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Tropical Islands waterpark with indoor rainforest - Germany now from €49pp (was €120) Example Fam 4 for 3 nights in room with WC & Extras including flights from approx £93pp @ Justaway
Tropical Islands waterpark with indoor rainforest - Germany now from €49pp (was €120) Example Fam 4 for 3 nights in room with WC & Extras including flights from approx £93pp @ Justaway

Tropical Islands waterpark with indoor rainforest - Germany now from €49pp (was €120) Example Fam 4 for 3 nights in room with WC & Extras including flights from approx £93pp @ Justaway

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Note, can be had cheaper depends on what option you choose, how many days you stay and extras etc ,also flight cost can vary ,example i found a flight via ryanair 7th March for a family four RETURN for £104 all in

Note the site is in German but pretty easy to navigate, can also copy over text to google translate if you find it easier

This place looks amazing!

An expedition through the tropical rainforest, a stroll along the beach of the South Seas, the water slide, a buffet in the Sawadee, the elegant Thai house - and much more is possible in the tropical island of Krausnick. Set off in the enchanting Bali lagoon, you can enjoy sandstones, palm trees, typical monkey cliffs and Balinese huts. Or build sandcastles on the 200-meter-long beach of the South Seas. Look forward to a Mediterranean ambience full of surprises. The choice of attractions is great, the fun of it is much bigger. You can stay either in a cozy tent, directly in the tropical landscape or in the comfortable room

You can get the bus outside Berlin Tegel airport, then change at Berlin Central Berlin change on to the train - times do vary so check before you travel.

you can also book via hoppa for a private transfer hoppa.com/en/ code TRANSFER20 should knock 20% off or get a taxi outside the airport but think that'll be more expensive.

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23 Comments

Looks excellent, but don't go expecting to get a sun lounger ...

That looks great, but would you want 3 nights?

I was there few year ago. You can meet in Sauna plenty of old German Milfs.

M_z

Looks excellent, but don't go expecting to get a sun lounger ...



Do you know where this saying came from (I think Only Fools and Horses?) as I have never seen Germans nicking all the Sun Loungers ever, just curious if it is based loosely on any fact, or just the 80's UK Humour of taking the mickey out of the Germans?

Aeschylus

Do you know where this saying came from (I think Only Fools and Horses?) … Do you know where this saying came from (I think Only Fools and Horses?) as I have never seen Germans nicking all the Sun Loungers ever, just curious if it is based loosely on any fact, or just the 80's UK Humour of taking the mickey out of the Germans?



I think its based on observation in mediterranean resorts, basically Germans are more likely to get out of bed earlier than the British.

Sliwka

I was there few year ago. You can meet in Sauna plenty of old German … I was there few year ago. You can meet in Sauna plenty of old German Milfs.



​is that how you managed to get an EU residency?

Looks just like the sandcastle at Blackpool

Centre parcs on steroids

M_z

Looks excellent, but don't go expecting to get a sun lounger ...


As the Brits will have reserved them all! IME

This is the one built in a massive old zepplin hangar, no?

Aeschylus

Do you know where this saying came from (I think Only Fools and Horses?) … Do you know where this saying came from (I think Only Fools and Horses?) as I have never seen Germans nicking all the Sun Loungers ever, just curious if it is based loosely on any fact, or just the 80's UK Humour of taking the mickey out of the Germans?


20-30 years ago in Spain the German's would put their towels on the loungers in the middle of the night. We used to get up early and through their towels in the pool. X)

Rickardo

This is the one built in a massive old zepplin hangar, no?



It was built in the 90s for a modern airship company who went bust. Tropical Island was built in the 2000s.

I have been twice while visiting people in the area, it's a really nice place to visit and you could fill three days if you are into beach/water park stuff. The building is incredible, it's so vast with lots of different areas, you could spend a day there and not cross paths with other people. I'd suggest that children are not left unaccompanied since the lifeguarding is (IMO) quite scarce and liberal.

There is a new outdoor rapids that is frankly quite dangerous and would probably not be allowed in the UK Likewise they have a blue water slide that is pretty violent and has left me with bruises!

M_z

I think its based on observation in mediterranean resorts, basically … I think its based on observation in mediterranean resorts, basically Germans are more likely to get out of bed earlier than the British.



I like to think I'm not "-ist" in any way.
But the classic holiday in the late 80s/90s was you'd go down for breakfast, the poolside would be totally empty, and every single sun lounger would have a towel on it.

When 'we' (ie, normal people) started to go on holiday abroad it was a complete eye-opener. They'd leave their towel on, go out for the day and then come back at 4pm to sit on the lounger....and then repeat the next day.
I think 'normal' Germans were going on holiday before 'normal' Brits and were just more wised up.

So while it might sound a bit Alf Garnet, it was born out of reality.
Hotels in the 90s started to implement policies where towels left for hours would have them removed.
Then when I started to go on holiday with my mates around the same time we'd just throw them in the pool.
I've not been on a package holiday since the 90s...no idea what it's like now.
Edited by: "ourdave" 10th Feb

ourdave

I like to think I'm not "-ist" in any way.But the classic holiday in the … I like to think I'm not "-ist" in any way.But the classic holiday in the late 80s/90s was you'd go down for breakfast, the poolside would be totally empty, and every single sun lounger would have a towel on it.When 'we' (ie, normal people) started to go on holiday abroad it was a complete eye-opener. They'd leave their towel on, go out for the day and then come back at 4pm to sit on the lounger....and then repeat the next day.I think 'normal' Germans were going on holiday before 'normal' Brits and were just more wised up.So while it might sound a bit Alf Garnet, it was born out of reality.Hotels in the 90s started to implement policies where towels left for hours would have them removed.Then when I started to go on holiday with my mates around the same time we'd just throw them in the pool.I've not been on a package holiday since the 90s...no idea what it's like now.


So, you are a normal Brit and were throwing towels in the pool, so what were the un-normal Brits doing?

cant get it for that price? x

having not long returned from Hurghada the german getting all the sunbeds is still a problem, so not just Mediterranean , u just have to try and beat them at their own game

this place is amazing! I am originally from that area and can only recommend it.
Make sure to NOT go in the summer though as it will be too hot. anytime between October - may is fine. after that it may get too hot and humid in there

So refreshing to read peoples' views on it here! Been wanting to go there for a while now, but reading nearly exclusively negative reviews from German visitors has made me shy away more than once. Maybe I'll finally give it a try!

tanjawest

cant get it for that price? x


Me neither?

parkypne

So, you are a normal Brit and were throwing towels in the pool, so what … So, you are a normal Brit and were throwing towels in the pool, so what were the un-normal Brits doing?


I was 18 and fuelled with lager and righteous indignation.
Towels left for hours offended me, so I justified the throwing in the pool by saying it was for 'poor kiddies and old ladies' so they could have a sun lounger.

The cheapest is 49 euros, per person, per night, in a tent.

EDIT: Correct me if I'm wrong, but even in the pictures linked by OP, it is ~289 euros per person for 3 nights. Click continue and it all ends up being 1k+ for 4.
Edited by: "branderainforest" 11th Feb
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