Dubai waterparks and water attractions are getting ready to reopen

Aquaventure will reopen on Thursday – and kids are welcome

Dubai waterparks and water attractions are getting ready to reopen

Waterparks around Dubai are now able to reopen, and preparations are underway.

Dubai Municipality has issued a list of precautionary measures for the reopening of waterparks and water attractions in Dubai which include temperature checks, social distancing, strict cleaning sanitisation measures, regular water testing, and contactless hand sanitisers in all common areas.

Visitors must also bring their own towels and adhere to all guidelines issued by the waterparks and attractions. Parties are not permitted, neither are spas, saunas or hot tubs. Kids' soft play areas, ball pits and trampolines are not permitted to reopen. 

Aquaventure at Atlantis The Palm has confirmed that it is reopening tomorrow (Thursday June 18) and that kids under 12 are permitted.

The waterpark has more than 30 rides for all ages, and the park will be open from Thursdays to Sundays, from 10am until sunset and must be booked in advance here.

Laguna Waterpark in La Mer and Jumeirah’s Wild Wadi told Time Out that they have not confirmed an opening date yet, but watch this space.

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