From July 29, most known and all-favorite Abu Dhabi theme parks will welcome guests in time for Eid Al Adha, surely with strict precautionary measures in place. All health and safety measures have been doubled in the parks, while the capacity was reduced to 30 percent. Visitors will have to wear masks and are advised to sanitize hands regularly.
Visitors are advised to download the respective smartphone apps for each park to enhance their contactless experience. Advance booking for all, including season pass holders, is essential.
Annual passes are subject to extension of their duration, as parks were closed. At the moment, there are no available character meet and greets to avoid crowding. Yas Waterworld will remain closed until further notice.
Ferrari World Abu Dhabi will operate daily from 11:00 AM to 08:00 PM. The supercar-themed park offers a number of rides including the Formula Rossa, the world’s fastest roller coaster. Children can also get in on the fun with age-appropriate rides such as The Speedway Race and Formula Rossa Junior.
Also, Warner Bros. World Abu Dhabi will be open daily from 11:00 AM to 08:00 PM spanning 1.65 million square feet, the indoor theme park is made up of five lands – Metropolis; Gotham City; Cartoon junction; Dynamite Gulch, and Bedrock. The park contains 29 rides, restaurants, attractions, and shops.
Yas Island’s indoor attraction, CLYMB is also reopening in time for Eid weekend. This sporting facility features a 43-meter-high climbing wall counting the total of four walls of varying and increasing difficulty – from beginner to expert level. CLYMB will operate on Friday and Saturday, from noon to 11:00 PM; Sunday to Thursday from 11:00 AM to 09:00 PM.
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