With the COVID-19 restrictions relaxing across the world, the Wild Wadi reopened its doors to the public on 10 July 2020 with strict adherence to safety protocols. Several measures have been set in place to ensure that all visitors have a safe and enjoyable experience during their visit to the Wild Wadi.
In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, Wild Wadi water park has introduced a set of new rules and guidelines for a safe and enjoyable experience for all its visitors:
Located against the beautiful backdrop of the Burj Al Arab, the Wild Wadi water park is home to a variety of exciting rides and slides. From breathtaking roller coasters to a child-friendly play area, the Wild Wadi has something for everyone. And it is for that very reason that it has become one of the most popular destinations in Dubai. Be it Jumeirah Sceirah, one of the tallest free-fall water rides in the world, or the Master Blaster roller coaster that propels you almost 15 meters above the ground, you will thoroughly enjoy your visit to the oldest water park in Dubai. Let’s take a look at Wild Wadi tickets, opening hours, and everything else you need to know for a fun-filled vacation.
Please keep in mind that due to the COVID-19 pandemic, entry into the water park will be restricted. While there are no fixed time slots for entry, all Wild Wadi rides will have a maximum capacity of 1 person per 4 square meters. This will ensure that social distancing is maintained throughout your visit. Let’s take a closer look at your Wild Wadi ticket options.
Explore one of the oldest and most popular water parks of Dubai with your Wild Wadi ticket. With more than 30 rides for you to enjoy, you will find one for every mood. Whether you are looking for a relaxing dip in the pool or a nerve-cracking roller coaster ride, there’s something for everyone here. If you are visiting with kids, there is an entire section dedicated to children filled with slides, climbing frames, and other child-friendly structures. Once you have had your fill of the rides, catch your breath over a delicious meal at one of the Wild wadi cafes before ending your day with a little bit of souvenir shopping. For a hassle-free experience, you can upgrade your Wild Wadi waterpark ticket to include hotel transfers as well!
In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, it is highly recommended that you purchase your Wild Wadi tickets online before arriving at the venue. This will not only save a considerable amount of your time but also ensure that there is no overcrowding at the venue.
With over 30 rides to its name, Wild Wadi is a one-stop-destination for everyone visiting Dubai. Perhaps the most famous among all the Wild Wadi rides is the Jumeirah Sceirah - the fastest free-fall water slide in the Middle East. Equally exciting is the Burj Surj that takes you on a roller-coaster ride of turns and slides, ultimately leading you to a large pool. If you are an adrenaline junkie, the Action River with its whirlpools and river rapids is a must-visit.
Here's everything you need to know about visiting Wild Wadi.
The Wild Wadi water park is closed on Mondays.
Since the Wild Wadi water park is one of the most popular destinations in the city, it sees a large number of visitors every day. One way to avoid the crowd is to arrive at the park as soon as it opens at 10.00 AM. Evenings tend to be the busiest so it is best to avoid arriving post 4.00 PM.
Wild Wadi is located in Dubai’s Jumeirah, against the backdrop of the iconic Burj Al Arab.
Opp. Burj Al Arab - Jumeirah St - Umm SuqeimUmm Suqeim 3 - Dubai - United Arab Emirates
Wild Wadi is accessible by bus, metro, and taxi.
The Wild Wadi water park is located at a distance of 25 kilometers from the airport and takes about half an hour by car.
Since outside food is not allowed, you cannot carry your own food inside the water park. However, Wild Wadi houses a number of cafes where you can dine in.
Yes. Wild Wadi has reopened its doors to the public with many safety and social distancing measures in place to ensure that all visitors have a safe experience.
Several safety measures like increased sanitization and social distancing have been put in place at Wild Wadi.
A standard Wild Wadi waterpark ticket will cost you around AED 310.
In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, it is advisable to pre-book your Wild Wadi waterpark tickets for a safe and comfortable experience.
In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, you should book your Wild Wadi tickets online. This will not only save you from long entry lines but will also make your experience a safe one.
Yes. The Wild wadi water park has six cafes you can choose from.
Yes. You can choose from the four souvenir shops at Wild Wadi that sell a variety of merchandise that includes mugs, T-shirts, toys, and more.
Car parking, food and beverage options, souvenir shops, complimentary access to guests of certain hotels, etc, are some of the facilities available at Wild Wadi.
It is recommended that you wear swimsuits, bikinis, and burkinis while visiting Wild Wadi.
Guests staying in certain hotels such as Jumeirah Beach Hotel and Burj Al Arab can enjoy complimentary access to Wild Wadi.
Yes. Guests with disabilities can enjoy 25% off on their Wild Wadi waterpark tickets. There are several rides suitable for guests with disabilities
Yes. Children under the age of 13 should be accompanied by an individual aged 16 years or older to enter Wild Wadi.
Yes, you can book your Wild Wadi tickets online.
Yes. Wild Wadi is a family entertainment waterpark with facilities for even babies and toddlers.
Your Wild Wadi Waterpark ticket is valid for the date selected during checkout.