Dubai To Get A New Waterpark With 6-metre Wave Pool & Dedicated Aqua Play Area For Kids

Dubai New Waterpark
by Yogita Chainani
by Yogita Chainani 1438

Dubai is home to several waterparks, and each one of them is quite distinct from each other. Be it the opulent Aquaventure at Atlantis or Wild Wadi at Jumeirah Beach Hotel, there’s something about these fun parks that make you say yippee! And now Dubai-ites, it’s time to have some more fun, since a new waterpark is all set to launch in the emirate. Jungle Bay is going to open in Mina Seyahi in January 2021. 

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Jungle Bay Park Will Cater To Everyone And Will Boast Fun Water Rides For Kids 

In terms of development, it’s still under construction and will be open for the people next year. Nestled right next to Le Méridien Mina Seyahi Beach Resort & Marina, the park will have fun things for everyone. You can enjoy the slides with your gang and let your kids have fun at the dedicated AquaPlay area. The waterpark will boast slides, and a 6-metre wave pool is designed for the family and will be suitable for everyone. And for foodies, the park will also have a refuel cafe & bar which will provide varied kinds of food and beverages.

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Only People From Certain Resorts Can Visit This Waterpark

If you are planning to visit this waterpark with your fam next year, then you must know that the waterpark will only be available for guests of Le Méridien Mina Seyahi Beach Resort & Marina and The Westin Dubai Mina Seyahi Beach Resort & Marina. 

For the park, there will be three 130-metre long AquaTubes that will send thrill-seekers flying at top speeds. They will take you in a 360-degree loop before an unexpected drop. The Aqua Play area designed for the kids will also have fun and safe water slides. The slides are designed for kids at any age and have been designed keeping all the safety conditions in mind. For kids, who don’t enjoy thrills, they can take a dip in shallower pools. 

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