*50% of tour price is required at the time of booking
*Prices are per person based on twin share accommodation.
*Add on airfare from other cities: available upon request
* International flights and airport transfer service;
* All deluxe hotel accommodation (based on double occupancy)
* Meals and featuring regional delicacies mentioned in the itinerary
* All visits and admission fees including entertainment shows mentioned in the itinerary
* English speaking guide;
* Taxes and fuel surcharges.
Price does not include:
* Service charge & all gratuities: USD$70/person for the land trip, to be paid at time of booking.
* Travel insurance.
*Extension Cruise tips
* Extension and Optional Tours
Day 1: Depart for the United Arab Emirates
Depart for Dubai in the United Arab Emirates (UAE). Your
international flight includes meals.
Day 2: Arrive in Dubai
Arrive in Dubai, meet, greet and assist at airport (OUTSIDE) with our English speaking guide, Transfer to hotel in Dubai.
Day 3: Dubai City (B)
Breakfast at hotel, free at leisure in the morning. After lunch, sample the historic sites and vibrant cosmopolitan life of Dubai. The tour continues to Al Bastakiya, the old part of Dubai. All aboard the Abra (water taxi) to cross the Creek to the spice souk. You have a good opportunity to stroll and time to shop in the most famous landmark of Dubai – the gold souk. Experience the new Dubai where the vision is larger than life. Driving down Sheikh Zayed Road admire the glittering high rises en route to Jumeirah area. Proceed to Jumeirah, visit Miraj Islamic Art Center.the picturesque palace and residential area of Dubai. Optional tour: Burj Khalifa (USD$85/person), Climb the tower to have a panoramic view of Dubai. Here you have time to admire the Dubai Fountain, a spectacle of lights and sound and one of the world’s largest performing fountains before you return to your hotel.
Day 4: Desert Safari(B)
Take a leisurely stroll along Dubai's vast coastline this morning or head to the colossal Dubai Mall for shopping and perhaps indoor skiing on the vast slopes. Then join the thrilling Optional Desert Safari (USD $75/person) this afternoon. Board a 4X4 vehicle in Dubai and head out towards the highest sand dunes of the surreal surrounding desert. Feel the thrill of "dune bashing" as you spiral up and down the enormous golden dunes. Stop to watch the beautiful sunset before reaching the Bedouin Campsite. You'll be welcomed with traditional Arabic coffee and might have the opportunity to ride a camel. Then, enjoy a specially prepared Barbeque Dinner, prepared on an open fire. Later, a captivating belly dancer enchants you with her swirling dances under the starlit sky before returning to Dubai.
Day 5: Adu Dhabi (B/L)，Optional： Two pax Ferrari World Park tickets (normal) USD$150/CAD$200 person
Discover the highlights of Abu Dhabi, capital of the Emirates, known as the Arabian Jewel. The tour starts with the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque, one of the largest mosques in the world. Dress Code: Loose long trousers or long skirts & long sleeves. No shorts for men, no tight & transparent clothing. Women must cover their head with a scarf. Yas Island, one of two newly developed destinations, provides photo opportunities of the vibrant Yas Viceroy Hotel built on the Yas Marina F1 circuit. Then we will have a panoramic drive along the beautiful corniche with a photo stop of Emirates palace Hotel. Our final stop will be optional Evening Marina Dhow cruise with Dinner (USD$85/person) For a fabulous relaxing evening join our tradi-
tional Arabian dhow for a journey with a view of the fascinating skyline and scenery of New Dubai, Enjoy a sumptuous feast of International cuisine while gently gliding past the canal city along the Persian Gulf shoreline.(Note: Based on the available time only we may go to hotel before proceeding for Marina dhow cruise.)
Day 6: Full Day in Dubai (B)
Tour to Sharjah, cultural center of the Emirates, known for its major museums, distinctive landmarks and elegant mosques. Visit the Islamic Museum, housing over 5000 artifacts from all over the Islamic World and the Heritage Museum depicting Sharjah's rich and diverse heritage. Time to stroll in the unique covered souk and bargain to your heart's content for jewelry, handicrafts, and carpets before returning to Dubai.
Day 7: Full Day in Dubai (B)
Traveling to the impressive Jumeirah Mosque. Then stop for a photo-stop at the iconic landmark of Dubai, Burj Al Arab Hotel. Visit Souk Madinat Jumeirah, a beautiful recreation of an Arabian style market place. Drive continues to Palm Jumeirah, a fully reclaimed, palm shaped island that is home to the magnificent Atlantis, The Palm. Transfer to airport for your return flight.
