Zoo & Adventure park Thule - Yalp Sona - Yalp
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Zoo & Adventure park Thule – Yalp Sona

Yalp Sona - Thule, Germany

Zoo & Adventure park Thule

The Vikings have arrived!

Since the 30th of June 2018, the Vikings live in Nordland. They are stationed in Zoo & Adventure park Thule. There, they encourage guests to move under the interactive dance arch, Yalp Sona. Creating new adventures together!

Mrs. Gasthaus states: “The guests react very positively to the Yalp Sona. In the beginning, we were not sure about whether the interactive fits in our concept, but the product proved itself pretty quickly! Children are being enticed by the product and instantly feel engaged with the product. There is always movement under the arch! Music plays and kids are dancing. You can tell that the Yalp Sona attracts everyone: Kids who don’t know each other start to play together and this is just fabulous. For me, it’s a great way to interact with my daughter as well.”

"The Yalp Sona dance & play arch is well accepted. It requires no supervision or game manual. The children love to listen to the Viking's voice because he explains which game they are going to play."

Customize your entire playset; including the audio pack

The park decided to diversify itself by designing a unique custom Sona arch, so it fits perfectly into Njordland. It’s not just the colors and figures that are unique, the audio is also customized. You hear a deep Viking’s voice that people can bond to. Even though it’s a computer voice, it feels like a real Viking is living in the Yalp Sona and takes the kids with him on adventures.

We can tell that the Viking and his Yalp Sona are doing very well according to the online My Yalp play statistics: most Yalp Sona’s (worldwide) have an average of 3.5 hours a day. In the Njordland, however, the play hours are a maximum of 8 hours a day.

Mrs. Grothaus is very satisfied: “The Yalp Sona is well accepted. It requires no supervision or a big manual. The children love to listen to the Viking’s voice because he explains which games they are going to play.” Let’s go!