Yas Waterworld Launches Exclusive ‘Ladies Only’ Deal

by Vaishnavi Venkataraman
Yas Waterworld Launches Exclusive ‘Ladies Only’ Deal

If adventure, food and drinks define your idea of fun, this one’s steal! Ladies, mark your diaries! The Yas Waterworld is hosting a one-of-its-kind deal exclusively for ladies, throughout the month of September. This one’s epic! On that note, check out these ladies night deals in Dubai.

What’s The Deal?

For just AED 250 ladies can enjoy a day in the theme park, experiencing 40 rip-roaring rides. Laze around with your girl friends on the Amwaj Wave Pool, hold on tight for a white-knuckled trip down the Yadi Yas crazy river or challenge your friends through six unique slides, each with their own serpentine twist.

Credits: Yas Water World

And in case you need more, slide from the height of a mountaintop on the region’s tallest speed slide. Besides, the park will be operated and supervised by an all-female staff ensuring 100% privacy as you have fun with your girls.

Safety Measures To Be Followed

Firstly, the park has put a 30% cap on the number of guests. And to help keep this, only online booking is allowed for all guests including annual pass holders. No walk-ins are permitted. Guests must wear a facemask when off rides as well as maintain social distancing. Guests are also encouraged to sanitise heir hands at all times and opt for contactless payments.

Ticket Prices

Tickets are priced at AED 250 for one adult and AED 210 for one child. Boys under 8 years are also allowed, but an ID proof is required.


Location: Yas Waterworld, Yas Island, Abu Dhabi
Timings: Every Monday and Thursday in September from 2pm to 11pm
Cost: Adult prices start at AED 250
Contact: (600) 51115

Waterparks In Dubai That Are Now Open To The Public

1. Wild Wadi

Guests can enjoy access to all rides as well as the stunning views of the Burj Al Arab for just AED 99. The offer is available on any day before Thursday, July 23 and tickets must be purchased online. Meanwhile, if you wish to hang in for longer, pick the Ultimate Wadi Pass for AED 297. The pass offers unlimited access to the water park until September 30.

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2. Laguna Waterpark

Laguna waterpark reopened on 2 July with a limited-time offer of AED 125 for adults and AED 99 for children when booking online. The offer is valid only for online bookings for 2 weeks from 2 July onwards. The offer also includes food, drinks and a towel.

3. Atlantis, The Palm’s Aquaventure

Aquaventure reopened on 18 June, with up to 50% off on entry tickets. A day pass at the theme parks will now cost AED 119 for adults and AED 99 for children. Earlier, this was priced at AED 350 and AED 295. In addition, a three month seasonal pass is priced at AED 250 instead of AED 360. The annual pass is also reduced to AED 495 instead of AED 990.

Dolphin Bay, Sea Lion Point, The Lost Chambers and all dive experiences in The Ambassador Lagoon are also open with discounts up to 50%. All guests staying at the Atlantis must buy tickets online. Towels will be provided for all guests and access to changing rooms and lockers will be limited. Thermal checks, social distancing and a hygiene team are other precautions the park has put in place.

Safety Measures Followed By Theme Parks

The Department of Tourism and Commerce Marketing announced that water parks in Dubai will reopen from 18 June. However, there will be a 50% cap on the capacity of visitors. Rides, slides, as well as showers and locker rooms will also be allowed to reopen.

Ahead of its reopening, water parks will be cleaned, disinfected and water systems will be checked to ensure its safe. In addition, staff will have to check temperature regularly, wear facemask and gloves at all times. Visitors will not be permitted to enter if they have a body temperature of 37.5 degrees celsius or higher.

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Furthermore, kids soft play areas, ball pits, rock climbing walls, inflatable zones, trampolines, arcade and gaming zones, remain inaccessible as yet. In addition, events and live entertainment are also not allowed.

Groups up to 10 people can be together, but social distancing must be followed. Lifeguards working in parks should feel “empowered to enforce the guidelines without fear of abuse or harassment by users who do not want to comply with the guidelines,” Dubai Municipality said.

The parks also have allotted rooms to isolate suspected Covid cases. People with underlying medical conditions are not permitted to enter the park. On that note, here are Top Water Parks To Visit In UAE.