Day 8: Arrive at USA
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Holiday Inn Bur Dubai 4 Star
Al Hamriya, Khaleed Bin Waleed
20th Street Bur Dubai, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Check In: 3PM
Check Out: 12PM
Check-in Age: 18
Burj Al Arab- Sail Hotel Afternoon Tea with Tour Dubai- USD$250 per person with champagne
Burj Al Arab- Sail Hotel DINNER-USD$290 per person including transportation
Conclude your unforgettable tour by having a 7 Course “high tea” in Sahn Eddar Lobby Lounge, at the only 7-star, world famous hotel Burj Al Arab, designed to resemble a billowing sail, soaring to a height of 321-meters, dominating the Dubai Jumeirah skyline. Illuminated at night by choreographed art-light, representing water and fire Burj Al Arab is simply individual, inspired, impressive.
Half Day Dubai tour with Lunch- USD$65 PERSON
Dubai tour with Lunch ( Bastakia Quarter, Mushrif Park, Ras Al Khor Wildlife Sanctury Dubai, Dubai marina)
The Bastakia Quarter was built in the late 19th century to be the home of wealthy Persian merchants who dealt mainly in pearls and textiles, and were lured to Dubai because of the tax-free trading and access to Dubai Creek. Bastakia occupies the eastern portion of Bur Dubai along the creek and the coral and limestone buildings here, many with walls topped with wind-towers, have been excellently preserved. Wind-towers provided the homes here with an early form of air conditioning, with the wind trapped in the towers funnelled down into the houses. Persian merchants likely transplanted this architectural element (common in Iranian coastal houses) from their home country to the Gulf.
Mushrif Park is a natural ghaf forest with many trees, bushes and flowers. The park covers 124 ha with many features including swimming pools, fountain and lakes, children's play areas, as well as train, camel and pony rides. A population of Bruce's Scops owls nest in the park as well as a number of other species including Orphean warblers, eastern black redstarts, yellow-throated sparrows and Hoopoe. It's a great place to escape the city bustle.
Ras Al Khor Wildlife Sanctuary Dubai is not just a desirable hotspot for millions of tourists each year — it's the destination of choice for tens of thousands of migrating birds. In the wetlands, just metres away from the busy city, you'll find the Ras Al Khor Wildlife Sanctuary. Translated as ‘Cape of the Creek,' Ras Al Khor sits at the mouth of Dubai's Creek and is among the few protected urban areas in the world.
Dubai Marina is an artificial canal city built along a 3 kilometer stretch of Persian Gulf shoreline. It was inspired by the Concord Pacific Place in Vancouver, Canada. Dubai Marina is entirely man-made and upon completion it is claimed to be the world’s largest man-made marina. When the entire development completed it will accommodate more than 120,000 people in residential towers and Villas. Dubai marina development comprises of two phases. At the moment The Phase 1 has been completed. Phase 1 covers 25 acres which includes six freehold apartment buildings, Dubai Marina Towers including The Princess Tower which is among top 5 tallest skyscrapers in Dubai, Dubai Walkway.
Desert Safari - USD$75 PERSON
Join the thrilling Optional Desert Safari ($75/person) this afternoon. Board a 4X4 vehicle in Dubai and head out towards the highest sand dunes of the surreal surrounding desert. Feel the thrill of "dune bashing" as you spiral up and down the enormous golden dunes. Stop to watch the beautiful sunset before reaching the Bedouin Campsite. You'll be welcomed with traditional Arabic coffee and might have the opportunity to ride a camel. Then, enjoy a specially prepared Barbeque Dinner, prepared on an open fire. Later, a captivating belly dancer enchants you with her swirling dances under the starlit sky before returning to Dubai
Evening Marina Dhow cruise with Dinner - USD$85 PERSON
For a fabulous relaxing evening join our traditional Arabian dhow for a journey with a view of the fascinating skyline and scenery of New Dubai, Enjoy a sumptuous feast of International cuisine while gently gliding past the canal city along the Persian Gulf shoreline.
Note: Based on the available time only we may go to hotel before proceeding for Marina dhow cruise.
Passports and Visas
It is each traveler's responsibility to have a passport valid for at least 6 months after the date of travel and a visa if required. IMPORTANT: Passengers who are not U.S. citizens must check with the respective consulate or a visa agency to determine what personal identification is required. Passengers who enter, leave and then re-enter the same country on their itinerary should check if they require a double-entry visa. Passport applications are available at most U.S. Post Offices, as well as at regional Passport Agencies. Passengers requiring visas, whether obtained in advance or locally upon arrival, should ensure that their passport has unstamped visa pages.
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