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3. Beach Park, Brazil

Now we could never leave out the place that can boast the world’s tallest water slide. At 41m – a 14-storey building – only the fearless tackle Insano. 

Riders reach the northeast coast venue’s splash pool in a matter of seconds after plummeting down the slide at speeds of more than 100km per hour. If the thought of Insano makes your stomach churn, the water park is also home to a dozen other rides and two wave pools. Entrance costs £41pp. 

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4. WWK, Canada

Wild Water Kingdom’s 100-acre park possesses a good all-round selection of rides to keep everyone happy. 

Plunge into darkness on The Night Rider while trying to manoeuvre twists, turns and drops at high speeds. Scared of the dark? Then head to the Devil’s Drop where, after shooting off the end of the slide, you’ll drop into an eight-foot deep plunge pool. Uniquely, the park also features a 25ft rock climbing wall that soaks you as you climb. Entrance costs £20pp. 

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5. Aquatica, US

It’s all about the underwater world at Seaworld’s Aquatica water park in Orlando. The most popular ride here, Dolphin Plunge, has you whisked through an aquarium full of black-and-white Commerson’s dolphins. 

And that’s not all – lay back and relax as the Loggerhead Lane lazy river transports you underneath a tunnel of tropical fish. Not thrilling enough? Then race against your mates on the eight-lane Taumata Racer to satisfy your need for speed. Entrance costs £35pp. 

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