Shoot The Chute
Parque Diversiones’ mission is to provide a fantasy world of safe, fun and excellent rides. But, more importantly, the theme park serves as a way of providing welfare and education to the Costa Rican society by generating a surplus for donations for the National Children’s Hospital.
WhiteWater is proud to support the Parque Diversiones mission through the addition of three attractions to their theme park. With the supply of Splash Caribe, a Shoot the Chute ride, WhiteWater created a ride that is fit for the whole family. With 20 person boats, the whole family and enjoy the laughter and smiles together. This high capacity attraction moves 1000 guests per hour through the looping track of the Shoot the Chute and into the grand splash below.
Another WhiteWater attraction is the Water Coaster experience where guests can ride Inner Tubes down a variety of enclosed flume slides. Guests undergo two distinct ride experiences from one compact ride: the excitement of a roller coaster combined with the thrills of a water slide, while remaining in street clothes.
The Spinning Rapids Ride is another WhiteWater original where guests can travel in a tropical environment with all the excitement of a grade 3 rapid, going round and round on a journey full of emotion. These family-sized rafts are propelled into silly spins, tummy-tightening turns, and dramatic drops, without getting riders completely soaked.
Drop height of Shoot the Chute
km/hr Top speed of Shoot the Chute
people per vehicle
"Visitors love the Splash Caribe attraction as it allows them to be in direct contact with water, and since Costa Rica is a tropical country, being able to get wet and cool off seems quite appealing to most guests. They have a positive response, full of joy, euphoria and emotion. They usually look for a second ride or go directly to the bridge over the attraction to receive the wave. Flume rides give amusement parks the unique opportunity to offer the most thrilling ride experience to their guests where they are in contact with the water, enjoying the invigorating effect, but without the actual need for submersion."