Wild Wadi Water Park Tickets

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Opening hours

The water park is open every day of the year from 10am until 6pm. The last entry is at 5.15pm. It is best to arrive in the morning shortly after the opening time to avoid the crowds at the entrance.

How to get there

Metro- the closest metro stop is at the Mall of the Emirates, it is then about another five minutes in a taxi to reach the attraction.

Taxi- taxis are easy to find and relatively cheap and most of the drivers know some English.

Shuttle bus- if you are staying at a Jumeirah hotel in Dubai they offer a free shuttle bus service to the water park. Also visitors staying at any Jumeirah hotel can get free entry into the water park.


What is the entrance fee to the Wild Wadi Water Park?
Entrance fees are based on an individual’s height and not age related. Anyone 1.1 metres tall or higher must pay AED 299 for entry at the gate or AED 283.5 when bought online. For people below 1.1 metres in height the cost of a ticket is AED 249 at the park or AED 231 when bought online. Children aged 2 or younger are given free access upon proof of their age.
What is the charge for towel and locker rental?
Towels can be rented at a cost of AED 42 per towel. Small lockers are available at a cost of AED 48, medium sized lockers cost AED 69 and large lockers are available for AED 90.
What offers are available?
The offers are constantly changing and you can view the current deals on the website at https://www.jumeirah.com/en/hotels-resorts/dubai/wild-wadi/ the current deals include buy 3 and get a fourth ticket free or get a free children’s meal for each ticket purchased for anyone below 1.1m in height.
Are there restrictions on some rides?
Some rides restrict any guests that are smaller than 1.1 metres in height from using that particular ride. These restrictions are usually governed by safety guidelines. There are several rides that are suitable for visitors that are smaller than 1.1 metres in height.
Am I permitted to bring food inside the water park?
Bringing food inside the water park is not permitted. Every visitor is allowed to bring up to one litre of water into the park. Once inside there is a selection of restaurants that you can choose to eat from.
Is smoking allowed inside the park?
The water park operates a no smoking family friendly policy orientated towards the family. There are three areas within the park that are set aside for smokers. These areas are clearly shown on the adventure map.
Are there any children’s meals available in the restaurants?
Yes, there are several children’s favourites available including sandwiches, hot dogs and chicken nuggets at the two main restaurants of Julshan’s Burgers and Dogs or Juha’s Family Kitchen. Highchairs are available for smaller children upon request.

Must Know

Rules designed with small children in mind
Infants and toddlers must wear life jackets and be supervised by a parent at all times. Babies and toddlers are required to wear swim diapers (nappies) at all times to ensure the safety and convenience of other visitors to the water park.
Professional photographers around the park
There are several professional photographers operating around the water park. With your agreement they will take your picture or pictures and before you leave the park you can choose those pictures you like and have them printed and framed as a memento of your visit.
Visitors with disabilities
The level of care begins at the entrance with a dedicated pick up and drop off zone in addition to disabled parking spaces in the car park. There are showers, changing and toilet facilities specially designed for visitors with limited mobility. Visitors with disabilities can bypass the queue for rides, although some rides may not be suitable and this is to the discretion of the individual and the operator of the ride. Some rides with steps may not be suitable for wheelchair users.
Information about some of the rides
You will find yourself literally swept off your feet by the Jumeirah Sceirah. The Burj Surj offers the best views as you encounter two sections of downhill waterslide before ending in a large bowl. The Master Blaster rides are a series of aquatic roller coasters complete with high powered jets. The gravity defying rides send riders up to 15 metres into the air as they head along the course.
For the younger visitors
For the younger visitors and those that prefer a little more relaxation then Juha’s Dhow and Lagoon could be the answer. There are more than 100 activities here to keep the little ones entertained including slides and water guns. Families will find they have hours of fun in this area of the water park. Juha’s Journey is a lazy river stretching over 360 metres, the gentle current takes you slowly along this relaxing ride. Flood river is a little more challenging with sudden surges of water. It is suitable for all ages although children should be supervised by a parent at all times.

Places Nearby

Burj Khalifa
The world’s tallest building is the landmark of Dubai standing at 829.8 metres tall. A trip to the 124th floor observation deck is a must for most visitors to Dubai. The views are amazing and the presentation package includes information on both the city and the building before you are rapidly whisked up to the observation deck by high speed elevators. The 360 degree view allows you to take in the city skyscrapers, the desert and the ocean. Nighttime visits are particularly popular with photographers due to the colours of the surrounding buildings.
Dubai Mall
The Dubai Mall is the premier shopping and entertainment mall in the city. Located close to the Burj Khalifa and the Dubai Aquarium the mall contains an ice rink, gaming zone, cinema complex as well as endless opportunities for shopping and eating. There are usually special events taking place such as live music or fashion shows.
Dubai Museum
The excellent Dubai Museum is located in the Al-Fahidi Fort. This fort was built to protect the Dubai Creek in 1787. It was constructed of traditional blocks of coral, held together with lime. The upper floors are supported by wooden poles and the ceiling was constructed from mud, plaster and palm fronds. The fort has served as a residence, a seat of government, garrison and as a prison. In 1971 and 1995 it was restored and is now Dubai’s premier museum. Ut houses a fascinating collection of old maps from the Emirates and Dubai. In the courtyard are several boats, a palm leaf house and a wind tower. Exhibits include weaponry, musical instruments and traditional Emirati life.