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Wild Wadi Park
Wild Wadi Park
Wild Wadi! The name is synonymous with the characteristic rides that it has to offer. This water park was created like an Arabian ‘wadi’ or ‘oases’ with many of the rides representing ancient Arabian folklore. It comprises of 12 acres of thrilling water rides and other attractions. Wild Wadi Park is situated in Jumeirah, between Burj Al Arab and Jumeirah Beach Hotel in Dubai, and is about a 20-minute drive from the city center.

It is an outdoor water theme park with a heated wave pool, water slides and artificial surfing machines. The water park has an 18 meter high water fall, which comes down in the form of a rain shower every 10 minutes. Wild Wadi's assortment of rides suits all age groups, making it a sought after water sports joint in Dubai.

Fun Rides

Master Blaster is a series of slides. Master Blaster is best described as an ‘uphill water roller coaster.’ Riders can sit in a single or double ring which is propelled uphill by high-powered water jets. The Master Blaster rides include White Water Wadi, Jebel Lookout, Wadi Leap, Hos'N Hurler, Falaj Fury, Wadi Twister, Wadi Basher and Flood River Flyer.

Ring Rides are downhill gravity slides. Riders sit in a single or double ring and move fast to the bottom of the slide. These rides include Tumble Falls, Falcon Fury, Rushing Rapids, Thunder Rapids and Tunnel of Doom.

Falcon Fury is a short and thrilling 58 meters ring ride. Tunnel of Doom is a thrilling underground ride. Family ride goes uphill into a pool area and then it moves on a 170 meter downhill slide. The Summit Surge and Rushdown Ravine combination is uniquely different.

Jumeirah Sceirah is the biggest water slide outside of North America. It is about 108 feet and thrusts riders up to 80 km per hr. Flow Riders is a surfing simulator. The Wipeout and Riptide FlowRiders is termed as the ultimate in surfing experience. The Wipeout FlowRider is touted to be one among the best four rides in the world.

Juha's Journey is a 360 meter long lazy river. Breakers Bay is the largest wave pool in the Middle East, creating 5 different types of waves. Juha’s Dhow and Lagoon is a special spot for small kids. There are over 100 water games including 5 slides, a huge dumping bucket, racing slides, and water guns.

Wadi Wash is a choreographed sound, light and water show and is one of the main attractions at Wild Wadi. The Fossil Rock fills up with 60,000 liters of water to create a ‘Flash Flood’.

Timings and Rates

Wild Wadi Water Park is open everyday from 11 am, and has different closing hours depending on the season. In January, February, November and December it closes at 6:00 pm while in March, April, May, September and October it closes at 7 pm. In summer, Wild Wadi closes at 9 p.m. Thursday is a ‘ladies only’ day.

The entrance fee at Wild Wadi Dubai is Dhs. 160 (US$ 44). Children below a height of 1m are charged Dhs. 125 (US$ 34). In addition, Dhs. 20 (US$ 5.50) is applicable if a towel or locker is rented. One of the perks for people residing at Jumeirah Beach Hotel or Burj Al Arab is free access to the Wild Wadi Water Park.

Once inside the theme park, one can go on all the rides. Rubber floats and lifejackets are also provided. The water park has 90 lifeguards on duty. Wild Wadi offers thrills, chills and fun. It's the perfect place to unwind, sit back and have a blasting time. It definitely lives up to its catchword phrase ‘Wet! It's wild! It's Wild Wadi - the wildest water park ever!’

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