Dubai Travel Guide for First Time Visitors!

26, Jun 2022 Family Travel

No matter what you have heard about the biggest city in UAE, Dubai is not just the malls and opulent hotels. A new generation of tourists is being drawn in by the constant addition of prestigious cultural institutions, galleries, and design-oriented supermarkets in this vast desert city. The excitement of sliding between the tall floors of a glassy skyscraper or diving into the deepest dive pool, however, is always an option if you need an adrenaline rush. Here are some of the top things to do in Dubai, both classic and brand-new, to demonstrate that almost everything is possible in this place. 

1. Go to Desert Park

Visitors highly recommend traveling to the Dubai Desert Conservation Reserve when the sparkle and glamour of downtown Dubai become exhausting. The first national park in the United Arab Emirates is located on the outskirts of the city and covers around 87 square miles of the Arabian Desert. The reserve primarily serves as a research facility, although tourists are welcome to explore the region with one restriction: they are not supposed to travel alone. For the majority of visitors, the trip was unforgettable because of the fascinating wildlife as well as all the recreational activities, such as barbecues and camel rides.


 2.     Dive into the city built underwater

With a depth of 60 meters, this pool is the deepest in the entire globe. It contains 14 million liters of water and features a sunken town for scuba divers to enjoy. Specifically designed for individuals who enjoy the sea, deep diving is only permitted by certified divers, but everyone over the age of 10 can go snorkeling on the surface and scuba diving up to 12 meters. With 56 cameras and the capacity to create diverse moods, Deep Dive Dubai also serves as the largest underwater film studio on the continent. It is absolutely a must-try experience. Tickets are necessary and can be ordered in advance or online.


 3.Watch the camel competition

Al Marmoom, a well-liked heritage location, attracts camel racing lovers of all stripes, both local and foreign. The Middle Eastern culture, which goes back to the 7th century, is best exemplified by a day at camel competitions. Owners, trainers, and caretakers of camels frequently use the grandstands, and a large percentage of the seats provide beautiful scenery for the event. Keep in mind that announcements and commentary are given in Arabic and that races begin early, between 7 and 9 am. 



 4.Experience Skydiving

Skydive Dubai has you covered if falling through the air while traveling 120 mph over Dubai looks like fun. Beginners are invited to leap alongside the company's knowledgeable guides, but certified divers can dive alone. If you're an adventure freak who isn't afraid of heights, a tandem flight from Skydive Dubai's facility on The Palm costs close to $600.



5. 4x4 Quad Bike Ride in the Desert

The most enjoyable way to experience Dubai is with this action-packed adventure. Forget the city and spend the afternoon riding on four wheels in the tossing sands. You'll be provided with a helmet and your very own ATV, so speed it up in the sand! To complete the realistic Arabian desert atmosphere, you'll even take a drive-by camel to the dedicated quad bike course.



 7. Sightseeing with Speed Boat Tour

Enjoy the delights of Dubai from the water with Xclusive Yachts, one of the city's most well-known boat service companies. You may see the many well-known places in the Emirate by taking a speed boat cruise.

The tour's highlights include:

1.     Atlantis at Burj Al Arab

2.     Dubai Marina

3.     Jumeirah Beach Residence

4.     Bluewater Island

5.     The Palm Jumeirah Beach Hotel

 During the travel, the yacht will cruise at fast speeds, however, your boat will slow down sufficiently for photography at specific points.



 7. KidZania

If you're taking a family vacation to Dubai, you should plan to take them to KidZania. Children between the ages of four and sixteen are welcome at this play club, which is in the Dubai Mall. Tiny visitors can participate in role-playing games that imitate their real-world analogs. Kids have the potential to capitalize on their roles in a real, calibrated emirate that was created just for them, whether they want to be a pilot, doctor, police officer, fireman, or beautician.



8.  At The Top - Burj Khalifa

The Burj Khalifa can be regarded as Dubai's most well-known landmark and is undoubtedly a top place to visit in Dubai and is known for breaking records. The Burj Khalifa is the highest tower in the world, rising majestically from the desert. From the top of this 163-floor building, you can take in breathtaking panoramas. At The Top, the tower's unique viewing deck must be visited as part of any vacation to Dubai. Some travelers claim that no visit to Dubai is complete without a visit to the top of Burj Khalifa.


There you have it, then. Here are some of the top things to do while in Dubai.   During your journey, make a point of visiting some of these outstanding places. We are confident that you and your family will enjoy themselves whether you are traveling with children or grown ups.



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