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WaterWorld Waterpark
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Ranked #10 of 84 things to do in Ayia Napa
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Owner description: WaterWorld Themed WaterPark is an Ancient Greek Themed Waterpark located in Ayia Napa, Cyprus. It is one of the biggest themed water parks in Europe and it has more than 25 rides and attractions. The park operates a large selection of rides and attractions, food outlets, souvenir shops and other facilities. It has a long-standing reputation as Cyprus’s Number one Tourist Attraction and is frequently featured in the national media and international media. Operational since 1996, WaterWorld has been pronounced as one of the 12 best water parks in the world by CNN. The step-back in time look takes you into an ancient Greek mythological world, with an array of fountains, geezers, statues and columns! Location WaterWorld themed WaterPark is located on 18 Agia Thekla Road. Visible from the highway approximately 2km from the centre of Ayia Napa and 45 kilometers from Larnaca International Airport. The park is accessible from anywhere in Ayia Napa and Protaras via bus No 102. Public transport is also available from Larnaca via bus No 711. History The themed waterpark opened its doors for the first time in 1996. Since then it has become one of the most visited places in Cyprus with over four million visitors to date. The park is a member of the (World Waterpark Association) WWA and the (International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions) IAAPA. International Recongnition In 2015, WaterWorld Themed Waterpark picked up the Travelers’ Choice Award from Trip Advisor for three consecutive years. The water park was also featured on CNN Travel in 2013 as one of the 12 best water parks in the world and was recommended by Mirror Online in 2012 as one of the best water parks to visit. WaterWorld WaterPark has received 25 international awards from the World Waterpark Association, the European Waterpark Association and the International Association of Amusement Parks & Attractions for innovation and marketing. In 2004 WaterWorld Water park was the first company in Cyprus to be awarded these four certificates of competence in recognition of its high standards and has retained these certificates annually to date, namely: ISO 900:2008 QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM ISO 14001:2004 ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM OHSAS 1800:2007 OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY MANAGEMENT ISO 22000:2005 FOOD SAFETY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM Rides and Attractions WaterWorld Themed WaterPark has more than 25 rides and attractions. Aphrodith's Baths: An adults only pool with relaxing jets and bubble benches. Apollo's Plunge: An open flumed family slide suitable for all ages. Up to three riders twist and turn on a huge raft with a big splash into the pool below. Aeolos Whirlpool: A body slide that will propel you along a serpentine slide until you suddenly reach the global flume which will send you spinning round and round until you land in the pool below. Atlantis Activity Pool: On this attraction one has to battle their way across water pads and rolling logs, without falling down into the swimming pool; separate zones for adults and children. Chariot Chase: Try this four man race and see who is the fastest down the 70 meter long multi-slide. Danaides Waterworks: Children's Playground with various attractions, tipping buckets, geezers, water guns and games. Drop To Atlantis: This is the only slide of its kind in the world. Experience the sound and light effects inside the 3 man bullet which sends you speeding down the slide encountering the various drops and turns before splashing in the pool below. Minotaur's Labyrinth (The Big Wet Bubble): Consists of a large play splash pool for kids. The children have to climb their way up the wet and slippery bubble but once they reach the top they can slide right back down again. Pegasus Pool: The pool is with zero depth entry which makes it perfect for small children to play when accompanied by parents. Phaeton's Flume: Transparent body slide for one person. Poseidon's Wave Pool: The biggest wave pool in Europe stretches over an incredible 3000 square meters. The wave is activated every hour, listen out for the siren signal. River Odyssey: Enjoy the pure indulgence of relaxation as you float around the laziest attraction in the park, the long, winding lazy river and encounter Cyclops the one eyed monster and the monster of Silla. Serpentine Slides: Consists of three slides. Titan: A two person raft ride winding through a dark covered tube. Medusa: Is a single person raft ride again through a covered dark slide. Hydra: Is a single person body slide preferably enjoyed hands back and laying down. The fall of Icarus: The world’s first Boomerango slide sends you down the steep hair-raising slide before sending you back up towards the sun in a two person bullet tube. The Quest of Heracles: Two intertwining extreme body slides that shoot you down at high speeds as you simultaneously race exiting the snakes’ head at the bottom. Trojan Adventure: Multi-level interactive playground area for children, featuring small slides, water pistols, and several other games. Zephyr's Breeze Zeus Kamikaze Slides (Thunderbolt and Lighting): Located side by side, Thunderbolt contains sharp twists and a steep drop. The lightning slide is an almost vertical drop and at 60 feet high is not for the faint hearted. Food and Beverage Spots Athena's Ice Cream Parlour: Located on the wave pool beach in the center of the park you can choose from a variety of ice creams, smoothies and donuts. Dionysos Temple: Self-service restaurant located in the center of the park, catering for all tastes from salads to spaghetti, meatballs, curries, local specialties and more. Homer's Burger Palace (Fast Food): Offers a full range of quality fast foods, from traditional hamburgers and french fries to chicken nuggets, veggie burgers, hot dogs and children's happy meals. Minotaur's Pizza: Offers variety of pizzas, salads and cold drinks. There is a children's area next to it. Poseidon's Creperie: Variety of sweet or savoury crepes prepared in front of the customers. Located next to Poseidon's wave pool. Other Facilities Midas Gift Shop: In the gift shop, one can find a variety of WaterWorld souvenirs ranging from towels, baseball caps, mugs, money boxes and more. Shoppers can also find anything else they may have forgotten at home like: swimwear, flip flops and specially designed waterpark themed leisure wear. Photo Outlet: Here You can buy images of yourself your friends or family whilst enjoying the activities at Waterworld Themed Waterpark.
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“Absolutely fantastic! A must do!”
Reviewed 26 November 2013

