9 Fun things to do in Dubai

Dubai is a city with a lot more than high-rises, luxurious hotels, and fancy malls. There is desert to one hand and beaches to the opposite, and there’s plenty of exciting things to explore.

If you’re traveling on your own or with your family or group of acquaintances, there are plenty of activities that will make your Dubai vacation. Here are some recommended actions that are adventurous in Dubai.

  1. Scuba Diving

Explore a new world unfold before your eyes as you plunge deep into the clear oceans surrounding Atlantis Dubai. During your underwater adventure, dive into the beautiful sea life and shipwrecks or coral reefs. More than 500 marine species of life are found in the waters around Dubai. It is possible to take an hour-long PADI certification course in Scuba diving on your trip to Dubai. Scuba Diving Dubai We offer a variety of experiences to offer different experiences that will suit you. You can choose from simple discovery tours or require advanced scuba certification, Dubai offers everything.

  1. Desert Safari

Desert Safari is the most well-known and highly recommended excursion in Dubai. You can add an element of adrenaline to the Dubai Holiday by heading out for a dune-bashing session. You will be able to experience an exciting drive while an experienced driver steers the 4×4 through the dazzling dunes. You could even increase the excitement by riding the quad bike by yourself.

  1. Hot Air Balloon

Take in a stunning panorama of Dubai from a high altitude while soaring across the sky in hot air balloons. See the most iconic landmarks of Dubai from a bird’s-eye perspective. This thrilling adventure should be experienced early in the day and could be combined with your safari in the desert.

  1. SkyDiving

Key diving in Dubai is a great activity that can be enjoyed indoors and out in the open. People who are scared of heights or those who wish to experience the excitement of skydiving before sharing it in the real world will be able to enjoy the first skydiving double simulator, iFly Dubai. If you’re looking for an adrenaline rush, you can take off from 40000 meters high and get a breathtaking panorama from the Emirate. The skydiving experience is available by a skydiver at SkyDive Dubai.

  1. Zip Line

Zip-line along the world’s longest, fastest and longest Zip-line that is located in Dubai. Get a view of the city within 40 seconds when you zip line 1800 feet high above the Dubai fountain at speeds of around. 60-70 km/h before arriving on the rooftop of Dubai Marina Mall.

  1. Bungee Jumping

There’s no other experience that compares to the thrill of jumping off an incredible height when you drop into the air. Jumping in Bungees within Dubai is now a prevalent activity for adventure, with lots of visitors and locals looking to enjoy the excitement. If you’re scared to do it on your own, you can pair up with a partner or a professional for the Tandem jump.

  1. SeaBreacher ride

The shark-shaped watercraft is essential for avid sports enthusiasts. The shark-like body can either float above water or plunge as low as 6 feet under the water. Guided by an experienced instructor, Sea breachers Sea breacher can hold at least two people.

  1. Sandboarding

Slope through the desert dunes with specially designed boards that are fastened on your foot. Sandboarding in Dubai can be enjoyed all year long. It is among the most popular and enjoyable sports to experience in Dubai and is loved by children and adults alike.

  1. Hydro Water sports

Get involved in cutting-edge watersports like Flyboarding, Water Jet pack, or Jetovator in Hydro sports in JBR beach. Dubai is among the very few locations around the globe that you can experience flying boarding. Enjoy the thrill of flying over the water with the guidance of an experienced instructor.

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Steve has been living in Saudi Arabia since 2013 and writing about Saudi rules, regulations, guides, and procedures since then.