5 Days 4 Nights
Dubai is well-known as the shopping hub of the glitzy-glamorous Rich-Boy-and-Rich-Girl set, but there’s so much more to this city that’s full of character to discover. Even 7 days in Dubai may not be enough time to fully explore this unique Middle Eastern resort, which includes hidden alleys, traditional souks, a stunning desert, and a plethora of activities that entail experiencing the traditional Emirati culture. Dubai has earned a reputation as one of the safest countries in the world, making it a popular vacation destination for people of all ages and backgrounds, including families with children, honeymooners, groups of friends, and single travellers. Furthermore, the Emirate city is an excellent destination for adventure seekers, so make the most of your time by participating in unusual activities. Aside from skydiving, skiing, flyboarding, microlighting, and bunjee jumping, you may also try your hand at sandboarding, deep sea fishing, shark diving, and spending an adrenaline-filled day at amusement parks, among other activities. There’s also no end to the variety of things you can participate in to keep your adventurous spirit satiated.
Dubai is best visited in the winter months of November through March, when the sky is clear and the beach is warm.
The Dubai Shopping Festival, which takes place annually from December to February, is a must-see for shoppers.
Guests should get to their hotel as soon as they land at Dubai International Airport and check in. Before returning to the hotel, the evening concludes with an open 4* International Buffet Dinner on board the Dhow Cruise with Dinner-Cruise. For a one-night stay in Dubai.
Take a half-day tour of Dubai after breakfast. The tour contrasts the old and the new, and it's a great way to learn about history. During our tour, we'll show you some of Dubai's most beautiful places, like the Jumeriah Mosque and the modern palaces that line the coast. Take a picture of the Burj Al Arab, one of the world's best-known modern buildings. You can also see the camel and horse racing track from the outside. When we drive through Dubai's business district, we come across the World Trade Center on our way. Following the Dubai Creek, we stop at bastakia, where we can see the old wind-towered homes built by wealthy merchants in the old days. Before moving on, we visit the Al Fahidi Fort, which was built 150 years ago and is now a museum in Dubai. It shows how important the city was to trade in the past. Deira Dubai and Spice Souk (Market) are on the other side of Dubai. We walk through the busy alleys and smell spices in the air.
Soon after, we move to have the best time of our lives at Desert Safari. We drive through the desert of Dubai, stopping to take pictures, and then we go dune bashing through the desert. The drive across the desert goes on. Before we get to our campsite, we stop to look at the sunset. You can do things like camel rides, sand boarding, and get henna on your hands or feet. After you work up an appetite, have a tasty meal and smoke some shisha (the Famous Arabic water pipe). Check out our belly dancer before you go back home and see her show around the campfire in the evening light. After that, we go back to the hotel. overnight in Dubai
After breakfast, the day is yours to do as you please. Go to Dubai Mall in the late evening for a stunning view of the city from Burj Khalifa, the world's tallest building. Burj Khalifa is Dubai's latest urban masterpiece and one of the world's most famous skyscrapers. It serves as the highlight of Downtown Dubai. The view from At the Top, the Burj Khalifa's Observation Deck, is the high point of every Khalifa experience. At a height of 124, the world's tallest observation deck is a must-see for anybody visiting the Middle East. It is then time to watch The World's Best Fountain Show, which is located on the 30-acre Burj Khalifa Lake and features water jets that may reach a height of up to 50 stories, or about 500 feet (150 metres). Each of the fountain's five rings is variable in size, with two central arches in the middle. This Las Vegas landmark was developed by WET, the same firm responsible for the famed Fountains of Bellagio. After that, we head back to our hotel. Including a night in Dubai.
A full-day tour of Abu Dhabi City is what you'll be doing after breakfast. You'll see the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque as well as the Emirates Palace and the Marina Mall. After lunch, you can visit Ferrari Theme Park, which is a fun indoor theme park. For the first time, there is a Ferrari-themed theme park. It is also the largest Space Frame structure ever built. Evening at the hotel. Overnight at the hotel, please.
Day off after breakfast. & in the evening, go to the Dubai Airport. The tour comes to an end with happy memories.