How did it all start?
Amusement park Walibi Holland is located in the province of Flevoland. More than 40 years ago the park was established here under the name Flevohof. The educational institute Flevohof later changed into amusement park Walibi Flevo. By the way, the name Walibi was chosen by the then Belgian founders, derived from the Belgian towns of Wavre, Limal and Bierges. Hence also the symbol of a kangaroo or wallaby. Then the park underwent a huge metamorphosis with many new attractions and opened in 2000 under the name Six Flags Holland, 'Rollercoaster Capital of Europe'. A few years later the park was taken over again and the famous Walibi returned. Walibi Holland is now an internationally known park with spectacular roller coasters and sensational rides for all ages. Besides the amusement park there is also a holiday park: Walibi Village. The park has 2, 4, 7 and 8 person comfort cottages. In addition, there are all kinds of facilities such as a swimming pool and bike rental. In 2013 a major renovation of the holiday park has started.