Current Opening Times:
Daily from 12.00pm until 4.00pm and from 6 pm until 9pm
In Rulantica, a adventure is waiting for you: 'Snorri Snorkling VR'! In our unique Diving Theatre Snorri takes you to the seabed. Discover the amazing underwater world all around the mysterious island Rulantica together with the Rulantica maskot and many more fabulous creatures. You will not only be under water in the virtual world, you will also dive in the real world!
Opposite the ‘Skog Lagune’ area are the two ‘Snorri Snorkling VR’ pools. All adventurous water fans aged 10+ who can swim, can put on their VR diving goggles and snorkel, and off they go onto a splashy journey!
The VR experience is an additional service and is automatically offered to you after you have selected the desired ticket type in the ticket shop (if available, it can also be booked directly on site at the attraction).
The Golden Wave Awards 2022 by trade magazine SCHIMMBAD+SAUNA crown the best innovations in the industry and award outstanding projects.
Category: Smart Technology
MackNeXT and VR Coaster are delighted to receive the award in the category 'Smart Technology' for 'Snorri Snorkling VR'
The water in the pools is 1.10m deep. Guests are, however, just below the water surface during the experience.
People wearing glasses are welcome to use the attraction. You have the option to take off your glasses during the VR experience or - if your glasses fit - wear them underneath the VR diving goggles.
Snorri Snorkling VR can be experienced by up to 4 people in two pools simultaneously. However, the experience is designed for individuals, and each guest will dive into the adventure individually.
You don't have to book a fixed time slot. Guests who have booked Snorri Snorkling VR can come to the attraction at their preferred time. Depending on the volume of visitors, waiting times may occur.
Just as Rulantica, Snorri Snorkling VR is also available from 9am.
The VR glasses as well as the snorkel will be sanitised after every use. We pay attention to the disinfectant used (EW80).
Access in a wheelchair is unfortunately not possible at present. Anyone who can move freely without help from another person and is able to swim can use the attraction.