Dubai is one of the few destinations in the world which cater to the interests and desires of every couple. So whether you’re here for an action-packed escape, a romantic beach holiday or a blissed-out desert retreat, this Arabian city is a surefire charmer. So visit Dubai to celebrate one of the most special moments of your nuptial journey! And we hope that this guide has given you some genuine ideas for your first trip together post wedding. 

The UAE’s most popular city of Dubai isn’t just a place for sightseers, adventurists, or pleasure-seekers. It’s also one of the Middle East’s most favorite honeymoon destinations with everything (beyond your imaginations) for your much-awaited romantic elopement.

Its numerous attractions along with enthralling entertainment scene and world-class shopping plus numerous dining options and pampering couple spa packages make for a distinctly exciting and unforgettable honeymoon.

So if you’re gearing for a Dubai honeymoon, here is all you should know about this little gem in the desert. 

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Al Maha Desert Resort & Spa

Swaddled in absolute desert charm and quietude, this is a luxurious sanctuary for those couples who wish to experience the best of both worlds on their romantic escape. You can choose from 42 private suites.

Al Maha, a Luxury Collection Desert Resort and Spa, Dubai is a private, guest-only oasis nestled among the lush palm groves, emerald canopies and iconic sand dunes of the Dubai Desert Conservation Reserve. This beautiful honeymoon hotel offers secluded tranquility and iconic vistas of the sweeping plains and Hajar Mountain massif.

There is so much to do at this oasis: take a beautiful horse ride, camel trek, nature walk, a signature desert safari or practice the distinguished arts of archery and falconry. This 5-star hotel boasts private swimming pools with majestic dune and mountain views. 42 suites combine discreet refinement with authentic regional antiques, local artifacts and thoughtful nuances.

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Average Price Range: $600 to $3000

All Inclusive: No

Adults Only: No

Villas Available: Yes

Number of Rooms: 42

2

The Palm Resort

Indulge in an Exclusive Escape from the Beach

Anantara The Palm Dubai Resort, located on the world-famous Palm Jumeirah just off the coast of Dubai offers 400 meters of private shoreline and surrounding views of the Arabian Gulf. Indulge in an exclusive escape from the beach, while still enjoying the town’s excitement. Float on water, with access rooms for lagoons and only above water villas for the UAE. At our Palm Jumeirah hotel’s spa, unwind with hammam rituals and enjoy the Thai-style luxury that Anantara is known for.

The Palm Dubai Resort Anantara redefines luxury on the beachfront, blending Asian inspirations and endless vistas. Retreat to the Middle East Premiere at the Palm Jumeirah Hotel of Anantara overwater villas or next to shimmering lagoons. Indistinctly Thai-style low-rise buildings, spacious rooms surround the resort’s three lagoons. Experience the luxury of living above water, the first of its kind in the Middle East. With a glass viewing panel revealing underwater glimpses of the Arabian Gulf, ocean splendor extends.

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Average Price Range: $149 to $415

All Inclusive: No

Adults Only: No

Villas Available: Yes

Distance to Airport: 38 minutes

Number of Rooms: 293

3

The St. Regis Dubai, The Palm

Personally Experience the Splendor of Dubai

From the 5-star hotel situated on the trunk of the iconic Palm Jumeirah, you can experience the splendor of Dubai and connect to Nakheel Mall with 300 shops, restaurants, and entertainment outlets and its own Palm Monorail station. All rooms have a dedicated seating area, floor to ceiling windows, a wardrobe area with plenty of closets and luggage space, and a size of 43 square meters.

Enjoy a calm night’s rest with Frette linen and down-filled pillows on a feather-soft mattress. Take advantage of the attentive, personalized butler service for the 24-hour St. Regis. Enjoy a swim in the two outdoor pools of the hotel, work out in the athletic center or relax in the exquisite IRIDIUM spa. The hotel caters to both leisure and business travelers and is conveniently located for discovering the major attractions, malls, and business districts. The hotel is the ideal starting point to explore all that Dubai has to offer.

