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Waterparks

Wet’n’Wild Waterpark, Limassol

 All the rides, tubes and chutes you can imagine in this family friendly attraction.

Open April – October 10m -6pm daily

Tel: 2531 8500

Aphrodite Waterpark, Gerospikou east of Paphos

Open April – October 10am -6pm daily

Tel: 2691 3638

 

Octopus Aqua Park, 5km east of Kyrenia

This is the only waterpark in North Cyprus. Has a bouncy castle pub, restaurant as well as the usual pools and rides.

Open daily

Tel; 0542 8539764

Animal Fun

Donkey Sanctuary

This is run by two Brits who now live in Cyprus. Located in Vouni, 36km northwest of Limassol.

Open daily 10am – 4pm
Tel; 2594 5488

Snake George’s Reptile Park

This park tries to improve public understanding of snakes by showing them in their specific habitats. A day out all the family can enjoy.

15km north of Paphos on the coast road.

Open daily 10am – sunset

Tel: 9998 7685

Camel Park

Lots of info about camels with the chance to take a ride on one. You can also take a swim in the pool.

Mazatos, 20km southwest of Larnaka

 Open daily 8am -6pm

 Tel: 2499 1243

Luna Parks

There are Luna Parks in all the major towns in Cyprus. They are funfairs with free admission but you will have to pay for the more exciting rides.

Open daily approx 9.30am -8pm (though times may vary) often open later at weekends.

Ayia Napa Luna Park

Ayia Napa has two Luna parks, one next to Waterworld and one about 800m west of the monastery.

Ayia Thekla Road and off Nissi Avenue

Larnaka Luna Parks

One at the Municipal Gardens and one on the airport road.

Limassol Luna Park

There are two parks- one next to the Roussos Beach Hotel and the other at Christaki Kranou Street

 

Paphos Luna Parks

Two parks in Paphos - one at Apostolou Avenue and one at Tourist Office Beach, east of the seafront.

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