Next to the famous Burj Al Arab hotel you can find the Wild Wadi Waterpark. The Wild Waldi water park is designed around the Arab story about Juha & Sinbad. Figures from this story can be seen everywhere in the water park. More than 30 million liters of water, 24 slides and various wild water courses ensure guaranteed water fun for you and your children. Some of the slides are 33 meters high and provide speeds up to 80 km per hour.
In the Wild Wadi Waterpark you can enjoy in the largest wave pool in the Middle East or grab a rented surfboard and go surfing in the “WipeOut Flowrider”, one of the four artificial surf waves of the world. This unique surf attraction pumps seven tons of water per second in a narrow arc that makes you feel like you’re surfing on real waves. A unique experience!
Besides the water rides and the slides there are also various attractions for the less adventurous guests, such as a swimming pool with small waves and a rippling river on which you can float on an inflatable tire. In a separate part of the water park you can find the “Juha’s Dhow and Lagoon” which is specially designed for smaller children with quiet slides and water games. Children can enjoy themselves here with more than 100 different water activities including five water slides, two racing slides and water guns.
Wild Wadi Waterpark tickets
Do you want to cool off in the Wild Wadi water park for a day? You can easily order your tickets for the water park via the internet. The tickets for the Wild Wadi Waterpark in Dubai cost 70 euro for adults, children up to 110 cm pay 56 euros. Tickets can be ordered on the website of Tiqets.com or at the website of GetYourGuide. You can easily pay by credit card or Paypal. The mentioned prices may have changed, for the current admission prices please refer to the website of the ticket seller.
Opening hours and reachability
November to February: 10:00 am to 6:00 pm
March to May: 10:00 to 19:00
June to August: 10:00 to 20:00
September to October: 10:00 to 19:00
Do you want to take the bus to the Wild Wadi water park? Then take the bus 8, 8a, N2 or X25 and get off at the Wild Wadi stop at the entrance of the Burj al Arab. The Wild Wadi Water Park is also easily accessible by taxi. Most drivers will understand you when you say you are going to Wild Wadi Water Park. Because the water park is next to the Burj al Arab you can also give this place to the taxi driver as the final destination.