Dubai and Abu Dhabi (4N5D)

Dubai & Abu Dhabi

Day to Day Itinerary

  • Day 1: Arrival in Dubai

    Welcome to the delightful city of Dubai - a land of surprises surrounded by mysterious deserts and sand dunes. Upon arrival, meet our representative outside the airport, who shall guide you to your coach. Enjoy a comfortable drive to your hotel. After checking-in, spend the rest of the day at leisure, followed by a comfortable overnight stay at the hotel.
  • Day 2: Dubai City Tour + Dhow Cruise with dinner

    Meals: Breakfast and Dinner After enjoying breakfast, set out to explore Dubai and experience both its modern and ancient aspects. You will visit the magnificent Jumeirah Mosque, World Trade Centre, some grand palaces, the fascinating Dubai Museum and many more and transfer to Dubai mall. Overnight at hotel. In the evening, you will go on a cruise in the traditional Dhow boat, an experience of a lifetime. On the cruise, experience the "city of Lights" and have a delicious dinner. Later, return to your hotel for an overnight stay.
  • Day 3: Desert Safari with dinner

    Meals: Breakfast and Dinner After a delicious breakfast at the hotel. Depart for desert Safari in the afternoon across the desert of Dubai with several photo-stops during an exciting dune drive to the first destination a camel farm. The drive continues across the desert. We stop to watch the beautiful sunset before reaching our campsite where you have the opportunity to do a camel ride, sand boarding and try out a henna design on hand or feet. After working up an appetite enjoy a delicious barbecue dinner and shisha (the famous Arabic water pipe). Before returning to Dubai watch belly dancer performing her show around the campfire by starlight. Overnight Dubai
  • Day 4: Abu Dhabi Full day City Tour with lunch

    Meals: Breakfast and Lunch After a delicious breakfast at the hotel proceed to Abu Dhabi city tour. Abu Dhabi is the capital and largest of the seven Emirates. Known as the third most beautiful city. Abu Dhabi, or the father of the gazelle as it is known, is situated about 170Kms South West of Dubai. Overnight at hotel in Dubai
  • Day 5: Departure

    Meals: Breakfast Today your tour ends with the beautiful memories, have delicious breakfast in the hotel and then pack your bag to return back to your home.

Overview

The tallest skyscrapers, fastest cars, hottest parties and fanciest hotels. Water sports, sand sports and air sports. Frenzied shopping extravaganzas, glitzy malls and traditional souks. A beautiful coastline and an exotic desert. All this is one city. All this is Dubai. Whether it’s a family holiday with the kids or a quick business trip, a romantic getaway with your significant other or a raucous holiday  with  your  friends,  Dubai  promises  a  fun-filled,  unique  experience  for  every  kind  of traveler.  

Dubai is one of the seven emirates of the UAE. In recent times, it’s seen a large influx of travelers which has made it develop into a thriving tourist hotspot. Unparalleled shopping experiences draw thousands to the city every year, as do the promise of adventure sports.  

The city-state is divided into many districts, mostly on the basis of settlements. Little India and Little Manila refer to colonies highly populated with Indians and Filipinos respectively. These areas have shops and restaurants that cater to the inhabitants’ tastes.  
Many describe Dubai as flamboyant, glitzy and modernized. There is, however, a more traditional side to the city, especially during Ramadan, when the Emiratis proudly perform their song and dance.   

The currency used here is the United Arab Emirates Dirham, or the AED ,denoted as Dh or Dhs. Dubai is located just south of the Persian Gulf, and is positioned at 25°N, 55°E.   

Dubai International Airport is the largest and busiest airport in the Middle East. There are 3 separate terminals- one each for major airlines, low cost airlines and an exclusive one for Dubai’s carrier, Emirates.  

Sharjah International Airport is another entry point into Dubai. As the Dubai airport grows busier by the minute, the Sharjah airport has the capacity to handle excess international flights. Sharjah is a half hour cab ride away from Dubai, and costs approximately Dhs 50. Air Arabia, a low cost carrier that flies to Sharjah, operates a bus service to Dubai as well.

Inclusion

  • Abu Dhabi City Tour with lunch
  • Round trip economy class airfare (subject to availability).
  • Half-day city tour (by coach).
  • Two-way airport transfers.
  • Accommodation in good 3 star property.
  • Dhow Cruise with dinner and transfers (by coach).
  • Desert safari tour with dinner and transfers (by coach).
  • Current applicable airport taxes.
  • Meals as per itinerary

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