Our top 3 water slides from across the world

The advantage of living at Pebble Beach, within the Sibaya Coastal Precinct, means you can live the outdoor lifestyle while also having access to beaches, coastal forest, walking and biking trails, recreational sports facilities, and open green spaces.

Pebble Beach has a resort-like atmosphere which includes great additions to keep little ones entertained, and within the estate you’ll find a dedicated kids’ pool with its very own slide – perfect for endless days of outdoor fun! It is these kind of facilities at Pebble Beach which give families the ideal opportunity to reconnect, share and laugh together. A pool with a water slide is every child’s dream, so we thought we’d take a look at some of the coolest water slides from across the world.

The Aquaconda at Aquaventure, Dubai

The UAE is famous for many over-the-top-things like the world’s highest skyscraper, the Burj Khalifa in Dubai and the world’s largest mosque, the Sheikh Zayed Mosque in Abu Dhabi. This country also boasts some of the newest and coolest innovations when it comes to water slides, and the Aquaconda is one of them. This is a slide enclosed inside a transparent plastic tube, which by the sounds of the name incorporates many crazy twists and turns.

Kilimanjaro, Aldeia das Águas Park Resort, Brazil

This water slide isn’t named after Mount Kilimanjaro for nothing – it’s the world’s tallest water slide! At almost 50 metres high, participants will experience a drop straight down of 164 feet at a speed of 100 kilometres-per-hour. This will scare even the toughest of us!

King Cobra, Maxx Royal Belek Golf & Spa, Turkey

The name of this slide pretty much says it all – it’s designed to mimic the body of a King Cobra. You’ll slide through all the twists and turns at a speed of up to 51 kilometres an hour before sliding through the cobra’s mouth. Just to add to the thrill of it all, the ride includes special effects like hissing sounds and is designed to allow people to race each other down the slide.

Durban is the warmest place to be in South Africa right now, and with that many Durbanites are enjoying the warm Autumn days. Why not make the most of your time at home and splash about in one of the many estate pools at Pebble Beach?

Check out more of the scariest, craziest and wildest water slides here: https://edition.cnn.com/travel/article/best-water-slides/index.html

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