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The Water Blob comes to Fiji

  • Published by Ozgur Tore

The creators of the award winning Sigatoka River Safari and Off Road Caves Safari are bringing Fiji another first with the launch of the one and only Water Blob. Guests can jump, fly and play in the Fijian way.

Water-Blob-FunFiji’s original Water Blob is just good, safe fun and according to owner Jay Whyte, “we were trying to think of what Fiji didn’t have that would be great fun and add to any holiday maker’s experience. I saw the Water Blob on a YouTube clip and said to myself "That's FUN!!!! It would be awesome to do something like that here in Fiji, something for both the visitors and of course the Fijians to enjoy.”

The Water Blob is a 35ft vinyl inflatable tube, designed for kids and adults of all ages to jump on and fly off and have a blast doing it.

“Guests really seem to enjoy the exciting heart-in-your-throat experience of flying up in the air before their spectacular splash down. People can dive, jump or even summersault off the Water Blob. It lets kids be kids and adults be kids too.” says Jay.

Visit: www.waterblobfiji.com

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