Every visitor crossing the gates of the aquapark will fall for a unique indoor hall of the Tropical Paradise Tatralandia and its Caribbean climate, salt water pools and a fascinating atmosphere. A huge pirate ship is a true copy of a Spanish galleon from the 17th century made according to plans and documents of that time. The ship used for piracy and transport of slaves got stuck on a rocky cliff at the snorkelling pool. It is 29m long, 12m high and 6.5m wide. When entering it, every visitor will be brought several centuries back in time as there is a treasure hidden on the ship along with historical symbols of pirates, a logbook, the exact lane of the voyage, a message in a bottle, authentic flags, functional masts and a prolonged back cabin.
A rotunda – a typical dwelling for tropical hunters will be a place where the world of colonisers meets with a tropical jungle and the world of the natives. The tropical world inside the rotunda will include various artefacts such as native shields, sculptures, weapons or a zebra skin. In the Hall of Hunters, there will be a 7-metre high tree – a symbol of family and fertility growing up in the middle. The jungle will be dominated by a larger-than-life sculpture of a tiger lying on a wooden platform under the tree.
Showpieces in the Hall of Hunters will be joined by a 3-metre long shark hanging upside down 4.5 metres above the ground.
Attractions that children can look forward to include the GoldSplash – a jumping construction that will fill in the space of the FUNPARK. The GoldSplash will contain a goldmine concept – a wooden dam construction resembling a mining tower and a lake for a lagoon with boats.
Another atypical construction that will complete the area and pick up the threads of the Celtic World will be the new widened amphitheatre with a roof to provide more comfort in case of rainy days and to prevent the viewers and spectators from getting blinded by the sun. The number of seats will be increased by 200.
The outer part of the Tropical Paradise will get a new summer look. The area will be decorated by ornamental trees and shrubs, grass, plants and mini accessories. The garden will widen the deckchair space to the exterior and improve the overall look of the area around the aquapark.
Tatry mountain resorts, a.s. is a top subject in the field of tourism in Central and Easter Europe, which itself or via subsidiaries owns and operates attractive ski resorts and hotels in the area of the Low and High Tatras. These include the resort Jasná Low Tatras and the following hotels: Wellness hotel Grand Jasná, Tri studničky and Chalets Záhradky De Luxe. In the High Tatras, TMR owns and operates resorts Tatranská Lomnica, Starý Smokovec and the following hotels: Grandhotel Praha Tatranská Lomnica, Grandhotel Starý Smokovec, Hotel Slovakia and hotel FIS Štrbské Pleso. TMR also co‐operates the resort Štrbské Pleso and since the winter season 2012/2013 it has been leasing the mountain resort Špindlerův Mlýn in the Czech Republic in cooperation with SMMR, a.s.. TMR owns Tatralandia, the largest Slovak aquapark with all-year operation, which offers a lot of water and other entertainment in the Fun Park relax or in a special tropical hall with sea water. It also offers accommodation in bungalows and suites of the Holiday Village Tatralandia. TMR also owns and rents hotels Kosodrevina, Liptov and Ski&Fun Záhradky and Bungalows. More than 144 million Euros were invested by the end of 2012 in the already mentioned resorts, which helps increase the standard and visitor turnout in the Tatras. The TMR shares have been traded on three European stock exchanges – in Bratislava, Prague and Warsaw since 2012.