Welcome the refreshing breeze, embark on boundless adventures, and immerse yourself in the enchantment of Dubai's revival! Discover a city that seamlessly blends tradition with innovation, offering a world of possibilities.
ADVENTURE AWAITS !!
Global Village Dubai is preparing for an earlier reopening on Wednesday, October 18, providing visitors with a bonus week to indulge in shopping, explore the myriad entertainment options, savor delectable treats at food stalls, and experience the various attractions it has to offer. This season, the excitement will extend for a period of six months, ensuring ample time for guests to immerse themselves in the diverse cultural experiences before Global Village Dubai concludes its 2023-2024 season and closes its doors on April 28, 2024.
With each new season, this award-winning park reopens after the summer, unveiling a fresh theme, a captivating array of new attractions, and sculptures that continually leave visitors in awe. This remarkable park, recognized as the largest natural flower garden globally, spans across an impressive 72,000 square meters. It offers a delightful sensory experience, featuring a breathtaking showcase of over 150 million flowers, encompassing more than 120 different captivating flower varieties.
Located approximately 130 kilometers to the southeast of central Dubai, Hatta beckons visitors with a distinctive natural experience characterized by its rugged mountains, rejuvenating springs, and verdant valleys. With its official winter reopening, Hatta offers a wide range of activities, from glamping and hiking to mountain biking, kayaking, paragliding, dining, camping, and caravan stays for adventure seekers.
Dubai Safari Park, one of the emirate's most popular recreational and tourist destinations, reopened its doors for the 2023-2024 season on 5 October. The Park offers residents and tourists a distinctive opportunity to discover the wonders of wildlife, fungal patterns, and biodiversity in a single location. Moreover, it provides visitors with the chance to observe animals and birds in their natural habitats.