Visit UAE This Summer

People come to the UAE not only in summer, but all year round to enjoy the beautiful sandy beaches, excellent hotel service, incredible entertainment and all this for quite reasonable tour prices. Read more about top reasons to visit UAE in this article.

#1. Unprecedented luxury

A trip to the UAE is a dive into a truly fabulous place. It seems that everything is possible for the locals – gardens bloom in the desert, islands rise in the sea, and there are only absolutely happy people around. A seven-star hotel, a ski resort in the middle of the desert, a diamond supermarket… It seems that everything here is under the sign of “the best”.

People here are not stingy, but they know what money is.

So, instead of buying a car, they prefer to rent a supercar here. Why not drive a rented McLaren this week and go to Dubai Lamborghini rental next week? Hiring offices are on every corner here, and renting is quite affordable, despite all the luxury of the country.

#2. Skyscrapers and artificial islands

When oil was discovered in the Emirates, the forgotten desert wasteland became an ultra-modern urban location. What is Burj Khalifa worth or the world’s largest dancing fountain – light, music and water show (be sure to visit it before heading to the observation deck of the skyscraper).

Here you will also see the famous artificial islands of Palm Jumeirah and Palm Jebel Ali, which are visible even from space. The islands, by the way, are the epitome of the world’s elite real estate. They plan to build tens of thousands of villas, many shopping, sports centers, marinas, luxury hotels, etc.

#3. Tourist comfort

The United Arab Emirates is the heart of the Arabian Peninsula northeast. Because of its advantageous geographical location, the nation is accessible to both European and Asian tourists.

The Emirates are welcoming visitors all year round. The best time to visit is from October through April. The sea has currently warmed to 20-25 degrees in UAE resorts (the overall temperature is +25-27 °C). November is the busiest month.

#4. Entertainment of wow-class

Skiing in the desert? This is life in the Emirates. Ski Dubai, a man-made indoor ski resort, can transport you from the blazing sun to the lovely chill of the Alps in minutes. Swimming aficionados should visit Aquaventure or Wild Wadi water parks. You may try sandboarding (boarding through the dunes) or on a desert jeep excursion. You may also go skydiving, watch camel racing, hunt crabs at night, swim with sharks, play golf, or soar in a hot air balloon or helicopter – not a single tourist desire is left unfulfilled in the UAE.

#5. The heaven for shopoholics

You probably won’t believe it, but shopping in Dubai is the ninth wonder of the world, because here in the mall you can buy everything, even a brand new Ferrari. There is a huge aquarium, an Olympic skating rink, an indoor market, a children’s entertainment center, a dinosaur skeleton and a life-size airplane model, a three-story waterfall and absolutely breathtaking views of the world’s tallest skyscraper. And… girls, control yourself… tons of clothes, shoes, cosmetics and perfumes, sweets and jewelry. Don’t turn blue if you didn’t manage to visit the Dubai Mall. There are several malls in Dubai and many hotels offer a free shuttle service to them.

Wrap up 

45 years ago, the people of Dubai would have laughed in the face of someone who said that in the 21st century the tiny emirate would become one of the world’s tourist capitals. Now it is a reality: millions of tourists come here every year. 

The UAE is generally famous for its hospitality. Regardless of the number of hotel stars, the rooms are always comfortable, with air conditioning and everything you need to relax. Almost every hotel complex in the Emirates has its own swimming pool, bar and fitness room. The food system is usually “breakfast” or “half board”, which is quite justified. Indeed, due to the abundance of entertainment, tourists spend little time in hotels.

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