Weather Averages for dubai in October
Averages for dubai in October
Situated between white sandy beaches and the tall Hajar Mountains, the emirate of Dubai is a holiday hotspot for travellers from around the world. Although the Middle East is not often known for its tourism, the previous UK control and modern advancements have made Dubai more similar to western countries than other areas of the United Arab Emirates.
With its hot and dry desert
climate, it’s never cold in Dubai, even approaching the winter months. October
tends to be very warm and dry, with practically no precipitation and
temperatures ranging from 22 to 35 degrees Celsius.
Humidity is unlikely to cause
much of a problem in October, so visitors should take the opportunity to get
out and about and explore the area. Dubai’s man-made Palm Islands are a
terrific sight to behold and are definitely worth a visit. The islands are
constructed to form a palm tree shape from above and are located just off of
Dubai’s coast. The Palm Jumeirah, the first to be completed, is home to a
number of luxury hotels, multi million pound villas and private residences and
The Atlantis The Palm
hotel, located on The Palm Jumeirah, offers a once in a lifetime chance to get
up close and personal with dolphins. The Atlantis Dolphin Encounter allows guests to play, swim, hug,
and even kiss these creatures and is suitable for the whole family, even
Enjoy dinner at the Antique Bizarre Indian Restaurant, located within the Four Points Dubai hotel. Around 35% of the Dubai population is Indian so there is not only quite a large Indian culture but also some fantastic and authentic Indian food to be found. This restaurant is open until 3am so relax and enjoy a few drinks before heading to one of the hotel’s £55 per night rooms.