Dubai is one of the seven emirates that make up the United Arab Emirates. It’s a popular spot for couples and sun lovers with its amazing high temperatures that last all year round providing the perfect escape from the cold and rainy English weather. Flights cost around £300 and £400 depending on the time of year a very tiny price for the elaborate and luxurious lifestyle you have the chance to experience together as a couple.

Burj Al Arab Jumeirah


Attractions in Dubai

Dubai is home to some of the most amazing beaches in the world, with the typical picturesque white sands and turquoise sea it’s everything you could imagine and more to complete an amazing honeymoon. Many public beaches offer picnic areas and BBQ sites where you can cook yourselves a romantic meal and enjoy it in the sun.

  • If your dream is to have a honeymoon jam packed with activities then there are many water sports provided by hotels along the beach. Diving, jet skiing, paragliding and windsurfing are just a few of the many exciting opportunities the warm waters of Dubai have to offer.
  • The Dubai Desert attracts families, couples and even locals all year round. It offers some once in a life time activities to share with your partner, one which shouldn’t be given a miss is a midnight experience under the fabulous clear starry skys. If you’re a more active couple then how does 3 wheeling over sand dunes together sound?
  • If you love shopping then Dubai is home to one of the largest malls in the world, each year thousands of tourists flock searching for bargains on gold, Persian rugs and designer clothes. Plus fabulous attractions all under one roof such as an ice rink, underwater zoo, cinemas and lots of dining experiences.

dubai palm island

Best Time of Year to go to Dubai

sunshineDubai is very very hot all year round, with summer months reaching highs of over 40 degrees it’s best of sticking to the ‘winter season’ for a more enjoyable heat. Dubai’s winter starts in November and finishes the end of March, yet temperatures still range between 20 and 30 degrees a much more tolerable heat for those of us used to the typical English summer. Also if you enjoy food then avoid going in October, it’s when Ramadan takes place and tourists are expected to take part in the fasting!