We often associate Dubai holidays with luxury and indulgence. But does that rule out going on holiday to Dubai with kids and toddlers?
We don’t think so! In fact, Dubai is a great holiday destination for families. Here are 4 things to do on holiday in Dubai with kids and toddlers.
Children and toddlers of all ages will be absolutely mesmerised by Dubai Aquarium and Underwater Zoo.
Home to a 750kg 5m long crocodile aptly named “King Croc,” as well as sharks and some creepy crawlies too, the Dubai Aquarium is a hit with kids, toddlers and parents too.
Children under 3 go free.
Kidzania has attractions all over the world, Dubai included, and caters to children aged between 4 and 12. It’s a world in which children role-play at typically adult activities, like working as a fireman or doctor and are “paid,” for their work. They can then “spend” what they’ve earned shopping or on entertainment.
Taking the form of an indoor park themed as a city, this is an educational yet hugely fun experience.
This Sega themed indoor theme park is as much for Mum and Dad as it is for the kids.
Indoor Sega themed rides and rows and rows of games will keep everyone entertained for hours. And there’s even a supervised playground, so you can drop the little ones off safe in the knowledge they’ll be looked after, while Mum and Dad relive their youth with some retro Sega gaming.
This is a truly family friendly attraction in Dubai and makes a great day out on your holiday.
Wild Wadi Waterpark, in front of the Burj Al Arab, is perfect for little kids, big kids and grown up kids alike. Thrill-seeking adrenalin junkies can brave the Jumeirah Sceirah, while Juha’s Dhow and Lagoon will keep younger children entertained.
A great way to cool off from that Dubai heat and a fantastic way to spend a day on your holiday. The kids will thank you for this one.
Dubai is a great family destination. Whether you head for Dubai itself, or slightly outside to the all inclusive family hotels of Ras-Al-Khaimah, there will be plenty of entertainment for kids and toddlers.