Aquafan, Tigre

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#7 of 11 in Theme Parks in Province of Buenos Aires
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  • Hi I read the experiences, the poor majority, but we decided to send us equal. We carry a juice to bring down us no pressure by the heat, but they made us throw away it when you enter. In 100/150 pesos sell juice yourself. The entrance costs $452 per person. Includes 6 games more pool (has sand as they say, or waves) misleading advertising. Games they need to care, they have water loss, water slides when t strips you hurt over all "the abyss", when you complain like many do say that they monitor them on a daily basis. The Park is small, and attractions are quite precarious, not worth more than $250 (entrance to any swimming pool in summer). The cost of lunch is $250 per person. And at 18 cut entering the games, when the advertising is up to 19. "AQUAMENTIRA" very well said, pure complaints within the Park, understaffed, and my great and remarkable complaint is about fruit ELIZABETH"a security personnel, that people were complaining by corporates issues and she answered wrong saying that he was in charge of the Park, and each one gave him his name and surname by clarifying that the complaints do her nothing. Good luck I hope that they have served.
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  • We went on a Friday, best day to have tranquility with the services offered. We bought a package with Femme travel in Florida with transfer, better price than in site as Takeoff, difference of R $350.00 total (were 05). The Park opens at 11:00 and the kids loved it. The water park is better choice than La Costa Park in summer because the sun scorches and the queues are great. We like a lot. We left around 15:30 and see some of the city's Tiger very pretty. We did stop at a bar and ate some yummy snacks to wait for the bus tour.
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  • Do they do any type of review medical or something before you go to the Park? or leave you pass directly?
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  • I came with my spouse and 11-year-old son. A wonderful place. In very reasonable prices. We rented a sector of carp on the first floor for $450 comfortable and recommendable. You can enter with Matt but not with food. Waiting for slides a little slow but still was within reasonable range. RECOMMENDED
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  • I went on December 29. We arrived at 11:30 (30 min after opening), and the queues were huge, the vast majority of the people waiting for the Sun (37° C). The open ticket were 5 of the 21 available. When one finally arrives at the box office (50 minutes later), an employee, which cannot be seen through a very polarized glass, reluctantly sells the tickets. Hence the control of bags, also a tail, is about 15 minutes. When inspecting here that people do not enter meals or drinks to the Park. At lunchtime, the queues to buy a mediocre meal, were worse than the income. We had 65 minutes to make the order and 30 minutes more to remove what I had bought. However, the worst lunch wasn't waiting the ill treatment of the staff, which was a constant. If a day of heat do not have another better program that go to Aquafan, think 2 times. If you still want to go, I recommend you do so with patience and great tolerance for poorly educated employees who have.
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  • Very cute place. Funny. Still needs more places of shadow, and put athermic floors because you can burn you feet since you can not enter the attractions with flip flops
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  • For my taste it is missing green. It has great pools but much cement and pottery around the Central magnificent. The slides are not very confident but I didn't use them by what I can not speak with property. Anyway is a cute summer water park, but as I said most aquatic park.
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  • It has a swimming pool for children with games very attractive for them. One heated pool, other than, I think, each time they put waves. Three slides of different types (one type snail, one very high and another to pull belly). I went on Wednesday 3/1 were about 10 families in the box with a 30 min in the tail enabled box. I did not use the slides, so any other pool seems suitable to me. Wednesday there were major queues at the games and the vats full of people the weekend must be impossible to be with so many people
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Tigre and its delta surroundings are chock-full of choices for accommodations thanks to their popularity with visitors both foreign and domestic. The city center around the Tigre River features a number of smaller-scale apartments and family-run bed and breakfasts, while the areas closer to the delta itself are more beach-oriented. If you're looking to enjoy the area's famously lush nature, check out a "cabana"--these rustic cabins are omnipresent in the forests and marshes around town, and allow you to wake up with the canals and trees of the delta right at your doorstep. Since many of these countryside accommodations are only accessible by boat, they usually provide most meals. Keep in mind that more rustic charm in this case can also mean hordes of mosquitos at night.
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