Perhaps Tintinland could also have attractions from other Herge creations, Quick and Flupkes Funhouse. The Stratoship Plane Ride.
I like the idea! Doing something based around the Underwater Tanks too could be good... Camp Totor for those who wish to pitch a tent just outside the park proper, but who don't want to stay in one of the hotels...
I like the idea too! Beside the Jungle there could be a Valley of the Cobras, complete with a resevoir for exploring, with the bridge leading to the "Speaking Elephant" show!
At the "Red Rackham's Pirate Experience", you could also take a trip in some "Underwater Tanks", and if you're at the right time you might spot an octopus or two, and maybe bump into a Shark Sub
. Once you come back on the shore, visit the volcano of Karamako and have a treat, a bun covered in strawberry jam, known as "lava buns" and for the more tidy, some tomatoe juice. In case it gets too hot, you can also have some iced water. At times, the volcano will make some rumbling noises for added effect, but it is completely safe.
Every Wednesday from 3 o' clock to four, Legrand will arrive in the Stratoship at the centre of the park and will give visitors a tour in the air. Make sure that Jocko isn't there, or he will cause mayhem for passengers!
At the "Quick and Flupke's Funhouse", make cars break down, watch Flupeski play the violin and ride on a wooden plane rollercoaster! Be prepared, a dog that looks dangerous may run towards you with a stick! When you're hungry, have a chocolate surprise egg
, or some cold oil
, maybe even toy-areoplane soup
For those who want something else than a hotel and aren't tired of fun, "Camp Totor" is the perfect place. Pitch up tents and learn to drive cars. Every one o' clock to three and every six o' clock to eight, food is served. Marshmallows, soup, cookies and other foods are often on the menu while Totor will give entertainment with his exciting and hilarous stories. Meet foxes, owls, and other creatures roaming about the park.
In case you're now tired after all the fun you had, why not book a stay at the Tintinland hotel? Once you picked up a free polyresin figurine, which you can choose from Haddock, Tintin, Calculus or Snowy, rest in Tintin-themed rooms, have Tintin meals and look around at the gift shop to remember your stay or buy a gift for another fan.The Next Day...
After a nice sleep at the hotel with its friendly staff, it must be time to visit the Flight 714 area, with its very own driveable versions of the swing-wing Carreidas Aircraft for the small ones. For those who can't stand the "Seven Crystal Balls" ride, why not hop on one of the modified Carreidas areoplanes carriages fit for all ages, and enter the mysterious temple and face light steam while looking at the carved pictures on the wall as you take a tour of the "volcano".
Now, it's time to go to the wharves and take a seat on the "Aurora" to sail to "Shooting Star Island", where you can take a short ride on E.F.S.R
aircraft and also try catching a huge apple, they can be split in half and they reveal a surprise! For those who can't wait to go to the island where the volcano of Karamako is, take one of the ten underwater tanks and go straight there. Don't worry if there isn't any tanks left, a large E.F.S.R
areoplane will drop a large net and carry the tanks over to "Shooting Star Island".