Rules for Dolphin Park

AT the famous water park between Walvis Bay and Langstrand, a few rules have been introduced to manage the large numbers of people that visit during holiday season, and to reduce the risk of harm.

No tents are allowed on grass areas, as it obstructs the view of other park users. No smoking of any kind is allowed on the premises. No bottles or drinking glasses are allowed in or around the swimming pool area as they can cause injury to other park users.

No braais or fires are permitted on the grass areas or walkways. No pets are allowed at any resort.

Parents must attend to their children at all times. Loud music is not allowed in the park area, while any other form of noise pollution which may disturb other park users is also prohibited.

No ball games on grass areas are allowed as it causes inconvenience to other park users.

Swimwear is required for the use of the slides (no other garments allowed).

Operating hours of Dolphin Swimming Pool are from 10h00 to 17h00 and during public holidays from 08h00 to 17h00. Entrance tags are always to be placed on wrists.

Parking of vehicles outside the park will be at own risk. Users must provide their own braai grids and to clean up after themselves. No swimming floating devices are allowed at the swimming pool (no lounge chairs, tubes etc.).

So in general, stay safe and be alert to any potential risks; supervise your children at all times; avoid using alcohol during family fun time, have fun; pay attention to the environment and let’s keep it clean and pristine.