• Airport Transfers.
  • Meet & greet services
  • 3 nights stay in Hotel Astoria or Ambassador (3*) with breakfast
  • Dhow Cruise with Dinner
  • Dubai Half day city tour
  • Desert Safari with Dinner
  • Dubai Visa


  • Meals other than mentioned in the itinerary
  • High Season, Trade Fair & Special Event surcharge
  • Anything not specifically mentioned in the Price Includes section.
  • Abu Dhabi City Tour - Rs 2800/Per Adult. Cost includes entry + Transfers/
  • Burj Khalifa Tour - Rs 3000/Per Adult. Cost includes entry + Transfers/
  • Snow Park - Rs 3100/Per Adult. Cost includes entry + Transfers/


Dubai Delights 
3 Nights / 4 Days

Day 1: Arrive Dubai

Welcome to Dubai, the city of Gold! You will be met and transferred to your hotel. Overnight in Dubai.

Day 2:Dubai City Tour & Dhow Cruise with Dinner

This morning on the city tour of Dubai enjoy visiting some of Dubai's beautiful landmarks. See the magnificent Jumeirah Mosque, Jumeirah Beach, the Burj Al Arab, one of the most uniquely built luxury hotel and Sheikh Mohamed's palace.

This evening do not miss the opportunity to enjoy a romantic dinner under the moonlit skies with Arabic music on an illuminated traditional dhow cruise. Overnight in Dubai.(B)

Day 3:Desert Safari with Dinner

Dubai is known for Duty free shopping so go ahead Shop till you Drop on this free day. This evening you have an opportunity to experience Arabian Nights in person. The Desert Safari tour lets you experience the thrill of a roller coaster ride on the sand dunes. Enjoy a camel ride among the dunes.

Later, relax in the comfortable pillow strewn tents, as you enjoy delicious barbecue dinner under the starlit sky. To make the evening a truly memorable event, a belly dancer will dance to the rhythm of Arabic music. Overnight in Dubai.(B)

Day 4 : Depart Dubai

Today check out of the hotel and transfer to airport for your flight back home with fond memories of your holiday


  • Beaches and sea. There are endless water-sport opportunities as Dubai has some of the whitest and sandiest beaches in the world. Ocean temperatures range from 22°C in winter up to 35°C in summer, there are few wave breaks and the strong winds can make swimming difficult. The water is also very salty so many prefer to use their hotel swimming pool. Diving activities have been severely affected by offshore construction work for the Palms and The World; consequently, long boat trips are necessary to reach wreck sites. Alternatively, one can make the 90 minute road journey to the East coast Emirate of Fujairah or the Sharjah enclave, Khor Fakkan, for top class diving on coral reefs supporting extensive marine life.
  • Natural Outdoors. Although at first glance the outdoors may seem dull and uninteresting, and even dangerous due to the desert conditions, there are actually amazing natural destinations in the emirate of Dubai, which extends into Hatta - the difficulty is in knowing where to find them! There are pristine waterfalls, cliffs lined with fossils, even freshwater lakes - Weekenduae is a blog that freely shares ideas, routes and plans for weekend adventures with all trip details including description, GPS track, interactive map, and photos.
  • Parks. Al Safa Park is one of the oldest in Dubai. It's a favorite for sports enthusiasts, and many visitors enjoy playing tennis, volleyball, and soccer. Children love playing games in the video arcade, or riding the ferris wheel and bumper cars. The park even has a maze to wander through. Barbeques and picnic areas are available for those who want to make a day of it.
  • Camel Races. The Camel Race Track is one of the more unusual attractions, with races being held on Thursday and Friday in the winter. Not only can you watch the races, but you'll have the opportunity to visit the paddocks. Vendors sell everything from beads to rugs and blankets, so you can purchase souvenirs. Madinat Jumeirah is also known as Jumeirah City, and is a complex of residential neighborhoods, two luxury hotels, and a shopping mall.
  • Ski  Dubai now has its own snow skiing centre. Located in the new Mall of the Emirates (MOE), on the Sheikh Zayed Road, it offers both skiing and snowboarding. The slope is quite large for an indoor area. All equipment is available for hire. Although it is -4°C inside, you don't need to bring a jacket because they supply pretty much everything except gloves and a hat (which you can buy right there). A 2 hour pass costs Dhs180 plus Dhs20 for a locker.
  • Wild Wadi Wild Wadi Park is the perfect place for the entire family to spend a day as well as being a great way to beat the heat and enjoy the day away from the bustle of the city. Located close to the hotels and resorts of Jumeriah Beach, the park has water rides, slides, and a lagoon that's hidden away. You'll enjoy waterfalls, out of the way swimming holes, and a tidal pool.




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