A must destination for Kenyans visiting Dubai this Easter

Easter is a great time for one to travel– with a long weekend from work and the children home for the April holidays. For the Kenyans looking for an international destination to spend Easter this year, then Dubai is the city to visit.

Only 6 hours from Kenya and with availability of direct flights, Dubai is the most affordable international destination where you can indulge in shopping, entertainment and activities for the entire family to enjoy.

Below are some of the activities you should try out when you visit Dubai this Easter.

Hub Zero

Holidays are made of unique experiences and the Hub Zero  is definitely that. The family attraction is an entertainment complex in Dubai’s City Walk, that families, couples or singles can enjoy this Easter. The gaming and virtual reality scene in Kenya has only just begun to come up, sofor those who would like to experience it right away, then make a beeline for a holiday in Dubai.

Split into several unique sections, Hub Zero offers a plethora of activities like laser tag, a 4D theatre, driving experiences, andan area optimized for the most passionate of gamers. There’s even something for the little ones, in the children’s centre at Crazy Dave’s Garden.

Dhow Dinner Cruise

Cruising down Dubai creek is anexperience unto itself – indulge in dinner on a Dhow Dinner Cruise along the fascinating Dubai creek this Easter, with music and entertainment to enjoy with the family.Tour and travel companies such as Stejos Tours and Travel or BonfireAdventures offerthe Dhow Dinner Cruise as part of their Easter packages. A typical dhow cruise lasts for about 2 hours offering amazing scenes of the magnificent Dubai skyline and a quality setting for you and your family or spouse.

Desert Safari

A real must-do when visiting Dubai, dune bashing is a fun-filled way to see the desert. Numerous tour companies operate trips into the sands, which offers packages that include an exciting late afternoon trip through the dunes of the Dubai Desert Conservation Reserve, followed by a barbecue dinner under the stars and activities including camel rides and traditional entertainment.

Easter egg hunts

Every year, Dubai has egg-citing activities for families, groups and singles. Easter egg hunts are huge in the city with hotels such as Atlantis marking Easter Sunday with the biggest Egg Hunt. The Palm Atlantis has over 50,000 colorful painted eggs hidden around the resort that will make Easter memorable for the children. For adults, a dive down in the Ambassador Lagoon offers a unique Underwater Egg Hunt experience, as you get to scuba your way into the home of 65,000 aquatic creatures.

LEGOLAND  Water Park

A trip to the LEGOLAND Water Park is an experience that the kids should not miss out on. The water park is the only water park in the region designed specifically for kids aged 2-12 and their families.

The kids will have more than 20 water slides and attractions to choose from, each offering a different and fun-soaked experience. Moreover, LEGOLAND Water Park includes a full range of amenities,