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Dubai Holidays

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Dubai Holidays
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Holidays to Dubai will leave you dazzled with its extravagance, seduced by its shopping, delighted with its beaches and humbled by its cultural and architectural wonders. It’s a destination where the ordinary becomes extraordinary, where the contemporary collides with the traditional and where luxury and sophistication oozes from every corner.

Dubai holidays offer anything from sky-diving above man-made islands to visiting the tallest building in the world, and from 4x4 safaris through the desert to discovering aquariums that lie beneath designer shopping malls, Dubai is a destination that’s all about big experiences. Add into the mix world-class theme-parks such as Dubai Parks & and Resorts and IMG World’s of Adventure and a whole host of stunning beaches, elegant hotels and delectable dining options and Dubai becomes an unmissable experience.

If you’re considering a Dubai holiday packed with family fun, then look no further. The city is sprinkled with a host of family-friendly activities and places to see and keep you busy all day long. From outdoor adventures to multiple theme parks and dining options, the choice and variety of experiences will make any of our holidays to Dubai the perfect choice for families.

Choose any of our holidays in Dubai, including our all-inclusive Dubai packages, and you'll be on your way to the most populous city in the United Arab Emirates. Dubai oozes style, luxury and class. The array of skyscrapers, golden sandy beaches mixed with authentic Arabian markets and mosques, this city offers a whole host of cultures and traditions to explore.

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Top 5 Things To Do
  1. Wild Wadi Water Park

    Huge shopping centre with international department stores, a ski centre and a multi-screen cinema.

  2. Palm Jumeirah

    The tree-shaped Palm Jumeirah island is known for glitzy hotels, posh apartment towers and upmarket global restaurants.

  3. Dubai Museum

    18th century fort housing a museum with multimedia exhibits on local history & cultural heritage.

  4. Grand Mosque

    The Grand Mosque is a mosque in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. It is located between the textile souk and the Dubai Museum close to a small stream in the Bur Dubai area, just south of the Hindu Temple.

  5. Legoland® Dubai

    Amusement park celebrating the iconic brick

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Helpful Information
Currency: UAE dirham
Flying time from the UK: Flight time from London to Dubai is 6 hours 45 minutes.
Primary Language: Arabic
Passport & Visas: Brits will be granted a free of charge visitor/tourist visa upon arrival in the UAE. No application in advance of travel is needed. Your passport will be stamped with the visa as you pass through Immigration.
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Our Expert Says
My 5 days were action packed and I felt as though I had been transported into another world in just over 6 hours. A must for food lovers is a trip to the spice market in Deira.  Here is where you really get to sample the great textures and have your taste buds opened up to flavours which to me were other worldly.
After a day at the spice market, a great way to unwind and have some fun would be an unmissable trip out to the desert on a jeep safari.  Get the adrenaline pumping as you are whisked through the desert over the sand dunes before arriving at an oasis full of belly dancers and magic carpets for an evening of entertainment and dancing - you even have your own henna tattoo artist. This for me was the highlight of my time in Dubai. Not to be missed.
Paul -Trainer
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