Kokolandia Adventure Park
Kokolandia Adventure Park
4.5
10:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Monday
10:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Tuesday
10:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Wednesday
10:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Thursday
10:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Friday
10:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Saturday
10:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Sunday
10:00 AM - 8:00 PM
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Wide variety of elements - rope climbing exercises, obstacle courses and zip-lines - an outdoor activity surrounded by nature..
Duration: 1-2 hours
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Dobrin Neikov
Sofia, Bulgaria31 contributions
Apr 2022
Great for kids, teens, and adults under 50. There are 5 tracks, with 1 being the easiest and 5-the hardest. The price is fair. When you get to a track, the staff secures you with shorts, connected to a rope (so if you fall, you will be left standing in midair. The place is a bit hard to find and there is no food and water (except a vending machine with almost nothing in it), so bring your own.
Written June 4, 2022
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Petah Tiqwa, Israel637 contributions
Aug 2017 • Family
We visited Kokolandia with three kids: 16, 14 & 8.
The park has 5 rope routes, when 1st is the easiest and 5th is the hardest. It's also has a baby route, batut and climbing wall.
You pay 5 lev for a route.
The 8 years old made the 1st route, and didn't want to go for the second.
The teenagers did the third and said it was fun.
My husband did 3 - 5 routes, and had a lot of fun.

Pay attention that you don't have gloves from a place, so bring them with you.
Also there is no water in the park - even not for washing your hands.
There are some machines with drinks and snacks.
The tickets also bought at the machines, but when it was a line, the "human" cash desk was also open.
Some reviews said that the address on Google maps is not accurate, but we found the place by Google maps without any problem.

We all had a lot of fun for a couple of hours - very recommended.
Written August 26, 2017
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msetton
Shekef, Israel56 contributions
Aug 2017 • Family
After visiting the rope park in Brasov last year, my kids were expecting this visit in Sofia. The park is not as big but it was a lot of fun for the kids.
Be aware that they don't supply gloves so you should bring a pair if you have. After a couple of rounds the hands begin to hurt.
You pay for each round separate, each 5 lv (about 2.5 $)
Written August 16, 2017
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EMANUEL60
Haifa District, Israel355 contributions
Apr 2019
This place is for all the family from children 1.1 mt high that go on ropes up and down with very safety equipment for every one between the woods in Sofia .also the place is nice ,but only to bring food for the children.
Written September 4, 2019
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lydieb63
Edinburgh, UK2 contributions
Aug 2019
On our way to borisova gradina with my 17 months old toddler, we came accross Kokolandia and their trampoline at the back. My toddler is trampoline mad and despite the price - 5 lev for 20 min !!! - we went in. Bought a ticket at the vending machine, as the till had nobody in and went inside the trampoline with my toddler. I sat on the side until we heard 2 peoples shouting at us in Bulgarian. I ignored them at first as i didn't think we were doing anything wrong. A very nice lady (another customer) translated to us that they didn't want adult in the trampoline - while the 2 employees were still shouting at us from where they were sat down. I couldn't leave my 17 months old toddler by himself ,i was just going to sit on the side and make sure he didn't hurt himself. That wasn't good enough for them. I had to leave, like a naughty school girl, and was given a refund. Not a word was pronounced by the cashier, no explanation, no goodbye, nothing.
To anyone wanting to visit Bulgaria, Please come, it's an amazing country, with amazing people. To anyone wanting to visit Kokolandia, Avoid at all cost. To the Owner and employees of this place, don't Shout at your customer, if they are doing something wrong, get up and come speak to them - don't humiliate them , especially when their children are around.
Written August 9, 2019
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btravell
Keramoti, Greece5 contributions
Jul 2018 • Family
Visiting with a very active 5-year-old was The experience of our trip to Sofia. We did it during the week around noon - that might have been the reason for just few other visitors, so we had the time and space to enjoy it fully. The girls and boys working there are super friendly, encouraging and giving the chance to manage on your own under a good supervision.
Written July 25, 2018
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shlomigel
Israel37 contributions
Aug 2017
We arrived the place by walking on foot from Jolie-Curie metro station. It was about 20 minutes walking, part of it inside the forest, which is very nice. There are several levels 1-5. I suggest for first time to start from level 1 to ages 6-8. It costs 5 Lev for each level. My 8 years old daughter started on level 2 and was afraid so we moved her to level 1. After this part there is an option for another activities in 4 lev. The cashier knows english which helped, as well as the team all over the park, it helped a lot. The kids enjoyed - recommended - it a unique place.
Written August 23, 2017
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Daniel H
7 contributions
Jun 2017
The climbing was perfect and the people are friendly. It is a very nice place to climb. It is very nice to spend your time in a summer holiday or weekend!!!🏅
Written August 17, 2017
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Dor S
Israel115 contributions
May 2017 • Family
We arrived with children aged 5 to 22. Our last time in a rope park was in Braşov (Romania) that seemed very professional.

At first, we could barely find the place. Note that the location on Google Maps IS accurate, park on the closest street and walk 30m into the forest where Kokolandia is on Google Maps.

Unlike the Braşov park, here you buy tickets on a self-service machine. You pay per track, 5 Lev each. Then approach the start point and the operators will get you started with equipment and everything. The operators are helpful in those moments when you can't make it, or fall clumsily.

The place is in the woods, and there are LOTS of fleas of some kind that bite. I guess the owners can't do much about it, but I recommend everyone to come with LONG PANTS (such as yoga pants or sweat pants)

Track number four was too hard for some of us (ages 15,22). Anyway it'd be nice to have gloves to protect our palms while holding into ropes and carrying your whole weight.

FUN 4/5
PRICE 5/5
ENVIRONMENT 3/5
Written May 30, 2017
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Bat-Chen E
Israel18 contributions
Aug 2018 • Family
We went to the park with children ages 3, 6.5, 8.5.
The park offers activity for all ages.
We ended up spending there most of the day.
Each run costs 5 leba (around 2.5 euro).
Written August 30, 2018
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