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Average Price Range: $ to $

All Inclusive: No

Adults Only: No

Villas Available: No

Number of Rooms:

4

The Ritz-Carlton Dubai

Enchanting Blend Of History And Modern Luxury

The Ritz-Carlton, Dubai, nestled on a private beach, offers secluded steps from the popular JBR Walk. The luxury resort has sea-facing guest rooms and suites, a dedicated Club Lounge, a wealth of culinary experiences, leisure facilities, the Ritz Kids Club, and a spa, built to imitate the low-rise buildings of the Mediterranean. Traditional Arab hospitality creates an elevated guest experience at this Dubai resort,

Embark on a journey from London to Dubai with British delicacies and beverages, live music, and more at our themed brunch. Amid Bedouin-inspired tents, twinkling stars, and live Arabic entertainment at Amaseena, discover the Middle East flavors. Escape to our hidden oasis with daytime access to our pools and private beach, complemented by food and beverage loans. Enjoy a luxurious stay in one of our award-winning restaurants, complemented by an artisanal dining experience.

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Average Price Range: $232 to $853

All Inclusive: No

Adults Only: No

Villas Available: No

Distance to Airport: 12 minutes

Number of Rooms: 254

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The Ritz-Carlton Ras Al Khaimah, Al Wadi Desert

Set Within The Al Wadi Nature Reserve

The Ritz-Carlton Ras Al Khaimah, Al Wadi Desert, just north of Dubai, invites guests to connect with nature and culture amid the beauty of a protected preserve of 1,235 acres. The Experience Concierge of the resort can arrange a camel- or horseback desert trek, a private archery lesson, or a stargazing evening. And luxury villas feature private outdoor pools and breathtaking desert views, inspired by Bedouin architecture.

At the Ritz-Carlton Spa, indulge in luxurious spa experiences or enjoy one of a kind hydrothermal treatment session at The Rainforest. Discover our luxury packages and indulge in a pool villa’s privacy combined with unique experiences of spa and recreation. Our resort can create an itinerary that addresses your interests and curiosities, whether it’s an introduction to falconry, horse riding or archery, a fishing expedition, or a seat within a camel caravan. Immerse yourself in the Bedouin lifestyle and enjoy an inclusive desert experience of memorable luxury.

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Average Price Range: $413 to $1325

All Inclusive: No

Adults Only: No

Villas Available: Yes

Distance to Airport: 7 minutes

Number of Rooms: 100

6

Palazzo Versace Dubai

The Palazzo Versace Dubai is a favorite among honeymooners for its upscale settings and cool comforts that deftly fuse Italian luxury with Arabian architecture. Nestled along the Dubai Creek shores, it has a total 215 high-end rooms and suites.

Reminiscent of a 16th century Italian Palace, this urban retreat is a Neoclassical masterpiece with subtle traces of Arabian architecture. Featuring a striking entrance, high ceilings, landscaped gardens, and a range of well-crafted Italian furnishings, the hotel is truly symbolic of the Versace lifestyle. Every single piece of furniture and fabric that adorns the hotel’s 215 hotel rooms and suites, and 169 residences, is designed and tailor-made by Versace exclusively for the Palazzo Versace Dubai. Each of the hotel’s 8 restaurants and bars is designed to have an al fresco terrace to reflect the heritage of Palazzos, while the beautifully landscaped gardens and unobstructed views of the Dubai Creek and skyline make the hotel an ideal venue for weddings and social events.

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Average Price Range: $200 to $450

All Inclusive: No

Adults Only: No

Villas Available: No

Number of Rooms: 215

7

The Ritz-Carlton Ras Al Khaimah, Al Hamra Beach

Luxury In All Its Forms

The Ritz-Carlton Ras Al Khaimah, Al Hamra Beach near Dubai, edged by the azure water and pristine white-sand beach of the Arabian Gulf, offers seclusion and luxury in equal measure. Beachfront hotel villas have private pools; bespoke dining highlights fresh seafood; wellness experiences draw inspiration from the sea and local traditions, and rituals at sunset are an opportunity to reflect on a day full of exciting discoveries.

Combined with unique spa and recreation experiences, discover our luxury packages and indulge in the privacy of a tented beach pool villa. For romantic beachfront dining, a colorful sunset, azure water, and white sand set the scene. Inspired by the calming waves of the Arabian Gulf, restore flawless balance to the mind and body at The Ritz-luxurious Carlton’s spa. With the package, slow the clocks down. What are you going to do in paradise with the extra time? When you reconnect, you’ll know.

