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Come and join us as we take you around the glamorous city of Dubai, dropping by the top attractions the splendid city has on offer.
|Time||12 - 12:30 pm|
|Tour Type||Sharing / private|
|Child policy||3-10 years|
|Highlights||Detailed tour of the city covering old town to the new town.|
|Days Of Operations||Not Available on friday|
- pick & drop off from hotel
- Visit to spice souq & gold souq
- Abra ride
- Jumeirah mosque ( picture stop only )
- Jumeirah Beach
- Burj al arab picture stop
- Souq Madinat Jumeirah
- Palm jumeirah
- Atlantis Picture stop at The Pointe
- Dubai Mall ( fountain show )
- Drop off to hotel
Here’s a city, home to a lot many things on a grand scale that takes your breath away. We visit each one of them while going around the city as you keep striking them off your checklist on this day-long tour.
Dubai is a modern megacity, considered one of the world’s major cities, a business hub, and also a cultural melting pot. Apart from being a city of unimaginable opulence displayed in its large malls and other breathtaking tourist hotspots, Dubai also boasts of a very interesting history and a rich tradition. The fascinating city leaves you awestruck with a majestic coastline and a skyline dotted with tall skyscrapers including the tallest in the world, the Burj Khalifa. With amazing cultural diversity, the city offers an interesting variety in its cuisine, absolutely delectable to say the least.
While we go around the city, you get to experience Dubai in its entire splendor. The tour kicks off with a visit to the very popular Bur Dubai and Deira to Jumeirah and Dubai Marina right up to downtown Dubai. Dubai’s much more than just lofty skyscrapers. The city’s traditional life comes alive at the bustling Gold Souk selling magnificent gold, silver, platinum, and diamond jewelry. It’s a test of how a hard bargainer you are as you do your best to grab a good deal.
The Bastakiya Quarter which is home to a spice souk, a date souk, museums, and art galleries gives you a peek into the region's rich cultural heritage and traditions as you take a relaxed walk through it. We visit the Dubai Museum inside the Al Fahidi Fort which dates back to the 18th century. The various artifacts on display here showcase the UAE’s history as it rose to emerge as a business hub with the discovery of oil.
We take a coffee break to catch our breath. After all, Dubai has so much to offer! We now visit one of the emirate’s highly opulent and upscale regions, Palm Jumeirah. The main attractions here are the beautiful Jumeirah Beach, Atlantis- the land of mystery, The Palm, the stunning Burj Al Arab which was built to resemble a ship’s sail, and the vibrant Souk Madina inside the Madinat Jumeirah. This is followed by a visit to the grand Mall of the Emirates dotted with the various attractions that line the gleaming Dubai Marina.
The fun-filled exciting tour ends with a visit to the huge Dubai Mall where you’ll get to see the iconic dancing fountain sprouting water in a blast of colors and foot-tapping music. Don’t forget to take a snap of the majestic Burj Khalifa towering into the sky from the waterfront. If you’re a shopaholic, Dubai Mall should be a dream destination for you as it’s the ultimate in haute couture with many a boutique, designer stores, and more.
- No charges shall be applicable if the bookings are canceled 24 hours before the scheduled departure
- A 100% charge shall be applied if the cancellation is made within 24 hours of the scheduled departure
- If you are eligible for a refund, the amount shall be credited to your account within 7 working days
The Child Policy
- The tour is free for children below 3 years of age as they are considered infants
- Those between 3 and 10 years of age are considered children and charged at child rates
- Those above 10 years of age shall be considered adults and charged at adult rates
The Best Time to Visit
Dubai is hot and humid for a long time every year. The weather here is at its best between the months of October and February when it’s very pleasant. However, the city’s a bit crowded then with the schools being on vacation and the Dubai Duty-Free Shopping Festival being held here. If you aren’t flustered by the crowd and can take it in your stride, Dubai is lovely between October and February. So pack your bags and hurry! An enchanting vacation beckons you.