WaterWorld Water Park, Ayia Napa, Cyprus
Visit WaterWorld Water Park in Ayia Napa which is the largest Waterpark in Europe and has won over twenty five international awards! So far, since opening its doors in 1996, it has attracted over three million guests and is rapidly becoming one of the most popular tourist attractions in the whole of Cyprus! WaterWorld's theme, based on ancient Greek mythology, and the many facilities it has to offer, ensures a fun-packed day out for children and grow-ups alike.
Attractions & Rides
The Atlantis: The only slide of its kind in the world with light, sound and visual effects within the ride. Riding in a three-man bullet, you will be sent speeding down the slide, encountering its various-turns and drops before splashing into the pool below. Not for the light hearted, but an experience that you’ll just have to repeat over and over again.
The Fall of Karus: Get set to push yourselves to the limits down the steep hair-raising slide, then start on your climb towards the sun and see just how high you can reach. But the fun is not over yet. You dive towards earth once again over humps and bumps to finally cool those flames in the pool below.
The Quest of Heracles: Get ready to rock as your guest takes you through the mesmerizing snake tubes to fight the Hydra, Heracles ultimate enemy. Two extreme body flumes, makes this a journey of mythology you’ll never forget.
Kamikaze Slides: Thunderbolt is placed next to the existing Lightning speed slide with sharp twists and a steep drop. This ride is not for the faint-hearted! The height restriction on this ride is marked at only 1.20 meters so most brave young warriors can usually reach that mark at 6 or 7 years of age! Look out for this spectacular new bright red and yellow ride towering over the park at over 60 feet high. Lightning slide is the real adrenalin ride! You will thunder down 75 meters of an almost vertical drop!
There is also the...
Poseidon’s Wave Pool
Fall of Karus
Aphrodite's Bath.... and many more!
Prices (Guide only)
Adult 35 Euro
Child (3-12 Years)20 Euro
0-2 are free of charge
Address: 18, Ayia Thekla Road, Agia Napa, Cyprus
WaterWorld Water Park is open every day from Mid April to October. April and October: 10:00am – 5:00pm, May – September: 10:00am – 6:00pm. Please check their website for latest times.
Parks website: http://waterworldwaterpark.com/
Tel: +357 23 724444.
Two Ways to Splash (Less Cash)
1/. Choose one of our hotels close to the WaterWorld Water Park
If you wish to stay close to the WaterWorld Water Park then simply use the search box above to find a great deal. Look out for the 4-star Panas Holiday Village or the 3-star Nissiana Hotel both of which are very popular.
2/. Click on the picture below to see if there are any hotels with their own FREE Water park or Slides
You could still visit the WaterWorld Water Park during your visit but by staying in accommodation that offers a free water slide will help keep everyone happy during your holiday.
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Please note that open times, prices and any information shown is for guidance only but was correct at time of publishing. You may be able to purchase discounted online tickets for this park as part of your booking. Prices can be found after running a search for either a Flight & Hotel or Hotel only. Please note that the price shown will be for the number of guest entered in the search box and not per person. The price covers entry into the park but doesn’t included transfers to and from your hotel. Many parks offer a free bus from the main resorts.