Activities in Dubai in the middle of COVID-19 Dubai

World of virtual reality
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The COVID-19 pandemic had frozen all movements around the world, and Dubai was no different. The city has recently reopened tourism, and finally wanderlust can travel with the new measures of non-contact thermometers, face masks and hand disinfectants.

Dubai is extremely hot from June to September. Given the pandemic, you can choose a route that doesn’t require you to stay outside long and avoid crowds.

VR Park

The VR Park in the Dubai Mall is a 75,000 square meter two-story indoor theme park that offers interactive reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) experiences and rides. The haunting experiences are fun and adventurous. Post-COVID-19 the VR Park is more committed to the security of its customers and has strict protocols. It is best to follow the rules and have amazing experiences. Book one of the VR Park tours with a private transfer and enjoy.

Burj Khalifa & Dubai fountain show

Dubai fountain and Burj Khalifa
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The Burj Khalifa, the tallest building in the world (829.8 meters), is another hotspot not to be missed. After four months of closure, the attraction is finally open to international visitors. Remember to put on a face mask and follow the social distance protocol when visiting the website to enjoy the breathtaking view of Dubai from above and the dancing fountains. Visit the Burj Khalifa and fountain tours Here.

Beaches and parks

In warm weather, beaches and parks are a perfect hideaway. Dubai has recently reopened beaches and popular parks. You can visit the Jumeirah, JBR, Al Mamzar and Umm Suqueim beaches. You must follow standard guidelines during your visit.

Dubai summer surprises

Dubai Summer Surprises (DSS), the famous annual shopping festival, is back. It runs until August 29 and is a mega event that you cannot miss. You’ll stay in Dubai’s malls, leisure destinations, and popular attractions for seven weeks, and you’ll be able to enjoy some amazing deals and great deals. The event can be crowded. So remember to avoid crowds and comply with all safety standards.

Prepare bucket list

It’s fun to make a bucket list for your trip. Schedule a visit to the Dubai Design Week, which takes place in November. Dubai is blessed with some amazing sights and fun activities. Don’t forget to add Desert Safari Tour, Hot Air Balloon Ride and Ferrari World Tour to your bucket list.

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