United Arab Emirates
Now Open To UK Travellers
Dubai is a unique and fascinating cocktail of ‘east-meets-west’ and ‘old-meets-new’. All year round glorious sunshine, warm inviting Arabian Gulf waters and a majestic desert tell only one side of the story. Beyond the hotels and resorts, there are endless opportunities to experience the diversity of Dubai. From 4-wheel drives or camel riding in the desert to moonlit cruises along the Creek and skiing and tobogganing in the Snowdome – there are activities to suit every taste. For the less energetic, the fascinating Dubai Museum is a great way to spend an afternoon, while the malls and souqs offer hours of retail therapy.
The largest and the federal capital of the seven kingdoms that make up the United Arab Emirates, Abu Dhabi’s varied coastline of beaches, islands and mangroves lead to vast deserts, modern cityscapes, rocky heights and cooling oases. From Abu Dhabi city’s famous Corniche to the western region’s Empty Quarter Desert in Al Gharbia, culture, history and adventure are all waiting to be discovered.
CLIMATE AND WEATHER
Daytime temperatures from May to September rarely fall below 40°C, while between October and April the temperature averages around 30°C with little humidity. Although rainfall is minimal, this normally happens during the cooler months between January and March.
Time To Rediscover The World
- Stunning Spa’s
- World Class Dining Options
- Unique Room Types
Family Fun Dubai
- Amazing Water Park Inclusions
- Comprehensive Kids Clubs
- Spacious Room Options
Desert, Marina and Island – Abu Dhabi
- Stay under the stars in a luxury desert resort
- Stay beside the iconic marina & race track
- End the trip in style staying at a luxury pool villa on Sir Bani Yas Island wildlife sanctuary.