Wild Wadi is themed around the tale of Juha, a known character from Arabian folklore.
At this incredible themed water park, you can select from over 30 rides and attractions that promise a fantastic time for both children and adults alike. This park was one of the first with reverse water jets meaning that they shoot you “going up” thus avoiding the dreaded climb to the top of a slide. As to the rides, get going on the Wipeout Flow rider which was the first barreling wave to be built in the world, or float around in Breaker’s Bay, the largest wave pool in the Middle East. Whether you want high excitement or a more relaxed afternoon, Wild Wadi has something for everyone and pleases from the smallest to the largest of visitors.
- Guests have to carry a hard copy of the tickets received by email.
- All children below 12 years must be accompanied by an adult over 18 years old and each must have their own ticket and a valid Emirates ID or a Passport copy for the age proof.
- Admission and use of the Park are at your sole risk and, to the maximum extent permitted by law, we accept no liability for loss, injury, or damage sustained in the Park.
- You may not bring food or drinks into the Park.
- You must comply with ride rules and follow Park instructions during your visit.
- Height and safety restrictions apply; guests may not be able to experience all rides.
- Certain rides, attractions, shows, or outlets may be unavailable during your visit.
- During busy periods, the Jumeirah Sceirah guest's queue will be closed off 45 minutes prior to the park's closing time.
- Wild Wadi is a no-smoking, family-oriented zone. Park has three areas that are dedicated to smoking.
- Complimentary parking for Wild Wadi Waterpark is available at the car pack, next to Wild Wadi.
Daily: 10:00 -18:00.
Work hours can be changed during the year.
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The tickets are non-exchangeable and non-refundable.
Children under 2 years will be considered as infants and entry will be free of cost.
Children above 2 years and height up to 1.1 meters will be considered as child and charged child rate.
Children above 1.1 meters in height will be considered as an adult and charged adult rate.