Snow Calssic - General Admission ticket
This is a typical itinerary for this product
Stop At: Ski Dubai, Shiekh Zayed Road, Interchange 4 Mall of the Emirates, Dubai United Arab Emirates
Admission ticket to Ski Dubai
Duration: 8 hours
- Unlimited rides at the Snow Park
- Use of a snow jacket, pants, boots and disposable socks
- Use of a helmet (children under 13 only)
- Fleece Glove Vouchers
- Mountain Thriller
- Access to the snow cavern, ice cave and snowball gallery
- See the March of the Peguins
- Toboggan slopes, twin-track bobsled, mountain thriller, climbing wall, tube run
- Entry/Admission - Ski Dubai
- Hotel pickup and drop-off
- Food and drinks
- Ski slope
- Key cards
- Penguin encounter
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- Hat and gloves are recommended for Snow Park entry
- Access to the ski area is not included in this pass
- This tour/activity will have a maximum of 50 travelers
khemsley62 Seaford, United Kingdom 31 Reviewed yesterday Wow wow wow Ski dubai is a must! A totally amazing place we were here from 11am 10pm nipped upstairs for lunch with wrist bands on you can go in and out. Every member of staff was happy relaxed engaging and just seemed to be loving their work, I thing was to much trouble and we would definitely go again. We have two teenagers they did the ski slope two hour session and my son had his first snow boarding lesson they loved the experience. We also all did the bullet zip wire which was great fun. Dont go to Dubai without going here Viator deal was great and you can upgrade for a little more once there Show less
Awesome. Must visit once.
This was an amazing experience for us. Loved the place and nicely organized.
Great experience and LOTS OF FUN!!!!
A must see in dubai! Get there early to avoid long lines! Very worth it though. Dress warm.
This tour was amazing!
This is a great complex with lots to do for families, particularly those with young children. After presenting proof of our booking to the very patient, helpful member of staff, my wife and I were kitted out ski boots, skis, gloves, snow shoes and thermals Word to the wise, bring a scarf and hat as the cold does get to you after a while. We entered into the complex which very impressive and huge! My immediate impression was that most of the Polar Pass activities are aimed at a younger audience. Undeterred, I tackled the snow equivalent of a water slide in a large rubber doughnut. Whilst fun it was over too quick and when I commented as such, a member of staff beckoned me towards to the 'Mountain Thriller'. Now this looks more like it I thought. We rode the chairlift to the top of the complex and the helpful member of staff asked me to read some instructions on the wall, gave me a helmet and sat me in a dingy type raft. With a large smile he gave me a shove and off I went, descending through the various twists and turns. Unfortunately, I just didn't get that adrenaline rush and feeling of impending doom I had expected, which would have elevated the Mountain Thriller from good to awesome! My main reason for being at the complex was to have my first ever ski lesson, so anything which followed would always have lots to live up to. As such I didn't feel inclined to visit the penguins, or go into the snowball globe. which is not to say it didn't look fun. If your into slides, spinning globes and things that zip along then this is definitely for you.