Eid al-Adha Visa-free destinations for UAE residents 2023

Since Eid Al Adha is in June 2023, UAE residents will expect a six-day extended weekend. The following dates are expected: June 28, 29, and 30. Arafat Day, which has been proclaimed a public holiday, will take place on June 27, one day before Eid al-Adha.

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Eid Al Adha vacation 2023

Residents would have a total of six days off, if Arafat Day, Eid Al Adha, and the official UAE weekend were combined, Over the long weekend of Eid al-Fitr last month, as travel costs dramatically increased. As residents were increasingly looking for places to go without a visa.

Dubai Airports deals with travellers during holiday seasons

During Eid al-Fitr, more than 200,000 travellers passed through Dubai Airports in a single day. 110,000 of these travellers were arrivals.

To address the rise in travel costs, more flights were added to numerous popular locations.

In order to accommodate the increased demand more than 110,000 passengers were anticipated to fly with the airline over the holiday season , Also Emirates added 38 additional flights across six GCC locations.

Visa free destinations UAE
Visa free destinations UAE- Eid-al adha 2023

Non-visa destinations for UAE citizens

Here is a list of countries where travellers with a valid UAE visa do not need a visa to enter. The Eid al-Adha vacations are anticipated to fall in the middle of this month.

  • Georgia
  • Maldives
  • Mauritius
  • Armenia
  • Kyrgyzstan
  • Azerbaijan

Visa-free travel destinations

  1. Nepal
  2. Montenegro
  3. Seychelles
  4. Sri Lanka
  5. Serbia
  6. Japan
  7. Singapore
  8. Thailand
  9. Malaysia

Low-cost and visa- friendly destinations for UAE citizens

According to trends this year, travellers from the UAE are looking to travel abroad at levels that are much higher than they were this time last year, according to online travel service Musafir.com.

People are looking for low-cost and visa-friendly vacation spots as they make their holiday plans. Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan are gaining ground with Singapore, Kenya, Thailand, and Malaysia, as well as other CIS nations like Azerbaijan, Georgia, and Armenia.

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