Waterworld may have been quieter than usual during our 2020 season but that certainly doesn’t mean that our team hasn’t been busy during the last 12 months. In fact, for one of our team members Tracey, she has worked harder than ever to brighten the water park up and has completely re-themed it throughout.
During recent years we felt that Waterworld was missing a strong theme throughout the complex. Over the years our maintenance team have worked hard keeping on top of colour schemes throughout but having already spent millions of pounds on upgrading the complex, adding a new gym, Adventure Mini Golf, 4 brand new thrill rides and a state of the art wave machine, we felt that a quieter 2020 due to COVID-19 provided us with the perfect opportunity to make significant updates and improvements, adding strong theming throughout the Waterpark.
Having studied at Art college, Tracey used her skills and knowledge of the Inca empire and incorporated her expertise into the theming. As you now venture around Waterworld, you can’t help but imagine that you’re embarking on a mountainous jungle hike, set in the Peruvian Andes, leading to the stunning ancient ruins like that of the sacred Machu Picchu. The theming combines an amazing mix of Inca ruins, mountain scenery and subtropical jungles with orchids, Palms of Peru and of course water features.
Our rides have been re-painted using principle colours used in Inca textiles which really has brightened up the whole facility. Having made such a significant investment with our new Inca theming, and seeing it all come together so well, we are really excited to show our guests what has been achieved during the past 12 months.Back to General News