November 2022 Dubai Travel News
As the T20 Cricket world cup came to a close, The football world cup fever has gripped the UAE. Not to mention the ever-exciting Abu Dhabi formula one race, and the upcoming rugby 7’s. In this edition, we have featured one of the world’s most iconic hotels, the Atlantis. We will also dive deep into the mesmerising bedouin culture safari and look ahead to some incredible events coming up in Dubai and Abu Dhabi.
Atlantis The Royal – Opening its doors in March 2023
The new iconic landmark of Dubai, Atlantis The Royal welcomes you to an experience that will completely redefine your perspective of luxury. Crafted by the world’s leading designers, architects, and artists, this is a destination where everything has been designed to challenge the boundaries of imagination.
Be taken on a journey of the impossible, with artful masterpieces, iconic entertainment, and beautiful craftsmanship at every turn. Where the highest level of service sets a new standard of excellence. This is the place where something incredible happens at every moment of your stay. The Landmark property aims to combine extraordinary stays with culinary mastery, iconic nightlife, record-breaking attractions, and transformative wellness.
Welcoming guests in March 2023. Contact team Timeless Trails for more information and inquiries.
Abu Dhabi Grand Prix
The Annual Abu Dhabi Grand Prix took place on the 20th of November 2022. Being one of the first major global sporting events taking place post the lifting of all COVID-related restrictions, F1 enthusiasts flocked to Abu Dhabi to be part of a historic event.
Atlantis, The Palm
Nestled between the calm turquoise waters of the Arabian Gulf and the majestic Dubai skyline, Atlantis, The Palm is the crown of the world-famous Palm Island in Dubai. Whether you’re staying in our world-renowned resort, dining in one of our award-winning celebrity chef restaurants, or feeling the rush at the world’s largest waterpark, Atlantis Aquaventure or be mesmerized by 65,000 marine animals at The Lost Chambers Aquarium
The Bedouin Culture Safari
Immerse yourself in the ultimate cultural experience with this hands-on desert safari. See firsthand how the Bedouins lived and survived the desert – by camel and even by vintage Land Rover.
At a nomadic-inspired camp, you will meet with Bedouin storytellers and a friendly Saluki dog and falcon. Learn how our Emirati ancestors used to herd, hunt, and thrive by using their resources. Experience a traditional Emirati breakfast and join in authentic Bedouin performances. This experiential morning is sure to give you insight into the rich culture and heritage of the United Arab Emirates and the people that made it the beautiful country it is.
Happening Soon in the UAE
Emirates Dubai 7s – Nov 30/Dec 02
There’s no doubt that the Emirates Dubai 7s is one of the largest sports and entertainment festivals in the Middle East. Bigger and better every year, the tournament sees the best international men’s and women’s rugby teams go head-to-head for the coveted trophies.
Abu Dhabi T10 – Nov 23/Dec 04
Abu Dhabi Cricket (ADC) is home to the thrilling Abu Dhabi T10 series, the world’s only 10-over cricket tournament! It brings together over 120 of world cricket’s biggest names to compete in the game’s fastest format. The sixth edition of this highly popular cricket spectacular will be held this year in the UAE capital.
Andrea Bocelli – Live In Concert – Nov 24
Andrea Bocelli will return to Abu Dhabi for the first time since 2019 to perform at Etihad Park. The Italian tenor is the biggest-selling classical artist of all time and promises to deliver an unforgettable performance at the iconic Yas Island venue. Produced by Flash Entertainment, the Etihad Park show promises an unmissable experience for music afficionados.
The Lion King – Nov 16/Dec 10
For the first time ever in the region, The Lion King is coming to Yas Island, Abu Dhabi exclusively at Etihad Arena. Now in its 25th year, The Lion King is the most popular stage musical in the world. Since its Broadway premiere in 1997, it has been witnessed by nearly 110 million people in over 100 cities across 21 countries. The Lion King is an unparalleled theatrical experience that thrills the senses. Relevant to today’s audiences through its universal themes. In the words of The New York Times, ‘There is simply nothing else like it’.