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Lima at night: Magic Water Park with dinner at folk show

Visit the special Magic Water Park in Lima, which holds the Guinness World Record for the largest water fountain and the longest jet spray: 83 metres. Feel the magic of the fountains that are lighted at night, many with continuously changing colour schemes. Additional attractions are the Tunnel Fountain of Surprises, a 35 metre walk-through tunnel of water; the Children's Fountain, a walk-in automated fountain; and a tunnel connecting the two sections of the park, which contains an exhibition highlighting recent public works projects in Lima. The Fantasia Fountain, where there are regularly scheduled laser and picture shows, is 120 metres long and contains water jets that are synchronised to music. This artistic exciting park is definitely a must for tourists visiting Lima; a well recommended visit for all the family. And the fun doesn’t not stop here – as next up is a delicious dinner served at a renowned restaurant in the bustling district of Miraflores, where you will be captivated by a Peruvian folk dance performance. Admire the passion of the dancers as they portray traditional Andean routines. This is a country that takes dance very seriously. After the drama of the dinner, return to your hotel to relax and unwind after a day of fun and excitement. Visit the special Magic Water Park in Lima, which holds the Guinness World Record for the largest water fountain and the longest jet spray: 83 metres. Feel the magic of the fountains that are lighted at night, many with continuously changing colour schemes. Additional attractions are the Tunnel Fountain of Surprises, a 35 metre walk-through tunnel of water; the Children's Fountain, a walk-in automated fountain; and a tunnel connecting the two sections of the park, which c Meeting/pick-up point: Passengers will be collected at their respective hotels (located in Miraflores, San Isidro or Lima downtown).>br> Duration: Four hours approx. Start or opening time: Wednesday to Sunday, 6pm-6.30pm. End or closing time: Four hours after the start of the tour (approximately). Languages: Spanish and English.