Jungle Island adds Escape Rooms

Two new escape rooms have opened at Jungle Island, Florida, adding to its variety of interactive and family-friendly amenities. Designed by Escape Logics, the escape rooms have been developed to integrate family-friendly entertainment with Jungle Island’s natural environment.

“Jungle Island has always been a destination where visitors can enjoy innovative experiences in one of Miami’s most desirable locations,” said John Dunlap, CEO of Iconic Attractions Group. “We’re excited to bring new interactive features that bring families and friends together in this South Florida landmark.”

Each room features elements of theatre, and has its own unique plot and themes. The difficulty of the rooms can also be adjusted to accommodate participants.

The first room, The Cabin in the Jungle, sees guests trapped inside a cabin with a time bomb set to blow in 30 minutes. Using the puzzles, props, ciphers and clues, they must figure out the bomb’s disarm code and escape in time. In The Asylum room, players are are locked inside the experimental ward of a former asylum for the criminally insane. There’s only 30 minutes before the room runs out of air, so participants must solve the puzzles and clues to escape.

Jungle Island also welcomed three new amenities earlier in the month; SuperFlight, south Flordia’s first permanently installed vertical wind tunnel with outdoor free fall simulation; NeoSplash a pop-up water park with a number of jumbo-sized slides, and The Battleground, a Nerf foam dart challenge course.

And there’s more in the pipeline – over the year, Jungle Island will welcome the Flying Squirrel indoor trampoline park, flow rider wave machine, Miami’s first immersive zip line course, and a beachfront dining experience. The final piece, a manmade Crystal Lagoon, is scheduled to open in summer 2019.


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