Port Aventura Caribe Aquatic Park
During a stay in one of the hotels of the Port Aventura World you will have the possibility to visit the main park for an unlimited time during your visit, as well as the water park Port Aventura Caribe Aquatic Park. At least this was still the case in 2011, but nowadays the offer is focused on the new theme park Ferrari Land.
The Aquatic Park was created at the same time as the Hotel Caraibe, but is located right next to the main park. Because the temperatures were quite high and the whole coastal area had a rather unpleasantly warm climate, the urge of the visitors to go to the water park, despite the low season, was enormously high, so that the probability of catching a free lounger was very, very small.
The offer of the water park Port Aventura Caribe Aquatic Park is not outstandingly large, but not too small either. The Proslide Tifón slides in the covered part of the park were, to everyone’s surprise, extremely fast and featured a really well-done layout.
Mambo, Limbo and the Barracudas
The bodyslides Mambo and Limbo both feature a nice ride with various jumps, tight curves and an overall good pacing. Unfortunately these slides share the same tower as the tube slides of Barracuda and access to the slides is often blocked by the sliders holding their tubes. The slide down Baracuda is a bit on the milder side, nevertheless it is a nice family adventure.
The park’s El Torrente rafting slide is really impressive, where several people in a boat can reach slopes of more than 90°, thus involuntarily approaching each other, as the boat is not stiff but very elastic. Those who are at least afraid of a bobsleigh run should definitely not get on here, but for everyone else this family raft slide is great family fun – as long as you hold on tightly.
The park also has WhiteWaterWest’s La Laguna de Woody water playground, where you can stand under a huge bucket, the beautiful and long Lazy River El Rio Loco, and the wave pool El Triangulo de las Bermudas, with rather leisurely waves and water cannons.
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