Women Only Tours in United-arab-emirates


Dubai draws visitors not only for its ultra modernity, but also its enchantingly traditional ways which offer a variety of experiences to choose from.
From desert camps and unspoiled beaches, to world-class shopping opportunities, avant-garde architecture and some of the finest international dining options, Dubai has enough depth to satiate even the most seasoned of travel Goddesses.
From shopping for spices and gold at traditional souks, to dining atop some of the world's tallest buildings, Dubai delivers satisfaction on every level.

  • Best Time to Travel

    November to March

  • Curent Weather

    Widespread Dust - 43 Degree C

  • Area Code


  • Population

    2.789 million

Things To Do

  • Shopping
  • Nightlife
  • Festivals
  • Places

Shopping in United-arab-emirates

Spice Souk: Shop for authentic spices at the Spice Souk.
Gold Souk: Take a stroll down the bustling alleyways of the dazzling Gold Souk where you can buy jewellery that ranges from designer-wear to simple every-day wear.
Dubai Mall: Shop in over 1,200 retail outlets and over 200 food and beverage outlets. Buy everything from electronics, watches, jewellery to handbags, cosmetics and latest fashions.


Dinner cruise: Dine aboard a traditional wooden dhow as you cruise along the Dubai creek, admiring the city skyline, accompanied by music and belly dancing.
Dubai Mall: Enjoy world-class dining and nightlife.
Burj Khalifa: Enjoy stunning views of the Dubai Fountain as you savour a delicious dinner.
Desert Safari Camp: Dine at a desert safari camp, and hark back to the Arabian nights as you dine Bedouin-style, seated on the floor, amid belly dancers, accompanied by classical Arabic music.


Dubai Shopping Festival (January - February): Enjoy unprecedented bargains, across the city, concerts, children's entertainment, firework shows and other events.
The Dubai Open (February - March): Watch the world's best tennis stars play at the Aviation club.
The Bride Show (April - May): The annual Bride Show features centres on the theme of weddings with.
Festival Of Taste (April - May): Held at Dubai Media City, this one week festival attracts top global chefs who prepare their most delicious specialties and give tips on cooking and presentation.
Dubai International Film Festival (November - December): Independent and art-house cinemas showcase their films with International movie guests attracting large crowds.


Burj Al Arab: Visit Dubai's most famous and iconic landmark, the Burj Al ArabBurj Khalifa: Look down at the world from 'At the Top', the observation deck on level 124.
Jumeirah: Visit this picturesque palace and residential area, which also houses the famous Jumeirah Mosque.
Al Bastakiya: The atmospheric old quarter by the creek has Dubai's famous museum within the former Al Fahidi Fort.
Dubai Creek: Cross the creek by water taxi, also known as an abra.

Things to Carry

'Respectable clothes', no beach wear in public, and weather-appropriate clothes, such as light cottons as well as jackets for the desert night-air.
Medicines with prescriptions (some meds are banned in Dubai), sunscreen, cosmetics, sunglasses and hats.
Your footwear should be comfortable. Carry a pair for walking and for night-outs.
Don't forget your camera and phone with all its accessories, especially the charger.
Lots of money or a plastic equivalent

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