Prepare for a day full of water, sun and fun at Wild Wadi Waterpark. Wild Wadi is designed around Juha and his friend Sinbad who are characters from an Arabian folklore tale. The park offers 30 rides and attractions for the whole family and is located next to the spectacular Burj Al Arab in the Jumeirah area of Dubai.
Hours at Wild Wadi
Saturday to Wednesday
10:00 a.m. – 19:00 p.m.
10:00 a.m. – 18:00 p.m.
10:00 a.m. – 22:00 p.m.
Admission prices at Wild Wadi
General Admission for 1.1 meters and above in height
295 AED/80 USD
General Admission below 1.1 meters in height
250 AED/68 USD
Towel rental is 40 AED/11 USD
Locker rental rates:
Small 45 AED/12 USD
Medium 60 AED/16 USD
Large 75 AED/ 20 USD
For more information on annual passes, contact Wild Wadi sales department at +971 4 348 4444 or email us at email@example.com.
Complimentary access to Wild Wadi
Wild Wadi Waterpark is complimentary for guests of the following hotels:
Jumeirah Beach Hotel
Burj Al Arab
Jumeirah Creekside Hotel
Jumeirah Emirates Towers
Jumeirah Zabeel Saray
Jumeirah Zabeel Saray Royal Residences
Jumeirah Living World Trade Center Residences
Rides at Wild Wadi
There are 30 rides at Wild Wadi suitable for everyone’s taste. There are plenty of fun rides for children and several for thrill seekers as well.
Master Blasters: High powdered water jets surge through eight channels taking guests on an energetic aquatic roller coaster ride.
Burj Surj: Burj Surj is made up of two waterslides and the “bowl”. The start of the ride takes guests downhill where they spiral in the bowl, and then plunge into the downhill slide.
Jumeirah Sceirah: This ride is for the thrill seekers. Standing upright, guests cross their arms and legs before the trap door opens beneath their feet. Guests then slide down 120 meters/394 feet at the speed of 80 kmph/50 mph.
Tantrum Alley: Guests travel downhill in a four-person tube where they encounter two sections of downhill waterslides and three spiraling tornadoes.
Juha’s Dhow and Lagoon: This attraction is perfect for younger children. Over 100 games and activities are located within Juha’s Dhow and Lagoon including body slides, a large dumping bucket of water and racing slides.
Juha’s Journey: Take a break and enjoy the relaxing flow along Juha’s Journey, a 360-meter-long/1,180 feet long lazy river ride.
Wipeout and Riptide: Sevens tons of water per second is sprayed out in a thin sheet across a foam structure producing realistic wave effects perfect for surfing, body boarding or knee boarding.
Wave Pool: Breaker’s Bay is the largest wave pool in the Middle East. The wave pool is an attraction the entire family can enjoy.
Babies at Wild Wadi
Babies are welcome at Wild Wadi. All babies are required to wear special swim diapers if entering in any pool.
Shops at Wild Wadi
Four retail outlets are located in Wild Wadi: Souk Al Wadi, Shabandar’s Souk, Air Tattoo and Sinbad’s Cart.
The shops sell products such as swimwear, t-shirts, towels, water toys, temporary tattoos and other souvenirs
Food at Wild Wadi
Food from outside cannot be brought into Wild Wadi. Only a 1-liter water bottle is allowed. There are several restaurants and cafes at the waterpark.
Julshan’s Burgers and Dogs: Quick service restaurant offering burgers and hot dogs
Juha's Family Kitchen: Quick service restaurant offering different types of food ranging from salads to shawarmas
Ali's BBQ: Arabic restaurant with a live cooking station for barbequed chicken and meat kebabs
Riptide Pizza: Freshly made pizza from a stone oven
Leila's Fruits and Snacks: Fresh fruits, coconuts, juices and smoothies
Shahbandar's Café: Quick service snack café offering items like waffles, nachos, ice cream and milkshakes
Cabanas at Wild Wadi
Nine VIP cabanas are located along Juha’s Lazy River and Wavepool. The cabanas include:
- Tables with four chairs
- VIP Fast Pass for quick access to White Water Wadi
- Cold welcome towels upon arrival
- Eight complimentary towels
- One bottle of water per person
- Soft drinks and fruits in a private refrigerator
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