Thirty miles south of Berlin, inside a massive 16-acre former airship hangar, is Germany’s Tropical Islands Resort, the world’s largest indoor water park.
With themed areas inspired by Bali, Thailand, Borneo and Samoa; multiple pools, lagoons and slides; a full-service spa; a sauna complex; a “tropical sea”; and the largest indoor rainforest in the world with nearly 50,000 plants, Tropical Islands can host up to 8,200 guests at a time.
Tropical Islands is open around the clock, every day of the year. Divided into two main areas, each with its own admission price, you can move around by paying an additional daily charge, with extra fees for mini-golf, the water slide tower, evening shows and overnight accommodations.
New to the resort is an outdoor area called Amazonia, a year-round waterworld with lavish heated-swimming pools, massage pools, bubble lounges and swirl seats.