Wherever you live in India, Dubai beckons as it enjoys direct connectivity with all the major cities of India like Mumbai, Delhi, Kolkata, Chennai, Bengaluru, Hyderabad, calicut, Kochi, Trivandrum, Kannur etc… So, pack your bags and get ready for the ultimate desert vacation. Read on to find out more about your dream Dubai vacation. 

  1. The Best Time to Visit Dubai:
    • Dubai has two main seasons, summer and winter. Between May and October, the summer season takes over Dubai and the temperatures average between 24°C and 43°C. On the other hand, the winter temperatures are relatively pleasant and range between 19°C to 32°C, making it the ideal season for a Dubai holiday. Winter is also the season when Dubai receives most of its rainfall. These showers will make your Dubai tour a pleasant experience without hampering your Dubai sightseeing.
    • The temperate winter allows you to explore Dubai’s beaches and indulge in outdoor activities such as picnics, desert safaris and dune bashing during your Dubai vacation. The days see warm sunshine and bright blue skies while the evenings are fanned by the gentle desert winds. If you’re a shopaholic looking for amazing deals during your Dubai holiday, January and February are your months to visit Dubai. The Dubai Shopping Festival starts in January and continues into February and offers incredible deals, as much as a 75% discount, on electronics, jewellery, fashion and more.
  2. Honeymoon in Dubai:
    • Dubai is the perfect honeymoon destination for couples looking to honeymoon in fast-paced cosmopolitan cities with tons of excitement around every corner. When you book a Dubai tour package don’t forget to check out our offers for your dubai honeymoon, you book a trip to an exotic paradise that fuses its native Arabian traditions with all of the luxuries of the West. Dubai is a cultural melting pot where you can rub shoulders with people from all over the globe, not to mention enjoy a diverse medley of cuisines. Then, of course, there is the rugged beauty of the desert and the adventures you can experience during your Dubai tour, whether you plan on enjoying a day at the races or taking a desert safari to watch the exotic shimmy of a belly dancer.
  3. How to Reach Dubai:
    • The Dubai International Airport is a world-class terminal and the busiest one in all of UAE. It is well connected to almost all the major Indian cities such as Mumbai, Delhi, Chennai, Bengaluru, Kolkata and Hyderabad making it an easy task to reach Dubai. You can easily get regular direct or connecting flights into Dubai from any of these cities. Some of the well-known airlines that operate flights to Dubai include Emirates, Etihad, FlyDubai, Air India, SpiceJet and IndiGo. Dubai’s airport sits 5 kms outside the city but is well connected with public transport.
    • If you cannot find a flight to Dubai, the next best option is to fly into Sharjah, which is Dubai’s closest neighbour. You will need a visa before you land in Dubai. Getting a UAE visa is easy, and you can get yours in 4-5 working days. However, if you hold a valid US, UK or Schengen visa, you do not need a separate visa for Dubai. All you must do is fill up a form after landing.
  4. Local Transport Within Dubai:
    • The public transportation system in Dubai – metro, buses, trams, abras, ferry, and water taxi – are managed by the RTA. The best part is that all these services use the same ticket type – the NOL card. You don’t need to worry about purchasing a different ticket for each service. You could alternatively rent a car to drive yourself around provided you possess the prerequisite driver’s license.
  5. Shopping in Dubai:
    • When it comes to shopping in Dubai, you will be spoilt for options. No surprise then that it is known as a shopper’s paradise. Home to the world’s largest shopping mall, The Dubai Mall, Dubai is not only about glamour and grandeur. Beneath the modern facade of the city lies an old-world charm of traditional souks where you can find everything from personalized perfumes to gold.
  6. Places to Visit in Dubai:
    • Starting out as a tiny fishing village, the emirate of Dubai has become the pearl of the Middle East. Your Dubai holiday is set against the backdrop of one of the most sought-after holiday destinations in the world. Therefore, your list of places to visit in Dubai must be suitably updated to reflect the best of its larger-than-life, world-class entertainment, its parks and resorts, its grand malls.Here are the best places to visit in Dubai:
    • The Burj Khalifa – Tallest Building in Dubai
    • Dubai Mall – Biggest Mall in Dubai
    • Madinat Jumeirah
    • The Dubai Fountain – Magical Medley of Lights, Water & Sound
    • Mall of Emirates – Luxury Shopping Destination in Dubai
    • Dubai Aquarium – Unique Underwater Zoo
    • Beaches in Dubai
    • JBR Open Beach
    • Umm Suqeim Beach
    • Kite Beach
    • Marina Beach
    • Jebel Ali Beach