Spending the day, or evening, at a waterpark in Dubai is one of the most fun activities you can have in summer. Beat the heat with the splash and spray of cool water and enjoy food, drink and more in the best waterparks in Dubai for summer from Godesto.com.
What it is: The latest and greatest addition to Dubai’s waterparks, Laguna Waterpark at La Mer central has a huge number of slides and attractions and is brand new.
Where to go: Head to Laguna Waterpark at La Mer Central.
When to go: You can go any day from 10:00 AM until 8:00 PM.
How much it’ll cost: A resident’s offer means it’s just 99 AED (£20).
Wild Wadi Water Park
What it is: One of the classic waterparks in Dubai, known for being a long-standing tradition for residents and visitors alike to enjoy an amazing waterpark, Wild Wadi has never let you down and they now allow GoPros on every ride.
Where to go: Wild Wadi is at Jumeirah Beach Hotel in Dubai.
When to go: Check the opening times as they might be affected by Ramadan.
How much it’ll cost: It’ll cost just 169 AED (£34.50) for residents.
What it is: Aquaventure is the elegant answer to enjoying a waterpark, at the iconic and luxury Atlantis Hotel on The Palm, Aquaventure gives you a chance to enjoy Dubai at its finest.
Where to go: Head out to Aquaventure at Atlantis on The Palm.
When to go: You can go every single day from 10:00 AM until the sun sets.
How much it’ll cost: It’s priced up at only 195 AED (£39.50) for residents.
What it is: Yas Waterworld might be a bit of a trip out from Dubai, but the Abu Dhabi Waterpark is known as being the very first mega waterpark in the UAE. With an Emirati theme and loads of great slides, you can’t go wrong with Yas Waterworld.
Where to go: Yas Waterworld is at Yas Island in Abu Dhabi.
When to go: You can go from 10:00 AM until 7:00 PM throughout May and then 10:00 AM until 8:00 PM from June to August.
How much it’ll cost: The price is set at 250 AED (£51).
Ice Land Water Park