Abu Dhabi announced that 3 attractions on Yas Island will reopen in the coming week, Wednesday 29th July, just before a national Islamic holiday – Eid Al Adha. These three attractions are Ferrari World, Warner Bros Abu Dhabi and CLYMB.
Latest update: Yas Waterworld is ready to reopen again on 3rd Aug for Annual Pass Holder and on 4th Aug for the general public. For more details, kindly visit: yaswaterworld.com/en
Official information is published from Abu Dhabi Government Media Office’s twitter handle.
.@FerrariWorldAD, @wbworldad and @CLYMBAbuDhabi will reopen on 29 July 2020. This follows comprehensive health and safety measures set in place in line with @dctabudhabi guidelines and best practices from @IAAPAHQ. pic.twitter.com/7gUcvUzwuM— مكتب أبوظبي الإعلامي (@admediaoffice) July 23, 2020
The amusement parks will be reopened with conditions to ensure safety for visitors, with guidelines from the Department of Culture and Tourism Abu Dhabi.
Visitors will be expected to adapt to new comprehensive precautionary measures, include:
- Ensure maximum capacity of 30% visitor
- Only online booking is accepted
- Pay attention to social distancing markers at all rides and playgrounds
- Modified dining and shopping experiences
- Safety measures will be printed along with confirmation booking (please pay attention!)
There will be:
- Body temperature checking at the entrance
- Limited ride capacity. Expect queuing experience could be a little longer and this is the new accepted normal
- Contactless access to each park via app
- You will be requested to practice mindful social distancing, wear masks all the time, maintain good hygiene…
Annual pass holders of Ferrari World and Warner Bros. will have access 1 day early on 28th July, and open daily from 11:00 am to 8:00 pm. CLYMB will be open daily from 11 am to 9 pm.
For latest update timing, kindly visit their websites (or social media accounts):
Last month, on the 24th of June, there were some cultural attractions reopened like Louvre Abu Dhabi, Qasr Al Hosn, Al Ain Oasis…
In another latest travel update from Etihad, travelers should be negative before arriving with a negative PCR test within 96 hours.
More details here: https://www.etihad.com/en/travel-updates/all-destinations-travel-guides
Currently, the emirate of Abu Dhabi is issuing a safety certificate named “Go Safe-Certified” to all attractions, restaurants, hotels, beaches…which meet the required safety measurements from the government.
.@dctabudhabi announces that 146 hotels in the emirate are “Go Safe-certified” to provide further confidence for those visiting and staying in #AbuDhabi, in addition to several attractions that have been certified for Go Safe. pic.twitter.com/faEF4ZmCma— مكتب أبوظبي الإعلامي (@admediaoffice) July 23, 2020
If you are still not able to travel to Abu Dhabi during this time, I would recommend checking out some of the virtual travel experiences in Abu Dhabi.
See you soon!