Dubai’s Favourite, Wild Wadi Waterpark Reopens For You To Have A Splashing Summer In Dubai

by Deeplata Garde
Dubai’s Favourite, Wild Wadi Waterpark Reopens For You To Have A Splashing Summer In Dubai

The most iconic waterpark in Dubai has reopened its door for the water babies in the town. After a brief period of maintenance, the Wild Wadi Waterpark has finally operational to enjoy a splashing summer. So wear that swimsuit and dive in!

Wild Wadi Waterpark Reopens After A Brief Closure For Maintenance

On Monday (June 26), the popular family-friendly rides and attractions returned to the Wild Wadi Waterpark along with new packages.

The Wild Wadi Waterpark shut down at the start of the year for its yearly repair schedule. February 4th, 2023, was the estimated date for when it would reopen. The famed waterpark was eventually scheduled to reopen, but the repair wasn’t finished, thus it took longer. Between the Souk Madinat Jumeirah and the Jumeirah Beach Hotel is where you’ll find Dubai’s first waterpark, which offers spectacular vistas and opportunities for photos with the city’s recognisable Burj Al Arab.

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Dive Into New Refreshing Offers

Let’s start with the most talked about ride, the Jumeirah Sceirah and yes it is still around for those wondering. Anyone who is game will speed down the 120-meter slide at 80 kph. Go to Tantrum Ally for more thrills; it’s a combo of two slides and three tornadoes that will definitely give you an adrenaline rush.

There’s a Wild Wadi Waterpark Resident Day Pass currently available.  It starts at Dhs215 and is only applicable to the residents of the United Arab Emirates. You can count on it for a full day of family entertainment.

Select a Fast Pass to skip waiting in long queues. Prices begin at Dhs79, which includes entry to White Water Wadi and Wipeout Flow Rider.

You gradually become exhausted by water. Thus, it is now time for a hearty meal You may refuel with delicious pizzas from Firecrust Pizza and hamburgers and hotdogs from Surfer’s Burgers. There’s so much more to relish so we suggest you buy an ‘All you can eat’ ticket for Dhs 235.

The reopening is set to invite a humongous crowd so make sure to book your tickets in advance. Visit Wild Wadi Waterpark with your family and friends.

Cover Image Courtesy: Wild Wadi Waterpark