My Yalp

The Viking of Njordland

Since June 30, 2018, the Viking has lived in Njordland, Animal, and Leisure Park ThΓΌle. He encourages his guests to dance and run under Yalp Sona Interactive dance and play arch. Together on an adventure hunt!

Ms. Grothaus says,

Guests respond very positively to the Yalp Sona Interactive dance and play arch. In the beginning, we were not sure if the interactive playset would fit into our concept, but the playset has quickly proven itself! The children are attracted by it and feel drawn in right away. There is always movement under the arch! The music plays, and the children dance. You can also see how the Sona attracts everyone; kids who don’t know each other are already playing together, and that’s just fabulous; I also like playing together with my daughter!

The park decided to design and theme the Yalp Sona Interactive dance and play arch to fit perfectly into Njordland. Not only are the colors and characters themed on the Sona, but so is the voice. The voice is of a Viking who goes on an adventure hunt with the children.

You hear a dark male voice, but it sounds quite cute. You immediately imagine a little fat Viking when you hear the Viking voice. It gives you a very personal feeling. It’s not a computer voice. It feels like a real person is living in the Yalp Sona Interactive dance and play arch.’

”All aboard! Kids, let’s gather here. We’re building something really big today!”

– The Viking in Njordland

Yalp Sona - Tier- und Freizeitpark, Germany

Yalp Sona - Tier- und Freizeitpark, Germany

Yalp Sona - Tier- und Freizeitpark, Germany

Yalp Sona - Tier- und Freizeitpark, Germany

Yalp Sona - Tier- und Freizeitpark, Germany

Yalp Sona - Tier- und Freizeitpark, Germany

Yalp Sona - Tier- und Freizeitpark, Germany

Yalp Sona - Tier- und Freizeitpark, Germany

The proof is in the statistics

Through the online management of My Yalp, we can see that the Viking and his Sona are marketing themselves very well: most Yalp Sona Interactive dance and play archs (worldwide) have an average of 3.5 hours of play per day. In Njordland, on the other hand, the working hours are up to 6 hours a day, which means that the Viking now has longer working days.

Ms. Grothaus is very pleased,

The unit has been well received. It doesn’t need any operator or much description. The children enjoy listening to the Viking because he briefly explains at the beginning what game is to be played. Let’s go!