Guide price from
Guide price is per person. Based on 2 people sharing for 5 nights for 5* Room Only. Flying from selected regional airports with year round departures.
0800 091 4935
Dubai holidays are becoming increasingly popular with tourists looking for an alternative destination to Europe that offers lots to do, top quality hotels, excellent shopping, beautiful beaches and family friendly activities. The ever changing skyline in Dubai looks out onto some stunning sandy beaches that are lapped by the crystal clear waters of the Arabian Gulf perfect for relaxing and enjoying the warm year round sunshine.
Temperatures in Dubai range from warm to very hot, during the winter between November and March the average daily temperature is around 25ºc, however, in the summer months the mercury can be above 40ºc, so year round sunshine is on offer in this exotic part of the United Arab Emirates. Shoppers just love holidays in Dubai, there is a fantastic choice of modern shopping malls, exotic boutiques and plenty of stalls to visit all offering top notch goods at low prices in this tax-free haven. Major Western companies have stalls in the modern air conditioned malls which are a great place to escape the hot sunshine. Be sure to watch the world famous Dubai Fountain show, it was created by the designers of the Bellagio Fountain in another glitzy desert city, Las Vegas. The shows at the Dubai Fountain shoots water jets up to the height of 150 metres tall and spans over 270 metres in length in time to music. The show takes place twice during daylight hours and every half an hour in the evening.
Dubai Holidays - So much to do!
Out and about in Dubai there is loads to do, from enjoying the sunshine, shopping, taking a desert safari or even skiing (yes we said skiing - inside a huge arena with snow!) there are tons of activities that can be arranged. There are many theme parks, hotels with aqua parks and Dubai is currently home to the world's tallest building the Burj Khalifa. This is the building that Tom Cruise ran down the outside in his Mission Impossible film, and has a viewing platform 124 floors up that offers spectacular views over the city skyline, the desert beyond and the Arabian Gulf, where you may just catch a glimpse of the man-made islands which are known as The World and The Palm.
The area around Dubai Creek is the oldest part of the city and it is home to many stalls selling local crafts and textiles as well as spices. The water taxi is the best and most fun way of getting around this area. Jumeirah beach is home to world class luxury hotels including the Burj Al Arab, shaped like a boats sail, it oozes luxury and is one of the leading hotels of the world. Most of the beach is private for hotel guests however there are some areas where tourists and locals alike can visit this beautiful stretch of sands and admire the views.
There has never been a better time to visit this desert metropolis thanks to the fantastic range of flights operating direct from UK airports. Emirates Airline currently offer daily direct flights on board modern Boeing 777 aircraft from Birmingham, Glasgow and Newcastle as well as on board the world's largest passenger aircraft, the impressive double-decker Airbus A380 from Gatwick, Heathrow and Manchester. There are also excellent daily connections from other airlines operating from all over the UK with the likes of Air France, British Airways (direct from London), KLM and Virgin Atlantic (direct from London).
Whatever you like to do when away from home, holidays in Dubai have something for everyone and all ages. Give us a call today and speak to one of our friendly staff for more details!.