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21/52 Tiki Waka
21/52 Tiki Waka
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  • Date of photography: 2019-05-26 11:58:59
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°41'49"N - 4°35'14"O
  • 52 Weeks Project For the third year in a row a visit to Walibi Belgium. This time together with Andy and Olaf... Location: Themed area "Exotic World" in Walibi Belgium; WAvre - LImal - BIèrges. Coordinates: 50°70'07" N 4°59'05" E Reason: A visit to Walibi in Belgium together with Andy and Olaf to have fun and riding all coasters and rides at this park. For Olaf it was his first time in this park. For me it was my 3rd time already. Walibi Belgium: Walibi Belgium, formerly Walibi Wavre and then Six Flags Belgium, is a Belgian theme park located in Wavre, close to Brussels. During the 1998 to 2004 period, it was owned by Six Flags, Inc, an American theme park operator. It was later sold to Palamon Capital Partners. As of 2006, the park is owned and operated, along with Paris' Parc Astérix, by CDA Parks (a division of Compagnie des Alpes). The Walibi name comes from the mix of Wavre, Limal and Bièrges, three towns in the Belgian province of Walloon Brabant, where the park is situated. The park was founded in 1975 by Eddy Meeùs under the banner "Walibi Wavre". In its early years, it was known as a water-skiing area. About a decade after, in 1987, a waterpark, Aqualibi, opened next door. The park had some Tintin rides from 1975 to 1995, when it lost the rights to the franchise. In 1998, the park was bought by Six Flags and, three years later, Walibi Wavre changed its name to Six Flags Belgium. In 2004, Six Flags sold its European division to Palamon Capital Partners, a London-based investment company. On November 7, 2004, Six Flags Belgium officially became part of the past. Any references to Looney Tunes and DC Comics characters had to be removed before the beginning of the 2005 season. The park reopened its gates on March 26, 2005, bearing the "Walibi Belgium" name. Tiki Waka: Tiki Waka is a Bobsled Coaster, a rollercoaster type with small trains for four people. The track contains a combination of elements of a wild-mouse roller coaster, curves and many airtime hills. Since April 7, 2018, visitors have been able to try out the roller coaster during soft-openings. In the meantime, thematization and the like have been further completed. The official opening followed two months later, on 9 June. Facts & Figures Tiki Waka: Type/model: Bobsled Coaster Manufacturer: Gerstlauer Construction: September 2017 - March 2018 Opened: 09/06/2018 Topspeed: 55 km/h Length: 564 meters Height: 21 meters Trains: 5 (4 riders per train) Capacity: estimated 600 per hour Canon 6D: My last photo with the Canon 6D I had since 2015, camera was stolen on 07/06/2019 :-( Guest Stars: Andy Ram and Olaf Stappers Weather: Partly cloudy, 20° C To Listen: Tiki Waka - Walibi Belgium (soundtrack) (Youtube) Self-portrait technics: 'Stretched arm' method without self-timer or whatsoever.
