Now that you have decided to visit Dubai from Qatar, you might be thinking about the visit visa requirements to enter Dubai. This comprehensive guide not only covers that, but also other important topics like the measures enforced after the COVID 19 outbreak, some important information about Dubai visit visa for Qatar residents and more.WhatsApp An Expert Learn More >
On arrival national 30 days On arrival national 30 days
On arrival national 90 days On arrival national 90 days
On arrival national 90 days
Residence Visaif you are transferring from Qatar to Dubai for finding a job, your employer will apply for your residence visa after you have secured your job. Currently, all visit visa holders convert their visa status without exiting UAE.
Student VisaTo be eligible for this visa, the individual must hold an official offer letter from any UAE-based university. Student visas are issued in two types:
|Tourist - short term(single entry)||476 km|
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|Tourist - long term(single entry)||386 km|
|Tourist - long term(multiple entry)||392 km|
Medical VisaInternational patients can avail medical treatment from any public or private sector medical organization in UAE by securing a medical visa.
Mission VisaIssued for individuals seeking short-term project-based employment in Dubai and is issued by the Dubai-based firm.
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A symbolic link between old and new Dubai, the frame is the biggest of its kind in the world standing a massive 500 feet high. Guest can go up in the glass lift to a clear glass flyover that promises panoramic views.
Ski Dubai will make you believe that enjoying the snow is even possible indoors. Give snowboarding and skiing a try and have a wonderful time inside Dubai Mall’s snow theme park.
A theme park catering for all ages but frequented by families, it is located a bit away from Dubai city. Concerts, kid-friendly rides, attractions and food from different countries of the world are some of the popular activities of this fair that operates between November and the start of May.
Camel Race Track
A must visit if you love experiencing the heritage of theUAE, Al Marmoom racetrack is a good place to observe one of the gulf’s most prestigious timepass. You will not only be amazed by the speed of the camels but also how technologically advanced this sport has become.
Admire the impeccable Dubai Marina and Jumeirah Beach as you enjoy solo or tandem riding with Xline Dubai’s ziplines. Feel like a bird flying 560 feet over gorgeous Dubai as you have a thrilling time zooming down one of the world’s longest and fastest zip lines.
Get your sunbathing fix in one of Kite beach’s many sun chairs, stroll along the vast stretch of soft sand, swim in the clear water or have a game of beach volleyball. Kite beach is the place to be for beach lovers.
Walking along the streets of Dubai’s spice souk will awaken your senses with colorful displays of every spice imaginable and their heavenly smell. Stroll for free, shop for anything from spices to souvenirs, take an Abra ride or simply admire the beauty of old Dubai.
The curved-top tents with skylights that let you glance at the starry sky while dozing off is one of the highlights of this luxurious bedouin camp. Surrounded by sand dunes, there are even telescopes to enjoy the night sky while experiencing luxurious bedouin living.
Al Fahidi District
Resembling a quaint Dubai settlement, Al Fahidi is Dubai’s oldest district and manages to prove it with how well preserved it is. Away from all the traffic, you will have enough time to admire the sand colored buildings, wind towers and more.
With over 1200 shops and a variety of other entertainment options, it is no doubt that Dubai Mall is the world’s largest mall. Attracting more visitors than the city of New York, you shouldn’t miss it either.
The tallest building in the world also offers the best views of Dubai city and beyond from its observation deck, At the Top. If you are sensitive to heights then we suggest you stay away. Book your tickets ahead of time as the deck gets full real quick.
This is the most photographed mosque because of its breathtaking white-colored medieval architecture that looks all the more stunning when the sun is dipping below the horizon. The mosque permits visitors, including non-muslims for 6 days a week.
Its recent expansion has deemed it the biggest waterpark. With the lazy river, exhilarating rides, a private beach and fun attractions, the waterpark has something for all ages.
Over 60 fun rides paired with 15,000 lego recreations, the park brings to life 6 different lego dioramas. Ideal for kids and adults, the theme park was built using approximately 60 million legos. You can choose to enjoy the indoor or outdoor attractions.
This museum is a must visit if you would love to educate yourself on how the UAE was formed by joining the 7 Emirates. The museum is built in the area where the pact of uniting the 7 Emirates was finalised in 1971.
Dubai Opera House
Situated opposite the Burj Khalifa and the dancing fountains, this ultra-modern opera house hosts a variety of shows. Get cosy with a drink from the rooftop bar and enjoy a musical, comedy, ballet performances, family shows and concerts.
Trumping the fountains in Vegas is the world’s tallest fountain that shoots water 500 feet high. Surrounded by the 30-acre large Burj Lake, the free water shows are choreographed to the music of international singers and are a must watch.
If you don’t mind the heights, dinner at this restaurant will bless you with not only scrumptious food but also spectacular views. Fasten your seatbelts and enjoy your dinner prepared by Westin Dubai and Le Meridien Mina Seyahi as the restaurant slowly rotates.
Lining the Dubai creek, it is the district where old meets new. Spanning 1.1 miles long, the area is divided into the past and future. A visit here will give you the chance to observe the hustle and bustle or have a meal in any of the many cafes.
Expo 2020 Dubai
Located between Dubai and Abu Dhabi, guests can experience outdoor performances, displays of art and culture, exhibitions of innovative architecture. Get lost in the 483-hectare large Expo city and learn more.
If you are an adrenaline junkie, this is definitely one way to experience Dubai. Beginners can opt for tandem jumping while experts can choose to dive solo.
Fly with Falcons
Soar amidst the clouds and spot unique desert creatures strolling below. Your pilot is experienced in falconry too. This is an ideal adventure if you want to celebrate something special while in Dubai.
SItuated in the Shindagha neighbourhood of Dubai that used to be the traditional hub of Dubai. The perfume museum showcases the traditional methods of perfumery and gives you a good insight into perfume trading.
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From May 1 2017 onwards, Indian passport holders (with minimum 6 months validity from date of arrival) who pass the eligibility criteria will obtain a UAE on-arrival visa. This will permit them for a 14 day stay for the cost of 120 AED (can change) which can be extended for an additional 14 days for the cost of 250 AED (subject to change). To be eligible, the Indian passport holder must have either of the following:
Yes, you can contact the Arabiers team and we will get you a visa within 4 to 8 hours with Flydubai.
You can either visit the smart service site and check with your passport details or visit the amer site and check with your file number. You can perform any UAE visa status enquiry by visiting any of these two sites.
No, you can’t. The UAE government has handed over the responsibility to airlines (Emirates, Etihad, FlyDubai, etc) and tourism companies like Arabiers. They don’t accept any direct applications.
As per the cabinet resolution passed in July 2018, any children below 18 years of age who are travelling with adults are eligible for a free visa between July 15 and September 15 every year.
Unfortunately, it is not available now. From April 29 2016 onwards, GCC residence permit holders are required to apply for a UAE visa before visiting Dubai.
Individuals above 18 years old are allowed to travel alone. However, children below 18 years of age must travel with an adult. If either or both of their parents are employed in UAE then a Dubai visit visa can be issued with their details and birth certificate. After the visa is confirmed, an Unaccompanied minors ticket can be booked via a preferred airline.