Planning for your first visit to Dubai?
Well, travelling to Dubai has just got a lot simpler thanks to the Dubai Experience platform launched by Emirates airline.
First time visitors can now use the intuitive Dubai Experience platform to create and book their own customised itineraries right from the flights, hotel stay, visits to key attractions, dining and leisure experiences.
Starting from as little as Kshs KES 3,615 per person, the activities range from sports, adventure, culture, heritage, spa, relaxation, art and entertainment.
Emirates Kenya Country Manager, Mr. Christophe Leloup said that customers who use the Dubai Experience platform can enjoy up to 10% savings on their new Emirates flight bookings, discounted hotel rates and exclusive pricing on more than 200 activities.
“With the Dubai Experiences, customers can travel independently and plan their own trips, individually or as a group. The platform provides customers with well curated daily outlines to ensure that they make the most of their travel and enjoy each experience without having to rush through many locations in a short span of time,” said Mr. Leloup.
A key highlight of the platform is that it incorporates free attractions and paid-for hence offering customers an easy-to-use itinerary which includes locations, estimated time and costs where applicable. A customer with a new or existing flight booking can still benefit from the offering of the platform.
Besides the platform, Emirates customers can enjoy exclusive offers and discounts at over 500 locations simply by showing their boarding pass.
“Between 1 May to September 2022, we are giving customers staying in Dubai or those just passing through exclusive offers to dine for less in some of the city’s best restaurants, get discounts at big‑name stores and the best attractions, and relax at tranquil spas,” said Mr. Leloup.
Dubai – which is home to over 200 nationalities – has revised its COVID-19 entry requirements and all visitors must present proof of full vaccination or recent recovery from COVID-19, or a negative PCR COVID-19 test. Mask-wearing remains mandatory in all indoor public venues but is optional in outdoor spaces.