Zoomarine marine theme park in Guia has announced that it will be reopening on Wednesday, June 10 – a bank holiday to celebrate Portugal Day – albeit with a series of new rules and restrictions.
Tickets must be purchased beforehand and clients must complete an online check-in.
Says Zoomarine, this will help guarantee the theme park “does not surpass one-third of its visitor capacity”.
Zoomarine has also obtained the ‘Clean & Safe’ certification which ensures it will follow all hygiene and safety recommendations from the national tourism authority Turismo de Portugal.
All visitors will be asked to respect social distancing etiquette and pay with contactless cards whenever possible when making purchases inside the park. Wearing a mask will also be mandatory. Additionally, all areas of the park will be cleaned and disinfected regularly.
Zoomarine is also equipped with temperature-measuring systems and has also reinforced its first aid team, created its own contingency plan approved by the national health board and strengthened its communication with visitors in order to guarantee that everyone can “safely enjoy a fantastic day, filled with smiles, magic and environmental education”.
Tickets cost €26 for adults and €19 for children and senior citizens.