We brought sunblock lotions and sun-protective hats to protect us from the scorching heat of the sun and from the damaging UV rays. You might want to check out the baby boy hats perfect for the summer. A hat protects the head, hair, eyes, neck and face when the sun is strong.
We decided to get a nipa hut near the Water Wahoo, an ankle-deep wading pool with a kiddie slide and sprinklers. The playground nearby keeps the kids active and happy as the adults get good massage from its water spa sprinklers. This is actually one the two swimming pools. The other pool is Agos Grandes.
Agos Grandes is the main pool with artificial waves. It is the only pool where you can enjoy swimming in and where inflatables/kayaks can be used. It looks like a real beach with a white sand shoreline and palm trees. It provides the ample space for enjoyment of beach volleyball.
Balsa River is a lazy-river style attraction where you can float on tubes along a circular path, propelled by a current of water.
Other amenities include Wall Climbing, Zipline Ride, Kiddie paddle boat and Kayaking Session.
Rio Montanosa is a family raft ride that I like. The Big Bam Boo is a thrilling covered tunnel ride that sends you into pure excitement. The King Pilipit is a swirling slide ride for two that drops you in a pool. The Magellan's Drop mimics a surf ride like no other! It was really worth the long line queue.
Overall, we enjoyed riding the different slides though it was exhausting climbing the stairs with inflatables. How convenient would it be if these floats were made available at the top. It is quite disappointing that these water attractions now follow a certain schedule.
So to maximize your enjoyment at the waterpark, take time to check out the ride schedules. No food and drinks are allowed inside the theme park is another thing that you should take note of. Other than these, the P299 per head entrance makes it a good deal. Visit Splash Island soon!
Splash Island Spa & Resort