Six Flags Hurricane Harbor is the first Six Flags park in Mexico Six Flags has collaborated with its long time partner Aquatic Development Group (ADG) to open its first site in Mexico.
The site in Oaxtepec, Mexico, originally a state park, was acquired by the American amusement park company in 2015, with extensive renovation work taking place throughout 2016.
One of its main attractions is a 30, 675 sq ft (9350 sq m) wave pool, the largest in Latin America. It is operated by ADG’s Wavetek wave system and can create waves of varying patterns measuring up to 2.5 ft (0.7 m) tall.
Other attractions include a 2000 ft (610 m) adventure river, a play area for younger children and nine ADG waterslides.
Six Flags has plans to expand the resort with additional rides and a hotel.
Supplier: Aquatic Development Group CahoesNew YorkUSA The Aquatic Development Group Inc is a one of a kind entity comprised of seven affiliated companies. Each is recognized as the leading innovator in a specific segment of the aquatic industry, working together to provide better products and services. Web: www.aquaticgroup.com
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