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Average Price Range: $582 to $1493

All Inclusive: No

Adults Only: No

Villas Available: Yes

Distance to Airport: 52 minutes

Number of Rooms: 32

8

Bab Al Shams Desert Resort & Spa

This gorgeous hotel is popular alternative for an authentic desert retreat accentuated with traditional Arabian hospitality and modern luxuries.

Translated from Arabic as “Gateway to the sun”, the *award-winning 5-star Bab Al Shams Desert Resort & Spa is designed to resemble a fortified rural Arab village amidst the desert landscape.

Featuring low-rise architecture, this sandy coloured style fort boasts the main tower with Reception area and lobby and clusters of two-story buildings housing guest accommodation, restaurants, spa and meeting facilities interconnected by seemingly endless little walkways.

The charm of Arabia is personified in every corner of the property with small lanes running through the hotel, scattered around ponds and secluded seating areas, shaded courtyards, water fountains and trickling streams bestowing the feel of cool tranquillity.

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Average Price Range: $150 to $500

All Inclusive: No

Adults Only: No

Villas Available: No

Number of Rooms: 113

About Dubai

One thing is certain about your Dubai honeymoon destination. It will be plush and exotic. Dubai is the capital of the Emirate of Dubai and a metropolis offering luxury on a vast scale. In Dubai, you will find the best shopping, most stunning architecture, and the most opulent dining. A mere few decades ago, Dubai was a humble fishing village. Now, it is sumptuous on an almost unprecedented scale. Think Dubai and think big.

It’s your honeymoon, so be prepared to be treated like royalty. For the most luscious of accommodations, try the Burj Al Arab Jumeirah, the sole seven-star hotel in the world. They don’t offer mere comfort. Here you will find your paradisal dreams turned into reality. If you are staying at the Palace One & Only Resort, your important arrival as a couple will be announced with a gong. But then, you are walking into the equivalent of the Arabian Nights. Dreams and reality fuse into one.

Most anything you might want on your Dubai honeymoon, such as a romantic candlelit dinner by the beach, will be arranged. Take note that in Dubai, restaurants do not serve alcohol; alcohol is only available at hotels.

Eventually, you will be leaving your hotel to explore the city and its surroundings. In Dubai, you’ll find lots of exotic entertainment. Explore the local souks (spice and gold markets). Fancy a camel ride in the desert? Or go on a romantic nighttime safari that includes exploring for Arabian wildlife by torchlight. Then spend the night under the stars at a Bedouin camp after enjoying a fabulous three-course dinner. 

In Dubai, the extraordinary is the ordinary.

More About Dubai

Dubai made the transition from a small fishing village surviving on pearl farming to a gilded, glitzy, high-rise city in a few short years. It is the second-largest emirate in the UAE, located by the Persian Gulf. A mere 30 years, ago, there was only one skyscraper in Dubai. Currently, the number of high-rises is approaching 500. 

Everything in Dubai is an exaggeration of the norm. It has the tallest building, the one and only seven-star hotel, and the world’s largest aquarium. You’ll find the largest shopping mall and so much more here. The city’s creators were thinking big.

Despite the city’s love of luxury, you don’t have to spend a fortune on your Dubai honeymoon. There are affordable hotels (without gilded chandeliers). Getting around in a taxi is inexpensive. While gourmet restaurants are abundant, there are plenty of reasonably-priced eateries. 

In addition to the glitter, Dubai has culture that you shouldn’t miss. The Etihad Museum and Dubai Museum offer interesting history lessons. And the Dubai Opera is highly respected.

You can celebrate your Dubai honeymoon with all the drinks you want, just make sure you are in a licensed bar within a hotel. Take advantage of the freebies – women drink for free on Wednesday evenings, and Friday’s all-you- can-eat-and-drink brunches are a tradition.

Dubai is a Muslim country, and many visitors wonder how to dress. It is actually a very cosmopolitan and liberal city. You can wear shorts or a summer dress in most places. And a bikini is fine at the beach. 

You may want to consider is Dubai’s love of extravagance and glamor. While you are at liberty to dress any way you desire in most places, it’s a city that dresses to impress. Even when shopping or enjoying lunch, fancy clothes, make-up (the ladies), and neat hair are expected. That includes a day at the mall. Also, the club bouncers can be snobbish. They will judge you on your looks before permitting you inside. The more glamorous you look, the better your chances of getting inside. Clubs such as the White Dubai or the Club Boudoir only want a certain type of person inside, so dress accordingly and flash the glitz. Women have been known to get turned away for not wearing stilettos. Since these clubs host many celebrities, it might be worth getting glammed up for the evening.

