Center Parcs have released further details regarding their one-of-a-kind attraction set to open at Elveden Forest this Autumn.

Manufactured by ProSlide, the new thrilling waterslide has been compared to some of the Earth’s most popular rivers, featuring elements such as the TORNADO and the BehemothBOWL.

Groups of riders will begin their ‘Tropical Cyclone’ journey through a descent into a dark tunnel, before encircling a 12 meter whirlpool bowl. Once being swallowed up by this feature, guests will rush down a fast flowing slide into a tornado funnel with a unique for the UK zero-gravity water slide moment. Once at the bottom, another dark tunnel awaits, which in turn drops excited swimmers into the park’s heated tropical pool.

Described as a “world’s first”, the £4 million investment will see both of these two major water slide elements combined for the first time. Tropical Cyclone is due to open to holidaymakers and swimmers late November.

Related News: New world-first water ride to be Center of attention – 30th May 2012

Adam James Whittaker

Adam James Whittaker is an aspiring marketer, who has worked in the theme park industry for a number of years. He believes in the preservation of amusement heritage and using marketing effectively to promote new attractions and investments.

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