Dubai’s original waterpark, Wild Wadi, offers even more bang for your buck during Dubai Summer Surprises (DSS) 2018 with amazing offers from 22 June to 31 August.
Jumeirah Street, Opp. Burj Al Arab, Jumeirah 2, Dubai
22 June 2018, 10:00 AM
31 August 2018, 07:00 PM
It’s peak season for waterparks in Dubai. We’ve got the summer, and we’ve got the mercury bubbling, so what better time is there to head out into the great outdoors and make a splash at one of the city’s best waterparks?
Wild wadi waterpark is offering a splashing summer deal. With general admission during the winter (for people more than 1.1m tall) at Dhs336, UAE residents can save nearly Dhs200 during summer, with day rates starting from Dhs149 including VAT. Non-residents are charged Dhs336, while there’s also a special all-you-can-drink package with unlimited soft drinks for Dhs169.
Wild Wadi has also launched a new ladies' night, and there are good savings to be had. It's on the first and third Thursday every month, starting from April until September 20, excluding the Ramadan period. Between 8pm and midnight, ladies can get in for Dhs199 per person. Adults can bring in two kids below 1.1 metres in height for free, while additional child tickets are charged at Dhs69 per person.
During ladies' night, the waterpark will be run by an all-female team, with the CCTV cameras monitored by women too. Special private photography areas are available, while boys aged eight years and under will be allowed in if they have a valid ID.
If you live here, all-day tickets can be bought for Dhs149 for those taller than 1.1 metres and Dhs69 for children below that height. That's a heavy discount on the usual rate of Dhs336 or Dhs284 respectively.
Cool off in full view of the iconic Burj Al Arab Jumeirah and discover a world dedicated to everything wet and wacky, led by young Arab adventurer, Juha who takes visitors young and old(er) on a thrilling aquatic journey. Wild Wadi guests can experience metre-high waves, or sit back and enjoy the weather at the Juha’s Journey lazy river. Thrill-seekers are also spoilt for choice with rides including the Burj Surj anf Tantrum Alley. If you prefer to surf, then check out the Riptide Flowriders and Wipeout, which pump out tonnes of water every second producing a realistic wave.
The park has its own way of dealing with currency. Load all your cash on to a magnetic wrist band that you use to pay for things. This means your cash can't be stolen from your sunbeds when you go swimming and you don't have to fumble for cash whilst sopping wet. Make sure to get there for the 10am opening ( as Jumeriah Beach Hotel guests have access at 9am so there is always the possibility of the best loungers being taken already)