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Wild Wadi Water Park Tickets

With a splash and a scream, the desert heat will soon be forgotten. Wild Wadi Water Park Tickets are a Dubai necessity. A welcome break from the sun. And a fun day out too. Splash, swim and slide at Dubai's most thrilling water park. Not only is it one of Dubai's top-rated attractions, but it's also a theme park that can boast over 30 rides and attractions for all ages! No-one is left out here. Plunge (screaming probably) down the Jumeriah Sceirah slide or ride the Tornadoes of Tantrum Alley before relaxing and refuelling at one of the restaurants, cafes or shops. Then when you're ready, you can have fun all over again. Wild Wadi Water park tickets are a thrill-seekers haven. Just make sure to pack your swimwear.


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Our tips for Wild Wadi Water Park

Plan ahead: To beat the long afternoon queues, get there before it opens 

Days off: Try to avoid the weekend (Friday / Saturday) as it can get extremely busy

Right Clothing is a must: You must have the correct swimwear on all the rides. That is t-shirt and shorts or wet suits, sunsuit or tops. Make sure to have goggles handy especially to protect the kids against the heat.

Good to know

Best time to visit

Weekdays are less crowded than weekends and getting there early will mean shorter queues at the gate.

Getting there

Head to Jumeirah, its 20 minutes drive from central Dubai or 15 minutes from Dubai Marina. Catch the bus if needed. The 8, 81, 88 and X28 take you to the Wild Wadi stop. Taxi’s are another easy to use option and affordable too.

Money saving tips

Keep your valuables safe by renting a locker. Small ones are USD7 and larger ones are USD10. Lock your stuff away and go and play!

Did you know?

Impress your fellow travellers with these interesting titbits:

The highest ride at the park is 390 ft high! And you will reach speeds of 50 kmph! That's fast water based fun, so hold on!

The famous Burj slide is the only slide in the world with two bowls. It's race time!

Hope you have a head for heights? The highest ride has a fall of 390ft and you'll hit speeds of 50kmph, so make sure to hold on tight

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