From Palam Jumeirah to Burj Khalifa, explore Dubai's top things to do and must-view tourist attractions.
Less than 20 minutes driving from the latest streets of Downtown Dubai, you can see the marvels of the Arabian Desert, the real visitor attraction of Dubai. Take a desert safari Dubai-style with off-roading, sandboarding and quad biking followed by traditional barbeques, camel rides and henna. or just drive out and experience the surprises of the desert on an adventure of your own. Those looking for luxury should indulge in a Dinner and Heritage Safari.
Al Fahidi Historical Neighborhood in Bur Dubai. Top seen walking, this area provides a wonderful view of a bygone era with traditional wind towers and a maze of winding alleyways. You can visit the Sheikh Mohammed Centre for Cultural Understanding, where visitors can join the Arabic classics, heritage trips and planned mosque visits to excellent value to the domestic culture.
Dubai Water Canal is a 3.2 km long waterway spreading from the Creek in Old Dubai via Business Bay before finding its way to the Arabian Gulf. Dubai Canal will make 80,000 sqm of waterfront public area and facilities, to add new recreational places like the 3km running track and 12km cycling path.
You can guess a Cape Town to Dubai flight time of up to ten hours when flying direct.
On average fourteen flights depart from Cape Town Intl to Dubai Intl and other airports per day.
• Afternoon - fifty percent of flight departures
• Evening - fifty of flight departures
There are presently two airlines offering Cape Town to Dubai direct flights, SAA, Emirates.
Emirates offers hundred percent of the non-stop flights between Dubai and Cape Town.
• Cape Town is 4,755 miles from Dubai.
• Four non-stop flights are operating from Cape Town to Dubai.
• Emirates has the most nonstop flights between Dubai and Cape Town.
• Johannesburg - O.R. Tambo International is the most famous link for one stop Dubai flights from Cape Town.