The most happening luxurious tourist destination in the world. Year round sunshine, warm hospitality and a rich cultural heritage, intriguing deserts, beautiful beaches, luxurious hotels and world class shopping, fine cuisine and renowned night life. Discover all that is possible in Dubai.
What to Do
There are many things to do in Dubai. From helicopter tours, camel riding, desert safari tours, boat trips, tours of historical sights and theme parks.
Gaze over Dubai from the world’s tallest observatory at Burj Khalifa meaning “at the top sky”. Take the elevator up to level 125 revel in the views and then visit level 148 home to the world’s highest open-air observatory and breathe in the jaw dropping views from this staggering outlook.
Hot Air Balloon flight and gourmet meal
Witness the desert sunrise from the air. Glide through the sky wafting over the dunes, gullies and sands of the Dubai desert conservation reservation. Take in the view and watch out for gazelles and other wildlife below as you watch the sunrise over the Hajar Mountains.
Visit Dubai’s most magical attractions on a fairyland tour
Visit the magical gardens and see more than 45 million flowers in bloom all year round. From traditional flowerbeds to topiary displays this destination is a nature lovers paradise. You will also stop at the Butterfly Garden where hundreds of winged creatures glide through the sky. Be sure to stop off at the Global Village Arena which has an array of festivals, shopping and entertainment in an open air theme park.
Make an evening in Dubai extra special with a creek dinner cruise on the world’s largest dhow – a traditional Arabic boat. Step aboard the beautifully illuminated floating restaurant and admire sparkling landmarks over a sumptuous dinner. Soak up the romance and magic of the skyline as you sail.
Discover the best of Dubai on a half day sightseeing tour with an expert sightseeing guide. Take in Dubai’s top landmarks as you absorb the cosmopolitan atmosphere. Snapshot photos of Burj Al-Arab, the sail shaped hotel. Take a water taxi across Dubai creek and sign off your day with a visit to visit Deira Spice Souq. Explore the brilliant gold souq, sightseeing at its easiest and the best.
When to go
The best time to visit Dubai is from November to April when the weather is suited for outdoor activities. In January and February it can become crowded due to the shopping festival. Summer months in Dubai are very hot and humid with temperatures hitting the high forties.
There are very few destinations that can outshine the truly stunning the city of Dubai. Situated on the southeast coast of the Persian Gulf, the city is awash with an array of landscapes and beautiful beaches and uninhabited deserts. Dubai is celebrated for its extravagance and is a city not to be missed.