Have you heard of Kalahari Resorts?? I have… but I’ve never been there. It’s high on the list of places to take the kids for a weekend because all I hear about the place is how awesome it is! Besides… the kids love water parks and what better way to beat the winter blahs than a huge indoor water park!
Because at Kalahari they have America’s LARGEST indoor waterpark, so no matter what it looks like outside you are able to jump in and experience summer fun in the water minus the sand!
• At the indoor waterpark you can take a ride on the first Zip Coaster anywhere in the world! This “water-coaster” propels guests through 500 feet and 30 seconds of zero to 20 mph free- falls, dips and turns. You can also enjoy the Swahili Swirl, a behemoth bowl that twirls two to four guests at a time through its 60 foot diameter bowl.
• Surf’s up at Kalahari on the indoor, stand-up FlowRider! 50,000 gallons of water each minute flow under you to create a five-foot ocean-like wave on this exciting attraction. Combining the thrills and skills of surfing, skateboarding and snowboarding all in a wet, wild and (best of all) safe environment. The FlowRider is one experience that will never be the same twice!
• A splashing good time at Crocodile Cove with nearly 3,000 square feet of activity pool to roam. Experience the water walk, challenge your friends to an exciting game of water basketball or cool down with a blast from the surrounding water cannons!
If you’re looking for something fun to do with the family this winter you can use this special code for a great discount at Kalahari!!
Join me for a Twitter party on Saturday, December 1st from 1:30 to 2:30 Eastern Standard Time. Follow me @JackieCross, @KalahariResorts,and the hashtag #Kahalari and join us for a great party! It will be great!!
We’ll be chatting about how Kalahari was the winner of the 2006 Partners for Clean Air Recognition Award, all the family fun, the spa, and the restaurants, as well as The book “Are We There… Yet?” which is the first edition of a five-part series titled “The Little 5 Watering Hole” and tells the story of an elephant family as they embark on their annual summer trek across Africa’s Great Kalahari Desert to reach the cool waters of the Okavango Delta.
Of course there will be great prizes!
I hope that you’ll join me!
In exchange for my participation in the Kalahari Twitter party and my promotion of the resort, I wll receive accommodations and meals at Kalahari. As always all opinions are my own.