Top Things to Do in Dubai This Summer

Top Things to Do in Dubai This Summer

Your clients will find a wide array of activities on offer at to make their summer in Dubai from 28th June to 6th September ‘truly awesome’. Here are our top suggestions. 

Wild Wadi

Wild Wadi Waterpark


Water Fun: Splash out and have some fun with thrilling water sports, or spend quality time with the family with exciting activities such as Wild Wadi Waterpark, Aquaventure, Yellow Boat Tour, Pearl Diving, or the Lost Chamber.

Children’s Entertainment: Have a whale of a time at the Dubai Dolphinarium, Kidzania, Sega Republic, and Ski Dubai, or, for the fast and furious, visit Autodrome, Gravity Zone, or I Fly.

Designing: Participate in a selection of do-it-yourself activities, including cooking, tailoring, jewellery making, art and craft classes, and calligraphy.

Souks and Markets: The traditional covered markets of Dubai, specialising in spices, textiles and gold, offer a glimpse into the culture of the city. Choose from the Gold Souk, Khan Murjan, Nayef Souq, or the souks at Bahar and Madinat.

Old Dubai: Experience the heritage of Dubai with a walk down the narrow lanes of Old Dubai and visit the Heritage Village, the Bastakiya district with its wind towers, and learn about the importance of pearl diving in Dubai Museum.

Ski Dubai at Mall of the Emirates

Ski Dubai at Mall of the Emirates

Luxury Sightseeing: Tour Dubai in style and enjoy unparalleled services in luxury vehicles – limousines, helicopters and a Seawings seaplane.

Art and Culture: Dubai offers art lovers a perfect haven to explore talent and creativity from all over the world. Visit galleries in Bastaliya, Al Quoz, and within the Dubai International Financial Centre. Admire masterpieces by renowned artists in galleries such as Al Quoz Art Gallery, XVA Gallery, Majilis Gallery, and House44.

Relaxation: Treat yourself to soothing and invigorating treatments at a luxury spa, relax on golden beaches, visit a gold-class cinema, get some retail therapy at Dubai Mall, and view the city from the top of Burj Khalifa, the tallest man-made structure in the world.

Gastronomy: Experience local and ethnic cuisine from almost every region in the world in Dubai’s extensive selection of fine-dining as well as local restaurants, including Al Fanar, Bateaux Dubai, Ravi and Zuma.

Nightlife and Entertainment: Party lovers can dance into the early hours at a variety of clubs in the city, or visit the DUCTAC Theatre, cocktail lounges and jazz bars.

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