City, Desert, and Beach: It’s Time to Go to the UAE

11 November 2020

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Dubai is one of the few places you can travel without quarantine right now, so there's never been a better time to take advantage of this hugely underrated destination. The United Arab Emirates combines desert delights with some of the most luxurious hotels in Asia, and pristine beaches. You can fly to the capital of commerce of Dubai for underwater restaurants and then head into the sands for adventure and dune-bashing.


There’s more to Dubai than skyscrapers. Travelers can dine underwater, skydive over the man-made Palm Islands, and even ski indoors — complete with penguins. Outside of the city, the wide open sands allow travelers to go sandboarding, dune-bashing in a 4x4, and enjoy the unique wildlife of the desert, including practicing falconry and finding the rare and beautiful Arabian oryx.


Dubai is a city of decadence and conspicuous consumption and there are few better ways to experience the largest and most populous city in the UAE than from the air. Hop from hotel to hotel in style or take a short 12-minute jaunt to see the Palm Jumeirah and Burj Al Arab on a quick tour of the iconic cityscape.


Set in the 16-square-mile Conservation Wildlife Reserve of Dubai, Al Maha resort is named for the Arabian oryx, one of many wild visitors to the nearby dunes. The Al Maha resort provides a rare luxury oasis, providing remarkable Bedouin-style suites and featuring temperature-controlled private pools and desert views.


Conveniently located near Dubai, Sharjah is the “Arab Capital of Culture”, a must see for lovers of art and history, and the beaches are an overlooked gem of Ajman — best experienced from the comfort of the opulent Oberoi Beach Resort Al Zorah.

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