April 23, 2021

The Best and the Biggest Water Park in the World

This water park should be on the top of our bucket lists.

In Germany, 30 miles south of Berlin, you can find the biggest water park in the world. Tropical Island Resort, it is the biggest indoor water park in the world and manages to keep its visitors warm all year.

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KRAUSNICK, GERMANY – FEBRUARY 15: Visitors swim in the lagoon at the Tropical Islands indoor resort on February 15, 2013 in Krausnick, Germany. Located on the site of a former Soviet military air base, the resort occupies a hangar built originally to house airships designed to haul long-distance cargo. Tropical Islands opened to the public in 2004 and offers visitors a tropical getaway complete with exotic flora and fauna, a beach, lagoon, restaurants, water slide, evening shows, sauna, adventure park and overnights stays ranging from rudimentary to luxury. The hangar, which is 360 metres long, 210 metres wide and 107 metres high, is tall enough to enclose the Statue of Liberty. (Photo by Sean Gallup/Getty Images)

It’s so big you can even go for BALLOON rides inside so you can take in all of the views!

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This water park covers an area of more than 16 acres, that’s more than the size of six city blocks and can host up to 6,000 guests at a time. It caters to vacationers of all kinds, for kids, there’s a paddling area with toys, as well as a waterslide and a water play table.

Also, there you can find Tropino Club, which offers bumper boats, miniature cars, and air hockey, and there are more bigger waterslides means that even parents are guaranteed not to get bored.

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Even though traditionally water parks are thought of as family zones, Tropical Islands Resort offers a lot of options for adults, too.

A lagoon modeled after one you might find in Bali is a good place to soak in the sauna, and the “tropical sea” covers the area of three Olympic-sized pools, is kept at a tropical temperature and is located under a clear roof so guests can feel the sun.

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There is a full-service spa in the park, just in case you’re not relaxing enough at the pool and under the sunny sky.

Also, the resort recently opened an outside area, called Amazonia, which is open year-round. As temperatures in Berlin dip below freezing in the winter, this feature is probably best left for the brave-hearted or for the summer.

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The resort is so big that even has its own accommodation, you can actually book rooms right by all the water rides. Those visitors who want to make a vacation out of it as opposed to simply visit for the day, there are several options for overnight stays.

It is provided an extra level of comfort and a tropical vacation feel, as do the rooms at a slightly lower cost. And those who follow a true outdoor beach holiday, tents in the sand equipped with mattresses and linen are a great option.