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V2F Itineraries | Dubai | Things To Do | 7 Days

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The Dubai visa for Indians is one of the most common visas to be processed for citizens of this country. Ever wondered why that is? Well, apart from the large Indian network that resides in the Emirates, it’s also because there’s so much to do here. Since obtaining the Dubai visa is so easy, many vacationers choose this destination for their summer break or work holidays. In this article, we’re going to be looking at a comprehensive 7-day guide to Dubai: things to do, places to see, vibes to soak in! There’s much to offer, including popular sites like the Burj Khalifa and the desert dunes, as well as hidden (and some not-so-hidden) treasures like floatation therapy spas and Dubai Miracle Garden. Let’s dive right in! 

 

 

 

Day 1

Arrive in Dubai International Airport – whose Terminal 3 is the largest airport terminal in the world. We hope you had an amazing flight, and if you applied with us for a Dubai visa, we assume your Immigration processes went smoothly as well! After a long flight and a morning spent travelling, your body probably needs some TLC – and Dubai is a great place to try out new ways to relax.

Attend one of Dubai’s cool (literally) relaxation therapy types, such as a cryotherapy session or a taste of floatation therapy! Floatation therapy involves inducing deep relaxation through being in a sensory deprivation tank (it is soundproof and lightproof). You may assume that due to the tank you are sensorily deprived, research shows the exact opposite: being in a tank such as this actually enhances the senses. You are able to focus more on your heartbeat and breathing, hence achieving a deeper meditative state – perfect for one hour of unadulterated relaxation. After this, you can check out Dubai Miracle Garden before sunset, so that you can enjoy both the day and night scenery of the place!    

Day 2

Have a filling breakfast at your hotel, after sleeping in late. Having a restful experience the day before, you can now get into the real action. Get on that Desert Safari you organized! Often, you can do many things in the desert – including ride a 4×4, tour the area on a camel, sand skiing and dune bashing. The coolest thing about the safari in Dubai is that you can choose the preferred time of day: morning, evening or night stay. For this itinerary’s purpose, we chose the morning option – however, it will probably seep into the late afternoon. After an eventful day, you take an evening stroll on Dubai Creek’s salty shoreline. It is a saltwater creek that has a beautiful walkway perfect for sunsets. You can shop for spices or gold, or even visit the dolphinarium or museums along the trail.

Day 3 

Day 3 starts with a bang. Since we were in the dry desert sand yesterday, today is filled with water! Have an adventure-filled waterpark day at the Wild Wadi Waterpark – this is the outdoor waterpark in the Jumeirah area. It is a huge park with many cool rides, assured to keep you occupied at least till mid-afternoon. These include Burj Surj, Tantrum Alley, Wipeout and Riptide Flowriders and Juha’s Journey. If you start feeling a bit peckish at lunchtime, there are food options here too. Have lunch at one of Wild Wadi Waterpark’s six food cafe’s – from burgers to shawarmas and fruit juice, take your pick! After a tiring, adrenaline-filled day at the waterpark, have a relaxing sit-down sunset watch at Jumeirah Beach – you deserve it. The beach is quite close to the waterpark, and is a great way to end this water-themed day. 

Day 4

Day 4 is all about tourist attractions – how can you go to Dubai and not visit the Burj Khalifa? Well, today is just about that. Visit the famed Burj Khalifa, and move to the top of the building to be amazed. The view from one of the tallest buildings in the world is truly a sight to see. There’s only so much to do here, so the afternoon is spent elsewhere – but still close-by.

Luckily, the city is well-planned so that most of the tourist-y spots are close to each other. Walk through the winding streets of Dubai Souks, including the Dubai Gold Souk and the Souk Al Bahar. Souks in the Arab countries are known to be lush and luxurious, so this is the place to go. In the evening, walk around the complex to the Dubai Fountain, and sit down whilst enjoying the fountain’s synchronised music and light show here.

 

 

Day 5

Palm Jumeirah is another one of those must-visits whilst in Dubai. Make your way tothe ara, a man made archipelago in the shape of palm trees. There’s much to do here: from enjoying the Dubai coastline with some shawarma from food trucks, to glitzing it out at a local club in the night. Enjoy the sea view, and maybe even have a relaxing massage at One&Only The Palm – known for its cocoon-wrapping technique. However, we’ll be moving onto more exciting things in the afternoon, so soak in the sun’s rays while you can!

Later, put your ski shoes on and enjoy a cooling afternoon away from the heat at Ski Dubai. This is actually the largest ski resort in the UAE. Once you’re done enjoying yourself in the cool snow, it’s time to get back out into the heat of Dubai – but with AC this time! – and traverse the floors of the Mall of The Emirates, aptly named in size and grandeur.    

Day 6

Today is a shopping day! And as we already know, Dubai is world- famous for its shopping opportunities. The Dubai visa is also so common among Indians, so we are one of the biggest contributors to Dubai tourism (and, by extension, shopping!) Walk through the dazzling stores of the Dubai Mall first. With its insane size and variety of stores, this is sure to take a while.

Next, wade through the insane displays of the Dubai Underwater Aquarium and Zoo in the afternoon, away from the hot and bustling city streets. It’s quite a good idea to keep your afternoons occupied with indoor activities, as these are the hottest times of day – and air conditioning can go a long way.Before you leave, it is a great idea to pay a tribute to the large Indian population of Dubai: with a wonderful meal! Have a filling Indian dinner overlooking the Dubai fountains at any of the restaurants nearby – including Armani/Amal and India Palace Express. 

Day 7

Spend the morning packing. Since you have to leave today, have a nice, relaxing massage after all the walking, sightseeing, camel riding and skiing you’ve done! Before you leave Dubai for good, there’s one last thing to do: tour the airport, of course!

The Dubai International Airport is exceptional. Known to have one of the best airports in the World, this is a great opportunity for one last hurrah before we depart. Eat in any one of their restaurants, each with their own specialty – there are Japanese, Tex-Mex, Thai, Irish and, of course, Middle-Eastern. You can even work up a sweat if you feel too guilty about all the food, at the Health club, or take a shower to freshen up! Seemingly endless rows of Dubai Duty Free also beckon many a tourist, so make sure you check those out before leaving as well. Finally, as you board your flight, remember the good memories of Dubai with a smile – until next time!

You can apply for a Dubai visa from India with us as well. Visa2Fly offers complete handholding support for your document preparation along with doorstep pick-up and delivery of documents. Our expert team guides you to ensure you have the maximum chances of Dubai visa acceptance in the first attempt. We help you through online form filling for your visa, come home so you won’t have to travel to apply, and also process things very professionally at the back-end. Check out our other blogs on solo travel and language learning platforms as well, so that you can further secure your chances of having an amazing trip. 

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