What does a Typical Monsoon in Dubai Feel Like?It is quite rare that Dubai receives heavy rainfall and it is mostly in the winter months when the city also witnesses monsoon. The climate is not so extreme during this period and there are only occasional rains where the highest rainfall received in the months of January, February, and March. On average, precipitation days in each month are approximately a day or two.
Temperature and What to CarryThe mercury stays around 30 degrees throughout this time and it drops below 15 degrees at night sometimes. This time is generally the best to visit the city as it is pretty pleasant and the water at the beaches also have decent temperatures. People travelling from tropical regions will be very much comfortable and people travelling from colder or wetter countries will feel it a little hotter than usual. So, it is better if people from colder places plan to carry lesser winter or monsoon clothing than they generally would. Click here to know what things to carry along during your visit to Dubai.
Temperatures: 20ºC (min) to 31ºC (max)
Rainfall: 4.6 millimeters
Temperatures: 16ºC (min) to 25ºC (max)
Rainfall: 13 millimeters
Temperatures: 14ºC (min) to 24ºC (max)
Rainfall: 11 millimeters
Temperatures: 17ºC (min) to 25ºC (max)
Rainfall: 6.4 millimeters
Temperatures: 18ºC (min) to 30ºC (max)
Rainfall: 9.7 millimeters
Things to Do & Places to Visit During Monsoons in Dubai
1. Stay IndoorsThese months make up for most of the crowd since it is rather pleasant and easier to visit most of the places. It is better to visit places that engage you indoors rather than being outdoors to avoid being drenched.
2. MallsDubai is certainly not short of malls and shopping complexes, where you could spend some quality time or you could go indoor skiing at Ski Dubai.
3. At the top of Burj KhalifaYou could gaze into the horizon from the world’s tallest observation deck in Burj Khalifa or spend the New Year’s Eve across the whole city.
To check out how you can plan your visit to the Emirati city during monsoons, click here.
Transportation & Traffic conditionsOne of the most important aspects of travelling to any place is to figure out the ways of local commute. Dubai has everything you need from local bus services, taxis, metro, and even water taxis. The roads are quite congested during the peak/office hours, that is, between 7 AM and 10 AM and also between 4 PM and 7 PM. The weekends see a lot of traffic later in the day, so you will have to plan your visit around the city very meticulously. Also, during rainy hours, it might get a little hectic with reduced visibility and requires a lot of attention on the roads. It is better to resort to public transport to stay safe during the rains. Check out all about Dubai’s public transport, here.
Dubai’s visa and ways to reach the cityBesides planning your visit to any country, it is necessary that you know about the procedures for acquiring a valid visa to that specific country. Know about the procedure to acquire a visa to the UAE here and click here to know about the various ways to reach Dubai.
Dubai is a city that has made an impact on global tourism and it is a city built on dreams. The city is beautiful, fascinating, magnificent, mesmerizing and a lot of other things. It has activities to do and places to visit for all kinds of situations and all you have to do is plan your trips accordingly.