Weather Averages for dubai in September
Averages for dubai in September
The hot and dry desert climate of Dubai is one of the top reasons why this Middle Eastern resort is one of the most popular holiday destinations with travellers. In fact, Dubai City is regarded as the 8th most visited city, and Dubai International Airport the 6th busiest airport in the world. But Dubai has much more than just sun, sea and surf.
Temperatures begin to drop in September, marking the end of the summer, but with highs of 38 degrees and lows of 26 degrees Celsius, Dubai is still a hotspot - literally. Like the summer months, there is practically no rainfall, and the humidity finally begins to subside so visitors shouldn’t find themselves too damp or uncomfortable.
Dubai is very proud of its nature and animal-based attractions are some of the most popular in all of Dubai, especially with families with young children. The Dubai Zoo is the oldest zoo within the Arabian Peninsula and houses many native Arabian animals such as the Arabian Wolf and Socotra Cormorants which visitors are unlikely to see anywhere else. The zoo is open daily between 10am - 6pm.
For something a bit different, visitors should check out the Dubai Desert Conservation Reserve. Aiming to retain Dubai’s natural desert habitat amongst the huge urban expansion in the cities, this reserve offers a glimpse into the historic Dubai and is a fantastic chance to see animals in their natural environment. Many tour operators, including Arabian Adventures, offer activities in the reserve such as camel trekking and falconry.
The 4* Ramada Jumeirah offers convenient and comfortable accommodation in the centre of Dubai for just £59 per night. The on-site Magnum Bar classes itself as the ‘chicest lounge bar in Jumeirah’ and serves exotic cocktails and light bites. For something a bit more reminiscent of home, the Scottish-themed bar, The Docks, serves up some of the best whiskies in Dubai.