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The Wild Wadi Waterpark can be found beside the Burj Al Arab and the Jumeirah Beach Hotel, and it offers a great selection of slides and pools for the whole family to enjoy. Tickets are cheaper if you book online in advance, so make sure to compare deals before your trip.
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4 Tips for Visiting the Wild Wadi Waterpark

A Slide Tower | Flickr: Studio Sarah Lou CC BY 2.0
Pack a Go-ProThe slides in Wild Wadi Waterpark are ideal for thrill-seekers, and those who enjoy recording their antics should consider bringing a waterproof camera or Go-Pro with them to capture every second. You can use Go-Pros on all rides except Jumeirah Sceirah, one of the world’s fast free-fall water slides.
Visitors Float on the Lazy River| Flick: Studio Sarah Lou CC BY 2.0
Arrive Early!There are several reasons to arrive early. The lines to enter the park get longer as the day goes on, and the sun loungers get snapped up quickly as well. For the smoothest experience, book your tickets in advance and arrive as early in the day as you can.
Consider a Cabana for a Luxurious ExperienceIf you don’t want to fight for sun loungers then consider upgrading to one of the nine VIP cabanas. They include four sun loungers, a table and chairs, a VIP fast pass, eight towels, water, soft drinks, and fruit for up to eight people. You’ll also be located right next to the lazy river and wave pool, so you can jump right into the water when you get too hot.
Come Prepared for SunWild Wadi Waterpark is predominantly outside and exposed to the elements. Make sure to pack plenty of sunscreen, hats, and sunglasses so that you can safely enjoy the sunshine and hot weather.
Visitors Enjoying the Pool | Flick: Studio Sarah Lou CC BY 2.0

Wild Wadi Waterpark: Fun for All the Family

Wild Wadi Waterpark is operated by Jumeirah International, the same company that owns the Burj Al Arab which is directly opposite the attraction. With three pools and 17 water slides, plus a playground for children, there’s something for visitors of all ages to enjoy. Make sure not to miss Jumeirah Sceirah, a free-fall water slide which will drop you 33 meters (108 feet) at speeds of up to 50 mph (80 km/h), or take your time to enjoy the lazy river if thrill rides aren’t quite your speed. You can also learn to surf or bodyboard on one of the park’s FlowRider rides.

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the ticket options for the Wild Wadi Waterpark?

Tickets in Wild Wadi Waterpark are priced based on height, with visitors over 3’7 (1.1 meters) tall paying full-price and those under 3’7 paying a reduced price. There are also price reductions for residents of the UAE and entry is free for guests staying at Jumeirah hotels in Dubai. Packages include basic day entry, an entry ticket with a VIP cabana, and annual passes. Annual passes come with several other benefits such as free towel rental and special deals on food and drink inside the park. Read more.

Which hotel guests can access the water park for free?

Guests staying at the Jumeirah Beach Hotel, Madinat Jumeirah, Burj al Arab Jumeirah, and the Jumeirah Emirates Towers can access Wild Wadi Waterpark for free as often as they like. Guests at Jumeirah Living World Trade Center Residence, Jumeirah Zabeel Saray Royal Residences, and Jumeirah Zabeel Saray are entitled to one complimentary visit to the waterpark during their stay. Shuttle buses are available between the water park and the beach hotels, just ask your hotel’s concierge for more details. Read more.

What are the food and drink options inside the waterpark?

There are two restaurants in the water park, Julshan’s Burgers and Dogs and Juha’s Family Kitchen. These serve a range of fast food, including burgers, fried chicken, and shawarma, plus salads and sandwiches for those in search of a healthier option. You’ll also find wraps and sandwiches at Wrap & Roll, and a range of pizzas at Riptide Pizza. There are also two snack bars called Leila’s Fruits and Snacks and Shahbandar’s Café. You’ll also find smaller food carts around the water park which serve ice cream, fruit, popcorn, and a range of beverages. Read more.

Is the attraction suitable for families with small children?

Yes! There’s a special children’s play area at Juha’s Dhow and Lagoon, with water guns, a climbing frame, and shallower water for those who aren’t strong swimmers yet. There are also several slides which are suitable for younger children. Parents should supervise their children at all times to ensure their safety, and children’s life jackets are available to borrow at the attraction if you haven’t brought your own flotation devices for kids. Babies and toddlers who haven’t been potty trained should enter the water in swim diapers, not naked or in normal diapers. Swim diapers can be bought from the gift shop. Read more.

General Information

Opening Hours:

The water park is open from 10 am to 6 pm daily. The park may close later in summer, check the official website for more details. Wild Wadi Waterpark will be closed for annual maintenance from January 11 until February 6, 2020.


Wild Wadi Waterpark
Jumeirah Street, opposite Burj Al Arab
Jumeirah 2
United Arab Emirates


Tickets cost AED 299 for visitors who are 1.1 meters tall (3’7) or more, and AED 249 for all visitors under 1.1 meters tall. Discounts are available for those who book online in advance and for UAE residents. Guests of Jumeirah hotels in Dubai can enter free of charge. Lockers can be rented for an additional fee of AED 48 (small), AED 69 (medium), or AED 90 (large). Towel rental costs AED 42 per person. Entry is free for children under the age of two.

How to get there:

Wild Wadi Waterpark can easily be reached by taxi or car in a 20-minute journey from Downtown Dubai or a 15-minute journey from the Dubai Marina. Alternatively, you can take bus numbers 8, 81, 88, or X28 to the stop called Wild Wadi 1. It’s also just a short walk from the Burj Al Arab. The nearest metro stop is the Mall of the Emirates.
Anneliese O'Malley
Written byAnneliese O'MalleyAnneliese is a former Londoner, keen traveler, and total word nerd. As a Content Management Specialist she knows the TicketLens inventory inside out and curates, matches, and writes about the most interesting attractions worldwide.
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