Wild Wadi Waterpark
Location: Located in front of the stunning Burj Al Arab
Facilities and attractions: This outdoor park is themed around the tale of Juha, a known character from the Arabian Folklore. Rip roaring rides include: Tantrum Alley, Wipeout and Riptide and the ultimate Wipeout Flowrider designed by Maverick American Lawyer and surf fanatic Thomas Lochtefeld, which shoots out seven tonnes of water per second in a thin sheet across a moulded
Cost: General Admission above 1.1 metres in height: AED 275 per person.
Child (under 1.1 metres in height) AED 175 per person
Opening Times: September, October, March, April, May: 10.00-19.00
June, July, August: 10:00-20:00
November, December, January, February: 10.00-1800
Dubai Museum Al Fahidi Fort
Website: no website
Location: Opp Grand Mosque – Al Fahidi St, Dubai
Facilities and Attractions: Built in 1787 it is the oldest existing building in Dubai. Its colourful life size dioramas vividly depict everyday life in the days before the discovery of oil. Galleries recreate scenes from the Creek, traditional Arab houses, mosques, the souk, date farms and desert and marine life. One of the more spectacular exhibits portrays pearl diving, including sets of pearl merchants’ weights, scales and sieves.
Cost: Dhs3 per Adult
Dhs. 1 Per Child
Opening Hours: 8.30pm-8.30pm daily. Except Friday 2.30pm-8.30pm
Location: The Dubai Mall
Facilities and attractions: Educational environment which allows children between the ages of four and twelve to mimick and role play traditionally adult activities such as performing jobs, such as fireman, police officer, doctor etc. and they can either get paid in KidZo’s the official currency in Kidzania. for their work or pay to shop or be entertained.
Opening Times: Everyday 9.00am – Midnight
Child – (4 to 16 years old) – AED 140
Adult – (17 years and over) – AED 95
Toddler – (2 to 3 years old) – AED 95
Infant – (under 2 years old) – FREE
Arabian Dreams Safari
Facilities and Attractions:
Cost: Have emailed them.
Dubai Adventure Studios – not open no date as yet
Lisalli Camel Market
Website: none available
Location: Al lisely area – next to the Dubai Racing and Camel Club
Facilities and Attractions: Along with market stalls selling handicrafts and trinkets, you can also buy camels, look out for the camel blankets they make amazing throws.
Opening Times: 7.00am to 10.00pm daily
Dubai Creek (Abra, Dhows)
Website: none available
Facilities and attractions: Take a trip and visit and two sides the Bur Dubai side and the Deir side, you can cross the creek by Abra for 2dhs. On the Bur Dubak side park there are tourist shows. Walk past the Ruler’s Court and you will see a Hindu Temple just before the old restored walkways and windtowers of the Bastakiya area, there are lots of markets stalls selling trinkets and fabrics, so get haggling. On the Deira side you can visit the old souk and the spice sourk as well a wander to Naif souk.
Costs and timings: For a one hour trip its about 150 DHS
Facilities and attractions: Enjoy the views of beautiful Dubai from a Seaplane, taking off from the beautiful sea in Dubai, they offer a varied range of tours taking the Dubai Creek Silver to discover the charm of old Dubai or the Dubai Jebel Ali Silver which offers an aerial excursion across the architectural wonders of ultra-modern Dubai.
Costs and Timings: from AED 1,495 to AED 11,000 prices include hotel pick up and pre-flight refreshments.