Many people associate Dubai with tall skyscrapers, golden dunes, and all things opulent. In this city, heritage and glitz coexist in perfect harmony. You might be standing atop the Burj Khalifa, the highest structure in the world, one second, and then exploring the souks the next, with the aroma of spices filling the air.

The best time to visit this emirate is often between November and February, when temperatures are comfortable and explore the different sites shopping mall.

November’s average temperature is around 25°C, with highs of 30°C and cosy lows of 19°C. This means that November is a fantastic time to go sunbathing, provided you have a good sunscreen on hand.

Dubai is a well-liked winter sun destination by February when temperatures have further fallen and are quite lovely with highs of 24°C and lows of 15°C.

When is Dubai’s busiest travel period?

The busiest months in Dubai are November through April. The weather is at its most pleasant, but as a result, lodging expenses will go up and crowds will be present at the city’s top attractions. Beach lovers and those looking to take advantage of Dubai’s outdoor activities, such as desert safaris and exploring Dubai Creek’s waterways, should visit during peak season.

Due to the sweltering temperatures, which may reach up to 40°C, Dubai sees a decline in tourism from June through August. There are still plenty of activities to enjoy away from the sun, though, thanks to the top-notch air conditioning in the hotels, shopping centers, and restaurants. A trip to Dubai outside of the busy season is recommended if you want a more sedate vacation.

Expect to pay more if you’re travelling during one of the three annual half terms, which are in February, May, or October. Due to the strong demand for vacations during these times, your trip’s price may go up. But you may always discover fantastic offers to take advantage of. View our most recent promotions here.

Dubai is one of the exciting and most attractive tourist place in the world, it comprises of many tourist spots which are very exciting. So visit AFAQ TOURS DUBAI and enjoy your Tour.

November to February – Winter in Dubai :

For individuals who want to engage in outdoor activities in and around the city, spring is ideal. At Dubai’s family-oriented theme parks like IMG Worlds of Adventure or Dubai Parks and Resorts, good weather is a guarantee.

March to May – Spring in Dubai :

The months between March and May are the closest to spring as we know it, with pleasant sea temperatures and lots of sunshine. As the city is situated on the edge of a desert, you won’t see any blossoms of flowers, but you can still engage in outdoor activities. Be sure to bring along a light jacket for the evening since temperatures are starting to dip and the days are starting to get hotter and linger longer at this time of year.

June to August – Summer in Dubai :

Visitors visiting Dubai in the summer will encounter an average of 10 to 12 hours of daylight, and they will need to find shade during the hottest parts of the day. Since summer in Dubai is regarded as the off-peak season, activities are best enjoyed early in the morning and late in the evening. You’ll also discover that many attractions are quieter at these times.

September to October – Autumn in Dubai :

When visiting Dubai in the fall, you can anticipate mild temperatures and sunny days, just like in the spring. A day at the beach is definitely feasible during these months because there are still generally 10 hours of daylight to enjoy and the sea is still beautiful.

Average temperatures in Dubai  :

Dubai enjoys warm temperatures all year round with average highs of 36°C in August, while the lowest average temperatures (around 19°C) can be expected in January. 

The best time to visit Dubai if…

You’re a beach lover – April :

April is the perfect month for anyone who enjoys sun, sea, and surf activities, with average temperatures of 26°C and sea temperatures of 25°C.

You love theme parks – July – August :

Even though it’s the warmest time of year, Dubai’s theme parks and waterparks are still a blast to visit since they have cool attractions, water-based games for a cool down, and lots of shade. Additionally, since you’ll be travelling during the off-peak season, you can benefit from fewer lines, which is always a plus!

You want to seesight-November-December:

There are several attractions to take in in Dubai, including the Burj Khalifa and the Ain Dubai Ferris Wheel. If you travel in November, the weather will be warm but not oppressive, making exploring the marina, the souks, or The Walk at JBR—a waterfront strip dotted with stores and restaurants—pleasant.

You love to shop – January :

Visit during the month of January to take advantage of the discounts offered by the city’s many malls and designer stores during the Dubai Shopping Festival, which is far better than the January deals back.

Visit AFAQ TOURS DUBAI for more details and amazing packages.