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Main Entrance - Walibi Belgium (Belgium)
Main Entrance - Walibi Belgium (Belgium)
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  • Date of photography: 2018-08-30 19:08:35
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°42'6"N - 4°35'37"O
  • Main Entrance / Exit 30/08/2018 19h08 Andy happy with his new collectible item of Walibi Belgium. Walibi Belgium Walibi Belgium, formerly Walibi Wavre and then Six Flags Belgium, is a Belgian theme park located in Wavre, close to Brussels. During the 1998 to 2004 period, it was owned by Six Flags, Inc, an American theme park operator. It was later sold to Palamon Capital Partners. As of 2006, the park is owned and operated, along with Paris' Parc Astérix, by CDA Parks (a division of Compagnie des Alpes). The Walibi name comes from the mix of Wavre, Limal and Bièrges, three towns in the Belgian province of Walloon Brabant, where the park is situated. The park was founded in 1975 by Eddy Meeùs under the banner "Walibi Wavre". In its early years, it was known as a water-skiing area. About a decade after, in 1987, a waterpark, Aqualibi, opened next door. The park had some Tintin rides from 1975 to 1995, when it lost the rights to the franchise. In 1998, the park was bought by Six Flags and, three years later, Walibi Wavre changed its name to Six Flags Belgium. In 2004, Six Flags sold its European division to Palamon Capital Partners, a London-based investment company. On November 7, 2004, Six Flags Belgium officially became part of the past. Any references to Looney Tunes and DC Comics characters had to be removed before the beginning of the 2005 season. The park reopened its gates on March 26, 2005, bearing the "Walibi Belgium" name. FACTS & FIGURES: Opening: 26/07/1975 Owner: Compagnie des Alpes Previous names: Walibi (1975-1981), Walibi Wavre (1982-2000),Six Flags Belgium (2001-2004) Rides: around 40, roller coasters 7, waterrides 3, darkrides 2 Season: March/April till October/November Visitors: 938.667 (Walibi, 2016) Area: 55,5 acres Employees: 975 (375 all year) [ Source and more Info: Wikipedia – Walibi Belgium 2019 ] [ Last photo of Walibi Belgium of 2018 ]
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Flash Back - Walibi Bekgium (Belgium)
Flash Back - Walibi Bekgium (Belgium)
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  • Date of photography: 2018-08-30 17:57:33
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°41'53"N - 4°35'23"O
  • Flash Back 30/08/2018 17h57 Flash Back is a log flume water attraction with a story. But you will be wet or soaked anyhow. Flash Back Flash Back is a log flume attraction in the Belgian amusement park Walibi Belgium. The attraction was opened in 1995, following the 20th anniversary of the park. Flash Back replaced the other two tree-trunk attractions that were then in the park: Rio Grande and Rio Salto. The attraction is themed to an old factory from 1869. In 2010, Flash Back was serviced and the attraction was painted in striking colors and all moving decor elements were restored. In addition, some light effects were applied to the tunnel at the start of the attraction. There is a square in front of the attraction, where you immediately notice that you are standing in front of an old factory. This factory dates from 1869. On the square there is a special machine, where in the past one could tap an elixir that would ensure eternal youth: Elexir de Jeunesse. In this factory people are working on a rejuvenation machine. This means that, for example, elderly test subjects regain a young age after treatment. Once you are inside, you walk through numerous machine rooms and you are introduced to the system and working method of this rejuvenation machine. For example, while waiting, you walk past compressors, boilers, drive mechanisms and over the ceiling a conveyor belt that transports children's shoes and teddy bears, but also old-fashioned glasses and false teeth. At the same time you will be warned of any hazards associated with the treatment and what you should do if you have abused the treatment, such as collecting diapers at the factory reception. For the treatment you step into the boat that will guide you through the treatment. The treatment starts well, patients slowly become younger again. But soon the treatment goes wrong. Due to an error in the system, the treatment is reversed. Patients are no longer getting younger, but are aging at a fast pace. As with miracle, the error is corrected and the treatment is continued. When you have finished the treatment, the patients get out of the boats of the same age with which they started the treatment. Flash Back is a so-called log flume with inverter. This means that there is a turntable in the attraction that turns the boat around and allows a part of the route to travel backwards. Once you have entered the boat, you will sail through a dark tunnel. This is since 2010 equipped with nice lighting effects. Then you will sail on the first