Overview of Honeymoons in Dubai
Whether you want to relax and unwind after the hectic wedding planning or whether you want to do something new each day, Dubai really does have everything. From white sandy beaches to ancient temples and museums, to colourful souqs, to desert safaris there's plenty to keep you occupied. Why not stay in one of the hotels or rent an apartment and enjoy all that Dubai has to offer.
A honeymoon in Dubai will really wow you with its glamour and glitz surrounding you whichever way you turn. Famous not only for its oil but for some of the tallest buildings in the world, Dubai is a millionaire's playground. With regular flights from South Africa you could be exploring this stunning landscape in just over 11 hours. History buffs will enjoy a visit to the Sheikh Saeed Al Maktoum House which holds hundreds of old Dubai before it became rich. The Jumeirah Mosque is probably the best known of the mosques in Dubai with its large central dome and is the only place where non Muslims can worship. Hop on a sightseeing bus which will ferry you around the sights or treat yourselves to a hot air balloon for a gentle aerial tour. You might like a visit to the races, but betting is not allowed. You can even go skiing in the indoor ski resort. With so much to do, your stay in Dubai will give you enough memories to last a long time.
Middle East weather
Make sure you choose the right time of year to visit Middle East for your honeymoon.
When to go:
– November to March is the best time as the temperatures are cooler.
– Multiple carriers operate between South Africa and Dubai. Qatar fly from Johannesburg stopping at Doha before reaching Dubai in 11 hours and 20 minutes
– UAE dirham