Al Ain Wildlife Park:
Al Ain Zoo is located in the foothills of the Jebel Hafeet Mountains in Al Ain. It is home to over 4,000 animals, with at least 30% of its 180 species considered endangered. The zoo features a big cat house.Lions, pumas, black and spotted Leopards and Jaguars are found there. To walk around the zoo and see all the animals would take approximately 2 hours. There are plenty of green public spaces for picnics and also playgrounds and a cafeteria. The zoo also has a “train” with open carriages. There is a bird show featuring Predatory birds and night birds that lasts 30 min behind bird and penguin house.
It is a popular 1300 acre park located in Mirdif Dubai. The greenery desert is a favourite place for both adults and kids. There is a small zoo with goats and you can ride a camel or ponies there, train rides and a swimming pool. You will find a small house area featuring mini houses from all around the world!
Dubai Miracle Garden:
Miracle Garden has the record in Guinness Book of Records for having the longest flower wall. It is one of a kind in the region and in the world for such a unique display and extravagant outdoor recreational destination. It has more than 45 million blooming flowers in stunning designs, awesome shapes and structures with eye catching.
Dubai Creek Park:
It is located at the heart of the city. It is one of the oldest parks in Dubai and is still as popular today. The cool breeze from the creek and loads of plants makes it amazing place, where you wish to spend your time. There are also barbeque areas and children’s’ play areas dotted throughout the park as well as the Children City Centre and Dubai Dolphinarium.
The Park is bordered by Sheikh Zayed Road. It contains three lakes. A waterfall flows out of the hill and into the largest lake which contains a fountain and touring boats. The park is also famous with walkers and runners.
Yas Waterworld Abu Dhabi is the largest water park in the capital, where friends and families can enjoy a range of thrilling rides. The park has a unique pearl diving attraction that showcases the role pearl diving played in the UAE’s rich history. It has also about 43 slides and attractions in four three levels. So it is somehow part of your dream!
Wild Wadi Water Park
Wild Wadi is themed around the tale of Juha, a known character from the Arabian folklore. Once you enter the Wild Wadi water theme park, you will be given access to all the water rides, as well as the use of rubber rings, lifejackets and body boards.
Atlantis- Aqua venture
Atlantis Aqua venture is the largest water-themed attraction in Dubai. If you are there, you should not miss “The Leap Faith”. It is fun way to face your fear from heights and sharks in one time.
Being in Iceland makes you feel as you are in Ice Age. Iceland Water Park of Ras Al Khaimah is themed as Penguin Home Land. The rides are not as modern or adventurous as in the Dubai water parks but the park has a great atmosphere, and the best thing about it is there’s a bar! You can sit and chill out with a drink. They did not forget the kids, as the rides tend have been designed to be entertaining rather than extreme for adults.
Dreamland Aqua Park
It is located in Umm Al Quwain & considered to be one of the largest water parks in the region. It has an oasis of palm trees and green turf in the desert of Peninsula. Not only you can enjoy your day in swimming, but also you can check out the mini zoo where you can spot peacocks and other animals, or have a hit of tennis.
It has plenty to offer, you can pick from over hundred rides, arcade games, video games and several other entertaining games outdoor and indoor. This theme park is divided in to 3 definite areas: Main Street, Theme park and Fujifilm Splashland.