What to expect when visiting the UAE during Ramadan

If you are visiting Dubai  during the holy month of Ramadan, there are few things you should be aware of to make the most out of your stay. In 2019, subject to announcement, Ramadan is expected to start on the 5th May and to end on the 4th June. Spend your time in Dubai, discover the new parts of the city and enjoy the festivities. Explore the emirates on the East Coast Tour and the Abu Dhabi City Tour.

Our adventure experts share interesting information and insights about the holy month, as well as some insider tips on the best things to do.

Ramadan iftar at Sundowner or Sunset Safari

During Ramadan, experience the tradition of Iftar (breaking of the fast) in the desert on the Sundowner or Sunset Safari. After an exciting dune drive in the Dubai Desert Conservation Reserve, stop at the top of a dune for Iftar. Dates, sparkling date juice and the regional favourites – Vimto juice and labneh are served at a picturesque setting. Continue on to our Bedouin-style camp and hear traditional stories around the fire, along with all of the usual activities and a delicious BBQ dinner.

Abu dhabi city tour, Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque

Take a city tour to learn more about the UAE. The full-day Abu Dhabi City Tour visits the capital’s landmarks including the breathtaking Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque, the Abu Dhabi Corniche, Heritage Village and the traditional markets.

Explore the quaint fishing villages to mountain canyons and beautiful beaches of Fujairah on the East Coast Tour. For visitors who are not fasting, lunch stops will be at hotels.

The greeting during Ramadan is Ramadan Kareem!

Ramadan Kareem and enjoy your stay in the UAE. Book your tours and safaris this Ramadan and join in the spirit of the holy month. Book online or by calling 800 272 2426.