lift, which also has light effects. After you have reached the highest point, the boat turns around and you take the first descent backwards. The boat continues to sail backwards until the second lift, where one is again turned forward. It is also during this descent that a photo is taken. The rest of the route is traveled forward and in the meantime you sail through different compartments, one of which has been completely covered in thick fog since 2013. The last lift and descent are immediately the highest and you will be taken to a maximum height of 23 meters. The last drop is a so-called double drop and also ends immediately in the biggest splash of the whole attraction. A so-called action photo can be purchased at the exit. The camera is located at the second (smallest) of the three descents. FACTS & FIGURES Opened: 1995 Manufacturer: MACK Rides Theme: Rejuvenation machine Length: 524 meters Height: 23 meters Capacity: 1250 riders per hour [ Wikipedia ]
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Psyké Underground - Walibi Belgium (Belgium)
Psyké Underground - Walibi Belgium (Belgium)
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  • Date of photography: 2018-08-30 17:38:32
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°41'52"N - 4°35'26"O
  • Psyké Underground 30/08/2018 17h38 The original turbine to launch the original Sirocco shuttle loop roller coaster is still on display in the queue area of Psyké Underground. But not in use anymore. Psycké Underground Psyké Underground (previously Sirocco and Turbine) is an launched indoor shuttle-rollercoaster of the model Shuttle Loop in the Belgian attraction park Walibi Belgium. The Sirocco was built in 1982 by Anton Schwarzkopf and was the first launched roller coaster in Europe. This attraction has a hip bar, which is very unusual for an attraction that makes inversions. The roller coaster closed its doors in 2008, but opened again on 13 July 2013 after a thorough facelift. The Sirocco was built for a Japanese amusement park but was never delivered. The job was offered to Eddy Meeùs, the founder of Walibi Belgium, for BEF 75,000,000 with the claim that the job would attract 300,000 extra visitors. After an advance of BEF 45,000,000, the rest of the amount would be paid if the park would also attract 300,000 extra visitors. Since the park failed to attract 300,000 extra visitors, the remaining BEF 30,000,000 did not have to be paid. When the attraction was built in 1982, it was just in the open air. This remained the case until 1999. In 1999, a building around the Sirocco was built after complaints due to noise from local residents. The attraction was given an industrial theme and was renamed Turbine. The building reduces the noise produced by the roller coaster. The reopening was in 2000. The Turbine was provisionally closed at the end of 2008; in October and November 2009, the building served as the location for the Zoo Terror haunted house. On Thursday, May 16, 2013, Walibi Belgium announced that the attraction will henceforth be given the name Psyké Underground. The attraction is entirely dedicated to the world of Walibi and Squad. It was announced that the attraction would open in June 2013. After the launch, the train goes through a loop with a diameter of 25.7 meters and then drives up a slope with a height of 45 meters. On this slope the train comes to a standstill and then backwards backwards. After the looping the train will drive through the station and then ride up another slope. If the train then moves forward from this slope, it is slowed down to come to a halt in the station again. FACTS & FIGURES Type: launched indoor shuttle coaster Manufacturer: Anton Schwarzkopf (after 2013: Gerstlauer) Opening: 1982, reopening 2013 (closed between 2008 - 2013) Length: 220 meters Height: 45 meters G-Forces: 4.88 G Inversions: 1 (twice) Duration: 35 seconds Train: 1, 28 riders per train [ Source: Wikipedia - Psycké Underground ]
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Boogie Burger - Walibi Belgium (Belgium)
Boogie Burger - Walibi Belgium (Belgium)
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  • Date of photography: 2018-08-30 17:26:14
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°42'0"N - 4°35'38"O
  • Boogie Burger 30/08/2018 17h26 Connection with the world outside Walibi... Candid photo taken in Walibi Belgium near Boogie Burger. Walibi Belgium Walibi Belgium, formerly Walibi Wavre and then Six Flags Belgium, is a Belgian theme park located in Wavre, close to Brussels. During the 1998 to 2004 period, it was owned by Six Flags, Inc, an American theme park operator. It was later sold to Palamon Capital Partners. As of 2006, the park is owned and operated, along with Paris' Parc Astérix, by CDA Parks (a division of Compagnie des Alpes). The Walibi name comes from the mix of Wavre, Limal and Bièrges, three towns in the Belgian province of Walloon Brabant, where the park is situated. The park was founded in 1975 by Eddy Meeùs under the banner "Walibi