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11 contributions
Aug 2020 • Friends
A great day out and lots of fun. Really cheap I would recommend buy tickets from one of the vendors they are often cheaper then buying from Adaland and it includes transfers as well. At the water park there are plenty of rides and things to do. No need to take your own food as there is a food court. There are locker rooms so you can keep your items safe and secure.
Written August 28, 2020
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Lyndsey Scott
Sunderland, UK824 contributions
Aug 2020 • Family
We have visited Turkey in other areas and Adaland is a lot more expensive to what we are used to but we had a great day out.

Due to the coronavirus we had to fill forms out before we were allowed entry, we had our temperature taken and questions asked along with ID and contact details. This process didn’t take long and was for the safety of staff and guests. Once details were given you walked through a tunnel whilst it sprayed a disinfectant at you.

Some slides were not on but this didn’t spoil the fun.

The place was very clean but the floor gets very hot so wear your flip flops or pool shoes.

Food and drink was not bad priced inside. Lockers were free of charge and we had no problem at all.

Staff all wore masks and they asked you to be social distanced as much as possible.

Staff do take photos and again these are not expensive.

Overall we had a brilliant day out and would return if visiting Kusadasi
Written August 16, 2020
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Belgrade, Serbia12,348 contributions
Sep 2020
This is a very good water park at Kusadasi's outskirts. Entry fee is cheaper than in such parks throughout Europe, while the rides are among the best. There's something for everyone - from mild to scary slides. It wasn't that crowded and the lines moved quickly.
Written October 21, 2020
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Ilhan H
London, UK11 contributions
Aug 2020 • Friends
Firstly I find it very hard to believe it’s the ‘Best water park in Europe’ as they advertise and what’s advertised around the park?! We had to first que up outside to fill in a form relating to COVID-19 which took about 10 mins. They then take your temperature and ask you what hotel you’re at etc. From here we then paid roughly £25 per person (quite steep for Turkey). Once inside you have to put all your personal belongings away in a locker (free) and keep the key on you. After that if you wish to purchase any bits in the park you need to use cash to top up a card which they give you the money back after if you have anything left over. (This is a 5TL deposit for the card and if you lose the card you don’t get any money back!)

We then went and tried to find our way around the park but there’s no signs with where everything is nor is there anyone to ask to show you around etc so you just have to find your own way which is really annoying considering the size of the park.

Once we did find our way around there is a massive hill to get to the big slides but due to not being able to wear flip flops you are forced to leave them down at the bottom. Thus, you’re trying to run around bare foot on the scorching hot sun baked floor which literally burnt our foot. I would definitely advise to wear rock shoes as these are allowed.

Lastly, if you want to do the rafting you have to pay an extra 25TL on top which is t a lot of money however isn’t mentioned.

Overall it was okay however wouldn’t go again.
Written August 16, 2020
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paul s
Aldershot, UK178 contributions
Sep 2020
Negatives first: Admission.... because we are foreign we got charged 240 lira (about £23) turkish nationals get charged 130 lira (about £12) can you imagine rocking up at Alton Towers and being charged almost double because you aren't English? We found this disgusting, its not something Tortuga does and it is not something Aqua Fantasy does so it clearly isnt a "turkish thing" this propelry p!ssed us off for the first hour of being there, almost made us want to come home, disgraceful practice.
Slide and fly, there are zero warnings about the H&S aspect of this ride. It is likely you will get bruises so please god be careful on it, its great fun and if you have to do it you have to do it but ouch! Its been over a week and my bruises are yet to go.
And thats it, after the first hour of being annoyed we had a fantastic day, there are so many slides and rides and pools for little ones it was amazing, we spent the morning on one side of the park going up and down the horseshoe rides and big tubes, then after lunch climibing the tower and doing the family slide and racers etc, chilling in the wave pool. For a day out it was brilliant, I think Covid helped as it was really quiet so didnt have to que for anything, not sure if I would want to be climbing those massive towers on an exceptionally busy day but all in all, there were 10 of us and we had a great day out, just need to sort out that admission because that is beyond awful, almost racist!
Written September 14, 2020
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Helena K
Barnsley, UK24 contributions
Aug 2020 • Family
We loved every second, we have about 5.5 hours from when the bus dropped us off to been picked up and we could of done with longer. The kids didn’t want to leave. The older two (16/14) loved the slide and fly and drop slides and my youngest (8) loved the slides with the rings. All the staff were friendly and really like the payment card so we didn’t have to carry cash round with us all days
Written August 31, 2020
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6 contributions
May 2013
Can anyone tell me please, how much were the prices for Swimming with dolphins? I have to buy a pre-book ticket or doesn't matter?
Written May 23, 2013
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Matthew H
Liverpool, UK2 contributions
Jul 2014 • Family
This review is targeted towards the dolphin and the sea park. If you care about animals READ ON!

