Dubai Tourism

Country: Dubai

Top Places to Visit: Abu Dhabi, Sharjah

Ideal Trip Duration: 4-5 Full Days

Top Attraction : Burj Khalifa, Desert Safari, Dubai Creek, Wild Wadi Waterpark, Ferrari World,Wild Wadi Waterpark, Burj Al Arab, Dubai Museum, Jumeirah Beach

Best Time to Visit : November to March

Peak Season: November to March



A city with many facets, Dubai is one of the world's most popular tourist places. Home to the world's highest tower, the Burj Khalifa, this global city is known for its sumptuous architecture, incredible skylines and a multitude of tourist attractions that break records to be the highest, longest and biggest.

Dubai offers plenty of opportunities for adventure activities such as desert safaris through golden Arabian dunes, skydiving over the beautiful Palm Islands, reef and wreck diving, kite surfing, wakeboarding etc. The city of Dubai was once considered to be a barren land, showcasing its glittering infrastructure in the majestic Arabian desert. Today, with shimmering skyscrapers, luxurious hotels , shopping malls and restaurants, this man-made wonder is complete. Burj Khalifa-the tallest manmade building, Dubai Fountain with music-choreographed jets and lights, Atlantis, the Palm and an aquarium resort are among Dubai's top tourist destinations. Dubai will overwhelm you with its amalgamation of futuristic marvel and ancient Arab traditions, with the largest population of all seven emirates and the second largest in size.

Best time to Visit Dubai

The best time to visit Dubai is from November to March, as these are the winter months. These months are quite pleasant with average temperatures of around 25 degrees centigrade. This season's highlight is Dubai Shopping Festival (DSF), where you'll find the best shopping offers.
April-May is the start of summer, with temperatures between 23 and 36 degrees Celsius. June, July and August are Dubai's heatiest months, with temperatures hitting 40 degrees Celsius combined with unpleasant moisture.

How to Reach Dubai

Dubai is home to the Emirates National Airlines connecting Dubai and the UAE with many cities in the Middle East, Europe , Asia and elsewhere in the world. Other flying options available to those traveling from India to Dubai include IndoGo, Jet Airways , Air India, SpiceJet, Air India Express and Flydubai. One can also board a flight from several cities in India such as New Delhi , Mumbai , Chennai, Bangalore , Hyderabad, and many more.