONIA – the new Tropical Islands outdoor leisure area – opens on 1st of May 2016. The all-year-round facility covers an area of more than 35,000 square meters and features 1,350 square meters of water attractions, extensive sunbathing areas for 2,500 guests, sports facilities and food and drink outlets.

Guests can reach AMAZONIA by leaving the Tropical Islands Dome and passing through the Inca Temple Gateway. Here, true adventure awaits in the form of Germany's longest Whitewater River. The jet-stream channel is over 250 meters long and features various branches and slopes with differences of height of up to 3.5 meters, taking guests across the site.

Spa-lovers can relax and unwind in the 530 square meters pool, featuring various water-jet and massage loungers, neck showers, a dowsing shower and a water massage area. Both young and old will enjoy the various water attractions such as geysers, jacuzzi wave bath and floor jet area. While the kids practice their balancing skills on the water obstacle course, the grown-ups can float gently down the Lazy River jet-stream channel.

Another pool is dedicated to those more into sports. The pool has an area of 390 square meters and includes three 25 meters swimming lanes, rocking grottoes, a waterfall, a wide family slide and two rainfall goals – perfect for an energetic game of water polo.

All the pools and the Whitewater River are heated to approximately 31 degrees Celsius.

The special Spray Area has a wide range of fun water games for younger guests. Their parents can unwind in the Relax Pool just next to it while keeping a watchful eye on their offspring.

The outdoor leisure area is set among 7-meter-high sand dunes. There are also sunbathing areas, an adventure playground and a sports area – including a standard competition-size beach soccer field. An additional sports field can be divided up as necessary for games such as beach volleyball.

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Outdoor Area AMAZONIA