The Wild Wadi Water Park is located in the Jumeirah area of Dubai and offers numerous inter-connected water slides and activities for the entire family. The outdoor water park follows a theme focused around Arabian folklore about an Arabian adventurer who gets shipwrecked with his friend, Sinbad the sailor. Wild Wadi Water Park offers some of the most exciting attractions including one of the tallest and quickest free-fall slides in the world. Several other attractions such as kids' slides, roller coasters, lazy rivers, heated wave pools and artificial surfing machines are also offered, giving visitors an abundance of options to choose from. Wild Wadi Water Park also offers a few gift shops where visitors may purchase a few souvenirs and mementos of their visit, as well as three restaurants and two snack stalls offering a range of delightful food options.
Tickets cost around 245 AED for individuals over 1.1 metres in height and 185 AED for those below 1.1 metres in height
Open daily from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. with closing times depending on the time of the year.
Around 4 – 5 hours
Adults, Families, Young Adults, Senior Guests, Children
The various slides and rides - Master Blasters series and Jumeirah Sceirah
Prayer room facilities at Wild Wadi Water Park are offered to Muslim visitors, located alongside the changing rooms. Numerous mosques near Wild Wadi Water Park are also readily available and may be visited during prayer times.
Wild Wadi Water Park offers a number of Halal food options within the park itself. With three restaurants and two snack stalls, Halal food at Wild Wadi Water Park will be readily available. However, a bar serving alcoholic drinks is also located in the Wild Wadi Water Park, which Muslim travellers may want to avoid.