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Local Name:
Delta Leisure Resorts
Budget:
250M
Announced:
Construction Start:
Opening:
on hold
Location:
Warri, Nigeria
Area:
300 ha
Developer:
Sarner PFM
Operator:
Sarner PFM
Designers:
Contractors:
Ride Suppliers:
Other Suppliers:
Gateway Ticketing, Semnox
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  2. thethemeparkguy is offline themeparX Top Investigator
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    @Phillips, big thank you for making the effort and posting this!

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    Road to Delta Leisure Resorts under construction


    Bridge by the park under construction


    Entrance sign post at Aladja DSC expressway


    Sign board, the only thing you can see apart from the bush!


    More sign boards


    On the bridge


    Approaching the site


    Bulldozed site


    Clearing of the park, no other structure on the ground as of 10/05/2012


    Part of the park yet to be bulldozed

  4. deltanigeria is offline Newbie
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    Just got this construction site location information:

    It is just opposite (DSC) Delta steel company Aladja, Oleri community, from Effurun roundabout 2 Aladja layin of kerbs btw d road, bridge linkin d host community 2, d area cleared.

  5. Why we are diversifying our economy. Interesting background report by Emanuelle Uduaghan. It makes you understand much better why Central Africa's first theme park is being built here:
    http://www.vanguardngr.com/2012/05/why-we-are-diversifying-our-economy/

  6. research007 is offline themeparX Top Investigator
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    Official website is now online and construction has commenced.

    Website:
    http://deltaresortparks.com/

    Construction:


    Resort & theme park layout:


    Source: http://deltaresortparks.com/

  7. niglin is offline Newbie
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    This is how it looks like in Warri. This is where Delta Leisure theme park is built today. I collected the photos from Bing Images search.









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    “We also have a solid private sector investment in agriculture in our collaboration with Obasanjo Farms in the Delta State OFN project and in tourism with the on-going construction of the Delta Leisure Park at Oleri near Warri and the zoo at Ogwashi-Uku.
    Source:
    http://www.vanguardngr.com/2012/04/formidable-accountable-leadership-key-to-nigerias-growth-kagame/

    "on-going construction" - it's time for some photos! Anyone?

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    The leisure resorts, which are expected to cover over 300 hectares, are estimated to cost 49 billion Naira will, be handled by SarnerPFM (Sarner African working with its International Arm (Sarner UK).

    Governor Emmanuel Uduaghan accompanied by the Minister of Tourism, Edem Duke and other delighted Nigerians were on hand weekend in Oleri, Udu Local Government, for the ground breaking and construction master plan presentation.

    When completed the resorts will be one of the most spectacular theme parks and prestigious leisure destinations in the world.
    While presenting the construction master plan to the audience, Princess Abiodun Oyefusi, disclosed that the main park to be located in Oleri village will reflect the culture of the area, while providing a place for escapism, enjoyment and fun.

    She said the Oleri Park will include a water park, five and three star hotels, luxurious chalets, casino, golf course, historical attractions, family entertainment centre and children’s area as well as sport facilities.
    “It is a private initiative. The fund to build the park is coming from some few people. What the Delta state government gave us is the land. When we got here, there was no access. Now, it was only when they built this bridge to open up the place for us and the different communities out there. It is the contributing aspect of the government. The government owns 10 per cent of the park because of the land that they gave us.”

    She added that the company has mobilized capital for the project, “there is investment for the project, that is why we said watch our action. Let our action speak for itself. If you come back here before the year runs out you will see how far we have gone.”
    Source:
    http://www.vanguardngr.com/2012/04/sarner-pfm-mobilises-fund-for-deltaleisure/

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    Moving to Rebuild Warri, Uduaghan Unveils Leisure Resorts
    Source: http://www.thisdaylive.com/articles/moving-to-rebuild-warri-uduaghan-unveils-leisure-resorts/113555/

    In a move to fight crime, create jobs and restore the commercial city of Warri, Delta State Governor, Dr. Emmanuel Uduaghan, will Thursday lay the foundation stone of Delta Leisure Resorts.

    When completed, the resorts will be one of the most spectacular theme parks and prestigious leisure destinations in the southern hemisphere, and the first of its kind in West Africa.

    Inspired by the stunning Nigerian landscape, and celebrating the rich and diverse African culture and wildlife, the Park covers some 300 hectares in the Oleri, Udu, Warri and Ogwashi-Ukwu Asaba areas, and is being built at an estimated cost of N49 billion (US$250 million).
    Delta State Government is providing the land and infrastructure, while UK-based Sanar PSM is providing funding from investors across the globe.

    Among the beautifully landscaped and themed zones, the range of attractions include: a spectacular water park with wave pool and flume, thrilling adventure rides, a dramatic waterfall vista, an animal reserve and marine life centre, sports club and golf course, cinema complex, five- and three- star hotels and luxury villas.

    Others are a casino, colourful live shows, stylish restaurants, a luxurious spa, and top brand shopping galore.

    But it is much more than a luxury leisure destination. The Leisure Resort also has important centres for education and historical learning, such as the local crafts village, cultural museum and children’s interactive centre.

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