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PW-JAN20-52-55-Lat-Am.qxp_Layout 1 31/01/2020 14:24 Page 52


Latin America


These two Latin American countries begin the year 2020 with new entertainment alternatives in amusement parks


sustainable energy consumption opened its doors. Astrid González Nariño reports.


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Adrenaline in Blue Park Foz do Iguaçu is a city located at the western end of the state of Paraná, an area known as the “triple border”, due to its proximity to the limits of Brazil with Uruguay and Argentina. There is the Blue Park, which began operations in 2018 and which, according to its owners, will be the largest water


In Brazil, a new stage of the Blue Park, located in Foz do Iguaçu, was launched, while in the Dominican Republic a theme park dedicated to encouraging


park in southern Brazil, with 62,000 square metres of extension. The project is planned in three


stages. The first included a huge artificial beach of 11,000 square metres, with waves up to 1.20 metres high, with nine different movements. It is the third


largest thermal wave beach in the world, according to park managers. Its main attraction is that it feeds on


hot springs. The Blue Park is located on the Guaraní Aquifer, the second largest freshwater reserve in the world, ensuring its perennial supply of crystalline hot springs. The second stage has just arrived with radical attractions, ensuring even more fun and adrenaline for adventure fans.


These are the Fast Falls and Twist Tube slides, which were manufactured and installed by the Canadian company WhiteWater West. Lee Mazolli, the English technician, responsible for


assembling the new attractions, said there was a lot of real evidence in the structure and that everything works within the international standards set by the company. In this regard, he said: “Safety is always the top priority when it comes to having fun with extreme toys. All the tests have been done


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