The photos of ‘unicorn island’ are amazing

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Got your unicorn humidifier? Your unicorn slippers? Your giant unicorn sprinkler? Is your entire home filled with unicorn paraphernalia because you believe them to be the most magical creatures known to man? Then you should know that we’ve found something even better than floating on a unicorn floatie in your backyard pool — and that’s doing it at a place called Inflatable Island, a place that is filled with unicorn magic.

Inflatable Island is a mystical place located in the Philippines, and it’s comprised of over 13,000 square feet of floating fun, according to its website. That’s the equivalent of eight basketball courts, and it’s all made up of flotation devices used to form a massive water park or, as the website refers to it, a “Floating Playground.”

The most exciting part of the playground? An entire section devoted to unicorns, called Unicorn Island. This is the most magical part of the whole island, and the reason why you’ll be wanting to book a trip to the Philippines as soon as humanly possible.

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As you can tell, this place was made to be memorialized for all eternity in your Instagram feed.

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Its more ‘gram-worthy than even the super popular Unicorn Frappuccino, and we didn’t think achieving that kind of internet fame would be possible ever again.

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In case you’re wondering, the website does say this park is kid-friendly — although you may have been more interested in having your bachelorette party there, and we can’t say we blame you.

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If you’re thinking of making a trip to Inflatable Island a family affair, here’s what the website has to say about bringing your children:

“There is no age limit … for younger children (3 feet to 4 feet), we require a 1:1 adult-kid radio. Inflatable Island requires all participants to be at least 3 feet.”

So, as long as your little ones meet the height restriction, they can play on the floats all day long!

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Entrance to the park starts at $9.57 USD for an hour pass, but prices vary depending upon how long you stay. One pass gives you access to the Inflatable Island as well as the nearby beach and Pink Bali Lounge, which looks like the perfect place to hang out once you’ve exhausted yourself hopping around from float to float.

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One thing to keep in mind before you plan your trip — according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the Philippines are experiencing an outbreak of measles, so you’ll want to make sure you’re properly vaccinated before heading over there, or plan your travels accordingly.

So who’s ready to take the most epic vacation ever?

[h/t: Cosmopolitan]

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