FAQs

All lost and found items will be kept at the Guest Services desk for a period of 3 months, after this time they may be donated to charity or destroyed.

Towels are available to rent for 30.

Smoking is permitted in the designated smoking area only.

The surf pool and family swimming pool are both heated and cooled to ensure the most comfortable temperature for our guests.

Yes, we have a number of qualified lifeguards at the park. Our lifeguards constantly patrol the surf pool and family swimming pool. All lifeguards and rafting guides are trained to NARS standards.

We do not serve nor permit any alcohol in to the park.

No pets are allowed within the park.

We have a beach lounge area near the surf park and family swimming pool. There is no actual sand as it will interfere with the filtration systems. There are plenty of shade structures and beach loungers for you to enjoy.

Yes. We have secure lockers available for AED35 per day. Items cannot be left overnight in the lockers. Whilst Wadi Adventure makes every effort to ensure security in the park, we cannot be held responsible for lost or stolen property. Our lockers work on an RFID bracelet system.

We recommend that you leave items in your car or make use of our daily rental locker. It is not recommended that you take cameras, wallets, loose change, keys etc on any of our activities. Big earrings, long jewelry or sunglasses are also not recommended.

All areas of Wadi Adventure are accessible to wheelchair users, sometimes via ramps or elevators.

Yes. Disabled toilets are located in numerous locations around the park. Our instructors are fully trained to address the needs of all guests, please contact Guest Services in advance of your visit if you have any specific questions or needs.

The relaxed rules of the park mean that casual wear is accepted. We ask that guests bring something to put over their swim wear when using the indoor services and facilities of the park. Full body swimsuits and long sleeved rash vests are acceptable on all rides. Wadi Adventure is a family facility, therefore appropriate swimwear must be worn at all times. Cutoffs, thongs or any clothing that is too revealing is not permitted. Diaper dependant guests must wear swim diapers at all times. Appropriate closed toe shoes are required for whitewater and aerial activities. Wear lots of sunscreen lotion as the sun is always bright at Wadi Adventure.

Yes, we have separate prayer rooms available for both male and female guests.

Ladies Nights are held twice a month (second and fourth Thursday of the month) depending on the weather conditions. Boys 8 and above are not allowed to enter and a valid ID proof will be required for confirmation. Admission charges are AED95 (Adults) and AED50 (Kids until 8 years old).

Yes, check our park timings in our PARK HOURS Section.

The relaxed rules of the park mean that casual wear is accepted. We ask that guests bring something to put over their swim wear when using the indoor services and facilities of the park. Full body swimsuits and long sleeved rash vests are acceptable on all rides. Wadi Adventure is a family facility, therefore appropriate swimwear must be worn at all times. Cutoffs, thongs or any clothing that is too revealing is not permitted. Diaper dependant guests must wear swim diapers at all times. Appropriate water shoes are required for the whitewater activities. Since indoor floors are slippery, shoes of some type are recommended.

Wadi Adventure is not your traditional water park. Although we do offer a family swimming pool and sun loungers, our main attractions will not be found at a ‘water park’. We offer adventure activities that allow guests to have the thrills and spills of a water park, yet at the same time exercise whilst learning and developing skills in an all new sports scene! Adventurous activities include whitewater rafting, kayaking, surfing and a high ropes adventure course.

There is currently no shuttle service available, but we can arrange private transfer upon request depending upon the group size.

Wadi Adventure is located opposite the One to One Hotel & Resort- Ain Al Fayda Resort, near the Green Mubazzarah, at the foot of Jebel Hafeet. For directions to the park, please see our Maps/Directions section.

There are a number of food and beverage outlets, a merchandise shop, an events/conference facility, a VIP events facility and many more. Browse our website for more details.

Participants must be above 1.2 m in height. Restrictions regarding your health or physical limitations will be detailed on the required activity waiver. Our Guest Services Department will assist you with any specific questions.

There are professional photographers within the park to capture your memorable experiences. You are permitted to bring a camera along but reminded to restrict picture taking to your own family guests.

We have a range of different food and beverage outlets at the park offering a number of dining options. Grab a quick snack from Rafter’s Grill or have a sit down meal at the Surf Café; Mango Mango is another option to try out slushes, ice creams and desserts. Browse our Refreshments section for more details.

We have a range of meal options for our younger guests.

Outside food and beverage is not permitted into the park.

No, it is recommended that you join a discovery lesson to provide you with the basics of surfing.

Both One-on-One and Group Lessons are available at the park. You can book on line or by calling our receptionist on 0071 3 781 8422.

Pre-booking is recommended. Walk in guests are subject to availability.

Pre booking is recommended. Walk in guests are subject to availability.

The biggest waves of up to 3.3m in height are usually on in the evenings after 8pm. However this is subject to programming and lesson times, so please check our website for any updates.

The beginner waves are subject to programming requirements. Please check the activity-booking page or contact Guest Services for further information.

The intermediate waves are subject to programming requirements. Please check the activity-booking page or contact Guest Services.

