The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has taken a significant step to boost the country's tourism and foreign investments. In a new regulation aimed at making visits to the UAE more appealing for families, tourists traveling as a family will not be charged any fees for children under the age of 18.
This decision by the UAE is viewed as part of the country's efforts to further revitalize the tourism sector and attract international visitors. Both local and foreign tourists will now be able to enter the UAE without having to pay a visa fee for children under the age of 18, provided they complete the necessary documents when traveling for tourism purposes.
With this important step, families will now have an easier opportunity to explore the UAE's rich cultural heritage. This new regulation aims to attract traveling families worldwide and contribute positively to the country's tourism industry.
Required Documents and Procedures for the Application
Passport and photographs (for all family members)
Visa fees for parents (service fees vary for children depending on the travel agency)