9 Adrenaline Junkie-Proof Activities In Dubai You Need To Try

Gather all of your thrill-seeking buds

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If the most exciting thing that usually happens on your weekends is getting up to answer the door to a pizza delivery, then you need to get in touch with your wild side.

Dubai has so many exciting activities you can do, either with a group or friends or on your tod, that will spice up your free time in a big way.

Here are the top things we are dying to do, in the city:

1. Jump off of a plane with Skydive Dubai

Always first on the list, this is everyone's favourite and probably what Dubai is best known for, regarding adrenaline rush. Not only do you get to train, jump and experience Dubai views like no other- you get a video of the entire experience too.

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2. Enter deep waters and swim with sharks at Dubai Aquarium 

You and three other friends get to enter the aquarium and experience something you never thought possible- swim with sharks!

Check out Mo Vlogs, well-known Dubai YouTuber, trying it out 

3. Flyboard and feel like Superman 

4. Conquer dunes in a buggy 

It wouldn't be a trip to the UAE without trying this at least once.

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5. Take a leap of faith and bungee away

Watching the video below gives us the adrenaline feeling already. 

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6. Sit behind the wheel of a beast at Dubai Autodrome

Ever wanted to experience a hot lap? Dubai Autodrome is offering you the experience for AED250! Other packages include getting behind the wheels of a McLaren Sprint and Audi R8 V10, for different set packages. 

7. The extreme rides at Global Village

Don't be fooled, they may look cute and simple. Try Speed Wave for starters  and you'll see what we mean (make sure you haven't eaten anything beforehand haha). 

8. Peterpan vibes with iFly

Do you dare to fly?

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9. Dine in the Sky 

Have dinner in the sky with a group of friends, 50 metres above the ground. 

(Because eating in normal ground level restaurants are too mainstream)

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Shereen Ahmed

A 22-year old freelance writer, blogger and lover of tea. Shereen enjoys travelling, attempting yoga poses and getting bullied by her Persian cat.