The complex is within close proximity of a hotel, three restaurants and several fast food outlets are set around the pools, but if you want to you are welcome to take in your own picnics and drinks. (The food on offer in the outlets was similar and basic). They take care of hygiene and swimmers, safety, with safety personnel at each slide, that visitors have to follow and life guards on duty. First aid is also available. Sun beds and umbrellas are plentiful and available at no extra charge.
The park can take 2700 visitors daily on their 79,000 sqm.
Even when we’ve visited in quiet times, the atmosphere has been great. You usually don’t queue for slides, but it does get busier from 4pm. It is a lovely park, there is something there for all the family and it’s especially good value for money.
Opening time: every day from 11:30 to 20:30
Prices (in 2019):
All-day ticket –15.40€
Half-day ticket (after 3 pm) – 7.70€
Children under 120cm – free
Dino park all-day ticket – 3.60 € (open all year around)
Please click here to open the website for up-to-date pricing and opening hours: https://aquaparktrebinje.com/en/home.html
Review from our guest Michael:
“In relation to the water park at Trebinje, we visited there last week and going to go there again today, it is well signposted once you get close to Trebinje. It has recently opened and there are plenty of slides, swimming pools and play areas for our kids, 5, 3 and 2. If you have older kids it will be even more fun for them. There is an abundance of deck chairs/loungers around the different pool areas. Would imagine at weekends it would be very busy so if going there at this time would advise to go early. There are a couple of restaurants where you can get pizzas, sandwiches, chips, etc. They only take Bosnian money but they will change Euro at the entrance. Price per person was 20Kunas, as our kids were small they went in for free. Really good value, fun day out and easy to get to and from the villa.”