Tourists’ favourite city, Dubai has plenty in store for everyone wishes to explore. From beautiful beaches to some of the most iconic structures in the world, it has everything for everyone.
As the COVID-19 restrictions have eased in the UAE and Dubai is open for tourism once again, people, from across the globe, have started to visit this emirate. However, the risk of the novel coronavirus hasn’t completely vanished yet; so, tourists can’t visit all the attractions Dubai is famous for. This doesn’t imply you should cancel your trip as there’s still a lot to do.
Have a look at some of the places you can visit and activities you can enjoy now that the COVID-19 restrictions have eased:
Book a Luxury Resort
To enjoy your trip to the maximum, book your stay in a luxury resort. Dubai houses numerous top-notch lavish resorts located across the creek. Most of them have private beaches where you can spend some time relaxing by the sea. Some Dubai resorts are also located in the desert area. They, too, come with the latest amenities and facilities.
Staying in a resort offers a different and a better experience than that of a hotel. This is why most IPL teams too have booked their stays in resorts, instead of hotels.
Visit Burj Khalifa
Your trip to Dubai is incomplete if you aren’t visiting the tallest structure of the world i.e. Burj Khalifa. When the COVID-19 was at its peak, it was closed for four months. However, it was later opened for locals and tourists. There are plenty of activities you can enjoy here apart from scrumptious meals that are available at the restaurant located on the top floor of the building.
Enjoy Dubai Desert Safari
For those who want a unique and memorable experience, Dubai desert safari makes for a perfect choice for them. Catering to all the entertainment and excitement needs of the guests, this safari trip takes them on a one-of-a-kind ride that’s going to remain etched in their memories forever.
For the convenience of guests, Dubai desert safari is available in different packages. Guests can choose from morning, evening and overnight desert safari, depending on the time that’s convenient for them. Furthermore, the selection also depends on their budget as the rate of each package varies. Among all of these packages, overnight desert safari is the most famous; locals and guests prefer it as it allows them to spend a night, closer to nature, away from the bustling city life and worldly problems.
Generally, a Dubai desert safari trip includes the following activities:
- Camel Ride
- Dune Bashing
- Henna Design (for women)
- Sand Boarding
- Live BBQ Dinner
- Performance by Belly Dancers
- Fire Shows
- Tanura Shows
Visit VR Park
Located in The Dubai Mall, VR Park is an indoor theme park. This two-storeyed recreational venue covers an area of 75,000 sq. ft. and provides visitors with an out of the world virtual reality (VR) and interactive reality (AR) experience.
Visit the Dubai Museum
If you are fond of history and want to know more about the fascinated past of Dubai, you can head to the Dubai Museum. Located in the Al Fahidi Fort, which was built in 1787, it is the main museum in the emirate that has preserved and displays the traditional lifestyle of Arabs in this region.
Visit Dubai Dolphinarium
It is a fully air-conditioned dolphinarium, which has become one of the most prominent attractions among tourists and locals alike. Mostly visited by families, Dubai Dolphinarium houses seals and dolphins. Guests can watch and interact with them. Additionally, they can also take photos with them.
At Dubai Dolphinarium, live shows with dolphins and seals are held to educate and entertain guests. Located at Bur Dubai, in the creekside park, this dolphinarium was opened on 21st May 2018 and is supported and sponsored by Dubai government.
Whether you have selected any of the Dubai desert safari packages or are visiting Burj Khalifa, make sure to follow all the necessary protocols. Cover your face with a mask and maintain social distance. Also, keep a sanitizer with you at all times. Following these practices will not guarantee your safety but negate the chances of virus spread as well.