As the mercury rises, there’s nothing better than taking a dip in to the pool to beat the heat. Now there’s all the more reason for it!
For nine days, from 31st August to 8th September, Wild Wadi Waterpark will stay open after hours to make the most of the long summer evenings.
All throughout Eid, the new opening hours will be from 10am-10pm on regular days, and from 8pm-12am midnight every Thursday for ladies night!
Themed around the tale of Juha, a character from Arabian folklore, Wild Wadi is home to over 30 fun rides and attractions – suitable for kids of all ages (yes, we mean adults too).
There’s something here for everyone – if you fancy yourself a bit of a thrill seeker, you must try the Tantrum Alley and Burj Surj amongst many other adrenaline-pumping rides, and for those who want to enjoy a picturesque view of the Burj Al Arab, grab a float and ride along the lazy river of Juha’s Journey.
For the daredevils, you cannot leave without riding the Jumeirah Sceirah! it’s a long walk to the top, and the higher you climb, the scarier it gets, but trust us – it’s all worth it in the end.
Dubai is a land of world-records and things that rarely exist everywhere else in the world, so don’t forget to test your surfing skills and ride the WipeOut Flowrider, which is one of four such rides in the world.
So whip out your swimming costumes (and Go Pro cameras to capture all the fun), and head on down for the time of your life.
BONUS! You can save up to 25 percent on tickets if you use your Visa card, or enter for only AED 195 using UAE resident card, or simply book online to save AED 40 off the original price.
General Admission for 1.1 metres or above in height AED 310 per person and below 1.1 metres in height AED 260 per person. Children under two enter for free.