night view of the Dubai Fountains, taken from Dubai Mall back to Souk al Bahar

June in Dubai: Hot, happening & crowd-free fun!

by Dubai Travel Planner

Everything you need to know about visiting Dubai in June

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Whilst most of the northern hemisphere is gently gliding into the warm summer months in June, Dubai has already dived in head first!

Temperatures are already scorching hot, and for the most part, life in Dubai has moved indoors to handle the extreme heat in June.

The good news for June visitors to Dubai, is tourism numbers fall from their spring peak and before the summer REALLY starts. This means there are bargains to be had and queue-free attractions to enjoy, so let’s dive into the detail what to expect in Dubai this June.

Dubai Weather in June

The temperature in Dubai moves from hot to even hotter with an average daily maximum of 39.8°C (103.6°F).

Still, it’s not unusual to experience significantly hotter days up to 47.9°C (118.2°F), as well as days with higher than normal humidity. Temperatures drop to an average of 27.7°C (81.9°F) overnight.

Sea temperatures also rise from 30.4°C (87.8°F) up to 33°C (90.4°F) – you won’t get much reprieve from jumping in the sea but most hotel resorts should have chillers on their pools to keep the water refreshing.

You can read our complete guide to Dubai Weather in June here, as well as our suggested ideas of what to pack for Dubai in June.

Is June too hot in Dubai?

This is really a matter of personal preference and what you have planned for Dubai.

For the most part, it’s too hot to be out and about at the beach or tackling the desert in June during the peak of the day, but not impossible.

If you don’t mind sweating a little, evenings out are still manageable, albeit many restaurants close their outdoor terraces in the hottest months of the year, and many seasonal events have closed.

You can read more about what to expect in summer in Dubai here.

What you will find is that you can pick up a bargain on your accommodation from June through to August.

Hotels still look to fill their rooms in the off-peak season and you’ll certainly avoid the peak crowds in June.

Waterparks and water-based attractions still remain quite busy in June too, though as water temperatures rise over the month even these outdoor activities can become unbearable for some.

Burj Al Arab along the soft go9lden beach front in Dubai in may
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Dubai Special Events June 2022

As most activity has now moved indoors, there is a slow down in large festivals and events over the hottest summer months. You can still experience these fun indoor and outdoor experiences in June 2022:

  • Super Sports Summer Run – active sports don’t stop in Dubai just becausse its hot. Starting very early in the day 5 June 2022 this extreme sports challenge sees a 3k, 5k & 10k desert running challenge.
  • Fancy an Arctic run, in the desert? Yep, it’s Dubai of course you can do that. The actions happening at SkiDubai on 11 June 2022, starting early in the morning.
  • Super Sports Night Run – the last of the seasn, catch the city sights by night while keeping fit 22 June 2022
  • Art enthiastists won’t want to miss Aura Art Fair at Alserkal Avenue on 18 June 2022, show casing over 60 artists and vendors showcasing their work.
  • Dubai Opera always has a stellar lineup of indoor entertainment in the lead-up to summer. This June, you can expect Alice in Wonderland, UK Pink Floyd Experience Tribute Show, and Seize the Day amongst a diverse lineup of live stage entertainment.
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Places to Visit in Dubai in June

In June, you will most definitely want to start exploring some of the city’s best indoor attractions.

Basing yourself around Dubai Mall and Downtown Dubai is a great idea at this stage of the year. Why not try:

  • A visit to the city’s latest new opening, the Museum of the Future. An otherworldly experience sure to wow (NB advance booking essential, currently booking out weeks in advance)
  • A trip to At The Top Burj Khalifa – the highest observation deck in the world is a total bucket list experience not to miss, mostly indoors (Even in off-peak times it’s still best to book your Burj Khalifa tickets well in advance, especially if you want the coveted sunset spots).
  • Take on the slopes of Ski Dubai in Mall of the Emirates, or enjoy a snow park pass to enjoy Bobsledding, Zorb balling, and more!
  • Once the sun goes down, venture out to the Dubai Mall promenade to capture the evening Dubai Fountain show – the world’s largest dancing fountain show on the Burj Lake. Taking a traditional abra out onto the water at night is one of the most popular central city activities in June.
  • Another great nightspot to enjoy the nightly fountain show is Time Out Market, found in neighbouring Souk al Bahar. Terrace views are possible here as well as a superb dining hall atmosphere. Friday nights you can enjoy resident DJ Martin Avari playing from 8:00 pm until late, it will be one of the most happening places in town this June.
  • Immersive Digital Art Museum Infinity Des Lumieres will be running two special summer exhibits from June through to September 2022 featuring futuristic digital art – Destination Cosmos and Dubai Data.

June in Dubai With The Kids

Indoor kids’ entertainment is Dubai’s specialty, in fact, you probably won’t find more indoor activities and fun centers in the world!

Here’s just a sample of some of the biggest indoor attractions you can try – or check out this awesome listing of summer indoor activities for kids

  • Kidzania Dubai – the life-like city built just for kids where they can take on jobs, earn money from flying a FlyDubai plane through to working at the bank and enjoy lunch from their own creations at Pizza Express! Found within Dubai Mall.
  • Play DXB (formerly VR Park) offers a huge indoor virtual reality park to explore, within Dubai Mall.
  • Explore the entirely indoor rainforest biodome The Green Planet – featuring rescued exotic wildlife through to animal encounters and “Zoo Keeper for a Day” opportunities.
The Green Planet Dubai
Explore the rainforest in the heart of Dubai at The Green Planet
  • Brand new in 2022, head to Dubai Hills Mall, bringing you the giant Adventure Park from climbing walls to rope courses and even an indoor rollercoaster (yes, inside the shopping mall!) The Storm Coaster.
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More Frequently Asked Questions About June in Dubai

Does it rain in Dubai in June?

Rain in Dubai during June would be an extremely rare occurence. It can rain in Dubai but predominantly this will occur in the winter months – November to April.

Is June summer in Dubai?

Yes. Dubai doesn’t experience the classic 4 season, just a mild winter and a hot summer. June is near the start of the hottest months of the year.

Can you swin at the beach in Dubi in June?

The water temperatures raise significantly over the month of June. You will still find the water in Dubai pleasant for swimming at the start of June, as you approach the peak of summer it is less pleasant, around 33°C (90.4°F)

Is June a good time to visit Dubai?

It depends on your tolerance for the heat! If your looking for a vacation in the sun without the crowds, then June makes a great time to be in Dubai. If you want to undertake outdoor activitiesm visit the desert and the mountains then June is probably going to be too hot to be enjoyable, and many attractions


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