If there’s a word that defines this water attraction, it’s “shocking”.
Volcano zone
Type of attraction
 Rides & Slides
Teenagers & Adults
Access limitations
Minimum height: 140 cm
Maximum weight: T1 100 kg / T 110 kg
All Year
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If there’s a word that defines this water attraction, it’s “shocking”.

This attraction is as shocking for those who glide along as it is for those who wait for them at the bottom, who will see them arrive in a heartbeat, almost unaware that they have already reached the pool. Yes, speed is another feature of the Kamikaze, a slide that has its starting point at a high altitude, making it visible from virtually every part of the park.

Amazing, electrifying, exciting and impressive are some of the adjectives that perfectly describe Kamikaze, one of the kings of water parks. Speeds of up to 50 kilometres per hour can be reached on this slide.

You’ll have to be very brave to enjoy the adrenaline that the high speeds will cause you, almost without realizing it, thanks to Kamikaze’s sudden changes of slope. If you want to max out, pull your legs and arms together to be more streamlined and break all the records.

Adults and children over 1.40 meters can go up as many times as they want. The high speed you’ll reach when you go down will make you feel like a human bullet fired into the pool, and time flies by. The attraction is open from 11:30 to 14:30.   

Adventure Turtle

A large turtle that proudly stands atop the mountain of the children's area

Children under 12 have this attraction exclusively for them. Located in the children’s area of the park, kids can rehearse until they become specialists in the art of throwing themselves on the water slides thanks to this made to measure Turtle Adventure.

A lively slide with a gentle slope comes out of a small rocky mountain. It’s slight curve makes it more exciting to reach the crystal clear waters where it will stop. It also has a straight slide, lagoons and - the star of the show - a large turtle that dominates the mountain of the children's area. 

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