Dubai is the home of a variety of things to do, but it’s the waterparks in the city that make the most excitement. Here are Dubai’s top waterparks.
The wonder of water at Wild Wadi
Dubai’s first splash zone, Wild Wadi Waterpark has been awe-inspiring visitors and residents, old and young since 1999. There are 30 attractions and rides in the park that have been continuously updated over the years, revolve around Juha which is a beloved person of Arabian folklore. Enjoy a lazy river cruise or be prepared for thrilling drops and dips at the frenzied storm-themed Tantrum Alley. For those who are more adventurous, you are able to discover new techniques at Wipeout in which more than seven tons of water are pumped out every second, spread as a thin sheet of the structure of moulded foam to create an authentic wave effect ideal for knee-boarding or body-boarding.
Slide and slip in Legoland Water Park
The park is located at Dubai Parks and Resorts, there’s plenty of excitement to be had in the Legoland Water Park for children from 2 to 12 years old. The majority of the rides and slides allow young youngsters to go in groups, or race against each other. Duplo Splash Safari is one of them. Duplo Splash Safari caters to youngsters, while the two slides offer thrills to older children. The kids can also train their brains with the Build-A-Boat which allows them to build every kind of boat that they can imagine and test against the flow to determine how it performs. People who want to cruise down this lazy stream can customize their rafts using large soft Lego-style blocks at the Build-A -Raft River before sailing off.
Unstoppable adventure awaits you at Aquaventure the world’s biggest waterpark
The park is located in Atlantis, The Palm resort – Aquaventure is the world’s largest waterpark and one of the Dubai’s top waterparks, with more than 105 rides, attractions and experiences available. There are many of the thrilling rides and two towers in the main area that are Poseidon and Neptune that are linked to a massive lazy river that transports guests through the slide. If you’re in the market for adrenaline The Park offers several options, like Poseidon’s Revenge or The Leap of Faith. The former puts riders inside the tube that is transparent, and then they fall to the ground when the trap door is opened. The latter is a wide close-to-vertical chute that only those with exceptionally strong stomachs can take on.
New thrills await at Laguna Waterpark
With its beach-fresh theme beaches and family-friendly attractions, La Mer is on everyone’s list of things to do. Although there’s plenty to do and do, the waterpark on site should be on first on the list of things to do. The park is billed as Dubai’s coolest beachfront resort and the most fun place to be, the Laguna Waterpark houses a huge water slide complex that is packed featuring thrilling rides for kids of all age groups. Explore one of the WaveOz 180 FlowRider experience – the only one in the world. Or take a ride on the Manta for a fun rafting experience that is full of thrilling curves. From thrilling splashes to the specially designed children’s area as well as the lazy river and infinity pool Laguna Waterpark has it all.
The inflatable challenges are at AquaFun
Take advantage of the natural surroundings at AquaFun the biggest inflatable waterpark that is located from the shores from The Beach at JBR and one of the Dubai’s top waterparks. It covers an area of 2,700 square meters there are more than 110 games you can play on this thrilling obstacle course that is floating on the sea. It is a popular tourist attraction one of the most notable characteristics of this floating park is that it spells “Dubai” in blue and pink when seen from above. It is open all year long. AquaFun also has some of the longest and longest water slides, along with numerous steps, ramps and slides – though you might want to look out for those difficult monkey bars.
Super fun at Splash Pad
It is located at Dubai Marina at The Beach This wet play area that is geared towards children from the age of one to 12 is a pleasure. Kids can spend the whole day avoiding water squirters playing in the fountains, and then taking to the climbing frames for fun. The huge tipper bucket guarantees that there are squeals of joy too. The lifeguards are trained and always on hand to ensure that everybody is safe. Splash Pad also offers a childcare service that allows parents to take a break and relax. After a day of entertainment then you can go towards one of the numerous restaurants on the promenade. You can also shop at the beachside stores and even catch an upcoming film in Roxy Cinemas.