Rabat- Casablanca's mayor, Mohamed Sajid, said in a statement that Sindibad Amusement Park, Morocco’s only amusement park, will officially reopen on May 25.
Rabat- Casablanca’s mayor, Mohamed Sajid, said in a statement that Sindibad Amusement Park, Morocco’s only amusement park, will officially reopen on May 25.
The Sindibad Amusement Park originally opened in 2006, before it had to close its doors for refurbishment.
It was set to reopen earlier this year, but local authorities were forced to delay the reopening several times because the modifications were not finished.
However, The Amusement Park is finally set to reopen its doors on May 25, as it seems ready to host hordes of tourists and locals who will come to enjoy a variety of traditional rides and activities.
The Sindibad Amusement Park has been given a new lease on life. In addition to the traditional rides, such as the roller coaster, dizzying dodgems, slides, and paddleboats, there will also be a zoo and an archaeological park.
The zoo is said to cover the half of the whole park, and will exhibit animal species from five continents. The park will also offer hotels located near the coast, with views of the bay of Casablanca, in addition to shops, a clubhouse, a beach club, and a forest with picnic areas, as well as trails dedicated for walking and cycling.
Last September, Alami Lazrek, CEO of Group Alliances, said in a press release that prices will be affordable for everyone. “The ticket prices have been determined to be estimated at MAD25 ($2.90 US) per person and MAD 70 ($8.10 US) for a family of four members,” he explained.
Lazrek added that Sindibad Park will include free games along with paid games, whose ticket price will be estimated at MAD 15 ($1.80 US).