Dubai Holidays 2021/2022
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Holidays to Dubai
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Holidays to Dubai are a euphoric mix of the old and new - it almost makes you feel like you are walking on the equilibrium of the past & present. That is why we would not dream of keeping you away from this ever-evolving city! So, now you know the reason why you find yourself on a page dedicated to our best holiday deals to Dubai.
All that stands between you & a destination that promises unlimited adventure is your booking process, and that is why we are here; to ensure that you have the right start to your holiday! We have summed up a list of our best deals for the city, from all-inclusive holidays to Dubai to wallet-friendly holiday packages to Dubai; we bring a variety of choices to the table. All you have to do is to take your pick and let us fly you on an odyssey you'll cherish for a lifetime!
Facts before travelling to Dubai
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Year-round sunshine. Dubai has been the center of attraction for every traveller who wishes to escape the wrath of Europes colder seasons. Temperatures range 10°C at night to about as high as 49°C during daytime.
The UAE jas no special vaccination requirement, unless you have recently transited from a cholera-infected area. Be sure to check in with the health authority at the time you book your stopover package.
The UAE has a relaxed casual dress code, but due to religious attributes to the local Islamic culture, modest clothing is recommended and compulsory if you are visiting a place of worship such as a mosque. Modest clothing is usually an article of clothing that covers shoulders to knees.
Drunkenness and public displays of affection are considered offensive to Islamic culture and are also illegal in the city.
Alcoholic drinks are available in licensed bars and clubs. However, consumption of alcohol in public and smoking at the airport, in malls and restaurants are not allowed.
- December 2nd - National Day
- January 1st - New year's day
- November 30th - Commemoration Day
- November 9th-10th - Mawlid
Ramadan is the Islamic holy month when followers abstain from eating for the majority of the day. When the sunsets, Muslims break their fast and enjoy iftar meals with friends and family. due to this, many hotels provide iftar buffets which you can join and take part in local traditions. An increasing number of restaurants and bars remain open during Ramadan for non-muslims but even if you are not following Ramadan, eating in PUBLIC is prohibited.