How to describe this water-soaked extravaganza? Imagine Shamu’s Happy Harbor at SeaWorld or Land of the Dragons at Busch Gardens Africa. Then add water. Lots and lots of water.
This multi-level, multi-component play area seems to have been designed with tweens in mind. That certainly is the major demographic represented. It is decorated in dazzling shades of pink and blue, with Maori designs interspersed throughout and spinnaker-like sails at the top. Water sprays, spritzes, pours, and cascades everywhere. When you get in the middle of the maze-like structure, the noise from falling water is positively deafening.
Topping off this intricate structure are two immense buckets that fill with water and then tip over every several minutes, sending a wall of water to splash off a roof below and onto the excited kids at ground level. You will find rope walks and water cannons on the upper levels. There are a few slides, too. Nothing too extreme, but fun enough for the target audience. Even though this attraction is obviously aimed at kids from eight into their teens, a lot of adults seem to take guilty pleasure in sampling its attractions.
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