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Six Flag México's Pueblo Polinesio is beautifully themed around the Polynesian culture. This land features buildings with thatched roofing and tiki carvings to admire. The thick trees and plants also give it a more tropical feel.

The rides are charmingly themed, like the Piñas Locas. This ride spins guests round and round in sliced pineapples.  There's also Tsunami, which is a fast and fun family coaster.

Food options are limited in this land, but there are pizzas and hot dogs available. We recommend you come for the rides but eat elsewhere, like the nearby Cafe Paris or Chicken Stand restaurants.

Top 3 Things to do in Pueblo Polinesio

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Ride Kilauea
Named after the Kīlauea volcano in Hawaii, this ride will shoot you up into the sky like an eruption. It's a typical rise and drop slingshot ride, but it's still very enjoyable.
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Ride Piñas Locas
The ride itself is fun, albeit a little dizzying. What you really want here is a photo inside one of the charming pineapple ride vehicles.
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Ride Tsunami
Tsunami is a family friendly coaster that tosses you around as it weaves back and forth on its short track. It's a short ride but a fun ride, and there's usually never a long wait for it.

Food & Drinks

Papa Kahuna
Hot Dogs
Price: $50 - $80 MXN
Papa Kahuna serves up hot dogs and fries at the border between Pueblo Polinesio and Hollywood. All seating is outdoor, although there are umbrellas for some coverage. The view is pretty nice for people watching, since plenty of rides and other eateries are nearby. The food, however, is pretty bland. You can get better hot dogs nearby at Andre's Corn Dogs and better fries at Johnny Rockets.
Six Pizza @ Puebla Polinesio
Pizza, Pastas & Salads
Price: $60 - $150 MXN
Six Pizza is Six Flags' pizza restaurant brand, which they have scattered around the park. All locations serve the exact same food. The food is decent quality, with portions large enough to share. The pastas are a bit dry, and the pizzas and salads are basic. The Six Pizzas are best for if you just want to grab a quick bite to eat and you're not really worried about quality, or if you want to sit down for a rest and a snack.

Rides & Attractions


Relaxing (Slow with Little or No Elevation Changes) | Mild (Slow to Moderately Fast with Potentially Higher Elevation)

Thrilling (Fast with Potential High Elevations & Loops) | Wild (Intense Speeds, Extreme Heights, and/or Loops)
Height: 1.4 m
Intensity Level: Thrilling
Blast off at Kilauea, appropriately named after the volcano. It takes you over 60 meters high before dropping you in a straight fall. This drop tower ride has 3 columns, which allows it to seat plenty of guests simultaneaously. The ride itself also isn't that long, so lines here move fairly quickly. This ride also requires an extra fee to ride.
Piñas Locas
Height: 1.3 m alone | 1.2 m w/adult
Intensity Level: Mild
Piñas Locas is a fun spinner ride themed around pineapples. It spins pretty rapidly, so there are overhead bars that keep you in place. It's a step up from the classic teacup hat ride in intensity but still kid friendly. There are only two seats per pineapple slice, so the line can move a bit slowly if it's long.
Height: 1.2 m alone | 1.05 m w/adult
Intensity Level: Mild
This family coaster is a great combination of speedy and exciting without being too thrilling. It's a bit of a bumpy ride, but that's part of the fun of the Tsunami. This one is definitely a ride for coaster fans that don't do heights well.
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