Katmandu Group, the attractions developed based in Orlando with operations in Tenerife and Mallorca, have teamed up with theme park developers’ Falcon’s Creative Group, to create a series of Katmandu-branded attractions.
Among the first developments will be an innovative entertainment venue in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic. Initial plans also include two new attraction by Falcon’s Licensing, a division of Falcon’s Creative Group, which will be part of Katmandu’s first ever theme park, which aims to attract millions of visitors.
The Punta Cana theme park is due to open in late 2020. One of its key attractions will be the Quest for the Multiverse, which will be powered by Falcon’s iconic storytelling and attraction development abilities.
Falcon’s Licensing’s pioneering Suspended Theatre will also be premiered at the new theme park, promising to set new standards for immersive entertainment. The flying system is powered by Reveal Technology, to create a thrilling and immersive family experience.
A Legend of Katmandu will also be developed by Falcon, a cutting-edge dark ride. Guests at the entertainment site will also be able to enjoy a 36-hole Expedition Golf course, with themed holes scattered across the Nepalese landscape.
Further attractions include a huge multi-storey ninja playground with obstacle courses and a climbing net.
Dan Jensen, President of Katmandu Group, spoke about the new agreement with Falcon’s Creative Group.
“Katmandu Group is extremely excited about our relationship with Falcon’s Creative Group and proud to be working with such a talented group of individuals,” said Jensen.