Valentine’s Day 2020: 5 Budget Friendly Getaways From Dubai (Under AED 2000)

While a Valentine’s Day bouquet of long-stemmed roses and a box of chocolates can undoubtedly set the stage for romance, nothing is quite as swoon-worthy and memorable as a romantic trip made for two. This Valentine’s Day discover some of the most romantic destinations from Dubai, under AED 2000. Besides, these are just under four hours from Dubai!

Tajawal, the Dubai-based online flight and hotel booking platform is offering fabulous travel services inclusive of flights, hotels, transfers and sightseeing. So, pick from one of the five destinations and get packing!

1. Maldives

Known for its crystal-clear waters and tropical climate, Maldives is an ideal destination for couples looking to spend a relaxing Valentine’s weekend amidst pristine beaches and turquoise lagoons. With minimal chances of rainfall in February, Maldives offer a wealth of activities for all tastes, ranging from snorkeling and scuba-diving to swimming, surfing, and sunbathing. Return flights from Dubai to Maldives are available from AED 1,925 per person.

2. Oman

Loaded with a host of adventure activities and vibrant historic culture, Oman is an ideal destination for a quintessential romantic getaway. If you’re looking for a cliff-top or a quiet spot, the beach or the garden, then Muscat is the perfect spot for you and your better half. With cool temperatures in February, Oman offers an authentic Arabian cultural experience. Return flights from Dubai to Muscat are available from AED 677 per person.

 

3. Cyprus

Honoured in Greek legend as the birthplace of Aphrodite, Cyprus is known for its fascinating history of archaeological sites, making it the ideal destination for nature lovers and history buffs alike. Explore the ancient castles, marvel at the beauty of the waterfalls and get the chance to see exciting sea caves no matter what time of the year it is. Return flights from Dubai to Cyprus are available from AED 1,395 per person.

4. Georgia

Explore the Georgian Capital, Tbilisi to admire the city’s iconic landmarks. Make sure to stroll down Rustaveli Avenue and explore the beautiful architecture of the Opera House and the Rustaveli Theater. Georgia’s climate is quite diverse, with the Caucasus mountains and the Black Sea both playing a part in the differing conditions.

Visit Tbilisi in Georgia from Dubai

Tbilisi, Georgia (Source: Georgia and Travel Facebook)

Moreover, there are medieval-styled cathedrals as well as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Svetitskhoveli Cathedral at Mtskheta. The settings look straight out of a picturesque painting and are a sight to behold. And lastly, if you want to enjoy some quiet time, head to the countryside. From lush green mountains with snowcapped peaks, canyons and therapeutic springs, country regions are sheer visual beauties you must experience.

Return flights from Dubai to Tbilisi are available from AED 1,005 per person.

Also Read: We Traveled To Georgia With Our 7-Month Old Baby & It Was The Best Decision Ever

5. Azerbaijan

Baku is among the cities popular for romantic trips. The cobblestone streets, narrow winding alleys, boutique houses, and tons of local shops, cafes and restaurants, make this place a perfect place for romantics. Baku is a real blend of the east and west and that gives foodies a host of options to binge on. Moreover, Azerbaijan hosts nine of the eleven climatic zones. Unlike other European countries that only get around 4 months of summer, Azerbaijan has a very varied climate landscape, which means that the weather here is always great. You get to experience your European summer all year round.

Baku

And lastly, Baku also  boasts of modern architecture while still having elements of it previous heyday in the walled city of Icheri Seher which is UNESCO World Heritage site that dates back to the 12th century. But one of the most unique things about Azerbaijan is that it has the most number of mud volcanoes in the entire world.

Return flights from Dubai to Baku are available from AED 1,200 per person.

Vaishnavi Venkataraman
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