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Jora Vision named lead development partner of upcoming Inka Park

Inka Park will be the first leisure destination of its kind in Latin America




Inka Park will feature a theme park with six themed and highly immersive zones   Credit: Inka Park

Dutch attractions design firm Jora Vision has been named as the lead development partner for Inka Park, an upcoming mixed leisure resort in the Jequetepeque Valley in Peru.

Jora Vision made the announcement during a press event at the IAAPA Expo Europe, which is currently taking place in Barcelona, Spain.

The first entertainment destination of its kind in Latin America, the Inka Park resort will occupy 18,500 hectares of land in northern Peru and will include a theme park, hotel, bungalow village, indoor golf club and 36-hole golf course, as well as the Eden Project botanical garden and Heritage Park, a natural landscape park.

The theme park will follow the adventures of a young Inka boy named Sayri and will consist of six highly themed immersive zones: Adventure Town, Expedition Paititi, Amaru River Valley, Spirit Grove, Cloud Forest and City of The Sun. It will feature more than 50 attractions, as well as a host of live entertainment, retail and F&B options.

“As a creative company, our core passion is to create worlds of wonder. Places where people can build lifelong memories with their families and friends,” said Floris Van Eeden, senior design director and project architect at Jora Vision.

“We believe that art and science are key when designing leisure destinations. Only when those two disciplines come together can the most realistic ideas come to life.”

“We build magic but we like to do so on a solid foundation of logic, so we use calculation and precision, we use benchmark analysis and market research and we do so with our in-house specialist and authority on theme park economics; Dr Pieter Cornelis to define the essential parts for a healthy business case that can stand the test of time and back up our creative ideas,” Van Eeden added.


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Jora Vision named lead development partner of upcoming Inka Park

Inka Park will be the first leisure destination of its kind in Latin America




Inka Park will feature a theme park with six themed and highly immersive zones   Credit: Inka Park

Dutch attractions design firm Jora Vision has been named as the lead development partner for Inka Park, an upcoming mixed leisure resort in the Jequetepeque Valley in Peru.

Jora Vision made the announcement during a press event at the IAAPA Expo Europe, which is currently taking place in Barcelona, Spain.

The first entertainment destination of its kind in Latin America, the Inka Park resort will occupy 18,500 hectares of land in northern Peru and will include a theme park, hotel, bungalow village, indoor golf club and 36-hole golf course, as well as the Eden Project botanical garden and Heritage Park, a natural landscape park.

The theme park will follow the adventures of a young Inka boy named Sayri and will consist of six highly themed immersive zones: Adventure Town, Expedition Paititi, Amaru River Valley, Spirit Grove, Cloud Forest and City of The Sun. It will feature more than 50 attractions, as well as a host of live entertainment, retail and F&B options.

“As a creative company, our core passion is to create worlds of wonder. Places where people can build lifelong memories with their families and friends,” said Floris Van Eeden, senior design director and project architect at Jora Vision.

“We believe that art and science are key when designing leisure destinations. Only when those two disciplines come together can the most realistic ideas come to life.”

“We build magic but we like to do so on a solid foundation of logic, so we use calculation and precision, we use benchmark analysis and market research and we do so with our in-house specialist and authority on theme park economics; Dr Pieter Cornelis to define the essential parts for a healthy business case that can stand the test of time and back up our creative ideas,” Van Eeden added.


 



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