Wild Wadi Tickets

Wild Wadi Tickets

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Wild Wadi Tickets

Wild Wadi Tickets

Due to Dubai's mild climate, Wild Wadi tickets are in high demand all year long. Wild Wadi, one of the top waterparks in the world and an aquatic Arabian adventure, is situated in Jumeirah right close to the renowned Burj Al Arab.

The exciting family attraction themed around the story of the well-known folklore figure Juha has a variety of exhilarating rides, slides, and activities for all ages. If relaxation is your style, the calm Wave Pool is a wonderful place to pass the time. Or, for some peace and quiet, while relaxing at the Lazy River, you can rent a private cabana.

Wild Wadi rides and attractions

Wild Wadi attractions

One of the most vibrant and stunning waterparks in the world is the Wild Wadi Water Park in Dubai, which has a view of the Burj Al Arab. The 32-meter-high Jumeirah Sceirah slide, the man-made surf rides Wipeout and Riptide, and the 18-meter-high waterfall are just a few of the water attractions available at the water park, which has 30 distinct ones in total.

Juha's Dhow and Lagoon is a sizable playground with a variety of slides that children will want to explore. If you chance to be standing anywhere near the giant tipping bucket, you will definitely get soaked.

For something with a little bit more tempo and thrill, there are many speed slides available. Try your hand at the Flood River Flyer or push yourself to the maximum on the Jumeirah Sceirah. A surfing simulator is also available for those who want to practise riding a surfboard or bodyboard against the current.

  • The conventional downhill slides are called ring rides. Riders have the option of sitting in a single or double ring.
  • The family rides were replaced with Tantrum Alley and Burj Surj, two new slides. In the area, neither is a first of its kind. Burj Surj contains two bowls, and Tantrum Alley is a slide that combines three tornadoes.
  • The tallest and fastest free-fall water slide located outside of North and South America is called Jumeirah Sceirah. With riders traveling at speeds of up to 80 km/h, the rise reaches 33 m (108 ft) (50 mph).
  • The Wipeout and Riptide FlowRider rides simulate surfing by spraying a thin layer of water at a rate of more than seven tonnes per second across foam structures. Riders can bodyboard, kneeboard, or surf thanks to the realistic wave impression produced by these rides.
  • In the Middle East, Breakers Bay has the biggest wave pool. It generates 1.5 m (4.9 ft) parallel and crossing waves in five distinct configurations.
  • Juha's Journey is a 360 m (1,180 ft) long river that lets visitors unwind as they leisurely float around the park.
  • The children's play area at Wild Wadi has more than 100 water slides and games. It is called Juha's Dhow and Lagoon.
  • There are just four Wipeout AND Riptide games of their kind in existence. The Wipeout, created by the unconventional American lawyer and surfer Thomas Lochtefeld, disperses seven tonnes of water in a second onto a thin sheet that is shaped by a foam framework. This results in a beautiful wave effect that is perfect for the body- and knee-boarding (or surfing during private parties).

Wild Wadi Water Park Location

Wild Wadi Water Park Location

In Dubai, the United Arab Emirates, the water park “Wild Wadi Water Park” is located. The water park is run by Jumeirah International, a hotelier located in Dubai, and is situated in the Jumeirah neighborhood next to the Burj Al Arab and the Jumeirah Beach Hotel.

Wild Wadi Water Park Tickets Prices

Wild Wadi Water Park Tickets Prices

Although there are frequently fantastic opportunities to take advantage of like as resident discounts and Visa Card discounts, general park admission starts at AED249 per person.

A person's height determines how much a ticket costs at the Wild Wadi water park. People who are 1.1 meters tall and shorter are divided into two categories. Tickets purchased in advance from the website are subject to discounts. Along with that, little children under two are admitted free of charge with identification. Lockers cost money if you need them.

Frequently asked questions

What time does the Wild Wadi Waterpark open?

Wild Wadi Waterpark is open: Sun-Sat 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM.

Are reservations for the Wild Wadi Waterpark required in advance?

We advise purchasing e-tickets in advance to guarantee your position because Wild Wadi Waterpark might get busy. Get your ticket when you reserve with Ootlah.

Which amenities are offered at Wild Wadi?

There are a number of amenities at Wild Wadi, including parking, dining options, stores selling mementoes, free access for guests of specific hotels, etc.

Is bringing food into Wild Wadi permitted?

Inside Wild Wadi, outside food is not permitted. However, visitors are permitted to bring a single 1-litre water bottle into the park. Some rides are physically demanding and could be dangerous.

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