Egypt inaugurates largest water park in Middle East

Egypt’s Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities inaugurated the largest water park in the Middle East, Neverland City built by Pickalbatros Group as it located in Hurghada city on the Red Sea coast.

It became a tourist destination that prides itself on the most prominent entertainment hub presenting the newest water slides worldwide with more than 100 water games and 48 swimming pools for all family members.

Neverland is the latest addition to the growing Pickalbatros Hotels and Resorts portfolio including more than 30 hotels, 14,000 rooms, and 12,000 employees located in prime destinations in Egypt and Morocco.

The Neverland City features a group of slides designed and installed by Polin Waterparks to allow guests raising the adrenaline levels with Polin’s award-winning waterslide, King Cobra – one of the most impressive waterslides in the world.

In addition to that the water park has the first facility in Egypt to have Surf Safari, Storm Racer, Splash Course, and Surf Pool.

There are many unmatched attractions including the Pirate Ship with five slides that includes numerous fun elements to keep kids busy, such as tipping buckets, slides, net climbs, and water cannons.

Pickalbatros Group has been one of the leading groups in the field of tourism and hospitality since 1992 and it has been giving exceptional numbers to the tourism industry for more than 30 years.

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