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2016-04-05T23:59:11+05:30
1Prepare for your visit to the water park. Wear your bathing suit under your clothes, or bring your bathing suit along. Bring sunblock, lip balm, cash, towels, and a change of clothes for the end of the day. If you have long hair, you could also bring a hairbrush. Also, feel free to bring on some sandals or flip flops!
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6 Eat during the busiest time of day. Around noon, the water park might start to get very crowded. This is a good time to eat so that you don't spend hours in line
7 Cool off in the wave pool.Visit the wave pool after you eat. Most water parks will either have a wave pool or an area where you can lounge next to the water. This is a nice way to rest a bit and avoid really long lines.
8 Go back to the lockers and re-apply sunblock before returning to the rides. By this time, the lines may be starting to die down (or else you're just bored with sitting around). Your sunblock has also probably worn off, so you need more to last you through the afternoon.
9 Go on less popular rides, or rides that run fast. During the busy afternoon period, avoid the very popular rides. This is a good time to hit rides that move quickly so that you don't stand in line too long.
10 See how busy the park is in the evening. Many water parks will start to empty out when 4:00 or 5:00 pm rolls around. Now is a good time to ride some of the more popular attractions (although they might still have long lines).
2016-04-06T00:41:05+05:30
1Prepare for your visit to the water park. Wear your bathing suit under your clothes, or bring your bathing suit along. Bring sunblock, lip balm, cash, towels, and a change of clothes for the end of the day. If you have long hair, you could also bring a hairbrush. Also, feel free to bring on some sandals or flip flops!
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