Aquaventure, one part of the Atlantis The Palm, the flagship resort of the revolutionary Palm Jumeirah, Dubai, opened its doors on Wednesday, September 24th 2008.
The resort is surrounded by marine lagoons and will be home to more than 65,000 marine animals.
Visitors at the giant aquarium at Aquaventure at Atalantis Palm Jumeirah in Dubai.
The water playground includes extraordinary rides with cascades, tidal waves and rapids.
The Mesopotamian-styled Ziggurat temple in Atlantis reaches over 30 metres into the sky and features seven heart-pumping water slides; two of which catapult riders through shark-filled lagoons.
The much anticipated opening of Dubai's first integrated entertainment resort is set to enhance Dubai's incredible tourism proposition.
Each of the 1,539 guestrooms and suites in the Royal Towers feature private balconies and views over the Gulf or The Palm Jumeirah.
Sultan Ahmad Bin Sulayem, Chairman of DP World (right), toured the Atlantis facilities with Alan Leibman, President and Managing Director of the Atlantis, Palm Jumeirah.
Alan Leibman, President and Managing Director of Atlantis Palm Jumeirah (left) and Jim Boocher, President of Kerzner Development are seen in front of the Leap of Faith water slide.
Water adventures, salt and fresh water attractions and an open-air marine habitat are the focal points of the resort for both guests and visitors.
The resort has been modelled on the already world famous Atlantis resort in the Bahamas.
A visitor rides the Leap of Faith water slide.
The Atlantis water adventure system uses 18 million litres of desalinated freshwater

Atlantis opens at Palm Jumeirah

Aquaventure, one part of the Atlantis The Palm, the flagship resort of the revolutionary Palm Jumeirah, Dubai, opened its doors on Wednesday, September 24th 2008.
The resort is surrounded by marine lagoons and will be home to more than 65,000 marine animals.
Visitors at the giant aquarium at Aquaventure at Atalantis Palm Jumeirah in Dubai.
The water playground includes extraordinary rides with cascades, tidal waves and rapids.
The Mesopotamian-styled Ziggurat temple in Atlantis reaches over 30 metres into the sky and features seven heart-pumping water slides; two of which catapult riders through shark-filled lagoons.
The much anticipated opening of Dubai's first integrated entertainment resort is set to enhance Dubai's incredible tourism proposition.
Each of the 1,539 guestrooms and suites in the Royal Towers feature private balconies and views over the Gulf or The Palm Jumeirah.
Sultan Ahmad Bin Sulayem, Chairman of DP World (right), toured the Atlantis facilities with Alan Leibman, President and Managing Director of the Atlantis, Palm Jumeirah.
Alan Leibman, President and Managing Director of Atlantis Palm Jumeirah (left) and Jim Boocher, President of Kerzner Development are seen in front of the Leap of Faith water slide.
Water adventures, salt and fresh water attractions and an open-air marine habitat are the focal points of the resort for both guests and visitors.
The resort has been modelled on the already world famous Atlantis resort in the Bahamas.
A visitor rides the Leap of Faith water slide.
The Atlantis water adventure system uses 18 million litres of desalinated freshwater

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