Safety First: Your Guide to a Thrilling Day at Giwa Gardens

Get ready for a day of epic thrills and watery adventures at Giwa Gardens! But before you dive headfirst into the fun, let’s make sure your visit is safe and enjoyable for everyone. Here’s a quick guide to keep you splashing safely:

Gearing Up for a Splashing Good Time:

  • Changing Rooms: These are your first stop! Swap your regular clothes for swimwear, beach slippers, goggles, and a beach cap. Life jackets, floating tubes, and phone protectors are also available for rent, so you can be fully equipped for aquatic fun.
  • Shower Power: Before hitting the pool, take a quick shower to remove any lotions or oils that can make surfaces slippery.

Safety First – Always!

  • Little Adventurers: Keep a watchful eye on children at all times. The water park can be exciting for little ones, so adult supervision is essential.
  • Listen to Your Body: Feeling unwell? Take a break! It’s important to pay attention to your body’s signals. If you don’t feel well, head out of the water and seek help from a lifeguard or safety officer. First aid and medical assistance are available on-site for your peace of mind.
  • Fire Safety: In case of a fire alarm, stay calm and follow the instructions provided by the staff. Their priority is your safety.
  • Shallow Waters: No diving or jumping in the shallow end of the pool. It’s dangerous for everyone!
  • Safety Signs & Lifeguards: Pay attention to all posted safety instructions and signage around the park. Lifeguards are there to keep everyone safe, so don’t hesitate to ask them any questions you may have.
  • Loosey Goosey?: Remove any loose items like jewelry or watches before entering the water. Safety first
  • Float On!: Non-swimmers, we’ve got you covered! Life jackets and floating tubes are available to help you have a safe and enjoyable experience.

Remember: Safety is a team effort! By following these simple guidelines, you can ensure a fun-filled and safe day for yourself and everyone else at Giwa Gardens. Now go forth and conquer those slides!