The park is home to 15 water slides and rides, and a one-of-a-kind RainDance Arena, where visitors of all ages can dance to hit songs under cooling rain. Booking your entrance to the park in advance lets you skip lines at the ticket counter and get straight to the action. Plus, you can enter at any time throughout the day, which allows you to combine the water park with sightseeing in Mombasa.
Things to Know Before You Go
Wild Water is not to be missed by families and amusement park lovers.
Lifeguards ensure safety and make the experience worry-free for the whole family.
Restaurants serve local and international cuisine and cocktails.
Outside food and drinks are not permitted in Wild Water.
How to Get There
Located close to numerous hotels in the Nyali Area of Mombasa, and directly opposite the Nyali Golf Club, the water park can be reached by Uber, taxi, or tuk-tuk. It’s also reachable on foot from the nearby Mamba Village.
When to Get There
Wild Water is open from 10am to 6pm Tuesday to Sunday; it’s also open on Mondays during school breaks and public holidays. The best time to visit is during peak hours of sunshine, when it’s too hot for other activities.
Activities at Wild Waters
With everything from a kiddy pool to an enclosed spiraling slide, Wild Water appeals to both toddlers to thrill-seekers. The set of four parallel waterslides, which let you slide side-by-side with your companions, are a firm family favorite. Add some excitement with a ride through the flume bowl or, if you are looking to relax while the kids play, float along the lazy river while watching the action around you.