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Badelandet Photo: Dyreparken Badelandet Photo: Dyreparken
Badelandet Photo: Dyreparken
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Description

Water slides and pools
Badelandet is the zoo's closest neighbor, it has 12 slides and 12 attractions / pools. Eight of the slides are outdoors, three are indoors. The largest slide has a height drop of 14 meters. The "Overfloden" is 230 meters long.

Badelandet island is just under 23 acres. The indoor facility is 1800 square meters large, including locker rooms and showers. There are total of 750 lockers inside and outside.

Outlets:

vannlinja (The water line): Pizza Restaurant

Teina: Fast food

The Iceberg: soft ice cream, ice cream cone and milkshake.

Gulf Stream: This is a real slushy factory, with slush in all imaginable flavors.

Sunniva juice bar: Here you will find refreshing juice and fresh fruit.

under the pier: In the store you can buy everything you need for a day in the Pool. We have included swimwear for adults and children, towels, swimming toys, sunscreen, sunglasses and souvenirs.

The Anchor: Here is a selection of best sellers from under the pier.

Pharmacy: Here sunscreen and wound care products can be purchased.

Age limit / height restrictions
Several of the slides and attractions have height restrictions. Children under 10 years of age and children whom lack sufficient swmming skills must be accompanied by an adult over 18 years.

Opening hours 2012:
Open every day from th of 31 March - 14th of October.
High season / early summer / late summer / mid season at 10-19. Low season at 15-19

See badelandet.no for hours in the different periods

Tickets:
Badelandet is its own park next to the zoo. You can buy individual tickets for each of the parks. Combination Tickets and combined annual year cards grants access to both parks. A day pass for children in the water park costs NOK 230- during the high season, while for an adult costs NOK 260,- During the low season tickets will cost NOK 120,- for children and NOK 140,- for adults. We only sell day passes to the water park, two or three-day tickets are not sold. for a complete overview of all prices visit badelandet.no

Tickets
Booking of Captain Sabertooth tickets and accommodation: Tel: 97 05 98 00 or billettservice.no tel 815 33 133 Booking of day passes, two-day and year passes: dyreparken.no.

USEFUL INFO
Parking: There is good parking near the entrances. From 18.6 to 14.8. it costs NOK 40,- to park in the designated parking spaces. (Season ticket holders park for free).

Trolleys and carts: Rental of carts, strollers, twin strollers and wheelchairs.

Dog Luggage: Due to infection, it is strictly forbidden to bring animals into the zoo / Pool Area. We have space for dogs at the main entrance

Location:
Kristiansand Zoo is located 12 kilometers east of Kristiansand, close to E-18

Bus: From the center of Kristiansand (Henrik Wergeland Street), take bus No. 01 to M1 or zoo. These go approx. four times an hour. From the 6 / 6 to 22 / 8 the bus also drives on Sundays.

Facilities

  • General facilities

    • café
    • sun terrace

Categories

  • Bathing Bathing
  • Theme parks Theme parks

Hours

4/12/2014 - 10/12/2014
Mon - Sun
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Badelandet

Water slides and pools Badelandet is the zoo's closest neighbor, it has 12 slides and 12 attractions / pools. Eight of the slides are outdoors, three...

Badelandet

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