Aquarium Tank One of the largest suspended aquariums in the world The 10-million litre Dubai Aquarium tank, located on the Ground Level of The Dubai Mall, is one of the largest suspended aquariums in the world. It houses thousands of aquatic animals, comprising over 140 species. Over 300 Sharks and Rays live in this tank, including the largest collection of Sand Tiger Sharks in the world. There are numerous ways for visitors to experience the main Aquarium tank, which measures 51 metres in length, 20 metres in width and 11 metres in height. Aquarium Tunnel An enormous diversity of marine species inhabit the open ocean. Dubai Aquarium & Underwater Zoo recreates this fascinating environment in near-perfect detail and gives you the opportunity to walk right through it. Located on the Ground Floor of The Dubai Mall, the 48-metre long Aquarium tunnel takes you 11 metres under the surface Underwater Zoo Explore a fascinating aquatic world Continue your journey at Underwater Zoo and learn more about what amazing creatures inhabit both our rivers and oceans. Located on Level Two above the Aquarium tank, Underwater Zoo leads you through three ecological Zones; Rainforest, Rocky Shore and Living Ocean. Watch out for these aquatic creatures at Underwater Zoo: Otters, Piranha, Humbolt Penguins, African Dwarf Crocodiles, Lionfish, Giant Spider Crabs, Seahorses, Garden Eels, Archerfish, Arapaima, Water Rats, Paddlefish, Cichlids, Nautilus and many more amazing aquatic animals in 40 individual aquatic displays.
Choose from Three Options AED 149 for an Abu Dhabi city tour with an entry ticket to Louvre for one AED 288 for an Abu Dhabi city tour with an entry ticket to Louvre for two AED 581 for an Abu Dhabi city tour with an entry ticket to Louvre for four NOTE : Grand Mosque & Heritage Village Shall Remain Closed on Fridays in the Holy Month of Ramadan Dates : May 10,17, 24,31 - 2019
Located in Dubai and situated in front of the stunning Burj Al Arab, Wild Wadi offers almost 30 rides and attractions for all the family. Wild Wadi is themed around the tale of Juha, a known character from the Arabian folklore. Wild Wadi Rides Wild Wadi Have best and widest selection in the U.A.E. We have rides to suit all ages and sizes. Relax and enjoy metre high waves of Flood River and long, lazy river of Juha's Journey.The little ones will love the kids activities at Wild Wadi which include racing slides and water guns! But for those thrill seekers amongst you, check out the adrenaline fuelled rides at Wild Wadi Water Park including the incredible Tantrum Alley and Burj Surj! Last but by no means least, Wipeout and Riptide Flowriders offer the ultimate surfing experience. One of the only four such rides in the world, the Wipeout Flowrider is a blast. Devised by the maverick American lawyer and surf fanatic Thomas Lochtefeld, the Wipeout works by shooting out more than seven tonnes of water per second in a thin sheet across a moulded foam structure, producing a realistic wave effect ideal for body-boarding and knee-boarding (or stand-up flow boarding during private events). Several rides are unsuitable for guests with disabilities, pregnant guests, guests with heart or back conditions. All rides have information boards at the entrance to rides containing the ride rules and who can and can’t the ride due to its nature.
Stopover the beautiful garden city of Al Ain, the greenest of all the Emirates, on a full-day tour from Dubai. Instigate with a visit to the Al Ain Museum with its widespread archaeological collection, including particularly remarkable second-millennium gold pendants. It also houses a renovation of the Grand Hili tomb with its rock engravings. Next, go to the top of Jebel Hafeet, UAE's highest peak, giving you striking views of the desert. At the foot of Jebel Hafeet are hot water springs, perfect for bathing tired feet in steaming healing waters. Then stop at the largest camel market in the UAE, recently modernised to entertain guests all the more. Contingent on the time of year, you may see baby camels. Move on to Al Ain Conservation Zoo, which houses some the world's last remaining white lions and tigers.