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Siam Park, the most spectacular water park in Europe!

British Guild of Travel Writers 2010

Annual General Meeting 26th to 29th January


Owned by the well established Loro Parque Company, Siam Park is the very latest addition to Tenerife’s leisure facilities and is perfectly located in the popular resort of Costa Adeje, within walking distance from the most popular resorts in Tenerife South. Siam Park adds a whole new dimension to the leisure offering in the Canary Islands with state of the art rides and attractions set within stunning scenery and completed to the highest of standards. A unique concept, exotic settings, natural landscapes and the exquisite oriental design make it a major new development in tourism. The water park provides a great day out for families and friends who can share splashing moments on the many exciting rides and attractions. As you enter the park there’s a warm welcome from the fun-loving sea lions, but this is just one of the fascinating surprises in the park. From the Floating Market to the Tea House; from the Beach Bar to the Thai Restaurant and from the wave pool to the dedicated play area for the kids, there’s a world of fun to discover. Adrenalin-seekers will love the Tower of Power, with its breath-taking 28 metre drop and heart-stopping finale or the Volcano, where the darkness envelops you as you increase speed, or for the less-adventurous sheer relaxation can be sought on the largest (9,500 square metres) white sandy beach in Tenerife. Siam Park is also a perfect location for parties, product launches, company celebrations and meetings. Amazing views to the Atlantic Ocean can be seen

British Guild of Travel Writers 2010 - Annual General Meeting 26th to 29th January

Siam Park, the most spectacular themed aquatic park in Europe opened its doors to the public on 17th September 2008.

from the Amphitheatre, a space with up to 1,500 seats where events and concerts can be held. Siam Park attractions: -

The Dragon has already been claimed a favourite among visitors. A speedy raft of a group of four shoots down a tube and is propelled high up before spinning around a cone, by a roaring dragon.

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The Giant guarantees an anticlockwise spinning splash before racing down from the starting point, the head of the giant.

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Jungle Snakes offers a selection of twisting slides for all choices, as some are faster than others and a few are open-air.

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Tower of Power is excellent for an adrenalin rush, as visitors speed down a virtually 90 degree- slide and drop in a tube surrounded by swimming alligators and tropical fish.




Mekong Rapids are great for families and groups or friends as they plunge from the elephant terrace through water rapids surrounded by jungle scenery.

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The Lost City is a world of adventure with towers, bridges, nets, waterfalls and slides. The family-friendly Lost City includes a Baby Zone, designed for the younger ones where adults can relax in a safe environment.

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Naga Racer is for competitive visitors who can race down a row of six slides located at the highest peak in Siam Park.

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Volcano offers an exciting experience as groups of four turn around in the darkness of a round cylinder with surprising laser and special effects inside.

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Wave Palace is where surfers can enjoy the biggest artificial waves in the world. Waves can be tailor- made changing direction, shape and size and can reach an impressive height of 3 metres. The Wave Palace will soon be used for surf lessons in conjunction with Billabong.

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British Guild of Travel Writers 2010 - Annual General Meeting 26th to 29th January

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Tenerife Tourism Corporation For more information visit www.webtenerife.com or contact Raquel Fonseca Email: raquel@humewhitehead.co.uk Tel: (0) 20 8334 7026




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