Dubai All-inclusive

8 days

Nov & Dec


Located on the Deira Islands, the Hotel Riu Dubai is an all-inclusive beachfront property offering free WiFi, 3 swimming pools, a children’s pool, RiuLand kid’s club, water park and a spa.

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Traveling to Dubai is an unforgettable experience that promises a captivating blend of modernity and tradition. As you embark on your journey to this remarkable destination, prepare to be awed by the iconic skyscrapers that pierce the desert horizon, including the world-famous Burj Khalifa. Dubai’s pristine beaches, luxurious shopping districts, and a myriad of entertainment options cater to every taste. Don’t forget to explore the enchanting old town of Al Fahidi, where historic wind-tower architecture and bustling souks offer a glimpse into the city’s rich heritage. And of course, savor the delectable flavors of Middle Eastern cuisine as you stroll along the Dubai Creek. With its world-class infrastructure, hospitality, and endless opportunities for adventure, Dubai is a traveler’s paradise waiting to be discovered.

In Dubai, the primary languages spoken are Arabic and English. Arabic is the official language, while English is widely understood, particularly in the tourism and business sectors. Additionally, due to the city’s diverse expatriate population, languages such as Hindi, Urdu, Tagalog, and others are prevalent, reflecting the cosmopolitan nature of this dynamic destination.

Dubai’s climate is characterized by a hot and dry season from May to September, with temperatures often exceeding 40°C (104°F), and a milder season from October to April when temperatures range from 20°C (68°F) to 30°C (86°F). The latter is the ideal time for tourists, offering pleasant weather for outdoor activities and exploration. It’s worth considering that Dubai enjoys sunny days throughout the year, but the peak tourist season falls within the milder months. During the scorching summer months, it’s essential to stay hydrated and use sunscreen while exploring this vibrant city.

Dubai is a modern city that caters well to tourists when it comes to money and payments. The local currency is the United Arab Emirates Dirham (AED), and it’s widely accepted throughout the city. Credit and debit cards are also widely used and accepted at hotels, restaurants, shops, and most tourist attractions. You’ll find numerous ATMs for cash withdrawals, and currency exchange services are readily available at airports, banks, and exchange offices. Additionally, mobile payment methods and digital wallets are becoming increasingly popular, making transactions convenient for tourists. Tipping is customary in Dubai, typically ranging from 10% to 15% of the bill in restaurants and for services. However, it’s a good idea to check for any service charges included in your bill, as this can vary.

The city uses a 230V/50Hz electrical system, with Type G (British) three-pin plugs being the standard outlet. However, most hotels and accommodations are well-equipped to accommodate a variety of plug types, including European and American. It’s still advisable to carry a universal adapter or the specific adapter you may need for your devices to ensure seamless charging and use of electronic devices during your stay. Additionally, Dubai enjoys a stable and reliable power supply, so you should have no issues with electrical appliances and gadgets throughout your visit.

If your devices use a different type of plug or have a different voltage (e.g., 120V in the United States), you will need a plug adapter and possibly a voltage converter or transformer to use your electronic devices in Turkey.

Internet connectivity in Dubai is excellent, and it is a well-connected city for tourists. Most hotels, restaurants, cafes, and shopping malls offer free Wi-Fi to their customers. In addition to public Wi-Fi, you’ll find that the cellular network coverage is widespread and efficient, allowing you to access the internet on your mobile devices almost anywhere in the city. You can purchase local SIM cards from various providers at the airport or throughout the city, providing you with a convenient way to stay connected during your visit.

It’s important to note that while internet usage is generally unrestricted, some websites and online content may be subject to filtering or censorship in line with the country’s laws and regulations.

To ensure you have the most accurate and current information, it’s advisable to check the official government websites of the United Arab Emirates and consult with your local health authorities and your airline or travel agent for any specific vaccination or health requirements before traveling to Dubai. Additionally, keep in mind that health and safety guidelines may vary depending on your country of origin and the purpose of your visit, so it’s crucial to be well-informed and prepared.

Visit the Travel Medicine Centre for more info.

  • Visa required: Yes, if 180+ days


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  • Burj Khalifa

    Visit the world's tallest skyscraper, standing at 828 meters. Take an elevator to the observation decks for panoramic views of the city.

  • Palm Jumeirah

    Explore this iconic man-made island, home to luxury resorts, beach clubs, and the famous Atlantis, The Palm.

  • Dubai Mall

    Shop 'til you drop in one of the largest malls globally, which also features an indoor ice rink, an aquarium, and the Dubai Fountain show outside.

  • Burj Al Arab

    Admire the sail-shaped, seven-star luxury hotel. You can book a reservation at one of its exclusive restaurants or enjoy the view from the outside.

  • Dubai Marina

    Stroll along the stunning waterfront promenade, lined with skyscrapers, upscale dining options, and opportunities for boat rides.

  • Old Dubai

    Explore the historic Al Fahidi Neighborhood (Bastakiya) and visit the Dubai Museum located in the Al Fahidi Fort.

  • Dubai Opera

    Catch a show or concert at this world-class venue with its unique architecture, set against the backdrop of the Burj Khalifa and the Dubai Fountain.

  • Dubai Creek

    Take an abra (traditional boat) ride along the creek to experience the city's roots and view the mix of old and new Dubai.

  • Jumeirah Mosque

    This beautiful mosque is one of the few in Dubai that allows non-Muslims to enter and learn about Islamic culture and religion.

  • Desert Safari

    Venture into the surrounding desert for an adrenaline-pumping dune bashing experience, followed by an evening at a Bedouin-style camp with camel rides, belly dancing, and stargazing.

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