4 Days


Safety measures in place

  • All areas that customers touch are frequently cleaned

  • The number of visitors is limited to reduce crowds

  • All our staff meeting with guests are fully vaccinated


On arrival in Dubai, our Executive will greet you and escort you to your hotel. On arrival at the hotel, check-in. (Room will be available from 15:00 hrs.)

The United Arab Emirates (UAE) consists of seven independent Emirates. On December 2, 1971, the late President, His Highness (H.H.) Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan, unified six Emirates into a federation (Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Sharjah, Umm Al-Quwain, Fujairah, and Ajman). After a few months, in February 1972, Ras Al Khaimah joined the federation.

Visitors can marvel at the modern and beautiful Arabic architecture, discover the history and culture of the emirate, ride a camel in the desert, enjoy dinner in the desert camp, and embark on a fantastic mixture of modern & heritage, plus much more. Overnight stay at the hotel.

Morning breakfast at the hotel. Enjoy the city tour of Dubai.
Sheikh Zayed Road
The Sheikh Zayed Road is home to most of Dubai's skyscrapers, including the Emirates Towers. The highway also connects other new developments such as the Palm Jumeirah and Dubai Marina. The road has most of the Red Line of Dubai Metro running alongside it. In Dubai itself much of the highway has seven to eight lanes in each direction.

In recent years, the government built a canal, the Dubai Water Canal; as part of the project, a section of the road was removed and a bridge was constructed.

Jumeirah Beach & Burj Al Arab
Jumeirah Beach is a white sand beach located and named after the Jumeirah district of Dubai on the coast of the Persian Gulf. It stretches along the coast south of the city's historic district to the junction with The Palm Jumeirah and terminates between the southern end of the Jumeirah Beach Residence.

Souk Jumeirah Madinah
From spices and slippers to locally made jewelry, the Souk Madinat Jumeirah is an Arabian bazaar full of incredible finds. Wander through the stands and stalls under ornate lanterns and carved wood, immersing yourself in the shopping culture of this traditional Middle Eastern marketplace. With over 25 restaurants serving drinks and international cuisines, there are plenty of places to stop for a coffee, a light lunch, or a memorable dinner against the beautiful backdrop of Old Dubai.

Monorail Experience – Palm Jumeirah
Traveling the length of Palm Jumeirah, Dubai's most famous man-made island and an iconic neighborhood, is a breathtaking experience on the Palm Monorail. Unique to the island and stunning in appearance, this means of public transportation debuted in 2009. The elevated monorail's linear trip begins at the Gateway station at the entrance to Palm Island.

The Palm Island
The Palm Islands consist of three artificial islands, Palm Jumeirah, Deira Island, and Palm Jebel Ali, on the coast of Dubai, United Arab Emirates. The Palm Islands were constructed around the same time as The World Islands. Nakheel Properties is the real estate developer of the Palm Islands. The creation of the islands began in 2001 and ended around 2006/2007. These islands have significantly impacted ocean sediment and wildlife in the surrounding area.

Tour the historical district of Al Fahidi, the most beloved residential locality of Dubai. Further, the Dubai Museum will formally be called Al Fahidi Fort, the oldest building in Dubai. Divide the Dubai Creek, and you will encounter magnificent city views as you travel to the Deira area.

Once we get off the Abra-water taxi, you will get into the cramped alleyways of Deira's covered souk-Dubai Spice Souk and Dubai Gold Souk. You will feel the fragrance of different spices and incense, and you will get time to check out stores filled with gold in the Dubai Gold Souk.

Transfer back to your hotel.

Overnight stay at a hotel in Dubai

Morning breakfast at the hotel and drive to Abu Dhabi.

Last Exit – drive pass
Welcome to a post-apocalyptic scenery filled with monster trucks, war rigs, abandoned vehicles, and delicious flavors. It’s quite a sight for a fun dining experience.

Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque
One of the largest in the world, the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque is also a massive architectural masterpiece that features a deliberate fusion of different schools of Islamic architecture. It has the largest hand-knitted carpet in the world, in addition to 82 domes, over a thousand columns, and 24-carat-gold gilded chandeliers.

Heritage Village
Abu Dhabi is home to the family-friendly Heritage Village, where you can learn about the region's rich cultural heritage and traditional desert lifestyle. The village is like stepping back in time, with its traditional souk (market), mosque, and camp all designed to look like they belong to a bygone era in the United Arab Emirates. Lunch at a local restaurant/hotel.