Wavre". In its early years, it was known as a water-skiing area. About a decade after, in 1987, a waterpark, Aqualibi, opened next door. The park had some Tintin rides from 1975 to 1995, when it lost the rights to the franchise. In 1998, the park was bought by Six Flags and, three years later, Walibi Wavre changed its name to Six Flags Belgium. In 2004, Six Flags sold its European division to Palamon Capital Partners, a London-based investment company. On November 7, 2004, Six Flags Belgium officially became part of the past. Any references to Looney Tunes and DC Comics characters had to be removed before the beginning of the 2005 season. The park reopened its gates on March 26, 2005, bearing the "Walibi Belgium" name. FACTS & FIGURES: Opening: 26/07/1975 Owner: Compagnie des Alpes Previous names: Walibi (1975-1981), Walibi Wavre (1982-2000),Six Flags Belgium (2001-2004) Rides: around 40, roller coasters 7, waterrides 3, darkrides 2 Season: March/April till October/November Visitors: 938.667 (Walibi, 2016) Area: 55,5 acres Employees: 975 (375 all year) [ Source and more Info: Wikipedia – Walibi Belgium 2019 ]
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Boogie Burger - Walibi Belgium (Belgium)
Boogie Burger - Walibi Belgium (Belgium)
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  • Date of photography: 2018-08-30 17:26:10
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°42'0"N - 4°35'38"O
  • Boogie Burger 30/08/2018 17h26 This food and beverage point Boogie Burger during its last season. The building, which is apart from this burger joint entirely empty. From 1985 till 2001 this building housed the dark water ride attraction Le Palais d'Ali Baba (The Palace of Ali Baba). The tulip roofs are still there as well as the other Oriental elements. The idea for the attraction was first suggested in 1983. The park found that there was already a lot of sensation to experience, but that there could also be a quiet attraction with a good theme. They chose a dream theme, more specifically the stories of a thousand and one nights. During the construction of the attraction, the idea arose in the Efteling to also build a dark water ride, Fata Morgana. That was ultimately done: in 1985, the Palace of Ali Baba opened in Walibi, and Fata Morgana in Efteling in 1986, in 1986. In terms of theme, both attractions are about the same. It is said that Walibi stole the ideas of the Efteling for The Palace of Ali Baba after an Efteling employee had passed on to them plans of Fata Morgana. Despite the great similarities, Walibi denies this rumor. In the season 2019 this location is part of the themed area Karma World and this building (including Boogie Burger) houses the new dark ride Popcorn Revenge. Walibi Belgium FACTS & FIGURES: Opening: 26/07/1975 Owner: Compagnie des Alpes Previous names: Walibi (1975-1981), Walibi Wavre (1982-2000),Six Flags Belgium (2001-2004) Rides: around 40, roller coasters 7, waterrides 3, darkrides 2 Season: March/April till October/November Visitors: 938.667 (Walibi, 2016) Area: 55,5 acres Employees: 975 (375 all year) [ Source and more Info: Wikipedia – Walibi Belgium 2019 ]
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Exotic World - Walibi Belgium (Belgium)
Exotic World - Walibi Belgium (Belgium)
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  • Date of photography: 2018-08-30 15:40:33
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°41'51"N - 4°35'13"O
  • Exotic World 30/08/2018 15h40 Leaving the themed area called Exotic World with the new roller coaster sensation of the year 2018; Tiki Waka. Walibi Belgium FACTS & FIGURES: Opening: 26/07/1975 Owner: Compagnie des Alpes Previous names: Walibi (1975-1981), Walibi Wavre (1982-2000),Six Flags Belgium (2001-2004) Rides: around 40, roller coasters 7, waterrides 3, darkrides 2 Season: March/April till October/November Visitors: 938.667 (Walibi, 2016) Area: 55,5 acres Employees: 975 (375 all year) [ Source and more Info: Wikipedia – Walibi Belgium 2019 ]
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Tiki Waka - Walibi Belgium (Belgium)
Tiki Waka - Walibi Belgium (Belgium)
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  • Date of photography: 2018-08-30 15:38:51
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°41'51"N - 4°35'13"O