At the malls, souks, and mosques, you need to be covered from shoulders to below the knees, even in the soaring summer heat. No worries about getting into trouble with the law if you forget; a security guard is likely to ask you quietly to cover up. Avoid tight clothing, cleavage, or anything see-through. Dubaians have no interest in any of Victoria’s secrets. The same rules apply to men. No matter how firm your backside, stay away from tight pants. And wear a shirt everywhere except the beach.

While in Dubai, you can get around the city by using a taxi, their Uber system named Careem, bus, or their metro system.

Important Things To Know

Dubai is a friendly destination, but it entails its visitors to respect its Islamic inspired customs, culture and religious beliefs. So here are some of the essential dos and don’ts that every couple should know before they travel to Dubai.

  • Wear modest dresses that conceal your shoulder and arms.
  • Carry a shawl or jacket on your anytime Dubai trip. This is especially useful when you visit air-conditioned malls and conservative places of interest like mosques, cultural institutions etc.
  • Avoid any kind of PDA (public display of affection)
  • Don’t eat or drink in public if your honeymoon trip coincides with Ramadan.
  • Don’t hesitate to take prior permission before you capture images of certain significant government buildings and locals including Emirati women.
  • Drunk driving, carrying illegal drugs etc are a serious offense in Dubai, which result in heavy fine payment and may even lead to imprisonment.

What To Pack

  • Comfortable cotton clothing is recommended for your summer Dubai trips, while winter months require you to dress in layers due to chilly windy nights.
  • Bring smart casual / party wear for your lavish night outs or dining in an impressive venue.
  • Carry medications that you regularly take.
  • Pack your sunscreen cream / lotions, sunglasses, hats etc if you plan to spend more time outdoors.

Best Time to Visit Dubai

Dubai is a destination which you can visit throughout the year. So the answer for when to visit Dubai greatly depends on your budget and individual preferences. For outdoors, pleasant weather, and marvelous seasonal attractions, it’s an absolute joy to visit Dubai in winter months from November to March. With Christmas spirit, New Year’s Eve festivities and the iconic Dubai Shopping Festival (DSF) all falling during this period, the place gets overwhelmingly packed in these months.

So if you want to have a calmer or quieter version of Dubai for your honeymoon, it’s ideal to visit here in summer months between May and September. This further promises you the much-needed seclusion in your honeymoon combined with incredible rates.

Moreover, for luxury honeymoon with maximum savings and price-cut on accommodation, entertainment, sightseeing etc, you can consider a visit here in July – August. But don’t expect to get outdoors; it will be unbearably hot with temperatures searing above 50 degree Celsius. That said, you’ve plenty of indoor attractions to make up for it and these take shape of massive malls, quirky escape rooms, and coolest ever leisure attractions such as Ski Dubai and Dubai Ice Rink.

Dubai is a destination which you can visit throughout the year. So the answer for when to visit Dubai greatly depends on your budget and individual preferences. For outdoors, pleasant weather, and marvelous seasonal attractions, it’s an absolute joy to visit Dubai in winter months from November to March. With Christmas spirit, New Year’s Eve festivities and the iconic Dubai Shopping Festival (DSF) all falling during this period, the place gets overwhelmingly packed in these months.

So if you want to have a calmer or quieter version of Dubai for your honeymoon, it’s ideal to visit here in summer months between May and September. This further promises you the much-needed seclusion in your honeymoon combined with incredible rates.

Moreover, for luxury honeymoon with maximum savings and price-cut on accommodation, entertainment, sightseeing etc, you can consider a visit here in July – August. But don’t expect to get outdoors; it will be unbearably hot with temperatures searing above 50 degree Celsius. That said, you’ve plenty of indoor attractions to make up for it and these take shape of massive malls, quirky escape rooms, and coolest ever leisure attractions such as Ski Dubai and Dubai Ice Rink.

Top Things to do in Dubai

10 Things To Do During Your Dubai Honeymoon

Dubai’s activities include everything from the delightful and inexpensive to the costly and sublime. Few cities provide you with such a wide range of options.

