Pirates Cove Water Park will have the capacity to entertain both International hotel guests on the Island, as well as locals from Trinidad and Tobago, with many of the industry’s latest water park rides and attractions. The Park, when fully completed will offer attractions, such as Lazy Wave River, Wave Pool, and Tube and Body Slides, along with a children’s play structure, with slides, fountains, sprayers and games. The design will be built around responsible use of water resources, to minimize water consumption, water will be treated and re-cycled on-site. When completed, the Park will provide a full day of family fun, along with a food court area. The company believes the Water Park, will be one of the largest in the Caribbean, when completed, and will be marketed to vacationing families in North America and Europe .The proposed project will be overseen by a Senior development manager, based in Tobago. Further announcements will be made, when the International design team is selected, along with the proposed park and hotel combined site in Tobago The hotel will be designed in two phases. First Phase planning for 60 rooms, of which 25 will be family suite rooms, with a possible second phase of 40 additional rooms with family restaurant, if market conditions indicate a need for expansion. The company is planning a well known World Franchise affiliation for the hotel, recognized by all International visitors and travel agents world-wide .For additional information, please visit us on the internet at www.tobagotrip.com
ABOUT TOBAGO TOURISM AND TRAVEL
The Tourism industry, as it is in many Caribbean countries, is the largest employer in Tobago absorbing 60% of the island's workforce. Business and leisure tourists flock to the island to enjoy its natural beauty and to invest in business opportunities.. The southwestern part of the island is rife with white sandy beaches, exotic coral reefs and large hotels and resorts. Ecotourism is extremely significant and much of it is focused on the protected rainforest in the main ridge, the centre and north-eastern areas of Tobago.
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