Marina Island:
One such island, Marina Island, is as big as a small town. The island community is home to a thriving culture that provides entertainment around the clock in the form of a wide variety of venues and attractions. The Marina Mall is the island's focal point, although there are plenty of other things to do there. From Corniche across the island, the marina eye is one of the most recognizable landmarks.

Dates Market:
Best spot for all varieties of dates local premium. Raisins, nuts, chocolate, spices and herbs are all available. Dates and other stuff are fresh and well-packed always. The prices range from AED50, and the best date is around AED120. You can negotiate a better price if you buy in a large quantity.

Ferrari World - Photo-stop:
Ferrari World Abu Dhabi is a mostly indoor theme park located on Yas Island in Abu Dhabi. It is the world’s first Ferrari-themed Park and features Formula Rossa, the world's fastest roller coaster.

The foundation stone for the park was laid on 3 November 2007. Developed by Aldar Properties and constructed by BESIX Group subsidiary Six Construct, it took three years to build the park until it was officially opened to the public on 4 November 2010.

Drive back to Dubai. Overnight stay at the hotel.

Morning breakfast at the hotel, and the day free at leisure.

The Dubai Mall:
Located at the heart of it all in Downtown Dubai, is the most visited retail and lifestyle destination in the world - welcoming over 100 million visitors every year.

Burj Khalifa visit (124-125 floor:
between 10:00-15:00 hrs): Dubai Mall is a shopping mall in Dubai. It is the largest mall in the world by total land area and the 26th-largest shopping mall in the world by gross leasable area, tying with West Edmonton Mall and Fashion Island (Bangkok)—both of which are older than it. It has a total retail floor area of 502,000 square metres (5,400,000 sq ft). It was the most visited building on the planet, attracting over 54 million visitors each year in 2011, and numbers reached up to 85-90 million visitors in 2019.

Dubai Aquarium & Underwater Zoo:
Dive into an amazing aquatic world at Dubai Aquarium & Underwater Zoo - home to thousands of aquatic animals, over 140 marine species, and a 270-degree walk-through tunnel. Located within Dubai Mall, Dubai Aquarium & Underwater Zoo features a 10-litre tank containing more than 400 Sharks and Rays, including Sand Tiger Sharks, Giant Groupers, and a wide array of amazing marine life. With a host of carefully curated, immersive experiences to choose from, a spectacular aquatic adventure awaits friends, families, and everyone in between.

Afternoon Desert Safari Tour with dinner at the desert camp:
Desert Safari is one of the main activities of the Dubai Tour. One of the best ways to spend your evening is to go to Desert Safari, which everyone loves the most. This tour lasts 5-6 Hours, and the most fantastic part is Dune Bashing, where the hearts beat at a new pace. You will make a stop at the Quad Biking area to get a chance to ride the bike in the desert (you need to pay on the spot).

After that, you will arrive at the traditional Desert Camp and be greeted with traditional Arabic coffee and Dates/sweets (traditional sweets). You can ride a camel in the camp, try out a henna pattern on your hands or feet, and take pictures in local costumes (you need to pay extra).

After the tour, you will be transferred back to your hotel.

Overnight stay at the hotel.

Morning breakfast at the hotel.

On-time transfer to the International Airport to board the flight for the onward journey.

Cost includes:

  • Double/twin room
  • Daily breakfast in the hotel
  • All transfers and sightseeing by Air-Conditioned Transport
  • Return airport transfers from Dubai Airport
  • Services of English-speaking tour guide as per the program
  • Desert safari with BBQ dinner at the desert camp.
  • Abra ride at Dubai Creek
  • 02 lunches (during Dubai & Abu Dhabi city tours)
  • Entry ticket to Burj Khalifa 124-125 floor (normal timing)
  • Dubai Mall Aquarium with Underwater Zoo
  • Water bottles during the tours
  • 1 Dinner – included during the desert safari tour.
  • Applicable taxes

Cost does not include:

  • Any shopping
  • Any meal or drinks – except the above inclusions
  • Any tipping during the tour
  • Quad Bike during desert safari tour
  • Any visa OR flight ticket
  • Something not indicated in the itinerary.
  • Tourism Dirham Fee (3* hotel AED 10, 4* hotel AED 15 & 5* hotel AED 20)
  • Tourism Dirham Fee is for per room – per night basis.
  • Any new tax imposed by the Government.

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