  1. Book a Romantic Dinner at Burj Al Arab: This is one of the most recommended ways to kick off your honeymoon in Dubai. This sail-shaped hotel is the world’s only seven-star hotel and hence a Dubai icon. Evidently, dining at one of its imposingly dreamy venue is sure to delight your significant other. A romantic dinner at the world’s only seven-star restaurant in the world’s tallest building is a Dubai honeymoon must. For an absolutely perfect evening, sign up for the dinner tour with inquirydubaitraveltourism.com or call 971 54 540 4171. The tour includes gourmet dining at the hotel’s several dining rooms, providing you with dishes ranging from seafood to local favorites. After a leisurely and delectable dinner, you will get a tour of this exquisite hotel. As for the dress code, we can only suggest if the bride brought some pearls, now would be the time to wear them. This is a glam evening all the way.
  2. Visit the Dubai Fountain: This is the world’s tallest (yes, another superlative) fountain located in Burj Lake. Catch the light and music show as the fountain shoots high up in the air as 50 colors flash before your eyes and Michael Jackson croons in the background. It’s a one-of-a-kind water show you don’t want to miss. The show begins at 7:45 pm and continues every 30 minutes through 11:30 pm. Burj Lake can be best reached by cab. Or, book for a boat ride through Thrillophilia for an even closer view. Going to Downtown Dubai and watching the dancing fountain show set at Burj Lake is one of the most romantic free things to do in Dubai. But if you’re looking for an exclusive spot to admire this choreographed show, make your way to Dubai Fountain Boardwalk and set out on an abra cruise along the lake.
  3. Stand ‘At the Top,’ Burj Khalifa:  No preface is possibly required for this massive 828-meter-high structure that dominates the skyline of Downtown Dubai. Rightly so, it’s the world’s tallest building and its observation decks, particularly on its 124th level, is one of its most visited highlights. Super-swift elevator ride along with a fascinating display on Dubai’s past make your Burj Khalifa experience even more spellbinding.
  4. Have utmost fun and leisure at the Dubai Mall: This is set right next to Burj Khalifa and extremely popular as the world’s biggest mall. Whether you’re up for luxury shopping here or looking to check out its many attractions, this mall is an absolute venue for shopping, leisure and adventure. Discover over 33,000 marine creatures at the largest of its kind Dubai Aquarium and Underwater Zoo, enjoy a swirl across the icy floors of Dubai Ice Rink, and take in the most thrilling in Virtual and Augmented Reality within VR Park Dubai.
  5. Dubai Safari: Enjoy an unforgettable Dubai safari. The afternoon tour provides plenty of photographic opportunities of the sun setting over the desert. Roam through the dunes, ride a camel, or go sandboarding. Once you’ve worked up a good appetite, sit down for a BBQ dinner and enjoy the fire show and belly dancing by a romantic campfire. Leave on the return trip to your hotel by 9:30 pm. This is one of the few times you should not get dressed up in Dubai. Opt for comfortable clothes, instead. All the above are available on the overnight tour. You’ll spend the evening in a tent beneath the desert sky. Mattresses and blankets are available. Enjoy a good breakfast before heading back into town.
  6. Embark on a Dhow Cruise: A cruise along Dubai’s dazzling water is not only a great way to see Dubai’s skyline from a different light, but also an amazing way to spend some relaxed and quality time together. Complete with dining, live music and traditional shows like Tanura and belly dance, this cruise is conducted at two locations: the classic Dubai Creek and the stylish ever Dubai Marina.
  7. Dubai Shopping Mall: The mall is located downtown. It has over 1,300 shops, a movie theater, a skating rink, and a huge aquarium, where you can meet the otters, sharks and crocodiles. It’s a fabulous place to shop, and it a place out of the heat during a hot summer day. Reach the Dubai Mall on the No. 27 or No 29 bus. Dubai is the Middle East’s shopping capital, so how could one complete a honeymoon in Dubai without gifting something special to his or her other half? Not to mention, Dubai’s mix over 70 malls featuring flagship stores of some of the renowned brands and traditional Arabian souks with the most distinct Emirati souvenirs, timeless jewelry designs etc allow you to pick an extraordinary gift that is certain to enthrall your beloved.
  8. Visit Pont des Arts in Dubai: Pont des Arts Bridge and its love-lock tradition will be on the bucketlist of anyone who is romantic at heart. And once in Dubai, couples can strike it off for time being – just head down to Dubai’s version of Love Lock Bridge which is built over the man-made lake in Al Khawaneej area.
  9. Ski Dubai: The heat in Dubai can get overwhelming. What to do when you can’t take it anymore? Go skiing, of course. The surreal Ski Dubai is an indoor winter playground with a constant flow of fresh snow, five ski runs, and tobogganing located next to the Mall of the Emirates. You can rent any equipment you need. Come for the snow; stay for the daily March of the Penguins, where the penguins parade around and enjoy themselves. Call 971 4 409 4000 for more information.
  10. See Love Lake: Visit this colossal man-made lake which takes after an interlocked heart! Found in Al Qudra region, it’s definite to blow you away with its mindblowing settings amidst the unparalleled desert surroundings. You’ll get to take in here over 15000 plants, trees shrubs etc native to Arabian Desert, along with over 150 distinct bird species. And of course, be sure to take a stroll together along the shallow part of the lake.
  11. Relax at Beaches: Any romantic couple retreat is incomplete without beaches. And fortunately, Dubai has plenty of them. From the most visited Jumeirah Beach and the most captivating Umm Suqeim Beach to the vibrant Kite Beach and the trendiest La Mer Beach, each of Dubai’s beaches will instantly sweep you off your feet with its pristine waters, white sands, and laid-back ambience.
  12. Enjoy Couple’s Spa: Want to have a few hours of absolute romance, relaxation and tranquility with your love of life? Sign up for a body-and-soul restoring spa treatment with your partner right next to you. Armani Hotel Spa, Anantara Spa, Heavenly Spa, SensAsia, and Talise Ottoman Spa all come with value-packed packages, refreshing treatments, and dedicated suites designed for couples.

