Things to Do — By Isabel Guerra on March 7, 2012 at 6:09 pm

Have you ever walked under a water tunnel? You can do it here in Lima, Peru, at the Magic Water Circuit. This place, which will turn five years old this July 2012, and since its first opening (July 26th, 2007) has become one of the favorite spots for both locals and foreigners as well. The circuit features 13 computer-operated fountains, one of which has a spray 80m (some 262ft) high. All these fountains are even more spectacular at nights, when the colored lights, laser beams and music are on. It is listed in the Guinness Records for being the largest fountains complex in the world located at a public park. Admission: 4 soles (free admision for children under four years old) / Open Hours: Wed-Sun 3pm-10:30pm / Show Times:  7:15pm, 8:15pm, 9:30pm.

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  • The Bear says:

    Ahhh, I have been there – And with Isabel the Author of this feature too!
    It really is amazing indeed & I have never seen anything as good as this in any other country in the world, ever!
    I enjoyed it just as much as the rest of the kids did…….only I am a kid of quite a bit older than 40 years old now – teeheee

    DO visit, & really do make the effort to go after dark as that water is all lit up & its EVEN better then.

    The one in the pic above too causes great amusement too, as if you even gently touch one of the tubes of water, that column just falls down on top of you in a huge bright red shower – Hillarious!


    (The Bear)


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