8 of the top new theme parks in the globe

Many families are visiting theme parks both domestically and overseas as those of us in the Northern Hemisphere. Take advantage of the remaining few days of summer.

The previous two years have seen a number of new parks open across the globe, keeping things interesting with either unexpectedly subdued natural environments or, on the other extreme, jaw-dropping, hair-raising, all-consuming activities.

Here’s a look at some of the most notable new theme parks for those priceless family experiences, from the incredibly subtle and strange, like Ghibli Park in Japan, to a tidal wave of pleasure at Columbia Pictures Aquaverse in Thailand.

Punta Cana, Dominican Republic’s Katmandu Park
At Katmandu Park in Punta Cana, you may explore the remote regions of the Himalayas while vacationing in the Caribbean.

The park, which debuted in March 2023 on the Dominican Republic’s east coast, is rife with legend and mystery.

Legend has it that while exploring Nepal, explorer Kilgore Goode came across the “Desirata” jewel, which was guard by a vicious yeti. However, the revelation flipped everything on its head.

Theme Parks

In order to fully immerse visitors in this enchanted realm, Katmandu Punta Cana forgoes more traditional boomerang and twister coasters in favor of interactive, tech-savvy indoor attractions.

For instance, “Legend of the Desirata,” a 4D dark ride, tells the history of the brand using sensory, lighting, and projection effects.

EtherQuest is another popular attraction. During this interactive walk-through experience, visitors battle an army of wick in the “upside-down house” while being immers in cutting-edge projection technology while using blasters and other props.

Not to be outdone is the “Challenge of the Mad Mage,” which allows each visitor to engage in a blaster battle during an absurd game of chess while being immersed in wind, vibration, and mist sensations.

Along with the immersive rides, visitors may enjoy a mini golf course designed to look like the Himalayas, course, climbing walls, and a fanciful carousel for smaller adventurers.

Av. Alemania, Punta Cana 23000, Dominican Republic; Katmandu Park, Punta Cana. Adult tickets start at $120, and child passes are $85 for one usage.

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