Honeymoons in Dubai

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Dubai Overview

Deciding where to go on your honeymoon can be extremely difficult.  Pleasing the two of you is a priority, and honeymooners who want a destination filled with beauty and luxuries will definitely enjoy a honeymoon in Dubai.  The city is one that offers all the wonderful faucets that make honeymoon dreams come true.

A honeymoon in Dubai can be everything you dream of.  With rich white sandy beaches and ancient temples and museums, desert safaris, spa resorts and plenty of greenery and shopping you have the best of all worlds.  Dubai is glamour and glitz and romance and intimacy.  Enjoy the splendor of the temples and mosques and beautiful atmosphere from a hot air balloon ride or on land.  Indulge in the unique indoor ski resort.  Or relax on the gentle beaches that are splendidly romantic.  Dubai is a honeymoon that can last in your hearts forever.

Key Facts for Dubai

Currency: UAE dirham

Flight time: 3 hours from Delhi

When to Honeymoon in Dubai

When to Go: The best time to honeymoon to Dai is during the months of November to March when the temperatures are cooler.

Flight Info:  Several airlines operate between India and Dubai.  From New Delhi you’ll be offered various carriers, which includes flights from Qatar Airways.  

Currency:  UAE Durham

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Getting Married in Dubai

 A destination wedding in Dubai offers an unforgettable experience.  Dubai is a land where luxuries blend with natural beauty and the nights are filled with glistening stars.  Couples will enjoy a world of amazement with sumptuous food and an array of things to do and see.  Weddings can take in one of its many marvelous surroundings or venues such as a church or resort hotels with a splendid magnificence of their own. 

Marriage Requirements


Couples that wish to wed in Dubai will need to reside there for no less than 21 days.  Only religious wedding ceremonies are legal in Dubai.  Documents that are required include valid passports, proof that each is free both of you are free to marry, and full birth certificates.  You will also need to provide baptism certificates and passport sized photos of the two of you.  Two witnesses are also required.  To gather more information, please click HERE.

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