1. Waterparks In Dubai

Waterparks in Dubai

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The glamorous Dubai. First two things that come to your mind when someone talks about Dubai are the skyscrapers and the desert life. But Dubai is more than these tall buildings and the vast sand deserts. Along with the extravagant attractions and luxurious lifestyles, Dubai offers several amazing waterparks that are perfect for beating the heat and enjoying thrilling water-based activities. 


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Let’s look at some of the most famous water parks in Dubai:

1. Aquaventure Water Park

Located at Atlantis, The Palm resort, Aquaventure is the world's largest and one of Dubai’s most renowned water parks with 105 rides. It features an array of thrilling water  slides, a lazy river, a wave pool, and a private beach. The lazy river transports riders between the two main towers, Poseidon and Neptune. The park is also home to the iconic Leap of Faith slide that takes you through a shark-filled lagoon and Poseidon’s Revenge that is for those who thrive for an adrenaline rush.

Timing: 9.45 am to 6.30 pm

Duration of visit: 3-4 hours

Price: 7,031.88 INR per adult

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2. Legoland Water Park

Part of Dubai Parks and Resorts,legoland Water Park is specifically designed for families with children aged 2-12. It combines the fun of lego-themed attractions with water-based activities. The park features multiple slides, a wave pool, a lazy river, and a Build-A-Raft River where visitors can create their own lego raft.

Timing: 10.00 am to 6.00 pm everyday

  10.00 am to 6.00 pm on Sat and Sun

Duration of visit: One day

Price: AED 295 (6590.61 INR) for online ticket and AER 330 (7372.55 INR)  for gate price

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3. Aquafun Water Park

Guiness record holder for world’s largest inflatable water park that operates all year around, Aquafun water park, located just off the coast of The Beach at JBR. The water park spells Dubai in pink and blue when viewed from above. The only thing you need to have is basic swimming skills because you have to swim from shore to the park. One can try over 110 games over this floating fun obstacle course.

Timing: 9.00 am to 5.30 pm

Duration of visit: 1-2 hours

Price: AED 155 (3463.79 INR) per adult

4. Wild Wadi Water Park

Situated in front of the iconic Burj Al ArabWild Wadi Waterpark offers a fun-filled experience for visitors of all ages. The park has numerous water slides, a lazy river, wave pools, and an artificial surfing machine called Wipeout Flowrider. Its Arabian theme and stunning views make it a popular choice.

Timing: 10.00 am to 6.00 pm

Duration of visit: 2-3 hours

Price: 6,174.19 INR per adult

5. Splash Pad Water Park

Located in the Dubai Marina at The Beach, Splash Pad Water Park is designed specifically for children from 1- 12 years old. Dodging water squirters, splashing beside fountains and giant tipper buckets that squeals of delight make the little one enjoy the whole day with fun. The child minding service of Splash Pad helps the parents to sit back and relax when the trained lifeguards and staff will take care of your toddler. 

Timing: 9.00 am to 5.00 pm

Duration of visit: 2-3 hours

Price: AED 100 (2,234.70 INR) per children on weekdays and 

           AED 140 (3,124.59 INR) on weekends

           AED 50 (1,117.35 INR) for adults

6. Yas Waterworld

Situated in Yas Island, thi water park is a must-visit for adrenaline junkies. This waterpark which is one of the largest and modest-visited in the world has an Emirati- theme with 40 rides, slides and adventures. 

Timing: 11.00 am to 6.00 pm

Duration of visit: 3 hours

Price: AED 270 (6033.70 INR)

7. Ice Land Water Park

Ice Land Water Park has an ice theme like the name suggests. The place is best  to beat the heat of Dubai. It is located at Ras Al Khaimah which is one hour drive away from Dubai. Fifteen rides, a family pool, access to a beach, and an entertainment team makes the park one of the most visited places. Don't miss the Penguin Falls, the largest manmade waterfall in the world, and the aqua soccer pool, and the snorkelling pool which are the major attractions of Ice Land Water Park

Timing: 10.00 am to 6.00 pm

Duration of visit:  2-3 hours

Price: AED 90 (2,011.23 INR) per adult and AER 70 (1,564.29 INR) per children

Tips to know when you visit water parks in Dubai

  • Most water parks require visitors to wear appropriate swimwear. Make sure to follow the park's guidelines regarding attire to ensure entry. 
  • Bring sunscreen, hats and sunglasses to protect yourself from the sun.
  • Bring essentials such as towels, a change of clothes, and water shoes or flip-flops.
  • It's essential to stay hydrated, especially in the heat of Dubai. Carry a refillable water bottle and make use of the water fountains available within the park. 
  • Pay attention to the safety instructions provided by the park's staff and adhere to all rules and guidelines.


Who won’t like to relax and chill in cool water to escape from the hot sun? If you are planning to visit Dubai, never miss adding a water theme park in your itinerary to get relief from the hot burning weather. Pickyourtrail can help you customise your itinerary as per your wish and will help to make a perfect Dubai holiday package for you. 



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Most water parks in Dubai have attractions suitable for all ages. However, certain rides or areas may have height restrictions or age limitations for safety reasons.
Outside food and drinks are typically not allowed inside water parks. However, most water parks have restaurants, snack bars, and cafes where you can purchase food and beverages. Some parks may have designated picnic areas or allow small snacks and water bottles. 
Water parks often provide their own floatation devices and tubes for visitors to use. However, some parks may allow guests to bring their own floatation devices, subject to certain guidelines and restrictions. 
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