Aviva Water Park
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Aviva Water Park is an amazing experience to cool off and enjoy a beautiful day. The hours of swimming pools and water attractions are from 11:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. They offer many activities for the whole family.
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Live the sensation of being in the sea and get carried away by the waves in the only Pool with Waves of Viña del Mar suitable for the whole family. Their animator with his unmistakable alarm will let you know, at every hour, the exact moment to enjoy the waves and to run! But attention because at 5:00 p.m. the swells reach the coast of Aviva, the biggest waves of the day are activated, 100% safe swells only for over 18 years and children under adult supervision.
This 2017 a New Zone for the adventurers of Aviva was born! They have created a playground for young children, so that the bucket of water refreshes them all and you can immerse yourself in water slips regardless of age.
Slide in the double rafts as many times as you want and if your partner gives up then it's time to play again in the individual rafts. Keep an eye on the instructions that the trained instructor will give you to make your tour perfect!
The invitation is to enjoy the Park from the heights! You can tour all the pools from end to end from the air. Their specialized team will indicate the correct posture of the body throughout the journey, consider each advice so you can live an unforgettable experience. This extreme zip line is only suitable for over 5 years, they advise you not to think twice and be enchanted by the quiet flight of Aviva.
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