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As soon as they see Dubai's futuristic skyline shooting out of the desert your clients will know adventure awaits. They can get their adrenaline fi x on sand, water and even snow…


Bird's eye view REASONS TO BOOK


- Something di�ferent - There are


few destinations where your clients can ski on water, snow and sand in the same day - but they can in Dubai. It's the ultimate


adventure playground packed with kudos and bucket-list experiences.


Book a sky-dive over Dubai to kick-start your clients’ awesome adventure with a thrilling free fall. The fi ve-minute parachute descent aff ords them time to appreciate Dubai’s incredible engineering as they see every frond of The Palm Jumeirah from above.


Make a splash


Alternatively, challenge them to take a leap of faith at Atlantis’ Aquaventure waterpark, where the Poseidon’s Revenge slide plummets at speeds of 60kmph.


Escape to the desert


Dubai’s desert safaris are popular excursions for a reason. They’re great! Visitors are picked up from their hotel and transported direct to the desert for an exciting 4WD drive over mountainous sand dunes. Make sure they pick a tour that includes a bit of sand-boarding


Wallow in watersports


Dubai has a plethora of watersports to off er off its extensive coastline. At Jumeirah Beach the offi cial kite-surfi ng club of Dubai, Dukite, off ers afternoon classes. Or suggest a guided kayak tour around the Palm Jumeirah with SeaYou, or stand-up


and camel riding for an extra thrill, followed by entertainment and feasting as the sun sets.


Hit the slopes


Then for something completely diff erent send them to the snow slopes. Your clients will be amazed that they can tell friends they skied the dunes as well as the snow in Du- bai. Ski Dubai at the Mall of the Emir- ates is an alpine adventure in Arabia. The indoor resort has fi ve ski runs, tube slides, toboggan runs and even a colony of penguins. If that’s not enough, the zip-wire experience is a cold rush for any adrenaline junkie.


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Suggest an evening desert safari. These off er great opportunities to see the sunset and experience some top-class star-gazing. They can be perfect for those keen to make the most of a full day in Dubai before an early hours departure.


paddle boarding from Sunset Beach around the iconic Burj Al Arab.


Hit the tarmac


Tell your clients to fasten their seatbelts and experience the thrill of burning rubber at the Dubai Autodrome. This fully-integrated motorsports facility includes an FIA sanctioned 5.39 kilometre Race & Drive Centre and Karting track. Visitors can hit the track in an Audi TT or a rally car.


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Schedule some action on one of Dubai’s 11 outstanding golf courses. Jumeirah Golf Estates off ers two courses, Earth and Fire, with a total of 36 holes of championship golf. Or suggest The Montgomerie, where facilities include a fl oodlit swing analysis studio, a nine-hole, par-three academy course and a driving range. Emirates Golf Club has a Faldo course which is fl oodlit 24-hours a day.


PICTURED: Desert safari at sunset; Skydiving over The Palm; Ski Dubai; Emirates Golf Course; Taking to the water


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