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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...More
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.
Parque el Agua was always a place to visit bit the situation in the country forced them to change a lot. Here is what I found:
Foreigners must pay a different tariff, almost 3 times the price for a national. Still a good price if...More
There are some good slides in the park but it really needs a facelift. When we went a only one place was open to get food and they quickly ran out. I guess no one is immune to what is happening on the mainland.
Park is old but in good shape, service is so so and food is not good at all swimming pools are nice and specially for children certain attractions are not suitable for toddlers or babys, good place to spend half a day remember to bring...More