Wild Wadi Water Park @ Jumeirah International (Dubai Water Theme Park) : Weekend Masti by Shashi with his friends...: PART-2

 Wild Wadi Water Park is situated between Burj Al Arab and the Jumeirah Beach Hotel...The Wild Wadi Waterpark is designed to offer amazing water fun and pleasure  for fun seekers... With 24 rides and attractions, most of which inter connect, people are able to enjoy continuous waterborne movement...

One of the world’s most impressive waterparks, Wild Wadi  is a playground that is guaranteed to delight both the young and the young at heart. It is the perfect location for leisure, as well as special events such as team building, business functions and employee incentive schemes...


The Wild Wadi Water Park is situated in Jumeirah region of Dubai, United Arab Emirates next to the Burj Al Arab and the Jumeirah Beach Hotel. This water park is operated by Jumeirah International which is an Dubai-based hotelier...


All the water rides were fabulous... We enjoyed the whole fun filled day @  Wild Wadi Water Park, Dubai...


After all the rides, its time to take rest at this decent place...


After lot of work in office it was wonderful break and we spent the time in wonderful manner... Dhoom, Masti and what not...


Abbe Oye... Kya ho raha hai hai...


Gang getting ready for FUN loaded day @ Wild Wadi Water Park, DUBAI...


With state-of-the-art rides which includes 8 Master Blaster and 2 Flow Riders, Wild Wadi is packed with thrills and spills for children of various ages...


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