Frequently asked questions about tour services

SkyCode Travel act as a travel experienced travel agency to plan your holidays in Dubai. Our team is happy to assist you with your inquiries and to help fulfilling all travel related information and services. Please contact us for more detailed information.

Why choose Skycode travel services?

Our experienced team can fulfill all your specific requirements and prepare a custom-tailored travel package for your family and corporate requirements.
SkyCode Travel can optimize and save your cost up to 30% in a minutes through travel industry exclusive partnership programs. We have saved a lot more during our jorney and operations in Dubai for our valued travelers over the years.
Advance backend technology to ensure instant deployment of travel packages, airline bookings and accurate tracking of activities.
Our experts are trained to the highest standards to ensure an exciting and memorable journey to Dubai, with no limitations and stress.
SkyCode Travel dedicated response account managers that save you time and stay one step ahead of your journey needs 24/7.
We will handle all of your Dubai travel formalities and documentations: Including custom travel policies to invoices. We create a workflow that slots into your daily timetable environment.
SkyCode Travel have built a strong relationships throughout the global and local travel network, from airlines to chauffeurs to hoteliers and beyond.

Frequently asked questions by travelers

Visa requirements for entering Dubai vary greatly between different nationalities, the purpose of your planned visit and its duration. We always advise to check regulations before traveling. In most cases, US Passport holders can obtain a visa upon arrival. The UAE Ministry of Interior provides an online visa system for expatriates residing in GCC countries and need to visit UAE.
  • Banks: Sunday – Thursday 8am – 1pm
  • Shopping Malls: Saturday – Thursday 10am – 10pm; Friday – 4pm – 11pm
  • Souks: Saturday – Thursday 10am – 1pm and 4pm – 10pm; Friday – 4pm – 2:30pm

Duty Free Allowances include the following:

  • Cigarettes: 400
  • Cigars: 2 kilograms
  • Tobacco: 2 kilograms
  • Liquor: 2 liters of spirits OR 2 liters of wine for personal consumptional

Many of the world’s finest goods are available at prices well below what you would pay in other countries. Tax-free open market means bargains galore. Bargaining is commonly practiced and recommended particularly in the souks. Traditional souvenirs include Arabian coffee pots, silver and brass swords or khanjars, silver and wooden miniature dhows, Arabic chests, soapstone figures, antique silver jewelry, Persian carpets and gold jewelry.

The UAE has a tropical and arid climate for about 8 months of the year. You will enjoy day after day of glorious sunshine and unbroken blue skies.
Temperatures are at their lowest December, January, and February and then steadily climb. April is still ok but by May it’s getting hot and you spend less time outdoors. June is hot and hideously humid, July, August, and September are hotter again and even more humid. Humidity levels can get unbearable reaching up to around 80-90% mid-summer.

Tourists to the UAE should dress modestly, particularly in conservative areas and public places. Clothing should not be transparent, indecently exposing parts of the body or displaying offensive pictures or slogans. Both men and women might feel more comfortable wearing loose-fitting clothes that cover shoulders, arms, and legs. Women traveling in the UAE are not expected to cover their heads or wear traditional Muslim attire. When visiting a mosque, women will be asked to respect the Muslim tradition and wear an abaya and cover their heads. Any form of nakedness is strictly prohibited; including topless sunbathing. Swimwear should not be worn in any other area outside the beach, water parks or swimming pools. Emiratis dress conservatively in traditional dress and can be offended when people dress inappropriately or not in accordance with Islamic values.

The Public Bus Transport system in Dubai System is advanced and multi directional. Bus fares are paid by purchasing a NoI card before getting onto the bus. They are available at Dubai Metro Stations, few other bus stations, and RTA outlets.
Dubai’s taxi system is one of the most often used and most popular means of public transport. Taxis are one of the fastest ways of wandering around the city, especially to places that are not well-connected by the metro. There are both government-operated and private cab companies.
Dubai Metro
Dubai metro network is the most advance in the world and has a several lines to reach most available attractions within the city.
Water taxi
Launched in recent years, Dubai water taxi connects old city with the newly developed and tourist attraction sites within the city. Equipped with safety equipments and modern motor boats.
The first phase of Dubai’s latest transport scheme involves the world’s first tram that runs with ground power, feeding on the entire line, without the requirement of electrical overhead wires.