Inka Park in Peru, heralded as Latin America’s first world-class theme park, has called on top Dutch company Jora Vision as the lead creative partner for the ambitious theme park project.
At the heart of an almost 1,300-acre development in northern Peru, Inka Park will form the core of a massive resort complex of nature-inspired attractions, accommodations, and cultural adventures that aims to be complete by 2026.
Set in the days of the Inca civilization, it is based on the story of 16-year-old boy Sayri, who sets out to save his family and settlement from imminent danger, helping to create the Peruvian dream in a totally sustainable environment.
Director of Communications Jaime Paredess, explained: “Inka Park is unique for many reasons. It will not only build the first world-class theme park of Latin America, but also the first fully sustainable project of the region that meets the demands of our age.
“Inka Park does not seek to take away resources from Peru, but instead to bring the latest technology for the benefit of Peruvians. This is a project unlike anything ever seen in Latin America, a project that meets the standards of Peru’s ancient past eye to eye and sees the future with passion, justice, and hope.”
Jora Vision, who have worked on theme parks for Disneyland Paris, Merlin Entertainments, Parc Asterix, and other worldwide projects, including Legendia theme park in Poland, welcomed the chance to bring their expertise to a completely new area.
Chief Executive Jan Maarten de Raad insisted: “We are proud to work with the inspiring Inka Park team and our trusted specialist partners on this unique project. But above all, we are honored for being able to bring our expertise to Peru, for the benefit and fun of all Peruvians and the people of Latin America.”
While the theme park and its 50 highly themed, immersive attractions will be the signature draw, it will be surrounded by a selection of other leisure elements, including an outdoor water park, a retail, dining and entertainment hub, golf course, theater, hotel, vacation village, recreational park, and botanical gardens.
The aim is to create a sprawling, natural landscape setting, where all the fun and excitement are carefully balanced with the feeling of space, fresh air, and a relaxing break in nature.
Jora Vision’s senior design director Floris van Eeden added: “When Inka Park contacted us for the first time 4 years ago, their story instantly caught our attention.
“Things felt good as we noticed this project not only comes from the hearts and passion of local people who have dreamt about this for most of their lives, but moreover the initiators also seemed to understand what it takes to make dreams come true.”