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When your flight to the United Arab Emirates arrives, you’ll see a place made up of seven emirates (sheikdoms), near Saudi Arabia and Iran, separated by the Persian Gulf. It is the fourth-largest oil producer in the world and one of the Middle East’s most oil-rich countries, making it one of the fastest-growing economies in the world. But tourists don’t book flights to the United Arab Emirates for oil consumption.
Most people board flights to the United Arab Emirates to bask in its beautiful landscape. Surrounded by mountains and beaches, the United Arab Emirates is a diamond in the rough of Southeast Asia. A cheap flight to the United Arab Emirates means extra money to spend in the flashy city of Dubai. The second-largest emirate in the kingdom, Dubai lures tourists with duty-free shopping and glitzy nightlife.
Flights to the United Arab Emirates are easy to come by and thanks to the renewed tourism interest in the area, the emirates are quickly becoming a destination hot-spot.
Winters are warm and summers are hot and humid in the United Arab Emirates. The winter averages a warm 80 F while summer temperatures can reach up to 113 F. Winter nights can drop to 40 F.
To maximize time for outdoor activities, book flights to the United Arab Emirates when the weather is pleasant and mild between the months of October and May.
Peak Season: Hot days and sultry evenings reaching 95 degrees F make the fall months the best time to plan flights to the United Arab Emirates. If you prefer to go later, the weather is still warm between November and February, when temperatures toggle back and forth between the 50F and 70F.
Off-peak Season: You won’t see many crowds June through September because of the sweltering summer days, but it’s the best time to find deals on accommodations and cheap flights to the United Arab Emirates.
Once your flight to the United Arab Emirates lands, you’ll be itching to see the rest of the country. A few options will get you where you need to go. If you prefer to drive, car-rental companies like Avis, Budget, and Thrifty provide good options for independent United Arab Emirates travel. Since this is an oil-producing country, it’s not surprising that oil is very cheap and accessible. Drive on the right, and watch carefully for other vehicular traffic.
The intercity bus is also a great way to go longer distances. Taxis are plentiful and very inexpensive, and water taxis will get you across the water easily.
(prices quotes are from London)