The Tropical Islands resort, 60km south of Berlin, is a fascinating tropical world that stretches across an area of 66,000m² and features the world's largest indoor rain forest, a tropical village with traditional buildings from countries such as Bali and Borneo, Europe's biggest tropical sauna suite and Germany's highest water slide. Every day there's a programme of shows and evening entertainment.
Just 60km south of Berlin you'll find the Tropics, right on the edge of the Spree Forest. This fascinating tropical world stretches across an area of 66,000m² in the world's largest self-supporting hall. At Tropical Islands, visitors can explore the world's largest indoor rain forest and discover an incredible variety of plants. You'll even see peacocks and pheasants strutting around. The Tropical Village features authentic buildings from far-off lands such as Bali, Samoa, Thailand and Borneo. It is also home to most of the resort's cafés and restaurants. Tropical Islands offers a daily programme of shows and evening entertainment, delighting visitors with spectacular acrobatics, dance and magic. Other highlights at Tropical Islands include Europe's biggest sauna suite, Germany's highest water slide and idyllic water zones such as the Tropical Sea and Bali Lagoon, as well as a range of accommodation.