Must-Do Activities For Adventure And Fun Loving Couples

  1. Desert Safari: Call it an adventure / cultural tour or even a journey into the past, one thing undeniable about desert safari is that it’s an extraordinary experience! With a bit of everything from electrifying thrill and fun to Bedouin themed experiences and entertainment, it’s one of the most epic things do in Dubai for couples. There is 4X4 dune bash, camel ride and many activities that give you a glimpse of the region’s desert traditions and heritage. Shisha smoking, henna tattooing, and falconry are a few to name. Want to give a twist to your desert jaunt?  Camp beneath the starry Arabian Desert with an overnight desert safari! Check out Rayna Tours for more information.
  2. XLine Dubai: For those love birds who want to experience Dubai’s urbanscape with a touch of speed and fun, a zipline adventure over Dubai Marina’s glitzy skyline would be just right. So make your way to XLine Dubai – it’s the world’s fastest, longest and steepest urban zipline. And the best thing is that you can try this with your spouse in tow, thanks to two parallel cables set in head-first, belly-down position.
  3. Sky Diving: This is especially for couples who wish to go extreme on their airborne adventure. Sign up for a tandem sky diving session over the palm-tree-shaped Palm Jumeirah Island. A supremely adrenaline-fueled freefall apart, it feasts you with the most unhindered views over the palm-tree shaped man-made island of Palm Jumeirah.
  4. Hot Air Balloon Ride: Whether you want to forego all bustle and noise of the city or want to be enveloped by sheer silence and tranquility, a hot air balloon ride above the stunning environs of Dubai Desert Conservation Reserve is one of the most romantic things to do in Dubai. What makes it special is that it lets you absorb the region’s unspoiled desert beauty from far in the air.

Weather in Dubai

Dubai is invariably hot all year round. It’s all a matter of degrees. Wintertime, or the months of October through May, can have a tolerable temperature of approximately 100 degrees. The nighttime temperatures get around a comfortable 60 degrees. The water will warm up to 75 degrees.

During the winter, most of Dubai has a lot of morning fog due to the humidity. Usually, the fog does not become problematic, but it has been known to close the airport.

There are fewer visitors to Dubai in the summer than during the winter. The temperatures during July through September will rise to the three-digit level with the humidity in the 90s. Dubai goes from hot to steaming. It is not the optimal time for any outdoor activities. Basically, most activities will take place indoors.

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