It is a great outdoor water park. Lots of rides, slides, fun and adventure. Do not miss it . Although entrance fee is a bit expensive you will spend a whole day in this wonderful park.
Tip: When you hear the horn , get into the large pool and wait for the waves to start rolling. It's amazing
WaterWorld is the best waterpark in Cyprus and the largest in the Eastern Mediterranean and is based on a Greek mythology theme. There is a large variety of exciting water chutes, plus log rolling in the activity pool, river trips, spray columns and geysers, and much more. There are also cafes, an ice cream parlour and gift shop, and sculptures in terrific bad taste.
For those who prefer a more relaxing ride, there’s the Lazy River, where riders travel in large rubber rings meandering around the park. There is also a pool that consists of columns, fountains and water spray features. It has zero depth entry, which is ideal for small children and they can play on the wide variety of soft foam toys.
May to September: 10:00 am to 6:00 pm
Adults: 35.00 EUR
Children (3-12): 20.00 EUR
Waterpark is £14CYP for adults, which is pretty pricey. However, if you like waterslides, it will keep you occupied for most of the day (or all day, if you love them). Also some gentler attractions for small kids, and a big pool with big waves. Grounds scattered with fake Greek statuary.
And yes, I did go down both of the kamikaze slides in the picture! Though I wouldn't do it twice in a day.
Not very faraway from Ayia Napa (you can get to their in a bicycle), it is a nice Water Park (not the largest comparing to Family Land in Wisconsin or wonder land in Dubai, but it is not small either.
There is a lot of fun going around their, take a note of the big pool in the middle (The Poseidon Waves) cause every hour the horn starts followed by waves.
The theme for this is Greek and so cool, I loved it!!!
An excellent water park. Entry is expensive (around £10CYP) but you really can spend the whole day there. Many of the rides have a minimum height restriction but there is also plenty to keep children occupied too.
My personal favourites include:
the Drop to Atlantis (you need three people for this)
the Fall of Icarus (you need two people for this)
Take some high factor waterproof cream (at least factor 12) when you go ... and make sure you're not suffering the after effects of the night before othrwise you'll spend the first hour or so trying to get some energy to go on the more adventurous rides.
Although you are not supposed to take food in with you, I would try and take as much as you can in your bag. The food inside is very poor quality.
Waterworld was built in 1996 and boast a number of exciting waterslides. Get there early because there is plenty to do. Lockers are available and there is also a shop to buy various sun bathing accessories and souvenirs.
Great fun! All ius well and conveniently designed. However the whole cost - transportation + entry ticket + locker box rental + F&D comes to not cheap end at all.