Hot Park, Rio Quente

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More than 20 water attractions at Hot Park offer adventure for every member of your family, from your most daring adult companions and biggest kids to your youngest little ones. Even the most daring and unafraid of your group will appreciate Xpirado as they make their 32 m (105 ft) descent down a 142 m (466 ft) slide into a pond full of flesh-eating piranhas--but don't worry, the conditions are safe, but death defying all the same.

You'll be surprised just how much your kids will love the pool that has a giant bucket that they can use to throw hot water onto everyone. For a rest, grab a tube and head out for a float along the 238 m (780 ft) lazy river that meanders past garden landscapes and warm waterfalls. Catch a show at Bird Land to watch flamingos, pheasants, hawks, parrots, and more perform flying acrobatics above your head. Added attractions include a multi-team game of paintball designed for older children, teens, and adults.

Children and adults can learn to surf at the Newbie Surf pool, climb mountains at the Climbing and Rapel area, and learn how to catch fish ecologically at Eco Fishing. Allow yourself to freefall into a lake at Hot Fly or fly down the largest slide in Brazil on the Half Pipe. There are so many attractions for all ages that we can hardly mention them all. But, one that is sure to catch your attention is the Ecological Dive allowing you to search for hidden treasures wearing a full diving mask and gear. Hot Park is just one of the many highlights you can arrange to see using our international travel planner, Rio Quente Edition.
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  • Great option for those who want to spend a honeymoon, for example, I went, I met and just enjoyed every moment, every second! I want to go back sometimes, super quiet place for those seeking tranquility and peace too! my calls on @apofontin my #15kafé hashtag. Kisses
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  • Park with everything which is entitled: fun for all tastes, from the most radical to the more peaceful, to adventurers and for the whole family. Has two restaurants, a free buffet for R $45 and R $69 other/kilo. The restaurant the pound has few options for food. Drinks, ice creams and popsicles are expensive in the Park, least coconut water which resembles the price charged on the beaches of Rio de Janeiro.
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  • It was an incredible experience in family, a great time was had by all, from children to the elderly. The Park is very well maintained and organized, with radical entertainment options and quiet. For us it was very advantageous partnership with the Km benefits of Ipiranga, worth every penny spent.
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  • Great place to take kids. Or hang out with adult friends.
  • It's a really beauty place. Some things are so much exoensive including food. But all the plays are awesome! The toboggan is higher and I got tired go upstairs but with it. Half pipe is the best one! But you need a friend to go with you. They have great alcoholic drinks. They have coconut water. You can keep your things in a safe box. You can buy a lot of things in there swimsuit, sunglasses, purse, flip flops. Many things are translated in English and that's well. Need to bring a bug spray if you want to get in the woods after they close the park. And don't forget sunscreen.
  • Awesome place. A lot of fun with kids.
  • Awesome, but what’s the address...
  • Lots of different attractions, from the most radical ones to nice places to spend the day with kids.

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Where to stay in Rio Quente

With its high popularity among tourists, there's no shortage of places to stay in Rio Quente. You can find a few smaller budget hotels around town, as well as a decent selection of inns and private rentals. However, if you're coming to Rio Quente to experience the famous thermal springs, you're almost obligated to stay at one of the town's large resorts. These sites offer access to private natural springs where you can soak away your stress and drink in your surroundings in luxury. Reserve your room in advance to avoid disappointment.
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