After months of COVID-19 induced lockdown, the world is slowly on the mend, cities are opening up, people are stepping out for walks, going out to eat or visiting coffee shops. But, even as we step out, all of us are geared up with masks, gloves and sanitizers. As cities and countries lift the lockdown, many are also starting international travel making it easier for people to start travelling for work or go back to their homes after months of being stuck. One of these cites is Dubai.
On July 7th, Dubai is opening its borders to international tourists and visitors, whilst continuing its commitment to assure the safety and well-being of all, implementing new, transparent and easy to follow travel guidelines.
After announcing the reopening Issam Kazim, CEO of Dubai Corporation for Tourism and Commerce Marketing (DCTCM), said: “As we look forward to welcoming tourists to Dubai in July, the new travel guidelines reinforce our commitment to not only provide visitors with a well-rounded destination experience but also ensure their health and safety and that of all communities within the city. We appreciate the trust that millions from around the globe have placed in us by including Dubai in their must-visit destination list each year and want to assure our guests of Dubai’s operational readiness to ensure their well-being when it is deemed safe for them to visit.”
Dubai has always been a tourist attraction and with this reopening, they are hoping to go back on top of every travel lovers list. Everything from public and hotel beaches, shopping malls, restaurants, swimming pools, water and golf courses to waterparks is reopening along with popular activities like water sports and camping.