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Splashin' Safari Fact Sheet
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: 20 September, 2007
MEDIA CONTACT: Paula Werne, 812-937-5209; firstname.lastname@example.org
Splashin' Safari Fact Sheet
SANTA CLAUS, IN-----Splashin' Safari, voted the World's #2 Water Park by the readers of Amusement Today in 2002 through '07, includes the following:
Kima Bay: A huge monkey-themed family water-play attraction with seven water slides and more than 100 interactive water elements. Kima means "monkey" in Swahili.
Bakuli: Seven stories high, Bakuli starts as an in-the-dark water slide and drops into a 60-foot-wide steep-sided bowl for a spiraling finish. Bakuli is the Swahili word for bowl.
Bahari: A themed 30,000-square-foot family wave pool with geysers, sprays, and other play elements.
Bahari River: This themed action river includes a canyon with a waterfall, spray tunnels and other spray elements. The river is 1,100' long, 20' wide and 28" deep.
Jungle Racer: These ten racing slides, measuring 314 feet, have an overall drop of five stories.
Jungle Jets: An 80' x 130' "sprayground" with jets, geysers, water cannons, spray arches and more.
Zinga: Eight stories tall, this family water ride starts with a 336-feet-long water slide. A steep drop propels the "clover leaf" inner tubes into a six-story-tall funnel. Riders zoom back and forth up the sides of the huge funnel and exit through a tunnel.
ZOOMbabwe: The World's Largest Enclosed Water Slide is 887-feet long and 102-feet tall. It is totally enclosed, creating complete darkness during the 50-second family raft ride.
Monsoon Lagoon: Approximately the size of a basketball court, Monsoon Lagoon is an interactive, multi-level, family water-play complex, with 60 ways to get wet plus four water slides.
Otorongo: Named for the rare Peruvian jaguar, the Otorongo is a three-slide water slide complex. The three slides offer three distinctly different rides with four-story drops; the slides are enclosed and opaque, creating fast, steep, in-the-dark inner-tube rides.
Watubee: This family water adventure takes entire families on a 625-foot raft ride, with an overall drop of 60 feet.
The Wave: The Wave is a state-of-the-art, 18,000-square-foot wave pool. The computer-controlled wave system creates 8 different wave patterns. Water depth varies from zero-depth entry to six feet.
Butterfly Bay: Adjacent to The Wave, this 3,000-square-foot gentle-wave pool is designed for small children, with a maximum water depth of 18 inches.
Congo River: Guests float in inner tubes along this action river, with a spray arch tunnel, 3 bridges with water curtains, a bubbler, and a raindrop. The river is 750' long, 14' wide, and 28" deep.
Water Slides: The AmaZOOM enclosed slide measures 54 inches in diameter and 296 feet long. The Bamboo Chute open slide measures 84 inches wide by 344 feet long.
Crocodile Isle: The children's activity pool, for children under 54 inches tall, is actually two pools, totaling 2,800 square feet, connected by two water slides. The pools' features include three animal slides, a bubbling fountain, and spray jets. The average water depth at Crocodile Isle is 12 inches.
Free Inner Tubes & Sunscreen: Inner tubes, which are required on the Congo River and some water slides, are always free. Sunscreen and soft drinks are also free in Splashin' Safari.
Size: Splashin' Safari covers approximately 25 acres.
Media Contact: Paula Werne at 812-937-5209 or email email@example.com.