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Dubai Tourism offers exciting spring break treats


Dubai, one of the most visited countries in the world, is set to provide Nigerians a world-class tourist experience through Dubai Tourism; a company authorised to liaise with the country’s tourism board and fun seekers in Nigeria. Dubai is the ultimate destination for a memorable getaway with friends, families and business associates.

The spring being a transitional season between winter and summer provides the right opportunity for parents to give their children a life time treat before schools resume, while entrepreneurs, corporate organisations and executives use the period to unwind and network with people from other countries.

Shoppers from Nigeria will benefit from quality side attractions, as the world’s tallest building is a major site viewed from Dubai Mall. With more than 1,200 retail outlets across 1.1 million square metres and with top brands such as Armani and Zara positioned inside the magnificent mall, shoppers are assured of value for their money. While parents shop for clothes, books, electronics and other items, the children can enjoy the Dubai Aquarium, underwater zoo, Sega Republic and Kidzania contraptions.


There is a massive thrill playground for the young and old at the Dubai Parks and Resorts. The facility allows visitors to relive childhood memories and fantasies.

Speaking on the Spring offering, Director Africa, Dubai Tourism, Stella Obinwa, said: “Visitors to Dubai would this Spring be immersed in a world of excitement like never before, as Dubai Tourism has a treat for everyone: parents, children, businessmen and women, corporate visitors and anyone who wants to have a great time.

“Nigerians are hardworking people who spend almost 360 days of the year at work, but Dubai Tourism is creating avenues where work meets play and networking leads to formidable relationship,” she said.

According to the Africa Director, “children would not be left out during this Spring, as the IMG Worlds of Adventure themed entertainment destination promises visitors from around the world the excitement of four epic adventure zones in one location. Two of the four zones represent renowned global brands Cartoon Network and Marvel, while IMG Boulevard and the Lost Valley – Dinosaur Adventure zones – are original concepts created by the IMG group.

IMG World of Adventure featuring a unique array of adrenaline-pumping roller coasters thrill rides and spine-tingling attractions based on popular Cartoon Network characters, iconic Marvel Super Heroes and hair-raising dinosaurs.

Tourists are expected to: shop at the popular Dubai Mall, experience the amazing Dubai Parks and Resorts, learn the ropes at Aventura Parks, relive the Atlantean adventure at Atlantis, visit The Palm, feed the turtles at Jumeirah Al Naseem, enjoy rich flavours at brunch, conquer the dunes of the Safari Desert, chase the sun at Kite Beach and meet a sloth at The Green Planet.


Fun lovers will also experience the popular Turtle Lagoon at ‘Jumeirah Al Naseem’ and learn more about the Hawksbill turtle, which is native to the Middle East and an endangered species with an estimated 8,000 nesting females left worldwide. Children can swim with dolphins, try out the rides at ‘Aquaventure’ – one of the best waterparks in the Middle East. Visitors are expected to discover incredible marine life at the ‘Lost Chambers Aquarium.’

Dubai Tourism provides Nigerians with the best relaxation spots in the world. The company has over the years enabled millions of Nigerians to enjoy the full benefits of tourism and other value.

Nigerians travel to Dubai regularly for different purposes, but tourism remains a major reason, as Dubai is regarded and continues to attract people as the most beautiful city in the world.Every year, Dubai Tourism makes the dreams of many come true by leaving visitors with a rewarding experience that last a life time.


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