Emirates offers Kenyan travelers free entry to Burj Khalifa

Emirates is offering Kenyan customers free entry to some of the world’s tallest building, the Burj Khalifa as part of value addition to woo more travelers.

UAE’s most popular attractions plus many more exciting offers, while the city’s marquee event – The Dubai Summer Surprises are also on the cards. It also comes with returns with a full calendar of entertainment, culture, and family activities.

Whether returning to Dubai or visiting for the first time, Emirates’ customers can enjoy free entry to all these highly popular UAE attractions:

The iconic Burj Khalifa At The Top: Experience breath-taking views from the world’s tallest building. Located on the 124th and 125th floors of iconic Burj Khalifa, customers on the outdoor observation deck can marvel at the stunning views of the city from 555 metres above sea level. The complimentary tickets are for admission from 30 June to 30 September 2022.

The Dubai Fountains Boardwalk Experience: Watch a spectacular show of water, music and light from a floating platform just nine metres away from the world’s largest choreographed fountains, located at the foot of Burj Khalifa.

Louvre Abu Dhabi: Immerse in the stories attached to the hundreds of antique pieces that each date back hundreds of years, and enjoy a collection of 167 artworks by internationally renowned artists at one of the UAE’s most iconic cultural attractions.

The offerings are under summer specials are valid for travelers who book a return trip to Dubai in any cabin class between 28 June and 11 July 2022 for travel from 1 July 2022 to 30 September 2022.

The offer is also available via participating travel agents and selected Emirates Retail shops.

Customers flying back to Nairobi can check-in one extra piece of baggage back from Dubai only as part of their allowance during this offer period, enabling them to bring back home from Dubai more shopping and souvenirs from their summer trip to Dubai.

Emirates operates 10 weekly flights between Jomo Kenyatta International Airport and Dubai on its Boeing 777-300ER.

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