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Parque El Agua Isla de Margarita

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Trini_Islander.101 wrote a review Mar 2019
Piarco, Trinidad16 contributions22 helpful votes
When I visited the water park (2018), I carried my two sons as well who were 1 and 9 years old at the time. I paid an entrance fee of Bs. 1,000,000 per person which was an average of USD 15 for me because I got an exchange rate of USD 1 to VEF 70,000 (also known as Bs.) from a friend of a friend. This entrance fee is just for tourists because the locals pay a different, lower rate. I did not have to pay for my younger son so he entered for free. Cannot remember the cost for the lockers but I did rent one. Also had to pay a deposit of Bs. 200,000 which I got back after I returned the key when leaving. Before we entered there were persons outside doing some face painting for free. It was also Carnival time in Venezuela. Upon entering the compound our bags were checked. The park was very deserted! I would assume that it was a result of the crisis taking place in the country. There are food and drinks on sale of course, as well as bathroom facilities and a gift shop. There are chairs, tables and umbrellas around the park that everyone can use. Firstly the water was very cold when I was there, the kids' pool in particular. The kids' pool is where the younger ones who are not able to use the water slides because of height or age limitations can enjoy themselves. There is also a little pool area and a lazy river where persons can just relax. Slides close at certain times around lunch, but not all at once. The park has a lot of potential but no matter if there are a few persons or a big crowd you will definitely enjoy your day at the water park.
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Date of experience: April 2018
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Shantel Louisy wrote a review Jan 2019
St. Lucia39 contributions2 helpful votes
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It acts as a perfect destination for enjoying as the park has lots of water rides,water slides, swimming pools,jacuzzi ,etc and it is enjoyable for the young as well as old aged people.
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Date of experience: February 2018
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Henrik K wrote a review Nov 2018
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Due to lack of tourists, The park has closed more than half of the park and lowered the waterlevel. The pool that was 1.80 is now 0.80. Saving money.... I would bet that within 2 years will this place be closed forever.
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Date of experience: November 2018
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Rafael Q wrote a review Jun 2018
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I took my family there for the day. It was a lot of fun. The kids went from one area of the park to the next. We all had a lot of fun, including my wife.
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Date of experience: June 2018
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cupidct wrote a review May 2018
Porlamar, Venezuela74 contributions12 helpful votes
It's fun for the kids they always love water. It's tough to be critical Of things in Venezuela.There so many shortages.
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Date of experience: June 2017
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