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Get ready to have an “oar-some” time at the UAE’s first-ever man-made white water rafting, kayaking, wakeboarding and surfing attraction.
The levels of fun will be turned up rapidly once you start navigating your way through crashing waves of an adrenalinecharged white-water rafting experience at the base of Al Ain’s Jebel Hafeet.
Whether you’re new to the activity or have dipped your toe in the waters before, you’re in for plenty of thrills and spills.
There are three different levels of whitewater rapids available and no previous experience of it is necessary.
For those with a sense of adventure, this is an exhilarating experience that is not to missed.
All raft trips include a professional guide, a short briefing on the essentials, and all the safety equipment you could need. With that taken care of, all that’s left is to make an almighty splash.
LEGOLAND is the only UAE waterpark designed specifically for kids aged from two to 12 and their families – not that this place is small. With more than 20 waterslides to enjoy you will need to check a map to make sure you tick off all of the many Legoboxes.
There is a lazy Build-A-Raft River, Joker Soaker playground water shooters, a wave bowl and any number of slides for both the little ones and the thrill seekers.
We love the Twin Chasers where you can race each other on double body slides shooting you into a wading area below, or take on Red Rush, where the whole family can ride together in huge raft down a 312-foot-long curving track on an 11-foot in diameter half pipe.
Make sure you don’t miss the Wave Pool to get swished around a bit (in the safest way possible), or take on the Wave Rider if you’re brave enough to zoom your way 240 feet down an open body slide, plunging straight into the water below.
Dhs165 (adults), free (kids under three).