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Wild Wadi Waterpark - Dubai

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Living up to its name, the Wild Wadi Waterpark in Dubai is rated as one of the top attractions worth visiting in the UAE. The waterpark has attractions for people of all ages and spreads across 12 acres of land. The coolest water park with adrenaline pumping rides, Wild Wadi attracts numerous visitors every day.

Wild Wadi finds a perfect location in the Jumeirah District of Dubai between Burj Al Arab and the Jumeirah Beach Hotel. It is about a 20-30 minute's ride from the city center. All in all, the Wild Wadi has 24 exciting rides and slides. The entire area has been designed in the form of an Arabian wadi, meaning 'valley,' with several aspects inspired from Arabian folklore.

Wild Wadi also has one of the largest water slides in the region. Several of the slides go downhill and have two types of seating arrangements, single and double.

The Jumeirah Sceirah is the second largest free fall water slide in the world. The height of the ride is 33 m and visitors experience a speed of 80 km/h. Visitors looking for a thrilling experience will definitely love this ride.

There are eight Master Blaster rides in the park that are best illustrated as uphill water roller coaster rides. The Master Blaster rides include White Water Wadi, Wadi Leap, Wadi Basher, Jebel Lookout, Hos'N Hurler, Wadi Twister, Falaj Fury and Flood River Flyer.

There are several Ring Rides, which are the traditional downhill slides. The Ring Rides include Tumble Falls, Rushing Rapids, Thunder Rapids, Falcon Fury and Tunnel of Doom.

The Flowriders are two immobile wave machines namely the Wipeout and Riptide. They emit 7 tons of water every second creating a wave like effect. These rides are ideal for knee-boarding, body-boarding and also surfing.

The Breakers Bay is among the largest wave pools in the Middle East. This ridecreates parallel and crossing waves 1.5 m (4.9 ft.) in height and in five diverseformations.

The Tantrum Alley and Burj Surj are the latest additions to the park. The Tantrum Alley is a one of a kind of ride with an arrangement of 3 tornados, and the Burj Surj has 2 bowls.

If you are in for a relaxing ride, then the Juha's Journey is an excellent choice. Designed in the form of a long river (360m) you can enjoy floating slowly across its length.

The kids can have a great time at the Juha's Dhow and Lagoon, which is a wonderful play area for children with over 100 water games and rides.

The Wild Wadi is open every day of the year at 11:00 AM. The closing timings of the park vary at different times of the year. From December to February the park closes at 6:00 PM and from March to May and September to October it closes at 7:00 PM. During the summer months from June to August it closes at 9:00 PM. Every Thursday the park is open only for women.

 

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Arabic and English are two commonly spoken languages in the UAE.

LOCAL TIME

GMT+4 hrs throughout the year

BUSINESS HOURS

Government: 8 AM to 3 PM
General: 9 AM to 5 PM
(Sunday to Thursday are the working days of the week. Friday & Saturday are considered as weekends)

HOLIDAYS
Independence Day: December 2nd
New Year's Day: January 1st

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Tourist Security: 800-4888
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