Things you Should Know About Dubai Travel Guidelines

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By Kaleem Ullah

As we all know, Dubai is a famous tourist destination; where every year a lot of tourists travel from all over the world. The beautiful city is known for its amazing architecture and infrastructure. Dubai is also home to the world’s tallest building; Burj khalifa. But after the pandemic, a lot of countries have imposed some travelling guidelines; especially for tourists. So for making your travel hassle-free and enjoyable; we have found out some of the important things before you plan to travel to Dubai as per Dubai travel guidelines. As post corona period here are some of the things one should keep in mind while they travel to Dubai.

What is the Quarantine period in Dubai?

So for all the travellers travelling to Dubai from different countries; post the corona period. They have to get an RT-PCR test on the Sharjah Airport itself and should wait for the results. Until the results do not come out, the passengers are requested to quarantine themselves. If in any case, the results turn out to be positive; the travellers have to self-quarantine themselves for 14 days by following all the instructions of the Ministry of Health and prevention.

Which airlines are flying to Dubai?

Almost all the reputed airlines fly to Dubai from different countries. You can check out the tickets online on various portals; compare the price of the tickets and get the best deals by booking your tickets way before you are travelling to the country. Make sure you carry all the need to board documents to the airport. Like post corona, a negative RT-PCR report of 48 hours is required in many countries before you board the flight.

Indigo, Vistara, and Spicejet should be your choices if you’re visiting Dubai from India.

Which airlines are flying to Dubai?

Requirements for all travelers; travelling to Dubai

There are some rules which are given by the UAE government for travellers; travelling to Dubai. The newest guidelines were given on the 5th of Sep, 2021; the guidelines are as follows for travellers and residents of the country-

For Vaccinated travellers

If the vaccinated travellers are travelling from the ” green countries” ( you can find a list of countries mentioned under green countries); they have to take an RT-PCR test on arrival and on the 6th day of their stay. However, the passengers do not need to quarantine themselves.

If the passengers are travelling from any other country; then they are required to take an RT-PCR test on the day of arrival and on the 4th day of their stay. Also, the passengers do not need to quarantine themselves.

Unvaccinated travellers

The passengers travelling from the green countries need to take an RT-PCR test on the day of arrival, on the 6th day and on the 12th day of arrival. Also, the passengers do not need to quarantine themselves.

Unvaccinated passengers travelling from any other country than the ones mentioned in the green countries. Have to go through an RT-PCR on the day of arrival and quarantine themselves for 10 days, and have to go through an RT-PCR test again on the 9th day.

Also, travellers are mandated to submit negative RT-PCR reports on Dubai airport; which should be taken within 48 hours of travel.

Quarantine Dubai Travel Guidelines for Travellers

You should carry a negative RT-PCR report which should not be longer than 96 hours. Also, you may be asked to test on arrival in Dubai, which also should be negative. If you are tested again at Dubai airport; you should quarantine yourself till you receive your results.

If by chance you get a positive RT-PCR report; you should self-quarantine yourself; by following all the instructions given by the Dubai health authority. However, if you test negative you do not need to quarantine yourself.

Penalty for violating the Quarantine rules

If you are found violating the rules of self-quarantine; and endangering the lives of other people in the country. You may be fined a penalty of AED 50,000.

Is it safe to travel to Dubai now?

Dubai is open to tourists again. And by following the Dubai travel guidelines and rules of the UAE government to the passengers. Anyone can travel to Dubai now. The country follows some strict Dubai travel guidelines for all the passengers travelling; therefore one must definitely obey the rules imposed by the country. Should use sanitisers and mask at all times. However, it is extremely safe to travel to Dubai as of now. As the country has well-controlled the pandemic; and have only a few cases of corona for now.

Things that are open in Dubai?

Almost, all the things are open for tourists in Dubai. Be it the adventure sports, cafes, malls, hotels etc, everything is open and coming back to normal with time. However, you need to follow the Dubai travel guidelines which different places hold.

Therefore, you won’t miss any fun or adventure if you visit Dubai at this point in time. So hurry and book tickets to your dream city today.

Take Away

As things are getting better after the corona period. Dubai has also opened the city for tourists and travellers. Just make sure you follow all the Dubai travel guidelines while exploring the city. Also, if you are looking for a fully pre-planned trip; which takes care of your travel stays and sightseeing. You should definitely consider booking your trip from Roaming Routes.

We get you the best deals, also the most exciting journey to Dubai. The organisation has been curating trips to domestic and international destinations for more than 15 years now. And with a great amount of experience in the service industry; we just give you the best. You can also get a fully customized Dubai vacation package; exactly according to your needs and wishes.

However, if you need more information about the different destinations Roaming routes cover too. Or to the terms and policies which the company follows. Check out our official site Roaming Routes, and book your dream vacation today.

Also Read: 4 Best Attractions for Kids in Dubai in 2021

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