All the best features of our planet's tropical zones are brought together at the Tropical Islands resort, which is open all year round regardless of weather conditions. These include the world' biggest indoor rain forest, the "Tropical Sea" bathing area and the "Lagoon", as well as a tropical village featuring typical architecture from Malaysia (Borneo), Indonesia (Bali) and Thailand.
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Tropical Islands offers many attractions including Germany's highest water slide tower, the outdoor area Tropical Islands AMAZONIA which is open all year round, and a tropical sauna and spa complex. In 2018 a new water playground was added. The "Jungle Splash" features eight different slides spanning 332 metres of slippery fun.
Guests who would like to stay a little longer can choose from a variety of accommodation. Approximately 200 rooms and lodges with around 540 beds are located in the Dome, right in the middle of the tropical landscape. Some 140 tents with another 390 beds are located in the Rain Forest and the Sunset Camp. Outside the Dome there's the Tropical Islands Campsite, the Mobile Homes Park and numerous facilities for leisure activities.
Who runs Tropical Islands?
In January 2019 Tropical Islands became part of the Spanish group Parques Reunidos. Founded in 1993, the company operates water parks, zoos and amusement parks. With more than 60 parks worldwide, 30 of which are located in Europe, Parques Reunidos is one of the biggest investors in the theme and amusement park sector. According to its own figures this "big player" welcomes 19.6 million visitors to its leisure facilities every year and generates approximately 579 million euros in turnover.