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Wild Wadi Water Park

Wild Wadi Water park – Entry Price, Tickets, Opening Hours, Waiting Time, and More Tips

The Wild Wadi Waterpark is an award-winning leisure destination that appeals to both relaxation-seekers and adventure enthusiasts alike. With its unique location next to the iconic Burj Al Arab Hotel, the park offers a wide range of exciting attractions and water plays.

One of the standout features of the Wild Wadi Waterpark are the breathtaking water slides. Here, you'll experience sheer thrill as you plunge down rapid descents through exciting curves. Those who prefer a more relaxed pace can drift on one of the park’s gentle rivers. But there’s much more to Wild Wadi Waterpark. It boasts one of the world's largest man-made surfing wave pools, where you can test your skills on the waves. For the little ones, there are safe splash areas, including a family pool and the famous Lazy River.

The architecture and atmosphere of the park are inspired by the rich Arab culture and stories from 'One Thousand and One Nights'. This gives the Wild Wadi Waterpark a unique flair.

How to Get to Wild Wadi Waterpark?

The best way to get to the waterpark is by taxi or bus. Unfortunately, the park doesn’t have a direct metro connection. If you opt for a taxi, just tell the driver you want to go to Wild Wadi Water Park. Or you can use the Uber link below, which already includes the destination and automatically calculates your route. Those who prefer to take the bus to Wild Wadi Waterpark can do so using various bus lines that stop directly in front of the park.

Taxi Uber, Careem, DTC Wild Wadi Water Park
Bus 8, 81, 88, N55, X88 Wild Wadi 1

Order UBER to Wild Wadi Waterpark

What are the Opening Hours of Wild Wadi WaterPark Dubai?

The water theme park is open throughout the year. Wild Wadi Waterpark opens its doors at 10:00 AM and closes them at 6:00 PM.

The waterpark is currently closed until February 2, 2024, due to annual maintenance. From February 3, you can visit Wild Wadi Waterpark again.

DayOpening Hours
Monday 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Tuesday 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Wednesday 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Thursday 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Friday 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Saturday 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Sunday 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM

What is the Entrance Fee to Wild Wadi Waterpark?

Day tickets for the water park are available in two price categories. For adults and children over 1.10 meters in height, the ticket costs 330 AED (≈ 81.00 Euros) on-site. Visitors shorter than 1.10 meters pay 275 AED (≈ 67.00 Euros) on-site. Booking your ticket online in advance can save you some money, as online tickets for Wild Wadi Waterpark are offered at a cheaper rate.

People (over 1.10 meters) 330 AED from 215 AED
People (under 1.10 meters) 275 AED from 195 AED
Toddlers (<3 years) Free Free

On-site, small, medium, and large lockers can be booked starting from 39 AED. It is also possible to rent towels for a fee if you do not want to use your own or don’t have any with you.

Small Locker 39 AED
Medium Locker 49 AED
Large Locker 69 AED
Towel 29 AED

Where Can I Buy Tickets for Wild Wadi Water Park?

Tickets can be purchased directly at the entrance of the water park. Additionally, there is the option to buy entrance tickets online, which are cheaper compared to buying on-site. The online tickets do not need to be printed; a digital version is sufficient and can be shown at the entrance.



What Attractions are in Wild Wadi Waterpark?

With these top attractions, Wild Wadi Waterpark offers an unforgettable experience for both adventure lovers and water enthusiasts. Dive in and experience the best of water fun!

Jumeirah Sceirah
Jumeirah Sceirah is undoubtedly the most thrilling attraction at Wild Wadi Waterpark. This vertical water slide takes you up to a height of 32 meters, before the trap door beneath you opens and you plummet down at an almost vertical angle at breathtaking speed. With a top speed of nearly 80 km/h, it offers an adrenaline rush like no other.

Master Blasters
The Master Blasters are innovative water slides that propel you using water jets. They offer a unique adventure, shooting you up and down through curves and descents. These groundbreaking slides are the first of their kind in the Middle East and guarantee thrills and water fun at the same time.

Wipeout and Riptide
Wipeout and Riptide are two exciting wave pools that provide ultimate water fun. The waves can reach up to 1.5 meters high, offering the perfect opportunity to ride on a bodyboard or simply let the waves carry you away.

Tantrum Alley and Burj Surj
Tantrum Alley and Burj Surj are thrilling group slides that create a whirlpool of excitement. In Tantrum Alley, you whirl through funnels and swirling descents in inflatable rings, while Burj Surj gives you the sensation of surfing on a giant water slide. Both offer splashy fun for friends and family.

Flood River Flyer
The Flood River Flyer is a spectacular Lazy River that takes you through a picturesque setting on an inflatable tube. Here, you experience gentle currents and exciting rapids. It's the perfect way to relax and enjoy the natural beauty of the park.

Wild Wadi Waterpark has much more than these attractions. With over 30 other water slides, wave pools, a Lazy River, and special areas for little ones, there's something for every visitor.

What Should You Keep in Mind When Visiting Wild Wadi Park?

The following rules are set and (partially) enforced by the provider:

  • Children under 13 years are only allowed entry if accompanied by a person aged 16 years or older
  • Some attractions require a minimum height of 1.10 meters
  • No glass bottles and containers
  • A maximum of 1 liter of drinking water per person is allowed in the park
  • No professional cameras and tripods

What to Expect at Wild Wadi Waterpark Dubai


Is a Visit to the Theme Park Worth It?

For those who love water parks and the adrenaline rush, a visit to Wild Wadi Waterpark is a must. Despite the high entrance fee, it comes highly recommended. The numerous slides and pools are sure to excite both adults and children.