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Is January a good time to go to Dubai?

Is January a good time to go to Dubai?

Visiting Dubai in January – April With cloudless blue skies, hot temperatures and a festival calendar that’s packed with events, this is an excellent time to visit Dubai, though you’ll have to contend with other visitors who come for the same reason.

Is it hot enough to sunbathe in Dubai in January?

It is warm enough to sunbathe between 10.30 and 3.30 and the temperature is usually early to mid 20soC; outside of those times the sun is too low in the sky and the shadows too long.

Is it sunny in Dubai in January?

How Hot Is Dubai In January? January’s temperatures have daily highs of around 24°C throughout the month and the possibility of exceeding 28°C. However, daily low temperatures are around 15°C and can fall below 12°C on a particularly cold day. During January the average sunshine hours are around eight hours.

How should I dress in Dubai in January?

What to wear in Dubai in winter? If you are visiting Dubai in the winter months such as December and January, you should pack some warmer clothes as well. It’s usually very warm during the day when a t-shirt will suffice but can get quite cold in the evening and at night.

Can you swim in Dubai in January?

You can swim all year round in Dubai In January, the sea temperature is a little cool with around 20°C (68°F) but you can always fall back to one of the many hotel pools that are often heated in winter.

Is Dubai busy in January?

While you’re likely to enjoy comfortable temperatures throughout the winter months, visiting from December through February is the peak of high season, when lines tend to be very long and the crowds are often thick, especially during January and early February due to the Dubai Shopping Festival.

What’s the coldest month in Dubai?

Dubai’s weather is warm all year round with two distinct summer and winter seasons. The lowest average temperatures are around 20⁰C in January, while the summer months (between June and August) have averages of around 30⁰C.