Just bring your board shorts, bikini or appropriate swimwear and you are ready to go. Remember waterproof sunscreen as well.

Yes, group sessions are available. Please check with our Guest Service team for further information.

Whitewater rafting is an extreme sport with some inherent dangers. However, we provide you with all the necessary safety equipment and an experienced guide to ensure that you get the most exciting trip without exposing you to unnecessary risks.

The ideal number is 5. Whitewater rafting is a great group activity. Each raft trip is accompanied by an experienced rafting guide making 6 people at a time in a raft.

Each rafting session consists of a 30 minute briefing and gearing up session on land and one hour on the water.

All you really need is a good pair of swimming shorts or a swimsuit, a rash guard or t-shirt to keep the sun off and a pair of shoes or sandals that will not come off. Flip-flops or bare feet are not permitted.

No previous rafting experience is needed to enjoy the rating at Wadi Adventure. Every raft has an experienced guide in it and they will teach you everything you need to raft the rapids

Falling out of the raft is a possibility, however all participants are required to wear a floatation device. Always alert your guide in the event that you or anyone in your party is not a confident swimmer.

A change of clothes and some appropriate swimwear is really all you need. Sunscreen and a towel are always recommended but in case you do forget anything we have a fully stocked outfitters store for anything you may need. Footwear is needed for the white water activities and footwear is recommended for walking around the park as the walkways can feel hot when barefoot.

Whitewater kayaking is a dynamic and exciting sport that has many disciplines, some of which are on offer at Wadi Adventure. These can include expedition exploratory boating in remote areas, freestyle kayaking where paddlers surf waves and features in order to perform tricks and spins and the only Olympic discipline Slalom Kayaking where paddlers navigate a set course of hang gates against the clock.

If you just want to go and paddle the channels then you do need some experience. However we offer a full range of instruction products for complete beginners all the way up to expert kayakers and everything in between. Our experienced instructors are well qualified to teach you everything you need to know and to introduce you to world of whitewater kayaking in the best possible way.

You may bring your own equipment to use on the lakes and channels. However, a safety check will be done before approval of the equipment to ensure that it is suitable for our park.

If you have some kayaking basics from another discipline you would gain most out of taking a private lesson with one of our highly qualified instructors. Please call so that we may set you up with the best possible instructor for your needs.

We have a full range of Pyranha whitewater kayaks.

Yes, we have all equipment necessary available to rent. We also have a passport program for people with previous experience to determine if they are qualified enough to paddle on the channels independently or if they would be better suited to instruction.

An airpark or high ropes course is an adventure challenge course suspended up to 20m in the air. Your goal is to navigate different elements such as stepping-stones, rolling logs, Tarzan swings and many more, whilst at all times connected by a safety harness.

A zip line is a cable suspended from a high point, about 20m above ground level, and stretches out over an open area of 200m. A participant wearing a safety harness is connected to the zip wire and rides down to the entire length of the wire, enjoying the beautiful scenes below them.

A climbing wall is a simulation of a natural rock wall, 20m high with climbing holds attached to it. Your goal is to make it to the top. A safety harness connects participants at all times.

Participants are connected by harness to a large log, located at the bottom of a swing, which is part of the airpark structure. Once connected you are winched to the top of the swing, about 15m up, and then released. Once released you feel a sense of weightlessness and then lots of speed as you fly through the air to the other side of the swing.

For all the aerial activities it’s advised that you wear closed toe footwear. Clothing that is not too loose and will not affect the fitting of harnesses, helmets or become stuck in any safety devices should also be worn. Long hair should be tied back and out of the way of the equipment, element and devices. Jewelry should be removed to prevent loss or damage. Items should be removed from pockets and put into lockers provided. We advise using sunscreen at all times.

Safety is the number one priority at Wadi Adventure. We provide all our guests with a safety harness and helmet. Our instructors are fully trained professionals who love their work and will provide you with an unforgettable experience.

Our activities are suitable for all wishing to participate. Training is provided for all activities and no previous experience or skill level is required. Guests should assess their own physical capabilities.

We require all guests to wear the equipment that we provide.

Each level of the airpark takes about 20 minutes to complete. On the climbing wall each guest has a 20-minute limit. The giant swing takes 5 minutes.

Each rafting session consists of a 15 minute briefing and gearing up session on land and one hour on the water.

All you really need is a good pair of swimming shorts or a swimsuit, a rash guard or t-shirt to keep the sun off and a pair of closed toe shoes. Flip-flops or bare feet are not permitted.

Whitewater kayaking is a dynamic and exciting sport that has many disciplines, some of which are on offer at Wadi Adventure. These can include freestyle kayaking where paddlers surf waves and features in order to perform tricks and spins and the only Olympic discipline Slalom Kayaking where paddlers navigate a set course of hang gates against the clock.

Both One-on-One and Group Lessons are available at the park. You can book on line or by calling our receptionist on 00971 3 781 8422.