X20 Adventures Waterpark To Reopen On May 25

May 19, 2018

The X20 Adventures Waterpark in the west end will be officially re-opening this Friday [May 25] and have made some changes for “round two” saying they are back “better than ever.”

“We couldn’t possibly be more excited! While last year was our first year in operation, it was spent ironing out a lot of kinks when bringing such a new product to the island, but now we are back for round two, and in our minds, we are better than ever,” the company said.

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“This year X20 Adventures Ltd. have added some bigger and better elements to the actual waterpark, but after listening to customer feedback have done away with hourly passes. For just $25, patrons can now stay on the park for as long as they want.

“We took customer feedback into consideration and by implementing the all-day pass we have given our adventurer seekers what they want.

“We have also added X2O Juniors, which is for the smaller kids that were too tiny to get on the actual waterpark. Last year we felt terrible having to turn away the babies, so now they can also join in on the fun.”

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“X20 Adventures will also be offering beach rentals. This addition to the waterpark experience eliminates the need to drag anything to the beach anymore. Team X20 have upgraded to include inflatable loungers that can be used on both the sand and in the water, as well as umbrellas.”

X20 Adventures said that they have “gone to great lengths to make the environment more family oriented from top to bottom, and now there is truly something for everyone.”

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Daily admission and 2018 daily passes can be purchased online at www.X20adventures.com or at the guest service office.

Parking at their Daniel’s Head location in Sandys free, and restroom facilities are available. For more information about X20 Adventures, please visit www.X20adventures.com.

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  1. Onionjuice says:

    I hope they are cleaning up the entrance/area.. that beach are STINKS

  2. Triangle Drifter says:

    Is this an example of a private enterprise taking over a public beach? Just asking. There was a huge unfounded uproar over St Cathrines beach access. Nothing here.

    • I dont know says:

      I dont think so.

    • wondering says:

      as well as that of the shelly bay park

    • Hmmm says:

      TD the beach is on the old 9 Beaches property so not really public. Hopefully they will keep the property in reasonable shape. The dock etc is falling apart fixing this up and area maintenance should be part of the deal.

      • Triangle Drifter says:

        Government has a part to play in the deal too like cleaning out the trash that hangs around the entrance to the property.

  3. For all to see says:

    Ease up with shooting from the hip with negative comments. This venture is sorely needed. You can still access the beach.

  4. Truth (Original) says:

    if you don’t want to go, don’t go.

    Why publicly denigrate and cast aspersions over a black owned business?

    It’s difficult enough moving heaven and earth, jumping through all kinds of regulations to get something like this off the ground to provide something additional for the public to do and hopefully not take a loss.

    In addition to those hurdles along with the financial worries that comes with doing something like this, some members of this community see fit to tear it down before it even gets going !

    Amongst complainers, we are indeed, Kings and Queens.

    Try and be supportive. And if you can’t be that, don’t be a destroyer, just be silent.