Dubai Weather And Best Time To Travel | Globe Trekkerz Best Deals on Travel|

Dubai is most popular city in United Arab Emirates. It is situated on the southeast shore of the Persian Gulf and one of the seven emirates that make up the country. A relatively new traveller destination, this desert city has gained a lot of popularity due to its excellent infrastructure, liberal policies and superb tourist amenities. It’s strategic location and good connectivity with Europe and Asian countries makes it a popular weekend destination for shopping, partying, sunbathing, sporting events, and fine dining.

Dubai has a tropical climate due to its location in the north eastern belt. Summers are hot and humid with average temperatures ranging from 40 degrees during the day time and 30 degrees in the night. Winters are warm and short with average temperatures ranging from 23 degrees in the day time and 14 degrees in the night.

The best time to visit Dubai is during its winter season from November to April.

Winter Season (November- April)

This is the best time to visit Dubai. At this time the weather is pleasant and suited for all kinds of outdoor activities. In January and February, Dubai faces heavy tourist traffic because of Dubai Shopping Festival which makes the city come alive. During this peak season air fares and hotel prices tend to go really high, so booking in advance is the best bet to avoid any kind of inconvenience.

Summer Season (April-October)

During April and May, the temperature begins to rise. Summer months in Dubai are really hot and humid. At this time it is a little difficult to explore the outdoors. However, to attract tourists all malls/stores are air-conditioned which makes it a little comfortable to explore the city. It is also the best time to experience luxury Dubai hotels at discounted prices. So look for the best deals available in your desired hotels.

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