Wild Wadi Waterpark to open from Friday July 10

Online tickets start at just Dhs99

Wild Wadi Waterpark to open from Friday July 10

Popular waterpark Wild Wadi, at Jumeirah Beach Hotel, is to reopen this Friday (July 10).

Wild Wadi will be open Tuesday to Sunday, 10am until 6pm with tickets starting at Dhs99 if you buy online.

You can also get an Ultimate Wadi Pass for the summer, for Dhs297 for three months, until September 30, 2020.

Waterparks are permitted to open across Dubai but must follow strict health and safety measures including sanitisation and social distancing rules.

“Wild Wadi Waterpark invites thrill seekers to take on exciting rides and attractions, connected by state-of-the-art anti-slip flooring that disperses heat so that guests are comfortable and cool while they explore,” reads a statement on the waterpark’s website.

“Wild Wadi Waterpark has implemented global best practices prioritising guest safety, and will implement temperature checks, require visitors to wear masks when transiting public areas and en-force social distancing measures.”

It follows Atlantis The Palm’s waterpark Aquaventure, which opened on June 18 and Laguna Waterpark in La Mer, which reopened on July 2. 
Laguna has a special deal running until July 16 where adult entry is Dhs125 and kids Dhs99 to include unlimited food and drinks all day, click here for more.

For more summer deals in Dubai click here.
From Dhs99. Tue-Sun 10am-6pm. Jumeirah Beach Hotel, Umm Suqeim, www.jumeirah.com/en/hotels-resorts/dubai/wild-wadi

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