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Yas Waterworld has it all – sun, fun and a ‘yum’ meal included with this ticket! Here you’ll find rides for rambunctious adrenaline junkies and boisterous thrill-seekers. There are plenty of lazy, chilled-out attractions for the more mellow among us and a ton of fun for the young. Come on down and cool off at Yas Waterworld. Bubble’s Barrel is the world’s gnarliest surfable sheet wave (3 meters high)! It’s just one of the high-intensity thrills Yas Waterworld is famous for. There’s even a 20m-high tornado funnel! The Bandit Bomber is slightly less extreme – it’s a 550-meter long water rollercoaster with onboard water effects. You can drop water bombs on those below – but brace yourself, they can return fire with fully-armed water guns!

For more downtempo good times, float through the winding currents of the Al Rava River or take the little ones to a water kingdom full of slides and pools to match their age and size. When the tummy starts to rumble, it’s time for your included meal. Chow down on curry, pizza, pasta, or a burger – there’s lots to choose from! It’s 37 acres of wet, watery fun and the best way to cool off in the desert sun.

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About Abu Dhabi

Breathtaking luxury, exhilarating adventure and the warmth of hospitality await you in Abu Dhabi. Abu Dhabi is the capital and the second most populous city of the United Arab Emirates (the most populous being Dubai), and also the capital of the Emirate of Abu Dhabi, the largest of the UAE's seven emirates. Abu Dhabi lies on a T-shaped island jutting into the Persian Gulf from the central western coast.

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Abu Dhabi has a hot desert climate. Sunny blue skies can be expected throughout the year. The months of June through September are generally extremely hot and humid. From June to September is generally extremely hot and humid with maximum temperatures averaging above 38 celcius (100F). The best time to visit Abu Dhabi is between April and May or from September to October. The spring and fall shoulder seasons yield pleasant weather, manageable crowds and reasonable hotel rates. For the best weather — not too hot and not to humid – you’ll want to visit in the wintertime (December through March). However, this is Abu Dhabi’s peak season, with business travelers snagging all the city’s cabs and tourists flocking to the beach. If you’re looking for the best prices, summer is your season: The city is practically free of tourists, but high temperatures and smothering humidity will make any time spent outdoors feel gruesome.

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