Aqua-Entertainment in Kiev
Located on the third floor of Kiev’s Dream Town shopping and entertainment center, Dream Island Waterpark takes visitors back to the time when dinosaurs roamed the earth – but with every modern convenience for comfort and enjoyment. Opened in 2011, the waterpark features as many as fourteen different waterslides, three stream pools, nine different types of steam baths, two wave pools, a Jacuzzi and a bar nestled in a sheltered lagoon. A large area of the Jurassic-themed waterpark is dedicated to children, allowing parents to indulge in some time-out while their offspring are entertained.
Designed to accommodate up to 3,500 people comfortably, the park covers an area of around 25,000 square meters, with attention to detail throughout. The emphasis is on fun and relaxation at Dream Island Waterpark as is evident by the five themed swimming pools and the variety of water slides – including the ‘Turbolance’ which sends riders down a steep drop before propelling them uphill. Other rides include the open ‘Body Slide’, and the ‘Black Hole’ – an enclosed tube that the water slide flows through. With caregivers on hand to ensure their safety, the kid’s area includes a fascinating interactive water play area, a fish aquarium, an aqua tower and water slides.
Located outside of the city Kiev Aquapark offers loads of water-based fun, with five pools, a Jacuzzi, nine water slides, saunas, restaurants and bars and recreation areas. The water slides, with their descriptive names such as ‘Master Blaster’, ‘Tsunami’, ‘Snake’ and ‘Space Maelstrom’, provide hours of entertainment for the whole family, while the wave pools produce waves up to 1.5 meters high for an authentic seaside experience. The second floor of the four-floor complex features a Russian sauna, Finnish sauna, Roman bath and a salt sauna, along with a health bar providing herbal teas and snacks. The other floors have restaurants and areas for visitors to relax. The transparent roof of the complex can be opened to let the fresh air and sunshine in, and closed to keep bad weather out, allowing visitors to enjoy the facilities all year around.