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Dubai Holidays

Holidays to Dubai

Hot is something Dubai maybe for much – if not all – of the year. But when it comes to seriously ‘in’ holiday choices then this place is definitely ‘cool’. Why? Well, not only is it quick and easy to get too – it also has a nigh-perfect combination of sun, sand, sport and shopping. And they’re all underpinned by impeccable service standards that blend traditional Arab hospitality with the latest hi-tech comforts of the western world.

And within easy reach of the blue seas and golden beaches (including over 70 miles of artificial island beachfront currently coming on stream) of Dubai’s Gulf shore are rugged mountain and desert landscapes where you can watch camel races and overnight in a Bedouin tent. Our view? Beat that, Bognor!


Dubai Adventure

How about a little 4×4 ‘dune-bashing’ or ‘wadi-bashing’ (a wadi is a dry river bed) in the desert? – real adrenaline-triggers, these. Organised desert safaris are also available. Try some sand-skiing over gigantic dunes on a snowboard. Or snow-skiing on the world’s largest indoor snow park, covered year-round with manufactured snow. Horse-riding is also well catered for – and there’s just about every kind of watersport here as well.


Nightlife & Party with Locals in Dubai

Many top bars are in the main hotels. Livelier and less expensive are those dotted around town, including the long-popular Irish Village and newer arrivals Carter’s, Wafi Centre and The Pyramids. More upscale is the minimalist Ginseng. The elegant Sho Cho at the Dubai Marina Resort is a fashionable bar-cum-restaurant. A popular nightclub is Planetarium at Planet Hollywood. Scream at the Ramada Hotel is a warehouse-style venue with techno-music.


Gourmet Cuisine & Dining Out Places in Dubai

Dubai has more restaurants of quality or character – or both – than we have space to name! Gastronomic, trendy, business and budget restaurants. Chinese and Italian. Arabian and Irish. Indian and Swedish. You name it, Dubai has it. By the way, while many hotel restaurants serve alcohol, a number of city venues are not licensed.


World’s Best Scuba Dive Sites in Dubai

Dubai’s protected Gulf waters mean that May to October is so warm that no wetsuits are needed. 3 mm suits are comfortable for the rest of the year. Many submerged wrecks attract startling arrays of vivid tropical fish. Dive sites are all wreck diving. Depths range from 10 to 80 metres and the wrecks have formed artificial reefs with a rich collection of marine life.


World Class Golf Courses in Dubai

Dubai’s major courses cater for all handicaps and foibles! They include the magnificent Al Badia 18-hole championship course beside Dubai Creek; the Desert Course at Arabian Ranches; The Dubai Creek and Yacht Club, a national monument and visitors’ favourite; the Emirates Golf Club’s flagship Majlis par 72 course; the Jebel Ali Golf Resort & Spa, with a 9-hole resort course; the Nad Al Sheba Club, boasting the Middle East’s only fully-floodlit 18 hole championship course; and the spectacular Montgomerie, covering more than 200 acres.


Family Holidays in Dubai

Children will find lots to enjoy here and are well-looked after at resort hotels, with safe bathing and a variety of activities. They won’t want to leave Dubai’s amazing Wild Wadi water park. Luxury Holidays Direct Offers Special Family Holidays for Dubai


All-Inclusive Holidays in Dubai

When it comes to all-inclusive options, Dubai offers you an embarrassment of riches – with packages of varying comprehensiveness available at a range of properties around the island.


Dubai Holidays