If you’re looking for some of the best things to do in Dubai, then look no further! We took a trip to Atlantis Dubai to discover Aquaventure Waterpark, swim with dolphins and to dive into The Lost Chambers Aquarium to show you just how much fun you can have on The Palm! Here’s a rundown of the activities from the video:
Diving in The Lost Chambers Aquarium
If anything was going to wake us up first thing in the morning, it was diving into the Ambassador Lagoon at Atlantis Dubai and sharing an underwater world with 65,000 (!) marine animals. We could never have prepared for just how close we would get to the sharks (some were double our size!) and the stingrays. No cages, no glass windows… just them, us and the unknown! This is without doubt one of the best things to do in Dubai!
Trying the scariest rides at Aquaventure Waterpark
A trip to Aquaventure Waterpark revealed a whole new side to our team! From crazy levels of fun to jaw-dropping levels of fear, the adrenaline-fuelled slides and record-breaking rides pushed, pulled and wiped the floor with all of us. Our three standout moments had to be when we conquered gravity on Zoomerango; when we fell through the floor at speeds of 60 m/ph on Poseidon’s Revenge; and when we took on the 27-metre vertical drop on The Leap of Faith!
Boogie-boarding with dolphins
With a number of dolphins hanging out at Dolphin Bay at Atlantis Dubai, you’ll never be short of a friend to go swimming with. We headed down to the lagoon for an adventure with Black and his dolphin buddies – it was flippin’ awesome.
Splashing around with the sea lions
Say ‘hello!’ to the new kids on the block. We got the rare opportunity to get up-close and personal with these incredible creatures in a specially-designed lagoon at Atlantis Dubai. These marine mammals are super curious and utterly charming…
Wandering through the Lost Chambers
We wander through ancient ruins while exploring tunnel after tunnel of marine life through the aquarium’s chambers. From glow-in-the-dark jellyfish to rare Albino alligator brothers (new to the aquarium!), the 65,000 marine animals had us fascinated from the get-go.