The world’s biggest indoor water park has 18 swimming pools, lazy river and is 32C inside – & it’s open all year round
EUROPE is home to the world’s biggest indoor water park – it has 18 swimming pools and 35 water slides.
The cold weather has people planning lots of fun days out, with indoor water parks being a great choice for the entire family.
Despite being the biggest water park in the world, most Brit holidaymakers probably haven’t heard about Suntago: Park of Poland.
Suntago: Park of Poland is about an hour’s drive away from Warsaw.
The water park covers a whopping 75,000 square metres, and is divided into three distinct zones, Jamango, Relax Suntago, and Saunaria.
Across the entire water park, there are more than 35 water slides and 18 swimming pools, while the inside temperature never drops below 32C.
The Jamango zone is the water park’s only space for families with young children.
Jamango is a water jungle area covered with 300 palm trees, while 400 sunbeds are dotted around the various pools.
There are a whopping 35 water slides in this zone, including Dark Thunder, where parkgoers climb on an inflatable ring before being plunged through the slide’s dizzying depths.
Other adrenaline-inducing rides include Mad Octopus, Neon Torpedo, Blue Boa, Tiger’s Race, Jungle Race, and many others.
There’s also a 130m lazy river ride in the Jamango zone called the Adventure River.
The child-friendly zone is also home to plenty of pools, including the Baby Pool Jay, which is designed for families with younger children.
The small pool has a crocodile slide and several dolphin sculptures that spurt out water.
There’s also a pool with a swim-up bar that serves a range of alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks.
Other pools in the Jamango zone include the Wave Pool, the Bubbling Spring Pool, and a hydromassage pool.
Relax Suntago is another zone inside the water park, and only visitors who are aged 16 and over are allowed into this zone.
Like Jamango, it also has 400 real palm trees that have all been imported from either Florida, Malaysia, or Costa Rica.
This area of the water park is all about unwinding with several hot tub seats and hydromassage beds next to the thermal pool.
Other features include the Sulphur Pool and the Brine Pool, which is filled with saline-rich water.
As the name suggests, the Saunaria zone is home to eight saunas and steam rooms, as well as two jacuzzi pools.
In addition to the three different areas of the water park, there are also five restaurants, four poolside bars, and a wellness spa.
The park gets good ratings from the public with an overall score of 3.5./5 from more than 150 reviews on TripAdvisor, with many visitors praising the water park in their reviews
One person wrote: “I really love water parks, and after visiting similar water parks in Germany and Switzerland, I decided to go to Suntago.
“This waterpark is very big, especially with the Relax and Saunaria zones, and the entrance fees are not too bad.”
A second person added: “We love Suntago, we’ve been here several times. If you want to avoid the crowds, head there on a weekday.”
And a third said: “I only have good things to say about Suntago. Everything is so convenient. The water is huge, but everything is so easy to find.”
Entry tickets for adults cost PLN 165 (£32.17) for an all-day pass for all three zones, while children up to 120cm pay PLN 100 (£19.50) for an all-day pass to Jamango.
Both Ryanair and Wizzair operate direct flights from UK airports like London, Birmingham, Leeds, and Newcastle.
Sun Online Travel has found one-way tickets from the UK to Warsaw for £18 during the winter months.
Poland is also home to another overlooked water park too.
Energylandia is a large water park with 36 waterslides, 7,000 sunloungers, and the cocktails are only £3.
If you don’t want to jet off abroad for a water park, then there are plenty in the UK including Sandcastle Water Park in Blackpool.
And here are some other water parks in the UK you should visit, including a huge new £250million attraction opening in 2025.
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