Make the most of your stopover in Dubai with On The Go Tours
If you are passing through Dubai en route to another one of our destinations take the opportunity to explore this fascinating city with our 4-day stopover tour. Looking beyond Dubai's gleaming facade you can find historic buildings, colourful spice souks, and traditional dhows scattered on The Creek. Intrepid travellers who venture outside the city limits can explore rolling golden dunes by 4x4 and enjoy dinner under the stars at an authentic Bedouin Camp.Read More
Dubai Short Stays
Dubai is a popular transit hub, so if you are flying via Dubai consider staying on for a few days with our 4-day action packed mini-break which includes a city tour, a desert safari and dining under the Arabian skies at a Bedouin camp.
Recent Travel Articles on Middle East
Thanks to its handy location in the Middle East, Dubai has fast become one of the most popular transit stops on the Asia-Pacific to Europe route with the world-class airline of Emirates continually adding new routes to its operations. With glamorous restaurants and hotels, mind-boggling shopping opportunities and desert safaris on the doorstep, discover Dubai with a stopover package en route elsewhere.
Dubai Travel Guide
Money, shopping, transport, food, health advice & more
Information on climatic and weather conditions in Dubai
Places on our must-see list of any visit to visit to Dubai
Visa requirements for Dubai and info on getting your visa
- The Dog
by Joseph O’Neill
- The Sand Fish: A Novel from Dubai
by Maha Gargash
- Hello Dubai
by Joe Bennett
Facts about Dubai
- Dubai has no address system and mail is instead sent to a PO Box and then picked up by residents.
- The Dubai Mall is the largest shopping centre in the world and has over 1,200 shops as well as an aquarium.
- There are vending ATMs in Dubai that dispense gold bars in varying forms and sizes instead of cash.
Dubai Travel Advice:
We keep abreast of the latest travel advice to Dubai and follow advice as set out by the British Foreign Office. Safety of our travellers is paramount and we recommend that you check the latest travel advice from the relevant advisory body in your country.