Ok so what's good about it.......lots of rides and loads of variety. It was lovely and quiet when we went, kids going back to school and all that. So the best thing was the variety and quality of the rides.
I think there are a couple of things though that Wild Wadi does a bit better. No one offered us a map on entry. The rides aren't all linked together so it's not very intuitive to find your way around....I went back and asked for a map which helped,but you do need to ask.
Also if you go I recommend you wear some nylon board socks or something like that. They don't spray water on the floors and there is no where to put your flip flops so your feet roast trying to get from one place to the other....really impractical.
It was very clean but also very expensive, the staff aren't as customer focused as at Wild Wadi either.
Overall it's a good few hours out.
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