Summer might seem a complete off-season for a visitor of Dubai. Heavy heat makes it hard to stay outdoors, and many foreigners, working in the city, actually try to take a vacation for summer months. But rich and vibrant city still offers a wide array of attractions for casual tourists and for experienced travelers alike.
In the city where everything constantly changes, going to the desert also means to return to the inception. Pure nature, camel rides, lonely flowers lost in the red dunes and overwhelming sunsets are only some of the various activities to enjoy during your journey in the Dubai desert.
Thousands of tourists from all around the world annually arrive to UAE, and Dubai is usually their city of choice for a vacation stay. Here are just some of the landmarks of Dubai every tourist should see.
Jebel Jais is a part of the impressive Hajar Range, formed more than 70 million years ago in the eastern part of Ras Al Khaimah, the United Arab Emirates and Oman. Here's everything you should know about it.
If you find it all overwhelming to create a perfect Dubai travel agenda, here we’ve scaled down the top 15 things to do in Dubai and this covers all your areas of interest including culture, history, nature, leisure, entertainment, and more.
Sometimes you need a break from hustle and bustle of big city life, especially – when traveling across the borders is not an option. Malls, beaches, and parks are not always a good solution, and a more drastic change of surroundings is needed.
Global Village is a cultural and entertainment project that has no equal in the region. It brings together the best from different countries “under one roof”, starting with UAE itself, going to all the countries of the MENA region, and then moving to central Africa, Europe and the Americas.
Dubai is considered to be one of the most hospitable cities in the world. The city is especially famous for its stunning hotels, which provide their guests with all possible luxury and beautiful views.