  • Tiki Waka 30/08/2018 15h38 The new roller coaster sensation of the year 2018 is this bobsled coaster Tiki Waka in the new themed park area Exotic World. Tiki Waka Tiki Waka is a Bobsled Coaster, a rollercoaster type with small trains for four people. The track contains a combination of elements of a wild-mouse roller coaster, curves and many airtime hills. Since April 7, 2018, visitors have been able to try out the roller coaster during soft-openings. In the meantime, thematization and the like have been further completed. The official opening followed two months later, on 9 June. The attraction is built on the former location of La Coccinelle, which in turn is relocated to the former location of La Grande Roue. Construction already started during the Halloween event in 2017. The Keverbaan was dismantled at the end of September and removed from the location and the Gold River Adventure pond was drained, after which construction work started. The first track shares were placed on 30 January. The name of the roller coaster was announced on February 15, during a site tour for the press and invited guests. The last track was placed on 1 March. Tiki Waka is part of the new Polynesian theme area Exotic World. There are 5 trains on the track. These are separate carts that can each carry 4 people, in 2 rows of 2. FACTS & FIGURES Type/model: Bobsled Coaster Manufacturer: Gerstlauer Construction: September 2017 - March 2018 Opened: 09/06/2018 Topspeed: 55 km/h Length: 564 meters Height: 21 meters Trains: 5 (4 riders per train) Capacity: estimated 600 per hour [ Wikipedia ]
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Cook House - Walibi Belgium (Belgium)
Cook House - Walibi Belgium (Belgium)
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  • Date of photography: 2018-08-30 16:11:37
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°41'56"N - 4°35'19"O
  • Walibi Belgium 30/08/2018 16h11 Three guys coming straight our of Pulsar. Candid shot in Walibi Belgium. Walibi Belgium FACTS & FIGURES: Opening: 26/07/1975 Owner: Compagnie des Alpes Previous names: Walibi (1975-1981), Walibi Wavre (1982-2000),Six Flags Belgium (2001-2004) Rides: around 40, roller coasters 7, waterrides 3, darkrides 2 Season: March/April till October/November Visitors: 938.667 (Walibi, 2016) Area: 55,5 acres Employees: 975 (375 all year) [ Source and more Info: Wikipedia – Walibi Belgium 2019 ]
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Tiki Waka - Walibi Belgium (Belgium)
Tiki Waka - Walibi Belgium (Belgium)
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  • Date of photography: 2018-08-30 15:37:24
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°41'49"N - 4°35'14"O
  • Tiki Waka 30/08/2018 15h37 The new roller coaster sensation of the year 2018 is this bobsled coaster Tiki Waka in the new themed park area Exotic World. Tiki Waka Tiki Waka is a Bobsled Coaster, a rollercoaster type with small trains for four people. The track contains a combination of elements of a wild-mouse roller coaster, curves and many airtime hills. Since April 7, 2018, visitors have been able to try out the roller coaster during soft-openings. In the meantime, thematization and the like have been further completed. The official opening followed two months later, on 9 June. The attraction is built on the former location of La Coccinelle, which in turn is relocated to the former location of La Grande Roue. Construction already started during the Halloween event in 2017. The Keverbaan was dismantled at the end of September and removed from the location and the Gold River Adventure pond was drained, after which construction work started. The first track shares were placed on 30 January. The name of the roller coaster was announced on February 15, during a site tour for the press and invited guests. The last track was placed on 1 March. Tiki Waka is part of the new Polynesian theme area Exotic World. There are 5 trains on the track. These are separate carts that can each carry 4 people, in 2 rows of 2. FACTS & FIGURES Type/model: Bobsled Coaster Manufacturer: Gerstlauer Construction: September 2017 - March 2018 Opened: 09/06/2018 Topspeed: 55 km/h Length: 564 meters Height: 21 meters Trains: 5 (4 riders per train) Capacity: estimated 600 per hour [ Wikipedia ]
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Tiki Waka - Walibi Belgium (Belgium)
Tiki Waka - Walibi Belgium (Belgium)
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  • Date of photography: 2018-08-30 15:35:21
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°41'48"N - 4°35'13"O
  • Tiki Waka 30/08/2018 15h35 The new roller coaster sensation of the year 2018 is this bobsled coaster Tiki Waka in the new themed park area Exotic World. The entrance and loading and unloading station are erected in Polynesian style. Tiki Waka Tiki Waka is a Bobsled Coaster, a rollercoaster type with small trains for four people. The track contains a combination of elements of a wild-mouse roller coaster, curves and many airtime hills. Since April 7, 2018, visitors have been able to try out the roller coaster during soft-openings. In the meantime, thematization and the like have been further completed. The official opening followed two months later, on 9 June. The attraction is built on the former location of La Coccinelle, which in turn is relocated to the former location of La Grande Roue. Construction already started during the Halloween event in 2017. The Keverbaan was dismantled at the end of September and removed from the location and the Gold River Adventure pond was drained, after which construction work started. The first track shares were placed on 30 January. The name of the roller coaster was announced on February 15, during a site tour for the press and invited guests. The last track was placed on 1 March. Tiki Waka is part of the new Polynesian theme area Exotic World. There are 5 trains on the track. These are separate carts that can each carry 4 people, in 2 rows of 2. FACTS & FIGURES Type/model: Bobsled Coaster Manufacturer: Gerstlauer Construction: September 2017 - March 2018 Opened: 09/06/2018 Topspeed: 55 km/h Length: 564 meters Height: 21 meters Trains: 5 (4 riders per train) Capacity: estimated 600 per hour [ Wikipedia ]
