Oman, a country characterised by its varying terrain, welcomes you with long coastlines and expansive deserts laden with beautiful oases and golden sand dunes. It also boasts a rich heritage and contemporary Islamic architecture.
Flying to Oman: You can choose to fly from Dubai to Muscat or Salalah on your upcoming holiday. While the bustling city of Muscat is just a 1-hour flight away, the journey to the colourful coastal town of Salalah takes 2 hours.
Interesting fact: Oman is one of the most unique countries in the Arabian Gulf as it doesn’t have a continuous border. A part of the country lies to the north of UAE, while the rest of it lies to the east and south-east. Oman is a great country to visit since crime is almost non-existent, making it the ideal place for a family holiday.
Home to the famed African lion, Tanzania is a country perfect for adrenaline junkies and nature lovers alike.
Flying to Tanzania: From Dubai, you can choose to fly to Dar Es Salaam or Zanzibar. Irrespective of the destination you choose, the flight will take around 6 hours.
Interesting fact: Tanzania’s beauty lies in its natural parks, the most famous of which is the Serengeti National Park. Apart from being a World Heritage Site, the park is home to over a million mammals and witnesses the famous ‘great migration’ every year.
Home to the ancient Ottoman Empire, Türkiye, with its balloon-filled skies, is a country that will entice you with its diverse landscapes, beautiful museums, timeless cultural appeal and mouthwatering local cuisine.
Flying to Türkiye: The flight from Dubai to Istanbul takes nearly 5 hours.
Interesting fact: Türkiye's cultural monuments, some of which date back to the Mesolithic period, have helped it become the sixth most-visited tourist destination in the world. The country has 13 UNESCO World Heritage Sites, making it a marvellous holiday spot for history lovers.
So if you’re ready to give in to a relaxing time with a fair amount of history, culture and adventure blended in, book a flight with flydubai and start exploring.