Take a Solo Trip to Dubai – You will Love it

Though the glitzy city of Dubai is more suitable for family holiday destination if you travel solo then still you will be having a wonderful experience as this city has something in store for everyone. But enjoying travelling solo is entirely personal.

Take a Solo Trip to Dubai - You will Love it

The shopping in Dubai is amazing and one can spend an entire week just browsing through the designer stores and visiting the beautiful shopping malls. You can also use the hop on and hop off the bus like the Big Bus tour, which is an easy way to move around the city. Dubai is famous for its gold, so visit the Gold Souk and the Deira Spice Souk. Riding a water taxi across the Dubai Creek is a really fun and heading into the Al Bastakiya district, known for its traditional character.

You can take a dip in the warm waters of the sea as most of the hotels have their own private beach. In the Dubai Atlantis Aquaventure Waterpark, spend some action-packed time after buying a whole day ticket. It is part of the famous 5-star hotel The Palm. Thrilling Shark Tunnels, Corkscrew Chutes’ ride and the Splasher’s Island area, Atlantis-themed aquarium and The Lost Chambers are some of the attractions

For having a top view of Dubai buy an entrance ticket of Burj Khalifa’s 124th floor. You can watch the wonderful multimedia presentation, that narrates the story of this beautiful desert city and Burj Khalifa as you ride the 65m moving sidewalk. You will reach the observation deck by high-speed elevators and will have a mind-blowing view through the powerful digital telescope.

Visit the Sky Bar of the world’s most famous 7-star hotel – the Burj Al Arab designed as a sail for a classy venue to enjoy a cocktail. Souk Madinat Jumeirah, Dubai’s own little Venice from where a boat ride will take you to the Arabian market through the narrow waterways. From the hotel, there is a unique way to reach here by beach buggy cruising through the sand beach. The place looks vibrant at night.

You can watch camel ride at the Nad Al Sheba Camel Track, Dubai Zoo, the oldest zoo in the Arabian peninsula, Wild Wadi Water Park, the impressive Jumeirah Mosque and Sheik Sied Palace are some of the other attractions.

The famous Desert Safari tour by a cosy 4×4 vehicle, enjoy riding a camel and dune bashing and finally arriving the campsite at sunset. Here you can watch the famous folk dance of the desert called “Tanoura.” also enjoy scrumptious barbecue dinner and belly dancing along the campfire. Some other desert adventures like riding a vintage Land Rover to well-known Dubai Desert Conservation Reserve, staying in luxurious Bedouin-style camp and falconry display and Hot Air balloon ride.

Enjoying of RIB (rigid inflatable boat) tour around the Palm Jumeirah and Dubai Marina, the unique “Bateaux Dubai” evening cruise watching Al Maktoum Bridge and Clocktower, gourmet dinner on a suspended mid-air platform and also helicopter ride.


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