Around for nearly 25 years, Club Cabana is the best spot for a day of fun and adventure, especially if you love to be in the water.
Slide In A Pool, Lounge In The Lazy River And Score A Strike At This Resort Just 45 Minutes Away
What Makes It Awesome
Spread across a massive space, you can head here with the family, the office or just your boisterous bunch of friends. Open for day visits from 9am to 6pm, you can pick one of their several packages that suit your requirement. But for just INR 2,200 you get access to the water park, bowling, archery as well as the cricket nets. Plus, breakfast, lunch and high tea because you’re bound to be famished with all the activity. And to add to it all, there are waterslides, a lazy river, a tidal wave pool and a bowling alley. Ah ha! Now we’re talking.
We love the waterslides, and from experience can tell you that coming down the blue slide on a tube is far more exciting if you do it in competition with the person sliding down the long yellow one minus the tube! There’s an in-between green one which is great to slip, slide and almost fly, but make sure you’re not faint-hearted as it can be a little intimidating at first. You can even slide down on them in tandem tubes for the fun of it. We’ve been on it loads of times, and while you’ll be knackered by the evening, the splashing and diving into the pool the slides lead to is super fun. If that’s all too much for you, wear a hat, grab a tube/raft, lug it over to the lazy river and bob about it in. You can even fall asleep as we discovered, so maybe do this after lunch, to rejuvenate.
Smack in the centre of the lazy river (no, it’s really lazy, you don’t even need to paddle!), there’s a lily pad, an interactive pool (with mini slides, jungle gym and monkey bars) which doubles up as an obstacle course. Feel free to challenge a buddy, and expect plenty of falling into the water while trying to balance of the wobbly lily pads. A tidal wave pool adds to the excitement, and you can do this on a tube or brave it like a superstar without one — either way, you’re going to be dunked under water at least a dozen times. Wrap up the evening outside the water, at the bowling alley which has four lanes to keep the competition going. Not a water baby? Hit up the archery zone, show off your cricket skills at the nets, play badminton, table tennis and then head to the pool table to call it a day.
What Could Be Better
It can be really really hot on days, so be sure to take an umbrella as they don't have much of shade here.