Let me start on a less drastic note; the food. It was pretty grim to be honest; and the staff serving it were miserable and sneered at you as if getting food was a crime. The views were OK.

This is were my blood starts to boil; the activity's. Ok, let my guide you through them:

Swim with dolphins - $80 will allow you to watch depressed dolphins swim round in small tanks being told to wave at you and do tricks! Not really swimming. A load of poo. Don't do it.

The shark tank - Almost the definition of pathetic. I would be more thrilled standing in the pond in my back garden than this. Getting lowered into a pool with 3 - 4 foot long "sharks"? You decide.

Ray pool - 6 rays in a small shallow pool were you and other people can walk around and harass them. How much water do you think rays need? 30cm? No I don't think so either.

Rabbit cage - Also know as rabbit prison or "Thumpers demise the experience". Who ever is responsible for this deserves the same fate as the dozen rabbits they have shoved in a 3m wide cage to be stared at and neglected. They were malnourished, dirty and cramped. Disgraceful.

No special sun cream to stop fish being poisoned when you snorkel with about 4 of them.

This place is HORRIFIC. If you have pets, imagine them being treated like that, Underfed, abused, dirty and overheating! DO NOT FUEL THE ABUSE. Save your money and go to some of the many great waterparks in turkey. 1/5 NOT RECCOMENDED.
Written January 8, 2015
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Denmark3 contributions
Oct 2014 • Solo
I did visit this place in october month 2014 and at that time did Adaland give me that impression that it was possible to go and swim with their dolphins by buying a program for 90 EUR so I chose to buy a ticket to that program.

The program wasn't about swimming with dolphins, it was only about training of a dolphin. The dolphin and I was told what to do through the entire program. I was also asked to give different kinds of signals to the dolphin just like the dolphin trainer was doing and the dolphin was rewarded with fish every time it obeyed the signals correctly. The dolphin was more interesting towards the trainer and the box with fish then it was towards me.

If the dolphin and I was free to move around together in the water as we pleased through the entire program, then I would have been swimming with the dolphin but that was not the case, I was only assisting a dolphin trainer with his job.

The dolphin trainer was getting paid to be working but I paid to be working as a dolphin trainer assistent. That sucks :-( They sold me work but let me believe it was about swimming with dolphins, that is a master stroke but in least was it a real living dolphin and not an inflatable dolphin.

No one shall pee in my cup and then tell me it's just tea. I left the place with very bad taste in my mouth. I should have known better, if something sounds to good to be true, then it probably is and this time it was.

I found out that I actualy need a permission to work outside of my country, which I didn't have so have I have also been working illegally too. I will not recommend this place but if there are people there are so desperate enough to go to this place anyway then it's up to them to do so.
Written November 10, 2014
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Keighley, UK2 contributions
Aug 2011 • Friends
Adaland is a great water park with tonnes of slides. There were 27 of us that went to the park and although Im not a big fan of the slides, my kids and of course the men (the grown up kids),loved every minute of it, we didnt see them for hours. There is a Dolphin enclosure just next door to Adaland where for a fee you can swim with the Dolphins. We did and it was the best experience ever. It dragged us around on its belly, shook our hands and gave us a kiss. We then went onto watch the Dolphin show! Amazing!
Written September 8, 2011
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