Wild Wadi has re-opened with special ticket deal

The Dubai waterpark is inviting families to make a splash for less

Wild Wadi has re-opened with special ticket deal

Dubai's Wild Wadi has just re-opened after a temporary closure in January while its annual deep clean was carried out.

And best of all, UAE families can take advantage of a Dhs99 deal on tickets until Saturday March 7.

The usual ticket price is Dhs299, which means a saving of Dhs200, which is definitely not to be splashed at!

The awesome waterpark in front of Burj Al Arab Jumeirah offers families around 30 fun experiences and rides that both little kids and big kids alike will love.

Keep it calm by floating around the long lazy river of Juha's Journey or ramp the adrenaline up (if you dare) by sliding down Tantrum Alley, Burj Surj and the infamous Jumeirah Sceirah.

Cool dudes can hit the waves at Wipeout and Riptide Flowriders while the littlest thrill-seekers can head to Juha’s Dhow and Lagoon with over 100 water activities including five slides, a pair of racing slides, and water guns, but beware of the large dumping bucket that spills over every two minutes dumping its contents on anyone hanging out below.

To enjoy this cool saving, you have to buy your Wild Wadi tickets online, avoiding any public holidays when the offer isn't available.

So grab the gang, the suncream and those online discounted tickets... It's time to have some splashing fun wit the fam (for less).
Dhs99. Until Sat Mar 7. Wild Wadi Waterpark, Jumeirah Beach Hotel, Umm Suqeim, www.wildwadi.com (04 348 4444).

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