Dubai Tourism will concentrate on "family visits"

Dubai Tourism will concentrate on "family visits"

Dubai is definitively one of the places you should put on your “bucket list”. Dubai Tourism is the official entity in charge of coordinating and managing all tourism and hospitality. It is expected they will focus tourism in Dubai on family visits. 

A Dubai Visa

There are four types of Dubai visas: Dubai Transit Visa, Dubai Tourist Visa, Dubai Visit Visa, and Dubai Multiple Visit Visa. The Dubai Visit Visa is given to those who enter the country as a family to visit or are on business. The stay can be up to 60 days and can be extended to 90 days. 

This visa needs the sponsorship of any U.A.E. resident, any hotel, or company that operates within the U.A.E. 

Family visits

Dubai is being presented as a great place to come if you have relatives living there. Family visits are encouraged as the Dubai Visit Visa is probably the one with the least requirements.  

The most cosmopolitan city in the Middle East has all the attractions for the entire family. There are beaches, brunches, theme parks, and many other things to keep the family entertained. 

Visiting families abroad is substantial and one of the leading motives for traveling. Based on this, Dubai Tourism wishes to focus their tourism and hospitality sector towards families. It offers many accommodations and benefits to these types of tourists.  

The number of Dubai attractions and things to do in Dubai has increased dramatically during recent years.  They now have the Dubai Mall and many more attractions in Downtown Dubai. This is where you will find the Burj Khalifa, the tallest building in the world. 

The Dubai Fountain is the world´s largest musical fountain. Dubai has it all and is waiting for you to come. 

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