Are you a water baby and an adrenaline junkie? Then you’ve come to the right place. Here you’ll find some of the best water parks in the world. Take a look to see what’s made our list and feel inspired to go and visit water parks that set themselves apart from others by waves. Read on.

Tropical Islands, Germany

Who would have thought that Germany would be home to one of the best water parks? Situated in Brandenburg is Tropical Islands, a spectacular resort that features tropical pools, beaches and a rainforest. But that’s not all. The dome, which is one of the largest buildings in the world, (by volume) has a tropical sea three times the size of an Olympic swimming pool! Still not impressed? The 27 metre high waterslide tower speeds riders along at 43.5 mph – now that’s fast! There is so much to do at this attraction but you need to explore this tropical world for yourself, it’s definitely worth a visit.

Beach Park, Brazil


(image: Hotel Amuarama)

The name of this water park may not be anything special but you know what they say – never judge a book by its cover! Or a water park by its name… This Brazilian water park and tourist resort is the definition of aquatic fun. Why? Beach Park features acres of stimulation, thrills, and adventure. It boasts an abundance of water activities and rides including the world’s tallest and fastest water slide: Insano. Slide down from 135 foot high and plummet downwards at a speed of 65 mph, you’ll no doubt experience a buzz! This hair-raising water slide makes Beach Park a resort you won’t want to miss out on.

Siam Park, Spain


(image: Palm Beach Club Tenerife)

Tenerife’s Siam Park is quickly becoming one of the world’s best water parks, even though it opened its doors in 2008. What does this mean? A visit to this remarkable attraction is a ‘must’. The Thai-inspired water park features every single sort of water-related entertainment you can imagine, making it a winning choice when it comes to choosing an aquatic attraction. So what does this beautiful water park have to offer? The Tower of Power is Siam Park’s most iconic feature and it’s no wonder why when you plunge down the almost vertical 28m drop, practically free falling, and wait for it, pass through an aquarium that’s home to sharks and stingrays! Siam Park also has the world’s largest wave pool, with waves that reach 3 metres high! It’s no wonder this water park is a big hit with both holiday makers and residents. So there you have it, now you know three of the best water parks to visit. It’s doubtful that your swimming pools will live up to the ones at these water parks but you can certainly do your best to make the most of them with our Pool and Spa Sparkle.