Dubai winter is in full effect and Wild Wadi Waterpark is giving everyone a chance to cool off before summer sizzles, slashing their entry fee to just Dhs99 until Thursday, 28th February.
Dhs99 entry fee for UAE residents
Every January, Wild Wadi Waterpark temporarily closes its doors for yearly deep cleaning and maintenance. To mark their re-opening, they’re offering UAE residents a discounted Dhs99 offer, compared to their usual rate costing Dhs149.
Photograph credit: Wild Wadi Waterpark
30 rides at Wild Wadi Waterpark
Home to an array of exciting rides and thrill-seeking attractions, this offer is definitely not-to-be-missed. Some of the adrenaline-filled rides at the park are Tantrum Alley, Wipeout and Riptide, Master Blasters, Burj Surj and Jumeirah Sceirah. Guests are welcome to bring GoPro cameras too.
Check out this insane stunt video shot at Wild Wadi Waterpark
During its temporary closure, the waterpark was home to an action-packed BMX stunt video. Red Bull stuntman Kriss Kyle heli-dropped from Burj Al Arab to perform tricks on Wild Wadi Waterpark’s attractions and plunge across tourist hotspots like Burj Khalifa, Dubai Frame, Downtown and Al Fahidi souk. Check it out: