Sometimes it only takes a short look online to find some of the best days out in Dubai but more often than not it’s overwhelming and tricky, so save time with our top picks from Godesto for when you want something to enjoy that isn’t just one of the many ladies nights in Dubai.

Must-See and Must-Do Waterpark

What it is: Wild Wadi Waterpark has to be Dubai’s most popular and most famous waterpark, it’s a must-see and a must-do for any visitor to Dubai, especially when the mercury starts to rise like it does every summer. You’ll get amazing offers if you’re a resident and even travellers will get some excellent value packages with all you can drink options.

Where to go: Wild Wadi Waterpark is un Umm Suqeim but you’ll find it clearly on Google Maps.

When to go: It’s open every day from 10:00 AM until 7:00 PM.

How much it’ll cost: Prices start from just 149 AED (£30.50).

Newest Waterpark in Dubai

What it is: Laguna Waterpark is the newest addition to Dubai’s already impressive catalogue of waterparks and with prices starting from just 99 AED (£20.50) when you book online there’s no better time to visit. It’s brand new in one of the coolest new hotspots in Dubai, La Mer, which is a shipwreck themed beachfront destination with two beautiful beach areas, plenty of dining options and even a few cool retail stores.

Where to go: You’ll find Laguna Waterpark at La Mer Central in Jumeirah 1.

When to go: Open daily from 10:00 AM until 8:00 PM.

How much it’ll cost: Prices start from 99 AED (£20.50).

Atlantis Still Holds the Crown

What it is: The Ultimate waterpark experience is available at Atlantis The Palm, Aquaventure has really styled itself as being a luxury and fun experience for everybody involved. You’ll get to enjoy some of the best slides in Dubai and beat the heat with a real, chilled out waterpark experience.

Where to go: Head to Aquaventure Waterpark at Atlantis The Palm at Palm Jumeirah.

When to go: It’s open every day from 10:00 AM until 7:00 PM until the 15th of September.

How much it’ll cost: It’ll cost you 195 AED (£40) for adults and 170 AED (£35) for kids.