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Tiki Waka - Walibi Belgium (Belgium)
Tiki Waka - Walibi Belgium (Belgium)
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  • Date of photography: 2018-08-30 15:35:45
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°41'48"N - 4°35'13"O
  • Tiki Waka 30/08/2018 15h35 The new roller coaster sensation of the year 2018 is this bobsled coaster Tiki Waka in the new themed park area Exotic World. The entrance of this new attraction. The waiting time was about one hour during this day. Tiki Waka Tiki Waka is a Bobsled Coaster, a rollercoaster type with small trains for four people. The track contains a combination of elements of a wild-mouse roller coaster, curves and many airtime hills. Since April 7, 2018, visitors have been able to try out the roller coaster during soft-openings. In the meantime, thematization and the like have been further completed. The official opening followed two months later, on 9 June. The attraction is built on the former location of La Coccinelle, which in turn is relocated to the former location of La Grande Roue. Construction already started during the Halloween event in 2017. The Keverbaan was dismantled at the end of September and removed from the location and the Gold River Adventure pond was drained, after which construction work started. The first track shares were placed on 30 January. The name of the roller coaster was announced on February 15, during a site tour for the press and invited guests. The last track was placed on 1 March. Tiki Waka is part of the new Polynesian theme area Exotic World. There are 5 trains on the track. These are separate carts that can each carry 4 people, in 2 rows of 2. FACTS & FIGURES Type/model: Bobsled Coaster Manufacturer: Gerstlauer Construction: September 2017 - March 2018 Opened: 09/06/2018 Topspeed: 55 km/h Length: 564 meters Height: 21 meters Trains: 5 (4 riders per train) Capacity: estimated 600 per hour [ Wikipedia ]
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Tiki Waka - Walibi Belgium (Belgium)
Tiki Waka - Walibi Belgium (Belgium)
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  • Date of photography: 2018-08-30 13:49:44
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°41'49"N - 4°35'14"O
  • Tiki Waka 30/08/2018 13h49 The new roller coaster sensation of the year 2018 is this bobsled coaster Tiki Waka in the new themed park area Exotic World. Tiki Waka Tiki Waka is a Bobsled Coaster, a rollercoaster type with small trains for four people. The track contains a combination of elements of a wild-mouse roller coaster, curves and many airtime hills. Since April 7, 2018, visitors have been able to try out the roller coaster during soft-openings. In the meantime, thematization and the like have been further completed. The official opening followed two months later, on 9 June. The attraction is built on the former location of La Coccinelle, which in turn is relocated to the former location of La Grande Roue. Construction already started during the Halloween event in 2017. The Keverbaan was dismantled at the end of September and removed from the location and the Gold River Adventure pond was drained, after which construction work started. The first track shares were placed on 30 January. The name of the roller coaster was announced on February 15, during a site tour for the press and invited guests. The last track was placed on 1 March. Tiki Waka is part of the new Polynesian theme area Exotic World. There are 5 trains on the track. These are separate carts that can each carry 4 people, in 2 rows of 2. FACTS & FIGURES Type/model: Bobsled Coaster Manufacturer: Gerstlauer Construction: September 2017 - March 2018 Opened: 09/06/2018 Topspeed: 55 km/h Length: 564 meters Height: 21 meters Trains: 5 (4 riders per train) Capacity: estimated 600 per hour [ Wikipedia ]
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Train from Namur to Louvain-la-Neuve
Train from Namur to Louvain-la-Neuve
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  • Date of photography: 2018-11-15 10:49:30
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°40'26"N - 4°34'8"O
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Ottignies Station to go back Namur
Ottignies Station to go back Namur
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  • Date of photography: 2018-11-15 14:51:35
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°40'25"N - 4°34'29"O
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