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Wild Wadi Waterpark – tickets, prices, what to wear


Wild Wadi Waterpark is one of the iconic waterparks of Dubai and an unforgettable aquatic adventure for the whole family. 

The waterpark is just in front of the renowned Burj Al Arab and has more than thirty rides and attractions for guests. 

The tales of Juha, an Arabian folklore character, inspire the aquatic park.

Juha is also the waterpark’s mascot and can be seen all over, urging visitors to play safe, have fun, and get soaking wet.

With more than one million visitors annually, it is one of Dubai’s most-visited water parks.

This article covers everything you must know before booking tickets for Wild Wadi Waterpark.

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What to expect at Wild Wadi Waterpark

Each ride at Wild Wadi Waterpark is awarded a thrill rating, so it’s easy to make the right choice depending on your adrenalin appetite.

Younger kids will love the leisurely float along the gentle currents of Juha’s Journey – a 360-meter (1180-foot) long lazy river. 

The elder kids prefer the rapids of Flood River and the massive Breaker’s Bay, home to the largest wave pool in the Middle East.

Or, if you want to hit the adrenalin high, check out the 32-meter (105-foot) high Jumeirah Sceirah slide, where you will reach speeds of up to 80 km/h (50 miles per hour).

At Tantrum Alley, the adventurers sit in four-person inflatable tubes, then spin and swirl through downhill waterslides and twisting tornadoes.

Besides the rides, guests can also try out other watersports, such as surfing. 

You can put your board skills to the test on the Wipeout and Riptide challenges.

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Where to book tickets

Tickets for Wild Wadi Waterpark can be purchased online or in person at the attraction.

Online ticket prices tend to be cheaper than tickets at the venue.

When you buy online, you can avoid the long queues at the attraction’s ticket counters.

When you book early, you also get your preferred time slot.

Because some attractions sell a limited number of tickets, during peak days they may sell out.

Booking early helps avoid last-minute disappointments.

How do online tickets work

Visit the Wild Wadi Waterpark ticket booking page, select your preferred date, time slot, and number of tickets, and buy the tickets right away.

Once you purchase tickets, they get delivered to your email address.

There is no need to get printouts of the ticket.

You can show the e-ticket on your smartphone when you visit the attraction.

Wild Wadi Waterpark ticket prices

Tickets for Wild Wadi Waterpark are priced at AED 260 ($71) for all visitors aged three and above.

Infants aged two and below can enter for free.

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Family enjoys a ride at Wild Wadi Waterpark
Image: Jumeirah.com

This ticket to Dubai’s Wild Wadi Waterpark gets you full-day access to all the rides and attractions. 

When you book these Skip The Line Wild Wadi tickets online, they get emailed to you. 

On the day of your visit, you can walk past the ticket counter line, show the ticket on your mobile at the entrance, and walk in. 

You can cancel this ticket up to 24 hours in advance to receive a full refund.

Fast passes, VIP cabanas, Towel rental, and Locker rental are not part of this ticket, but you can book them at the venue.

Ticket Cost: AED 260

Note: At the entrance, load money onto your waterproof wristband to buy food and drinks conveniently.

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How to reach Wild Wadi

Dubai’s Wild Wadi Waterpark is located in Jumeirah against the backdrop of the iconic Burj Al Arab.

Address: Jumeirah Street, Jumeirah 2, Dubai, United Arab Emirates. Get Directions

You can reach the waterpark via bus, metro, or car.

By Bus

The bus stop Maharba Masjid 1 (Bus No: 8, 88, and N55) is just a few minutes from the attraction.

If you prefer a bus, get on bus number 8 or 81 and get off at the Wild Wadi bus stop, a 3-minute walk from the waterpark.

Wild Wadi is located about 25 km away from the airport.

By Metro

If you plan to take the Metro, board the M1 line to the Mall of Emirates station.

The metro station is a 6-minute cab ride from the Wild Wadi water park.

By Car

If you’re traveling by car, turn on your Google Maps and get started.

Wadi Wild Waterpark provides ample free parking for its visitors.

The waterpark has a three-level parking facility for the convenience of its visitors.

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Dubai Waterpark’s timings

Wild Wadi Waterpark opens at 10 am and closes at 6 pm from Wednesday to Monday.

The aquatic park in Dubai remains closed on Tuesday.

Map of Wild Wadi Waterpark

Key for the Map

  1. White Water Wadi
  2. Flood River Flyer
  3. Jumeirah Sceirah
  4. Tantrum Alley
  5. Burj Surj
  6. Wipeout FlowRider
  7. Riptide FlowRider
  8. Flood River
  9. Juha’s Journey

How long does the tour take

A complete visit to Wild Wadi Waterpark takes four to eight hours, depending on the slides or rides you want to experience.

Planning your visit during weekdays or off-peak hours can help you make the most of your time at the waterpark.

Weekends and holidays may be busier, leading to longer wait times for popular rides.

Best time to visit Wild Wadi Waterpark

The best time to visit Wild Wadi Waterpark is at 10 am when it opens.

If you prefer a more relaxed experience with shorter queues for rides and attractions, consider visiting on weekdays, especially during non-peak hours.

To avoid long lines and crowded conditions, visit the waterpark during the first few hours after opening or the late afternoon at 3 pm when crowds may start to thin out.

If you prefer a quieter experience, plan your visit outside peak vacation times.

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Essential information

Wild Wadi Waterpark has a Fast pass, which helps skip the queue. Interested guests can purchase this from the counter at the entrance for an additional charge.

The Fast Pass applies only to two rides: Wipeout Flow Rider and White Water Wadi.

Youngsters under the height of 1.1 meters (3.6 feet) are charged at the child rate. However, such guests can’t enjoy all of the waterpark rides. 

On presentation of identification, children under two will receive free admission.

Visitors can bring water bottles to the water park (not more than 1 liter per person).

Glass objects, weapons or sharp objects, and professional cameras are prohibited inside Wild Wadi Waterpark.

Smoking is allowed, but only at specific sites.

Guests with medical conditions must refrain from using the rides and attractions.

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What to wear at Wild Wadi

Wild Wadi Water Park in Dubai doesn’t have a dress code. 

However, here are a few things to remember to make your visit a better experience. 

Guests can visit Wild Wadi in swimsuits, bikinis, and burkinis. 

Underwear, street clothes, and flowing clothing are not allowed.

Wearing transparent bikinis, heavy jewelry, or clothing with metal buttons is also prohibited.

Guests must avoid wearing swimsuits with metal buttons, zippers, or straps to avoid hurting the other guests. 

Guests cannot wear sunglasses or contact lenses while riding the Wild Wadi rides.

Swim diapers are available at the Wild Wadi gift stores and are highly recommended for toddlers.

Burkinis are available for purchase inside the waterpark.

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