Waterpark Profile

Russia’s largest indoor water park

LetoLeto Water Park, located in Tyumen, Russia, opened its doors to guests earlier this summer. The largest indoor water park in Russia, one of its key aims is to help promote and develop tourism in the Tyumen area. The city is located on the Tura River, in the vast Russian region of Siberia, 2,500 kilometres east of Moscow.


The waterpark industry in Russia is bourgeoning, and Polin Waterparks, based in Turkey, opened an office in the country several years ago specifically to manage the development facilities and to best serve the waterpark industry in the region. Now a leader in bringing waterpark attractions to the country, Polin's previous installations include the Gorki Indoor Waterpark just outside Ryazan, the H20 Waterpark in Rostov- on-Don, as well as many more in different Russian cities. For a full list, take a look at Polin’s Google Maps application at

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illed as having a tropical climate (probably advisable, in Siberia) LetoLeto is a project created by global leader in water slide technology Polin Waterparks. The

largest water park in Russia, its opening marked the end of three years of great work on the facility in partnership with local investment group Sibentel Holding. On June 7, LetoLeto Aqua Park hosted several hundred people at the technical opening of the park, before the entertainment complex officially opened to guests on June 8. The park welcomed the provincial governor of the Tyumen region, Alexander Moore, amongst the guests attending the launch. Before pressing the start button at the water park, Moore took

a tour through the water park to inspect the facilities at the entertainment comple, along with speaker of the regional Duma Sergey Korepanov, Senator Stepan Kirichuk, ex-Governor of Yamal Yuriy Neelov, and other deputies and officials including the four deputy governors of the Tyumen region.

Fun for all the family The water park contains several dozen water attractions, and has an air temperature of approximately 28-29 degrees. The length of all the park’s water slides together totals 1 kilometre of thrilling speed slides and sudden curves, with the height of the most extreme reaching an exhilarating 21 metres. Other attractions include 750 sq m of wave pool with four programmable modes; 570 cubic metres of Lazy River with a

three kilometre per hour flow speed, and one of the biggest kids zone in Russia. An on-site bistro offers refreshment to the waterpark daily capacity of 2500 guests, and a four-star hotel nearby boasts a gourmet restaurant. The hotel and the water park are fully adapted for people with disabilities. Among the waterslides completed for the 10,000-square-

metre facility, Polin Waterparks installed three of its most popular attractions: Turbo Lance, Windigo and Magic Hole. Turbo Lance, one of Polin’s extreme slides, is a combination

of Polin Flying Boats and Polin Wave Slide and is specially designed for guests to experience the rush of different sliding paths. A steep drop down is followed by uphill propulsion, a reverse path over a bump and a finish in a splash pool. Windigo, meanwhile, is a sophisticated, high speed mat

racer slide that begins with enclosed aquatube slides before transforming into high speed multiracer lanes. It can be ridden standard or head-first, and its high capacity helps with queue management.

Magic Hole is an enclosed slide with a unique elliptical shape and flat bottom, designed to deliver an unforgettable ride experience with twists, turns and drops. Riders can use Magic Hole with single, double, or triple inner tubes, or even family boats that seat four, which provides a more dynamic, social slide experience. A separate children's area is available for the youngest guests, and several large pools offer more relaxed recreation, including a wave pool.


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