Queen of the Deccan, Oxford of the East and the cultural capital of Maharashtra, Pune is amongst the many popular tourists destinations in the country. Also known as Punya Nagari, Pune is the second largest city in the state of Maharashtra in Western India. The city comes with a strong historic background. Every year, tourists in large numbers from all across the globe come to Pune to admire all that it has to offer to them. Being the long-standing bastion of the Maratha empire and home to the legendary Raja Shivaji, Pune is marked by magnificent, forts and monuments. The British rule also has its memories scattered around the city. Being surrounded by lush green hills and beautiful lakes, Pune always has a pleasant climate and is among the greenest urban areas in India. While Pune is famous for its various monuments such as The Osho International Commune, Aga Khan Palace, Shindyanchi Chhatri, Parvati Hill and Temple, and Lal Mahal, your Pune trip will be incomplete without visiting the Diamond Water Park Pune. Popularly known as The Splash Mountain Water Park, Diamond Water Park is spread over 15 acres and is the largest water park in India. It is located at Lohgaon, which is some 27 kilometers away from Pune. The idea of constructing this huge water park was taken up by some private operators who wanted it to be at par with the international standards, in order to not only attract people from India but also tourists from all over the world. The most important feature of this water park is that the water here is laboratory tested and hence, is highly hygienic.
The fun begins as soon as you enter the water park. Diamond Water Park Pune features play station, special family pool with wet bubble, kiddies pool for children, Lilly pads, wave pool, 28 different rides, rain dance, cyclone, dark cave, multi-lane, lazy river, lockers, costumes, tubes, towels, rental prams, and more. It is the favourite place for children, who love to slide down through the looping slides at top speed. One has to climb up to the platform where the colourful pipes begins and they keep tubes of varying shapes and sizes that are used to takes you down in the pool. There is also the Multi-Lane that has an assortment of tubes for those who love some thrill. Another attraction is the Lazy River ride. Unlike the super fast slides, the Lazy River ride is slow and comfortable. It involves a quiet downstream ride on a boat. The hot favourite amongst the most are the Wave Pool that generates artificial waves, and the Cyclone Rain Dance. They also provide Costumes, lockers, rental prams, towels, and tubes.
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