The Island is around a 3.5 hour drive from Dubai, and you will need to take a 20 minute water taxi to complete your journey. We offer charter flights, day trips and overnight packages from several locations across the UAE including Dubai and Abu Dhabi.
After an exhilarating water take-off you can relax and admire the coastline of the Arabian Gulf while you cruise at 1500 feet in your seaplane from Dubai to Sir Bani Yas Island. Once there you could opt for a guided 4WD safari, where you will be picked up on arrival and taken for an exciting adventure where you will be able to spot stunning wildlife roaming free across the landscape.
Complete your experience and add a touch of luxury to your trip with a visit to the elegant Anantara Resort or even add an additional night or two to make the most of this untouched paradise.
About Sir Bani Yas Island
Named after the Bani Yas Tribe, the original settlers of Dubai, the Island has a unique heritage, with more than 40 historical sites including the remains of a 600AD old Christian Monastery. The Island was established as a nature reserve in 1977 by the late ruler and founder of the United Arab Emirates Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan.
Nature lovers can get up close to free-roaming animals native to the UAE, such as the Arabian
Oryx, and others from more distant lands such as the African giraffe. The island is exciting to explore thanks to its unique landscape with dense mangroves, wide savannah as well as unique hilltops formed by salt domes from millions of years ago.
Outdoor enthusiasts are also spoiled for choice, and can take part in kayaking, scuba diving and mountain biking. The Anantara Resort also offers more traditional pursuits such as pearl diving, Abra cruises and falconry encounters.
Sir Bani Yas Island flights and tours
Our expert team can help you with planning your flights and assist with accommodation, transfers and activities on Sir Bani Yas Island. For more information on flights from Dubai to Sir Bani Yas Island get in touch.