Dubai is the second largest city among the 7 United Arab Emirates ( U.A.E.) cities & has the biggest population at
over 2 million inhabitants. This is also a major transport hub for the international passengers taking their transit stay for
their connecting flights to onward destinations.
The city has attracted world attention through large construction projects, in particular the world’s tallest building, the Burja Khalifa ( 828 meters). Dubai constantly dwells in a suppressive competition with itself trying to magnetize international tourists to a dreamy world of landmark attractions, activities, exhibitions, shopping centers, parks, nightlife and luxurious hotels.
Although it strictly safeguards its traditional practices, it allows space for other religions to breathe, a rare quality amongst the conservative Arab world. Today, Dubai has emerged as a cosmopolitan metropolis that has grown steadily to become a global city and a business and cultural hub of the Middle East and the Persian Gulf region
ABU DHABI INFO
Abu Dhabi is the capital of the United Arab Emirates (UAE ), and is also the capital of the Emirate of Abu Dhabi. This is the largest city of the UAE’s 7 emirates.
Abu Dhabi lies on a T-shaped island jutting into the Persian Gulf from the central western coast. The city of Abu Dhabi has an estimated population of 1.8 million in 2016.
Abu Dhabi houses federal government offices, is the seat of the United Arab Emirates Government, home to the Abu Dhabi Emiri Family and the President of the UAE.
Today the city is the country’s centre of political and industrial activities, and a major cultural and commercial centre, due to its position as the capital.
The city has now emerged as one of the country’s finest tourist destinations because of its excellent infrastructure, growing economy and interesting attractions.
Various areas and islands in Abu Dhabi are developed to promote tourism that includes the Corniche, the Yas Island and the Saadiyat Island, which allow visitors to explore the stunning Arabian Gulf views and wildlife reserves.
A city once known for its exhaustive coverage of conventions and exhibitions has gained importance for entertainment and shopping as well.
OPTIONAL TOUR INFO :–
— Desert Safari with BBQ Dinner & Belly Dance .
— Dhow Cruise Dinner at the Creek .
— Half Day Dubai City Tour .
— Dubai Safari Park .
— Dubai Birwaz .
— Burj Khalifa Tour to the TOP ( 124th floor ).
— Full Day Abu Dhabi City Tour ( Minimum 4 person ).
— Full Day Abu Dhabi City Tour + Ferrari World .
— Dhow Cruise Dinner at the Marina .
— Combination tour of Burj Al Arab & Burj Khalifa .
— Dubai Miracle Garden .
— Full Day Al Ain City Tour .
— Wild Wadi Water Park.
— Lost Chamber Aquarium at Atlantis Hotel.
— Aqua venture at Atlantis.
— Burj Al Arab lunch or dinner at Iwan restaurant .
 HIGH SEASON : NOVEMBER TO APRIL
The high season is ideal for a variety of outdoor entertainment since the days bring lots of sunshine and bright blue skies, with slightly cooler evenings as a gentle wind, and only occasional rain, hits the city. These 6 months of ideal seasons allow visitors to enjoy Dubai’s many outdoor activities, like lounging on the beach, embarking on desert safaris and strolling through the city.
 SHOULDER SEASON : MAY, SEPTEMBER & OCTOBER
May is the start of the summer in Dubai and sees temperatures ranging from 23 to 36 degrees Celsius, With sea temperatures around 28*C, this is a perfect time for swimming and you’re less likely to have to battle the crowds to enjoy it.
Although it’s generally too hot and sticky during the day in September, it’s often ideal for heading to the beach in the late afternoon. By October, people begin enjoying things like al fresco dining with more reasonable average temperatures hovering around 29*C.
[ 3 ] LOW SEASON : JUNE ,JULY , AUGUST
Low season is the summertime in Dubai. By June, temperatures begin to become rather unpleasant, with high levels of humidity, while July and August are downright scorching, verging on the unbearable level with temperatures that hit the high 40s at their peak. Being the month of Ramadan, ( usually from May 27 to June 25 in 2017 OR from June 7 to July 6 in 2018 ), even if you aren’t fasting, eating, drinking and smoking in public is strictly banned during daylight hours and many cafes or restaurants close during the day.