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Dubai Holidays 2023 & 2024

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Dubai Holidays 2023 & 2024

  • Situated in the exquisite United Arab Emirates, Dubai is well known for its towering skyscrapers, vibrant nightlife and iconic landmarks. With its golden beaches, warm waters and year-round sunshine, Dubai is one of the most luxurious and memorable cities to explore. No wonder so many people flock to this paradise city for a little slice of heaven every year.

  • Explore the never-ending Desert of the United Arab Emirates in a 4x4 land cruiser and experience the thrill of dune bashing. Ski the dunes on sand boards as you coast through the orange sand at top speeds. All finished with a ride upon one of nature's most majestic creatures, the camel.

    If you prefer to avoid the desert, the Dubai Fountain is a spectacular water show. Watch in amazement as water shoots as high as 500 feet into the sky as traditional Arabic and Western music fills the air. With numerous performances on the 30-acre Burj Khalifa Lake every day, you'll want to be sure not to miss this elegant and memorable spectacle.

    The Dubai Mall is frequently considered the best mall in Dubai. With its high fashion retailers, including the classic Louis Vuitton and Gucci, to its high street heroes like GAP and Debenhams, you don't have to have a stack of cash to visit one of the most luxurious shopping capitals in the world. Equivalent to the size of 200 football pitches, Dubai Mall is also home to one of the largest aquariums in the world, Dubai Aquarium and Underwater Zoo. Get up close and personal with sharks and rays in the 270-degree acrylic walkthrough tunnel while the unique lunar-cycle lighting system alters the ambience of the tank to coincide with the time of day. Once you've had your fishy fix, head up to the underwater zoo for a more interactive approach that aims to educate the younger generation on the ecology of marine life.

  • Restaurants in Dubai know how to prepare and serve some of the most high-quality food in the culinary world. Giving Middle Eastern food the spotlight it deserves, you'll want to order it all when you open a menu in one of Dubai's many authentic restaurants.

    A must-try is the popular Margoogat. A rich tomato-based stew boasting some of the finest Arab spices to give it a unique and distinctive flavour. This dish is the ideal hearty evening meal with a choice of chicken or lamb combined with fresh seasonal vegetables.

    For a lighter bite, the famous Emirati bread, Khameer, is sweetened bread that can be enjoyed on its own or paired with cheese, chicken and even meatballs.

    One of the most common drinks in Dubai is the rich gahwa. With its distinctive aromas of cardamom and cloves, this beverage is generally consumed at social gatherings and occasions.

  • With pleasant and sunny weather all year round, there is never a wrong time to visit Dubai. November to February is considered favourable times with warm temperatures and a boatload of events and activities throughout the city, including food festivals and the Dubai World Cup.

Some quick facts

Time Difference

+4 hours


English and Arabic


UAE Dirham

Flight Info
7h flight time from UK
Dubai International airport (DXB)
Direct flights are available from the UK with American Airlines, British Airways, Royal Brunei airlines. Aer Lingus, Emirates, Garuda Indonesia, Iberia and Qantas Airways.

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