Aquaventure Waterpark Annual Maintenance Update
Aquaventure Waterpark will undergo maintenance in June 2017
In an effort to continuously enhance our guest experience, Aquaventure Waterpark will be conducting essential annual maintenance in June 2017.
Saturday 3 June to Saturday 24 June 2017.
During this period all rides at the Tower of Neptune will be closed for maintenance. This will include Leap of Faith, Shark Attack, Shamal, Surge, Plunge, Falls and Stinger. Guests can continue to enjoy access to all other attractions and rides, which will remain fully operational. This will include all the river and lagoons, Splashers children’s area, Shark Lagoon with all of our marine activities, all six waterslides at The Tower of Poseidon and the Zip Line.
Special day visitor rates will apply during these periods for both non-hotel guests and UAE residents. For guests staying at Atlantis during this period please call +971 4 426 0000 for more information.
Frequently Asked Questions
Is there anything wrong with the rides?
All rides are fully functional however we have planned maintenance and improvements to offer our guests the best possible experiences. Examples of the upgrades taking place are painting parts of the river rides.
Will external guests be able to visit the waterpark?
Guests can access Aquaventure Waterpark and enjoy the rides which are not affected by the maintenance from Saturday, 3 June to Saturday, 24 June 2017, all rides at The Tower of Neptune will be closed for maintenance. This will include Leap of Faith, Shark Attack, Shamal, Surge, Plunge, Falls and Stinger. The rest of the park is fully operational.
Are you offering a cheaper rate during this time?
We are offering a special rate for day visitors during this time.
Will Dolphin Bay and Sea Lion Point be open?
Yes, Dolphin Bay and Sea Lion Point will remain open for the duration.
What other animal activities can I do in Aquaventure?
In the Shark lagoon, you can walk and breathe underwater with sharks with a special helmets during Shark Safari or wade in waist high water to learn about, touch and feed our cownose stingrays.