Dubai Tour Packages Collection

Price:  AED 199
Price:  AED 120
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Jet Ski Dubai

Jumeirah Dubai

Price:  AED 370
Price:  AED 450
Yacht for Rent

Yacht Rentals

Marina Dubai

Price:  AED 400
Price:  AED 259
Price:  AED 679
Price:  AED 999
Dubai Parks

Dubai Parks And Resort

Sheikh Zayed Rd - Dubai

Price:  AED 145
Price:  AED 725

Atlantis Water Park

Atlantis The Palm-Dubai

Price:  AED 120
IMG World

IMG World

City of Arabia - Dubai​

Price:  AED 345
Price:  AED 55
Rib boat ride in Dubai

Rib Boats


Price:  AED 199
Price:  AED 300

Ski Dubai Snow

Mall Of Emirates - Dubai

Price:  AED 196
Price:  AED 295
Price:  AED 650
Price:  AED 75
Price:  AED 249

Dubai Tour Packages FAQs

1. Is a visa mandatory for visiting Dubai?

Not always as it depends on which country you belong to. For instance, if you’re a citizen of Australia, the UK, or the USA, an on-arrival visa is there for you. Similarly, the citizens of Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Oman, and Bahrain can enjoy visa-free travel. You may need to apply for a visa if you’re from any other country that is not listed above.

2. What documents should I carry to travel to Dubai?

Get these documents handy to go to Dubai.

  • Visa (if applicable)
  • Passport
  • Flight tickets
  •  Accommodation proof

3. Do I need to buy a SIM card to make calls while in Dubai?

It’s advised to buy a prepaid SIM card to make calls hassle-free. You can get a SIM card at the airport and at the shopping malls in different denominations. Etisalat and DU are the two main GSM SIM card providers. You can choose anyone of them. A pre-paid SIM card will help you make local and international calls at a much reduced rate.

4. Is it necessary to carry credit and debit cards for a Dubai tour?

Yes. Many ATMs are available across the city from where you can withdraw money. All major credit and debit cards work at the restaurants, shopping malls, and hotels in Dubai.

5. From where can I exchange my currency in Dubai?

Dirham (AED) is the local currency of the UAE. You can get a plethora of money exchange counters in the banks and malls throughout the city. Exchanging your currency from these centers won’t be a tough job for you. However, we still recommend you to get the money exchanged from your country to save the time.

6. At what time of the year should I travel to Dubai?

Dubai enjoys a sunny sky almost throughout the year. The best time to travel to Dubai is from September to April when the weather is soothing and breezy.

7. Can I drink alcohol in Dubai?

Alcohol consumption is restricted in Dubai while driving and in public spaces. However, you can intake alcohol in private events and bars.

8. What drinking laws do I need to follow in Dubai?

According to the drinking laws of Dubai, you need to be at least 21 years old to consume alcohol. If you’re planning to visit a bar, take your ID proof. Avoid drinking in public places as it is a punishable offense. Carry your bought alcohol to a beach only if the hotel from where you bought the alcohol possesses a liquor license.

9. What kind of dress can I wear in Dubai?

A normal dress code that is not too outrageous is acceptable in Dubai. Being an Islamic country, the dress code here is not as liberal as you may find in western countries. Therefore, it’s best to avoid wearing short skirts, micro-minis, and see-through clothes in public places. Moreover, you may need to wear a headscarf before entering a mosque.

10. How many days to spend in Dubai?

Five days is enough to plan a Dubai itinerary. This duration is perfect to squeeze all the tourism juices that Dubai has to offer, especially if you don’t have much time to spend abroad.

11. What cuisines can I expect to get in the city?

From camel burgers to delicious bread to aromatic Arabic coffee, Dubai cuisines boastmany mouth-watering dishes you’d love to savor. Apart from traditional Arabic cuisines, you can also tickle your taste bud with cuisines from other countries like Italian, Spanish, Thai, Mediterranean, Chinese, French, German, and more.

12. Do I have to give tips in Dubai?

No, tipping is not mandatory in Dubai. But, it’s one of those courtesies people in Dubai will expect from you. You don’t have to pay much while tipping. Only 10% of the total bill amount is enough for tipping at hotels and restaurants in Dubai.

13. Is Dubai safe for solo travelers?

Yes. Dubai is absolutely safe for both men and women solo travelers. The crime rate of Dubai is comparatively low. Even single women can enjoy a safe jpuney in Dubai. The ubiquitous cameras installed on all the streets of the city provide you with a sense of security and lets you walk freely even in the night.

14. What goods are strictly prohibited to take to Dubai?

Goods that are prohibited to carry to Dubai are:

  • Unauthorized devices for communication
  • Endangered animals
  • Laser pens
  • Arms and ammunition
  • Ivory
  • Fireworks
  • Beetel leaves
  • Poppy seeds
  • Narcotics
  • Drugs
  • Organic fertilizers
  • Non-Islamic pamphlets
  • Pornographic materials

If you’re caught carrying any of the above-cited things with you, you’ll be seriously punished.

15. What are the best modes of transportation to travel within the city?

The economical Big Bus is the best transport to travel internally for sightseeing. Free entry to Dhow Cruise and Dubai Museum, and live commentary are some of the pluses of availing this bus. You can see all the major landmarks of the city by traveling on the Big Bus. Apart from it, water buses and taxis are also convenient ways of getting around. Check the entire map of the city beforehand to get better guidance.

16. What are the experiences I should opt for in Dubai?

Dubai is brimming with lifetime experiences. However, if you’re on a short tour, make sure to not to miss visiting BurjKhalifa, Palm Jumeirah, Burj Al Arab, Dubai Aquarium, Miracle Garden, Dolphinarium, evening Dessert Safari, and Dinner cruise in the evening.

17. Is there anything I should not do in Dubai?

Making rude gestures and swearing may lead to strict penalties. The offenders may be jailed. Be very careful when handling the police. Moreover, kissing in public is also not allowed and the offenders can be arrested for such an act.



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