Katmandu Park | Punta Cana Announces Opening Date

New immersive park in Dominican Republic celebrates The Hidden Realms of Katmandu.
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February 13, 2023

Visitors at Katmandu Park.
Visitors at Katmandu Park. Falcon's Beyond

Falcon’s Beyond

has announced Katmandu Park | Punta Cana, its forthcoming theme park, will open to the public on March 15 with tickets on sale now. The new park in the Dominican Republic features new rides and attractions that immerse guests in the company’s original, proprietary franchise, The Hidden Realms of Katmandu.

“We’re absolutely thrilled to announce the opening date for


Park | Punta Cana, which seamlessly blends first-of-its-kind immersive entertainment and attractions with premium hospitality, for the ultimate escape,” says Cecil D. Magpuri, chief executive officer, Falcon’s Beyond. “We have structured ticketing in a way that offers fans the flexibility to explore the park however works best for their vacation, whether they want to visit once or return every day. Being at the forefront of experiential innovation is a core value for Falcon’s Beyond and we look forward to providing guests with an experience that helps them create their own adventures in our immersive destinations.” 


first of several new Katmandu Parks planned around the globe, Katmandu Park | Punta Cana is brought to life through storytelling experiences including four marquee attractions: Voyage of the Fathom Wanderer, a suspended theater attraction where riders soar through an adventure; Legend of the Desirata, a 4D dark ride that tells the Katmandu origin story; Challenge of the Mad Mage, an ON!X Theater attraction that reimagines the traditional 4D interactive theater and EtherQuest, an interactive walk-through attraction where guests are the main characters of their own adventure. Additional attractions include Expedition Golf, a 36-hole mini golf course charting over mountains and inside caves; High Point Adventure, an outdoor ropes course experience; The Quadagon, with four indoor climbing courses for adults and kids and the centerpiece of the park’s plaza, the Wheel of Infinite Wonder, a Katmandu-themed carousel with custom figures inspired by creatures and characters from The Hidden Realms. The park offers several themed food and beverage venues, carnival-style games, retail shops and an arcade. 

Visitors at a Katmandu Park experience.

Katmandu Parks will be connected to premier resort destinations, providing consumers a unique “resortainment” hospitality experience that blends entertainment experiences with premium resort amenities. The first of the new resorts, Falcon’s Resort by Meliá | All Suites Punta Cana, is located just steps away from the park. Following Punta Cana, Falcon’s is expected to expand Katmandu Park to locations including Tenerife, Canary Islands and Mexico. 

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