Katmandu Park, Calvia
About Katmandu Park, Calvia
Katmandu Park, Calvia - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: Avenida Pedro Vaquer Ramis, 9, 07181 Magalluf, Mallorca, Islas Baleares, Spain
Ticket Price: 13 EUR
Time Required: 04:00 Hrs
Timings: 10:00 am - 11:59 pm Details
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Voted as the best amusement park in the Balearic Islands and a second popular park in Spain, it is a must visit place for travelers, especially if you are with your kids. Plan for half a day trip and experience some of the best moments in a mythical world with lots of adventures and games to play. From enthralling family entertainment, wild adventures to thrilling experiences- Katmandu Park offers you endless freedom to make your imaginary world into a real one. The main attractions of the park are:- The House, K3 Climb, Katlantis Splash park, Katlantis Soft Play, 4D Experience, Desperados, Zombies! XD Dark Ride, Los Banditos XD Dark Ride, The Asylum and the Expedition Golf.
Katmandu Park Information
- You need to spend at least 4 – 6 hour.
- Buy the tickets online as it is quick, easy and secured.
- Once you buy it, your e-ticket will be emailed to you.
- Tickets purchased now will be valid until Sunday, 2nd November 2015.
- You can customize your theme park with flexible ticket options.
- No booking fee is asked.
- The opening time of the park and also its different categories varies in every month of the year.
Katmandu Park Ticket Prices
- Balearic Islands residents can enjoy 20% discount on all packs and tickets by entering the required code while buying the ticket online.
- Mega pack : 31.90€ (adult), 25.90€ (child).
- Fiver pack : 27.90€ (adult), 21.90€(child).
- Trio pack : 22.90€(adult), 16.90€(child).
- Katlantis Super pack : 12.90€(adult), 19.90€(child).
How To reach Katmandu Park by Public Transport
- Bus no.s : 104, 105, 106, 107, 811 and get off at Av. Olivera 15.
Restaurants Near Katmandu Park
There are small eateries to enjoy small snacks and ice creams within the park. Apart from that, there are few eateries nearby
- Finnegan's Live Music Bar & Restaurant
- Wattana Thai Restaurant
- The Pub Magalluf
- Restaurante Venezia Da Luigi
- Tequila Ville
- Li Ying Chen Cao
- Lord Nelson
- Pirates Beach Bar & Grill
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Katmandu Park, Calvia Reviews - Write a Review
Fun but small amusement park. No real rides but lots of 4D style ones that were fun. Crazy golf is excellent. Probably best when splash park is open during warmer seasons. Didn’t get a chance to try the aerial obstacle course (looked similar to Go Ape). Would go again. Don’t expect Alton Towers or anything!
An excellent place to visit with 5-10 yo children who can be entertained for hours "on site". Top quality beach just 2 min walk away. Do not count on much healthy food or quiet dinner time inside. The best time is October as the hotel is surrounded by dance clubs which are shut at the end of September.
We visited the park whilst on our honeymoon. We paid for a day pass (€29 each) and upgraded to the VIP All package (an extra €13 euros each) this was well work it as it gave you unlimited visits to each ride as well as unlimited drinks (excluding ice slush) and a meal. Considering the meals were around the €7-9, and it was a hot day we both felt this was good value for money. The park itself was clean and well presented staff are friendly and nothing seems too much trouble for them. I would reccomend the crazy golf (both courses) and 'The House' as particularly good attractions. They have a large climbing frame that looked amazing but is not something that I would enjoy so didn't visit it but heard lots of laughing (and screams) coming from it. They have packed quite a lot into a relatively small space but everything is well sign posted, accessible and managed.
My son had a nasty fall here about 10 minutes into arriving and the staff there did everything they could to help us. We got him to the walk in centre and then the hospital and seen too within a few hours thanks to their help! They were even good enough to offer us a different day to return to the park as we never got a chance to use our tickets. Lovely staff and amazing attitudes could not fault them!
The park is worth the visit. Although €102 for a family of 4 seemed a bit steep considering the attractions on offer and that was only for one shot of each attraction. There are no roller coasters and most attractions are based on a 3D cinema type experience. The technology seems a little dated but this maybe an unfair assessment as I am comparing to the likes of Florida theme parks. What was frustrating is the fact that each attraction shares its cinema room with another attraction. So the Zombies is shared with Los Banditios. This seems to make the question twice as long and gives the park a cheap feel to it. On a positive, the crazy golf is good, and the ministry water park was enjoyed by the little ones. However they were bitterly disappointed not to get on the climbing frames as you had to be 1m45cm. Overall, I would say it's worth a visit. But I doubt there will be a return trip.