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Aquaventuras Park: Fast Track
- Entrance to the water park
- Access to all water slides
- Pool area
- Lazy river
- The Little Water World - Children's Area
- Lunch: menu with 5 meal options (vegetarian option available) and one soft drink (if selected)
- Food & Beverage
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