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For now, Vidanta is tight-lipped about what the park will include. But what we do know:. They're also touting a huge boon for tourism in the area. The park is estimated to draw 1 million visits in the first phase of opening, and an estimated 2. Naturally, the effect on jobs is expected to be ificant, as well. Some 50 million people live in the surrounding mile radius from the Nuevo Vallarta development. The best information released so far, though, might be these mockups of the park, which make it look a little like Mayan ruins interspersed with water features and ADA-approved walkways.
And maybe some psychedelic tea. No word on what rides might be included, if there will be special house shows, or, most importantly, pricing. But if these drawings are any indication, it's going to be the most spectacular theme park to ever land in Mexico. And, hopefully, the lines won't be too long. Courtesy of Vidanta Riviera Maya. It will have three hotels feature a range of components -- a mix of interactive theater with water features, VIP hydrotherapy circuit for adults, experiential and interactive entertainment experiences, and embedded CDS actors.
The park is meant to look like it sprouted up from the ground and will be overwhelmingly lush and green. Matt Meltzer is a staff writer with Thrillist. Follow him on Instagram meltrez1. Make Fun. Thrillist Serves. Social Media Links.Looking for Mexico park
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