Tailor-made holidays to Dubai
The magnificent city of Dubai sits between the Gulf Coast and the Desert and has very quickly become a top holiday destination due to the hot climate, pristine beaches, opulent hotels and every increasing list of attractions Dubai has to offer.
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Visa: Visa not required.
Timezone: +4hours (GMT)
When to go
Good: November to May is perfect temperature to travel to Dubai. Low 30 degrees Celsius.
Hot: April to October temperatures can reach 42 degrees Celsius.
Ramadam: July to August 2013. Muslims in Dubai will not consume any food or drink from sunrise to sunset and tourists are expected to observe and follow this custom. Shops/Bars/Restaurants and even supermarkets maybe closed during this time.
The highlight of Dubai
is undoubtedly the unlimited shopping but with ever increasing hotels and restaurants and a new Water Park holidays to Dubai can offer a complete holiday experience. Places like Jumeirah Beach
and Dubai Creek
are popular hot spots but Dubai is not shopping and beaches. The city lays between the desert and the ocean so there are boat trips and desert tours to experience.
Burj Al Arab
This magnificent hotel in Dubai is arguably one of the best hotels in the world.