Know Before You Go: Traveling to the United Arab Emirates – Rules, Restrictions, and Prohibited Items

2023-08-30 08:55:22

The United Arab Emirates (UAE) is currently experiencing a huge influx of residents and foreign tourists. But there are some rules that every traveler should know before boarding a flight to UAE. Certain items require permission from the relevant authorities to be transported into the country. It is very important for travelers to be aware of such restrictions and things to facilitate the journey. A list of such prohibited items has been prepared by the authorities. Bringing any of these into the UAE may face legal consequences. But some items can be transported in small quantities.

Prohibited items

Items requiring prior approval in Dubai

Animals, Plants, Fertilizers, Medicines, Medical Devices, Media Publications, Transmission, Wireless Devices, Alcoholic Beverages, Cosmetics, Personal Care Products for Exhibitions, E-Cigarettes, Electronic Hookah

Permissible materials

Prizes not exceeding Dhs 3,000 (Rs 67,42,3.02)

Maximum 400 cigarettes and 50 cigars

500 grams of tobacco

2 cartons of beer with a maximum capacity of 4 litres, or 24 cans

Those above 18 years of age can carry cash, cheques, money orders, precious metals and gemstones worth less than Dh60,000.

The belongings of passengers under 18 years of age will be added to the authorized limit of their parent or companion.

Items permitted at Abu Dhabi International Airport:

Prohibited items at Abu Dhabi International Airport:

Narcotic drugs such as cannabis and opium. Non-prescription drugs Many drugs available in other countries are not permitted in the UAE, and possession of these is prohibited in the country. Firearms and dangerous weapons Defamatory documents, CDs, videos films, audio tapes and illegal computer software.

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