Ten Best waterparks in the world

1. Siam Park in Tenerife, Spain

Situated in the Canary Islands Siam Park is a water park for thrill seekers and water babies alike. Fly down the Naga Racer. Splash through the Giant or if you are feeling really adventurous glide on the slide beneath the shark tank on the Mai Thai River. This amazing waterpark is situated in Costa Adeje in the south of Tenerife. It is one of the islands most popular resorts but even if you are staying in one of the other resorts, there are regular trips available. It is well worth a visit.

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2.Waterworld in Ayia Napa, Cyprus

Ayia Napa isn't just the place for partying until the sun comes up, it also has a waterpark where you unleash the Greek God or Goddess with a relaxing fish spa. Unwind in Aphrodites Baths or get your adrenaline fix on the Kamikaze slides. 

3.Volcano Bay Orlando, Florida USA

Those who remember the exciting Wet 'n' Wild waterpark will appreciate the state of the art Volcano Bay. It is just across the road from where Wet 'n' Wild used to be and it has some fabulous slides. It only opened in May 2017. There are plenty of new rides but get their early to avoid queues. 

4.Aquaventure Waterpark Bahamas

Aquaventure  waterpark in the Bahamas attracts visitors from all over the world. You can visit here for free if you are staying at the Atlantis hotel. It has a number of high speed slides, a river ride that's a mile long and features wave surges and rolling rapids. The park is set in lush  grounds and has 11 swimming pools to suit water-babies of all ages. 

5.Beach Park Brazil

Brazil isn't just home to carnival, an amazing football team and great coffee, it also has one of the best water parks in the world. Beach Park has a stunning tropical backdrop where you can go on ecological walks or if you prefer to be in the water at all times you can discover them via the river rapids. For thrill seekers there is a waterslide which is as big as a fourteen floor skyscraper, while younger swimmers will prefer Treasure Isand with its spiral slide and exciting water cannons. After a day of adventure you can wind down in the onsite saunas. It is Brazil's biggest waterpark and is a great place for a day out. 

6.Yas Waterworld, Abu Dhabi UAE

Yas Waterworld in Abu Dhabi is the first mega waterpark in the United Arab Emirates. It is on Yas Island and features 43 rides. Some of these cannot be found anywhere else. Highlights include the world's longest and fastest tornado waterslide  and the planets first interactive water and laser roller coaster. It is a fun and exciting day for everyone.

7.Disney's Typhoon Lagoon

Ideal for adventurers of all ages Typhoon Lagoon let's you explores the wonders of the deep without going near the ocean. You can try out your board skills in the surf pools six foot waves or go snorkelling in the shark reef alongside real sharks. The 400 feet plus slides will keep even the most demanding thrill seekers satisified. 

8.Waterbomb Bali

Waterbomb Bali has an array of exhilarating waterslides that are nestled between hectactres of exotic parkland. Enjoy the view and feel the excitement as you glide down the open slides or test your bravery on the Climax which drops you down a speedy slide through a trap door.  It is a waterpark  adventurers dream. 

9.Tropical Island resort, Berlin

A Tropical paradise is not often found in a big city but Germany broke the mold when they built Tropical Island resort. The indoor waterpark has its own artificial beach, a beautiful lagoon, and Germany's tallest water slide. It is truly unique.

10.Waterpark in Faliraki, Rhodes

Greece's biggest waterpark and loaded with fun and excitement, the aptly named Waterpark is situated in the party resort of Faliraki in Rhodes. It has a space bowl that spins you round before plunging you into water, a white knuckle kamikaze ride and speeding slides to get your heart racing. At the end of a bustling day you can chillax on the lazy river. 

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