Guia’s Zoomarine theme park will reopen on Thursday, March 9, promising a new attraction for the summer season and a sharper focus on sustainability.
“Over the years, the word ‘new’ has become inseparable from Zoomarine,” the theme park says in a statement to the press, adding that it makes an effort to present new attractions to visitors every year.
“The launch of the brand-new attraction of 2023 is already being prepared, representing one of the most beautiful birds in Latin America, the resplendent Quetzal. This new water slide, unique in the country, is scheduled to open in June,” Zoomarine says, promising a “refreshing adrenaline experience along its more than 178 metres”.
The theme park is also doubling down on its “environmental responsibility mission”, which it says is already in the second phase of its decarbonisation journey.
“The installation of 2,550 new panels at the new self-consumption photovoltaic power plant, together with its predecessor, will cover 50% of the theme park’s energy needs. The park’s vehicle fleet also has two more 100% electric vehicles, adding up to seven vehicles, whose energy is ensured by a new intelligent charging point,” Zoomarine adds.
Last but not least, the theme park has decided to extend its opening season until November 25.
Early-bird tickets are up for sale with a 20% discount, costing €24 for adults and €16 for children (aged 10 or younger) and seniors (65 or older) until March 8.