PREVENTIVE MEASURES – COVID-19

PREVENTIVE MEASURES – COVID-19

PREVENTIVE MEASURES – COVID-19

Aqualand Algarve opening date: 20th of July, 2021, according to the Office of the Minister of the Economy nº7046-B / 2021

At AQUALAND ALGARVE, we focus on safety and fun, which is why we have developed a Contingency Plan COVID-19, and adopted a set of Preventive Measures, in addition to the existing park rules, in accordance with the guidelines of the Portuguese Government and Management General Health (DGS – Direção Geral de Saúde), which must be complied by our visitors and employees, to minimize the risks associated with Covid-19.

REDUCING THE PARK’S CAPACITY

Following these measures, and so that all of our visitors can enjoy the attractions with maximum security, we have reduced the capacity of the space to 50% of its capacity.

ATTACTION TEMPORARILY UNAVAILABLE: Kamikaze

MANDATORY BOOKING OF THE DATE TO VISIT THE PARK – CHECK-IN

All admission tickets to AQUALAND ALGARVE, purchased online or from official AQUALAND ALGARVE agents, must have prior appointment of the day of the visit at “check-in”, available on our website, selecting the day that suits you, and according to daily availability.

TRANSPORT SERVICE UNAVAILABLE THROUGHOUT THE 2021 SEASON

We ask our visitors to comply with the following preventive measures:

Respect the respiratory label

Wash / disinfect your hands regularly.

Use of a mask (except during meals and at attractions)

Give preference to digital payments

Keep a safe distance of 2 meters

Walk the marked paths

Leave your mask in the “undifferentiated” rubbish bins

Respect the instructions of the park’s employees

Swimming goggles are recommended in pools / attractions

Prefer online ticket purchase

In case of symptoms, you should immediately go to the First Aid Post. All precautions must be taken during the journey to avoid possible infection as much as possible.

These measures are subject to change without notice, considering the evolution of the pandemic and the guidelines from health authorities.

Failure to comply with preventive measures is subject to the Portuguese legislation in force.