It’s not actually Disneyland, yet it’s the nearest thing to a “The Little Mermaid” theme park we’re probably going to get.
Dive Bahrain, which bills itself as “the world’s largest underwater theme park,” has authoritatively opened for guests, with under-the-ocean attractions including an indented Boeing 747 and soon-to-be-done increments, for example, statues, a fake coral reef, and “a replica of a traditional Bahraini pearl merchant’s house.”
The whole site, which is situated toward the north of the Kingdom of Bahrain on the Persian Gulf, is said to envelop a territory of 100,000 square meters.
The project was reported in January as a joint endeavor by Bahrain’s Supreme Council for Environment, the Bahrain Tourism and Exhibitions Authority (BTEA), and individuals from the private area, per Dive Bahrain.
“The site will provide an exceptional dive experience,” an early declaration guaranteed.
In June, Dive Bahrain towed its first fascination, a decommissioned 747, around 18 miles north of Amwaj to be sunk. The 70-meter plane inherent 1981 was purportedly deprived of any possibly poisonous materials before being submerged.
Just before the recreation park’s introduction prior this month, a team of professional divers reviewed the site to guarantee the security of future visitors.
Interested guests can book visits at Dive Bahrain’s official website.
Dive Bahrain, likewise publicized as an eco-friendly “theme park” for divers, is additionally expected “to provide a safe haven for coral reef growth and a habitat for marine life.”
John Caskinski lives in America. His mother is house-wife and his father is a cartoonist. After high school, John attended college where he attended childhood education and child psychology. After college, they worked with special needs children in schools. He had always been interested in what he had decided to go to the publication before becoming a writer. More than that, he published a number of news articles as a freelance writer on Datacauslaub.com.