Land of the Tiger includes an expansive tiger paddock that overlaps with walkways and the log flume, Tiger Rock, providing guests excellent viewing opportunities for watching the land’s resident Amur tigers.
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Tiger Rock Gift Shop
With boats passing through the eponymous giant stone tiger head at the end of the drop, Tiger Rock is the latest incarnation of Chessington’s log flume that has been at the park since 1987. Exiting out an animated station, where the occasional storm can roll in, boats take a steady course past the queue line, and underneath an ornate bridge, before arriving at the first small lift-hill and drop. With a height barely 3 times the length of a boat, the first hill drops guests into a dark cavern where a brief animation plays on the walls, before exiting back out into daylight and passing on faster water alongside the tiger enclosure, where the tigers have been known to stalk boats as they pass. Riders then swing around and begin the long climb to a height of 50ft. With boats making a long slow 180° turn to the right at the very top, on a good day guests can get a great view across not only the park but to the skyline of Central London in the distance. The calmness of this section of the ride is interrupted by a brief lift and then long drop, past the on-ride photo, through the giant tiger sculpture and into a giant splash. The boats the take the final few turns before arriving back at the station.
Opened: 2018 | Manufacturer: Mack Rides | Height Restriction: 1.2m* | Ride Photos? Yes | Fastrack? Yes
*Anyone between 1.2m and 1.3m must be accompanied by someone 16 years or over.