What a wonderful fun filled day out!
We paid 21 Euros each for an amazing day full of laughs. The biggest water park in Europe and as I have visited many water parks across the world, I can safely say that this is the biggest and best I have visited. Suitable for older children and adults rather than little ones as the majority of rides are massive!
Lovely onsite bar in front of the wave machine too, to take a break and lounge in the sun!

Visited July 2013
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“Fantastic!”
Reviewed 14 November 2013

This park is huge! We were there before the doors opened to make a full day of it! Went on everything more than twice.
Stopped for a lunch which was really lovely. Entrance fee was a bit high at 50 euros. But definitely worth a visit.

Visited August 2013
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“Pricey!”
Reviewed 6 November 2013

This watermark is the most expensive I have been to abroad. I really can't see the justification for it. €35 each!

However if you have time to go twice you can go to customer services near the entrance and get a second entry for only €10 each. So to go twice does bring the cost down on average.

I am terrified of rides so for me I can only comment on the Lazy River and Wave Pool. Both were great fun and as we went out of season there was no waiting around.

My partner went on everything and really enjoyed himself. Some slides there are crazy and not for the feint hearted.

My overall opinion is this park isn't as good as the one in Zante and is far more expensive. Had it been less costly it would be a great family day out.

Visited October 2013
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“The best water park I've been to!”
Reviewed 4 November 2013

This Greek mythology themed water park has everything! Cozy pools, hardcore rides and smashing small donuts! It's a great way of spending a day with either friends or family, and it's very near Ayia Napa centre.

Visited June 2013
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“Fun for a few hours.”
Reviewed 2 November 2013 via mobile

Claims to be Europe's biggest waterpark. Perhaps by square footage, but certainly not by the amount of rides. Aquatica in Southern France certainly felt like a fuller day out. You couldn't really spend more than four hours here.

Go during summer, as October the sun sets around 4:30 and the park starts to get cool from around 1pm onwards, which makes the routine of being wet and dry and wet and dry a little tiring.

The rides were good, though both me and the other half came off a few with red marks on out back, as the joints of the tubes can catch your shoulder blades.

Another issue is that the slides are often closed. One in particular didn't open all day, for no apparent reason. One slide also requires three riders. No exceptions. So couples get short changed.

On site food was alright. Cafeteria standard. The wave pool goes on for all of five minutes, which is a bit of a joke. However, if you have young kids, they'll appreciate an afternoon here.

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