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Grab the swimsuits, find some sunscreen: Kalahari Resorts opens May 27

Photo: Kalahariresorts.com

WISCONSIN DELLS – Kalahari Resorts and Conventions reopened for guests on Wednesday, May 27 amid the coronavirus pandemic. The Zambezi Outdoor Waterpark with waterslides, pools, hot tubs and stand-alone bungalows is celebrating its 20th anniversary.

Kalahari is offering 20% off summer stays. Guests who reserve before June 6, 2020 receive 20% off overnights between May 27 and Sept. 6, 2020. Lakeside villa accommodations at Lake Delton and golf packages at Trappers Turn are also available.

“This time has brought unprecedented challenges, and we want to offer a safe place for families to come together and focus on the fun instead of the worry,” said Travis Nelson, spokesperson, Kalahari Resorts and Conventions. “When you’re ready for a getaway, Kalahari will be open with a vacation experience guests can feel good about.”

Kalahari officials said they’re committed to the health and safety of guests and their staff and have taken precautionary steps to ensure the resort is a safe environment for all. There are associate wellness initiatives and enhanced sanitation measures in place using hospital-grade disinfectants and operational changes that allow for social distancing and minimized contact.

Leaders will follow expert reopening guidance and policies from state and local authorities, including the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation’s Reopening Guidelines. As more information becomes available, officials said adjustments will be made to support best practices for the safety and well-being of guests and associates.

For full details on the resort’s approach to a safe getaway and how to book your stay, visit their website.

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