Dubai water parks to reopen from June 18

Wild Wadi Jumeirah

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Exciting news for families who will be spending the upcoming school summer holidays here.

Dubai Municipality has today issued a list of comprehensive guidelines that must be adhered to once water parks reopen in Dubai. Prior to reopening, all water parks and water attractions must first undergo deep cleaning and water quality tests.

Here are some of the changes you can expect once they open:

  • Temperature checks will take place upon entry to the attraction and throughout – those with a temperature over 37.5°C will not be allowed entry.
  • Groups of more than 10 people won’t be admitted to the park.
  • Guests will need to bring their own towels and accessories, such as goggles.
  • You will be required to wear a face mask or shield in all areas outside of the water.
  • 2m social distance is to be maintained at all times and children must be supervised by an adult to ensure social distancing is observed.
  • Area’s which can cause crowding and that are hard to maintain social distance in, such as soft play areas and trampolines will remain closed.
  • Spa, massage, jacuzzi and sauna services will not be available.

You can read the full circular here.

Here’s a handy list of water parks and attractions in Dubai that you might want to visit when they reopen:

Aquaventure Waterpark, Atlantis the Palm, 04 426 2000

Laguna Waterpark, La Mer, 800 637227

Lego Land Waterpark, Dubai Parks & Resorts, 04 820 3123

Wild Wadi, Jumeirah, 04 348 4444

Splash Pad, The Beach JBR, 800 637227

Splash ‘n’ Party, Jumeirah, 04 388 3008

Don’t forget to contact the parks in advance to check if they are open.

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