Located in front of the landmark Burj Al Arab, Wild Wadi is Dubai's only Arabian-themed water park. It was once home to the largest water slide outside North America, but that has been removed in favour of newer rides. Wild Wadi is hugely popular and in fact, it has been featured on TV shows The Amazing Race and The Amazing Race Asia. It is located on Jumeirah Road close to the Mall of the Emirates. Some of the most popular rides at this water park in Dubai are Breaker's Bay which is the largest wave pool in the Middle East; Jumeirah Sceirah, a 108-foot tall water slide; Burj Surj and Masters Blasters.
For people above 1.1 m in height: AED 336 (AED 270 through online booking)
For people below 1.1 m in height: AED 284 (AED 220 through online booking)
Free entry for guests at Jumeirah hotels and children below two years of age.
Renting a locker would charge from AED 48-AED 90 depending on the sizes. Towels can also be rented at the rate of AED 42 per person. There are four retail outlets inside the waterpark which provides a wide range of merchandise, swimwear, t-shirts, souvenirs, towels, swimming equipment, etc
+971 4 348 4444, +971 4 406 8374
10 AM to 7 PM from January to October, 10 AM to 5 PM in November and December
By metro, bus, and cab to Burj Al Arab Hotel which is walking distance from the water park.
Aquaventure has become a landmark in the Dubai Tourism with many people flying down to Dubai especially for this thrilling water park in Dubai. Packed with record-breaking rides and a shark-filled lagoon that brings you in close proximity to sharks in captivity, Atlantis Aquaventure is a great place for the family to spend a day. It has a beautiful private beach that you can access after entering the park as well.
What makes this waterpark so great is because of its innovative waterslides, one of a kind rides and attractions and of course extreme slides for the thrill-seekers. The Popular rides in Atlantis include the Leap of Faith which races you down a 9-storey tall water ride in seconds. The Shark Attack and Cownose feeding put you mere inches from these majestic aquatic beasts.
For people above 1.2 m in height: AED 275
For people below 1.2 m in height: AED 225
Free entry for children below 2 years of age
+971 4 426 1169
Every day from 10 AM to 6:00 PM
By metro to Dubai Marina Mall Marine Transport Station
The nearest metro station to Aquaventure is the Nakheel station and the park is about 20 minutes away from the station
By road through exit 11 on Sheikh Zayed Road.
Ranked at ninth position in Top 25 Water Parks category of TripAdvisor's Traveler's Choice Award, Yas Waterworld which is situated at Yas Island certainly is something that adrenaline junkies need to see ASAP. There are in total over 40 rides, with many being it's one of a kind in the world. Experience one of the largest waterparks and one of the most awarded waterparks in the world!
By booking online, one has to pay only AED 210 (approx. INR 3876) for an entire day inside the park.
+9712 414 2000
November to February: 10:00 am to 6:00 pm
March to May: 10:00 am to 7:00 pm
June to August: 10:00 am to 8:00 pm
September and October: 10:00 am to 7:00 pm
The most convenient way to get to the Yas island is by taxi, albeit a bit expensive. There are buses that do go from Dubai to Yas, but it depends on your location and it may not be very convenient.
This is one of the newest water parks in Dubai, located at La Mer Hotel with it's beautiful beachfront and promenade. This water park includes four zones (Surf, Relax, Slide and Splash) to ensure a great time for all. It has five main rides, a pool lounge, a lazy river, and a special children's zone.
For Dubai residents: AED 125 on arrival, AED 99 through online booking
For non-residents: AED 200 on arrival, AED 160 through online booking
+971 800 637227
Every day from 10 AM to 8 PM
By buses RTA 9 and 88 to La Mer Hotel
By road at exit 47 for Al Hasdiqa Street and 51st Street
By metro to station Jumeirah Grand Masjid
5. Splash N Party
Although there is plenty of fun to be had by adults here, Splash n Party is specially made for children between the ages of two and ten years. It's a wonderful location for children's parties and the waterpark is incredibly accommodating for large groups.
On weekdays: AED 100 per child with one free adult entry
On weekends: AED 140 per child with one free adult entry
For additional adults: AED 50
+971 4 388 3008
Every day from 9 AM to 8 PM
By metro till Noor Bank station
By road through exit 11 on Sheikh Zayed Road
As the name suggests, Ice Land Water Park follows an ice-theme, making it a lovely place to beat the heat of Dubai. It is located at Ras Al Khaimah which is an hour drive away from Dubai. Ice Land Water Park has fifteen rides, a family pool, access to a beach and an entertainment team that take complete care of entertaining young ones in the park.
It has a beautiful view of the Hajar Mountains to the east which make for astounding sunsets. The park is over 100,000 square metres. Don't miss out on Penguin Falls, the largest manmade waterfall in the world and also the aqua soccer pool, and the snorkelling pool.
For adults: AED 70
For families (two adults and a child): AED 100
For additional children: AED 20
Every day from 10 AM to 6 PM
By road through Sheikh Mohammed Bin Zayed Road
Legoland Water Park in Dubai brings all childhood fantasies of Legos to life. It is one of the few water parks in Dubai and also the UAE that is designed specifically for children between the ages of 2-12. Aside from their major attractions like the Splash Safari and Joker Soaker, Legoland Water Park offers the unique opportunity to build your own boat! Enjoy customizing your raft before making your way down the lazy river.
For Dubai residents: AED 165
For non-residents: AED 235
Every day from 10 AM to 7 PM
By bus to Dubai Parks and Resort Bus Terminal
By road through Abu Dhabi- Ghweifat International Highway
Dress Code at Water Parks in Dubai1. Although it is recommended to dress modestly in the UAE, the dress code in water parks in Dubai is liberal.
2. Most dress codes do not allow abayas or hijabs as they can get caught in slides and be a significant safety hazard. This rule extends to other loose clothing like long pants, shirts and jeans.
3. When visiting water parks, you're bound to have packed a swimsuit but do keep in mind that bikinis and Speedos are not considered appropriate swimwear. Instead, women could opt for a one-piece or two-piece swimsuits and burkinis while men could wear boardshorts.
Keep these basic tips in mind and enjoy your day splashing around in Dubai's best water parks!