Airport Transfers in Dubai
After a long flight to Dubai, then waiting to clear passport control, and collecting luggage, do you really want to stand around waiting for a coach transfer to pick you up (and then drop all the other passengers at their hotels before it’s your turn to get off), or stand around in the heat and humidity to wait for the next available taxi, only to find that it might have no air-conditioning.
Your dedicated TaxiFinders.com driver will be there at the airport to meet you in, load your luggage into the boot and take you directly to your hotel accommodation. Not got any Dirhams? No problem! Your transfer fare is paid for in the UK for both journeys – collection from the airport and delivery back there at the end of your holiday. Taxi or mini-bus? TaxiFinders.com can provide whatever size of vehicle you need for you and your travelling companions.
The best time to visit Dubai is between September and May – otherwise it can be very hot and sticky (40 degrees C and 100% humidity). Before you leave the UK for your holiday, ensure that your passport has at least six months to run, and check up online for current vaccination requirements. Make sure that you also have sufficient travel and medical insurance.
If you intend to hire a car on your holiday, don’t forget to take your driving licence. Swimwear is strictly for the beach, don’t kiss in public or drink alcohol when you’re in the street. Cover shoulders and knees when walking out, and ladies should cover their head and legs if visiting a mosque.
Arrive to your Hotel by Dubai Airport Transfers
Dubai is the place for water sports – windsurfing, swimming, scuba diving, water skiing, whatever takes your fancy. The sands are lovely – and lots of hotels have their own private beach.
A trip to the spice souk or the gold souk is not to be missed, even if you don’t want to buy anything. Gold is sold by weight but feel free to haggle to get the best price – it’s all part of the game – and you could get a bargain. Prices are normally cheaper here than in the UK.
Dubai has some trendy boutiques selling the latest fashions. Lots of shops selling electrical and electronic goods and cameras, but try to steer clear of these products – they can be reject goods, or seconds, and may not work when you get them back home. And the guarantee is usually invalid.
Have a coffee (or something stronger) and a bite to eat at one of the harbour side cafes and watch the dhows sail in and out.
For the more adventurous, a bit of wadi-bashing on a quad bike, or sand-boarding in the desert is something different.
Jumeirah has a top rated golf course, white sandy beaches, and traditional Arabian souks.
Sharjah has super shopping malls – just the place to buy our holiday souvenirs – and when you’re tired of shopping, head to the beach and cool off on the white sandy beach and have a dip in the warm sea.
Al Ain zoo has over 4000 species of birds, mammals and reptiles living in 40 hectares of pleasant surroundings. Make sure you see the white lion (almost extinct species) and don’t forget to take your camera.
And, don’t forget to book your TaxiFinders.com airport transport to make your holiday in Dubai perfect!