+91 9819165160


Dubai Tours & Vacations

Take a tour across the most exquisite event Dubai and the rest of the world has to offer. Don’t miss the chance to be a part of one of the most unique experiences in the world. Messi visiting Expo 2020. Types: Expo Live, Impact Grant Programme, Uni Innovation Programme, Expo School Programme.

Social Share


Dubai Tours & Vacations


Dubai Tours & Vacations

Dubai is one of the seven Emirates (states) that joined together in 1971 to form the United Arab Emirates (UAE). The other members are Abu Dhabi (the capital), Ajman, Fujairah, Ras Al Khaimah, Sharjah and Umm Al Quwain (each Emirate is named after its main city).

Discover Dubai's ultimate luxury experiences and savour the best of Dubai with these ... If you want luxury experiencesDubai is the city that can make it happen.

Dubai has a hot desert climate. Dubai has two distinct seasons - Summer and Winter. Summer in Dubai begins from around the last week of April and ends around the 1st week of October. This period is characterized by Hot weather, warm winds and high Humidity. Due to the city's close proximity to the sea the temperatures in Dubai are milder in summer, when comparison with other Gulf Cities such as Kuwait City and Riyadh. However this means the city has a high humidity, which can make the weather very unpleasant. Rainfall is scarce during the summer months. But the windy conditions ensure there are frequent Dust Storms. Temperatures regularly climb above 38 °C (100 °F) during this period and fall to around 26 °C (79 °F) overnight. Winter in Dubai begins from around the last week of October and last's till the beginning of April. The winter season has the most pleasant weather, making it Ideal for Outdoor Activities. Most of the Precipitation takes place during this season. Strong Thunderstorms are not uncommon to the city during this period,this is accompanied by Strong North-Westerly Winds and Lower Temperatures. Average Daytime high during the winter season is around 22 °C (72 °F) with overnight lows of 12 °C (54 °F) . Rainfall has been increasing over the past few decades accumulating to 130 mm (5.12 in) per year.[1]

Book your Hotel in Dubai online. No reservation costs. Great rates. We speak your language. Read Real Guest Reviews. Villas. Apartments. Hostels. Get Instant Confirmation. Bed and Breakfasts. 24/7 Customer Service. Motels. Hotels. Types: Hotels, Apartments, Villas, Hostels, Resorts, B&Bs.

Transportation in Dubai


The bus network in Dubai is run by the Roads and Transport Authority. These buses connect all the major landmarks and tourist spots of the city, and are very comfortable. With the fare starting at Dh 2, these buses run every 15-20 minutes, except on Fridays, when the frequency is a bit low. You can also take the economical Big Bus sightseeing tour which takes you to all the major attractions and offers live commentary and free admission to the Dubai Museum and a dhow cruise.


This is one of the most commonly used and efficient modes of public transport in Dubai. It holds the record of being the world’s longest fully automated metro rail network, with two lines (Red and Green) operational.


Taxis are a convenient way of getting around Dubai. Easily available throughout the city, you will always find a long line waiting outside shopping malls and other attractions. Starting with a minimum of Dh 3, the fare increases at a rate of Dh 1.60 per kilometre.

Water Bus

This is an economical and preferred way to travel from Bur Dubai to Deira and vice versa. Fares for the water buses range from Dh 1 – Dh 4, depending on the route you take.


Vehicles are driven on the right side of the road and you need to have a credit card and a domestic and international driver’s license if you wish to hire a car in Dubai. However, this is not recommended due to the several traffic congestions which are expected throughout the day.

The 'eculture of Dubai', an emirate of the United Arab Emirates. Simultaneously, increasing globalisation and the settling of various immigrant groups have transformed the city into a melting pot of different nationalities and have given rise to a cosmopolitan culture that is in synch with other global cities. The UAE culture mainly revolves around the religion of Islam and traditional Arab culture. The influence of Islamic and Arab culture on its architecture, music, attire, cuisine and lifestyle are very prominent as well. Five times every day, Muslims are called to prayer from the minarets of mosques which are scattered around the country. Since 2006, the weekend has been Friday-Saturday, as a compromise between Friday's holiness to Muslims and the Western weekend of Saturday-Sunday.[1] In 2005, 84% of the population of metropolitan Dubai was foreign-born, about half of them from India.[2] The city's cultural imprint as a small, ethnically homogenous pearling community was changed with the arrival of other ethnic groups and nationals—first by the Iranians in the early 1900s, and later by Indians and Pakistanis in the 1960s.