The Caribbean's largest water park

Kids of all ages can have a splashing time at Aruba’s newest and wettest attraction, Morgan’s Island Water Park, the largest of its kind in the Caribbean. The new $14 million  water park opened to the public on 5th December  2008, and features the ‘Dragon Revenge’ tower offering six different heart-stopping waterslides, toboggan rides, two and four person water-tube rides and two wave pools. Coming soon is the ‘Buccaneer Tower’ which will boast an impressive 21-metre vertical drop and will be the second tallest, second fastest, single-person, free-fall waterslide in the world!

Younger children can spend time at the dedicated water-playground featuring smaller slides and water spouts. After the excitement, families can refuel at the Black Pearl, a self-service restaurant, the Jack Sparrow Bar or Treasure Chest coffee shop. Entrance to the water park costs $57  for adults and $47  for children aged 2-12 years.

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  1. Morgan’s Island on the island of Aruba is not only the largest water park in the Caribbean, but also in all of Latin America. Its 28,000 sq. ft. of fun features attractions for aquatic adventurers, including a dual slide dubbed Dragon Revenge and the second tallest waterslide on the planet- a 21-meter vertical plunge that’s the treasure of Buccaneer Tower.

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