It’s been officially confirmed that water parks in Dubai are allowed to reopen from Thursday, June 18.
Which is great news for literally everyone trying to cool down in the summer heat.
The news was broken by the Department of Tourism and Commerce Marketing today via a series of adverts. They also announced that showers and locker rooms would also reopen.
As we announced last week, swimming pools were one of the first leisure activities to reopen.
The DTCM has also given the green light to a variety of other activities. These include desert safari trips, dune bashing, dhow sailing, kayaking, helicopter rides and jet skiing.
Set sail to new adventures! Go beneath the surface and explore Dubai's unrivalled beaches and stunning shorelines. We Will See You Soon…#StaySafe #VisitDubai pic.twitter.com/OXPWpRaaJY— Visit Dubai (@visitdubai) June 16, 2020
Set sail to new adventures! Go beneath the surface and explore Dubai's unrivalled beaches and stunning shorelines. We Will See You Soon…#StaySafe #VisitDubai pic.twitter.com/OXPWpRaaJY
If you are heading to your favourite water park, there are some rules you need to follow and things you need to know.
Water parks in Dubai can only operate at 50% capacity. And all staff will be wearing masks, gloves and have regular temperature checks.
Water parks will also be regularly cleaned and disinfected. And the water will be checked on a regular basis.
As if diving into some icy cold water right now isn’t incentive enough, there are some amazing offers at the moment.
Day passes at The Atlantis start from AED119, while there’s also 50% off tickets to Dolphin Bay, Sea Lion Point, The Lost Chambers and all dive experiences.