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Wild Wadi
Updated on 17 June 2015

Situated in front of the stunning Burj Al Arab and themed around the tale of Juha, a well known character from Arabian folklore, Wild Wadi is one of Dubai's foremost tourist locations. Discover your inner child on the master blaster - an exhilarating water roller-coaster ride, while Tantrum Alley and Burj Surj will push thrill seekers' to the limit. Those brave enough to conquer the Jumeirah Sceirah, will climb to a height of 32 metres and be released through a trap door, rapidly descending down the 120 metre slide at an astonishing speed of over 80 km/h! Open from 10am to 8pm, admission is Dhs 275 for adults and Dhs 230 for children below 1.1 metres in height.

Call +971 4 3484444 or visit www.wildwadi.com.

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