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- Fun day out. We went on an off season weekday so it was pretty quiet. Unfortunately a number of rides were closed. The toboggan was particularly quick though, not for the faint hearted. We enjoyed the swim up bar and food options were excellent and good value. Everything is done on a wrist payment chip which worked a treat.Written 10 June 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- A small site just opposite the camping ground. Entry fee 5Eur/ whole day, good facilities. Two pools, one hotter than the other, outside wooden sofas. Can get crowded tho. Aquapark adjacent.Written 14 September 2019This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- I like this place very much, it’s clean and great for visit both in summer and in winter as well. The outside pool’s water is hot and there’s also a small cold pool next to it. There is also a sauna outside in a wooden cottage-very nice! The inside pool has a bar and you pay with the bracelet, you pay when you leave. Possibility to book the massage as well for good price.Written 11 September 2018This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- We went , me my wife and our 10 year old son and our 6 years old daughter.
We spend there 3 hours and the kids had a great time. The place is not super sophisticated but kids don’t need much more to have fun.
The shows were nice and short. They even let our boy participating at a show without him understanding the local language.
I would recommend it .Written 26 August 2019
- To get to the zoo you take the number 29 but outside of the train station, the journey is about 30 minutes and it is then a short walk to the Zoo’s entrance from there. When buying your tickets upon entry you can buy just a ticket for the zoo or a combined ticket zoo and dino park tickets. Buy the joint ticket or you will regret it. The zoo is like many, a large area to walk around looking at the animals as you go, it would be good if they started doing maps of what where to give to people upon entry. This year the was a new area for kids where they could walk on rope bridges a few feet of the ground and walking on beams. The Dino Park is half way into the zoo and has loads od large dinosaurs in the wooded area surrounding it, there is a play area for kids next to a cafe and a film showing twice an hours in 3D. The are loads of opportunities for taking pictures and it is a great day out.Written 10 August 2019
- If you want something nice and good visit and spend time for you and your children, try this place. It have a lot of things to do for childrenWritten 30 May 2022
- Take enough time for stay. There are different pools with different temperature.The most people has been at 32-36 degrees pool, so a bit crowded there.But you have also a pool for a little children with only 30cm heigh water level. Food places with longer distances from main used pools has lower prices.Don’t expect any master gastronomic experience. Everything looks very similar and taste as that look like.But it is not about a food, but pools and they are very comfortable.Written 18 September 2018
- really nice place with animals and lots of green areas. recommended for families and generally for everyone in area!!Written 25 April 2018
- Dear Habakuky resort,
coming to your place was one of the top priorities of my eldest son (aged 5) during this summer vacation. Even though he could not read so far, he was quite familiar with the Slovak fairy tales wrote by Pavol Dobsinsky - as we read them quite often prior to going to bed. Therefore, he looked forward very much to seeing them performed "live" on stage.
Finding the place was quite easy as the traffic signs guided us from the main Donovaly road - good job on this point, guys.
Upon our arrival we were greeted by nice lady by the cash desk and her smiling colleague who explained where to go and what to see. The village staff was also very friendly. So far, so good ;-).
The design of the fairy tale village was quite unique and very appealing not only for children but also adults. It really made an impression of being "thrown" into a fantasy world of witches ("jezibabkas"), dragons, princes, etc. Nice work!
As for the menu's within the restaurants - sorry, it did not meet my expectations. I do not know if we came in a wrong time but the offer was really poor. Yes, you tried to make the offered dishes look interesting by naming them in original style but that is not enough. We are full of french fries and "langosh' in various water and beach resorts elsewhere in the country. Here, I would expect something less "junk" - sheep cheese dumplings are okay, but it is certainly not the only traditional meal we can offer, or is it? What about soups, pirohy/sulance (sorry my foreign friends, I cannot translate these into English - these are traditional Slovak pastas filled with various fillings - they are really delicious and they are not fried!), home made fruit pies, etc?
Most importantly, the fairy tales presented during our stay were, in my opinion, not focused on children, let's say, aged 4 -11. Out of 5 fairy tales, only two had "traditional" features - e.g., the good fighting the evil, lessons learned at the end of the story, etc. Adults could find them funny but definitely not the children. As I was looking at kids during performances they were amazed by the visual and sound effects rather than the idea of the story. The art director should focus on kids' ability to understand the whole story.
And finally, using credit cards is a MUST nowadays. Exchanging EURO for habakuky currency is fun but requires you to have cash in your pocket. In addition, the rule of not exchanging back unused habakuky coins to EURO does not seem fair to me, sorry.
Overall, the impression is good but a lot needs to be done..... What would definitely help the resort is a day or two dedicated to foreign children, in English, let's say. What do you think?
Good luck!Written 1 September 2017
- small pool with enough space around for sunbathing, but the best is restaurant. It is soooo cheap and fresh, made in front of your eyes.Written 14 August 2020
- Quite a big zoo where you can spend a whole day. After reading certain reviews I was a bit sceptical to try but entrance fee is relatively cheap so we gave it a try. We were satisfied and was real fun.Written 5 November 2019
- Its quite nice small mainly indoor aquapark. If you staying somewhere around and you have children below 10 years old, its a goo dchoice and does not make sense to travel to some other water parks around and drive an hour or two!
There are three indoor slides, our children enjoyed it very much. Then you have there big pool with warmer water and with some water attractions. Water was clean, pool not so crowded. Outside was quite fresh at that time, so it would be cold when you are wet, but there are some attractions for children (go-carts, football, trampoline, climbing wall...) and small pool for little children is outside as well. Inside you can find also separate big swimming pool, with fresh water, not many people there so good for real swimming....
And there is also one small fast food restaurant inside, so you will not get to be hungry!
And the entrance does not cost a fortune....they even have the family tickets!Written 6 September 2019
- Nice small aqua park for relax after long day, suitable for children, offers few inflatable slides, quiet big kid's swimming pool also with some slides. Everything is also really clean. Don't expect anything like big Aqua park but if You're staying in resort around then it is a good place to cool down during hot summer days.Written 11 August 2017
- Very nice place for hot summer relaxation. Two big pools with thermal water. One of the pools is good for swimmers. The other is for children or just for relaxation.Written 6 February 2016
- PRO: Good selection of pools as well as attractions to keep the kids busy. Overall time well spend with family for a decent price (adult ~5e). ABSOLUTELY amazing desert in the Yogo stand (kind of a yogurt ice cream with fruit and various things on a side).
CON: The place is old and feels cheap. Old pools could use renovations, the slides are super old too. Whatever is newly installed (e.g. playgrounds for sports, food stands, fences around attractions) all is cheap looking and partially already damaged. You feel like they are saving on everything there, which disturbs the overall experience.
Will we come again? YESWritten 6 August 2018