Holiday 4N/5D in Dubai- Enjoy Dhow Cruise, Desert Safari with BBQ dinner

Dubai, Dhow Cruise, desert safari, Atlantis, BBQ dinner, Agents, Visa

Holiday 4N/5D in Dubai- Enjoy Dhow Cruise, Desert Safari with BBQ dinner

Market Price
Rs. 21,000


Tour Details


On arrival in Dubai, you will be met and transferred to your Hotel. In the evening, enjoy a Dhow Cruise dinner abroad a traditional Arabic dhow that glides silently along the creek of Dubai under a starry and a moonlit sky. Overnight in Dubai.

Day 02:Dubai

This morning, enjoy a fantastic introduction to Dubai, as your city tour takes you through the historic sites. Overnight in Dubai.

Day 03: Dubai

The morning is free at leisure. Later in the afternoon, tale a drive of your lifetime, proceed on a Desert Safari tour with BBQ dinner and belly dancing (not performed during Ramadan Period). Drive in a 4×4 to the interiors of the desert experiencing the unique thrills of a roller coaster ride over the sand dunes. Overnight in Dubai.

Day 04: Depart Dubai.

The morning enjoy a leisurely breakfast. You will be transferred to the Dubai airport for your flight back home.


CategoryPer PersonExtra AdultChild without Extra Bed
Economy / 3*Rs. 15200/-Rs. 15200/-Rs.5500/-
Standard / 4*Rs. 17000/-Rs. 17000/-Rs.5500/-


City NameEconomy/3 StarStandard/4 StarDeluxe/5 Star
Dubai Howard Johnson Regent Palace

Cost Include

  • All applicable taxes on room.
  • Please note that Refund may take 15-30 days for the money to reflect in your account, depending on your bank, after the refund is initated from our end.
  • Prices are valid for stated travel period and are of defined validity, any change in the dates will lead to re-costing.
  • Air Fare
  • Any increase in the airfare charged by the airlines on your air ticket . The airline ticket fare quoted is applicable as of date and will change for your date of travel .
  • Cost of extension of the validity of your air ticket .


An oasis in the desert, where bigger is always considered better, Dubai is quickly becoming the world's playground. Tourists sunbathe on the planet's largest man-made islands, swim with dolphins and cheer on their favorites at the international sporting events Dubai hosts. Despite the modern sheen of Dubai, the city has a 4,000-year-old history and is a window into Islamic and Middle Eastern culture -- a society that many Westerners only read about.


As in Las Vegas, developers designed most of Dubai's top attractions to appeal to and entertain the city's large influx of tourists. However, with its millenniums of history, Dubai is home to excellent examples of Islamic architecture, archaeological dig sites, old villages and restored ancient neighborhoods like Bastakiya. Spectator sports have recently become a major attraction; Dubai has hosted events like the Desert Classic PGA golf tournament and the UIM Class 1 Powerboat World Championship.


Dubai's nightlife takes place almost exclusively in the city's hotels and resorts, as these are the only businesses that can serve alcohol. Thursday nights tend to be the busiest, and many hotels offer "ladies' night" discounts on Tuesday and Sundays. The opulence and grandeur of Dubai is reflected in the city's clubs; most have dress codes, and some are selective about who they let in. Groups with women usually have a better chance of making it into some venues. If it seems the nightlife scene is lacking local flavor, that's because you will find most Dubai residents at shisha cafes rather than clubs and bars.


Dubai has an open port with low import duties, so shopping is one of the city's biggest attractions. Tourists can choose between modern Western-style shopping malls and traditional open-market souks. The Karama district, where bargaining is still a common practice, is the premier area for live markets, local goods and imports from Sri Lanka, India and other Middle Eastern locales. Most Dubai shops close in the afternoon hours, between 1 and 4 p.m., and stay open until 9 p.m. or later.
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When to Go

For half of the year, the weather in Dubai is comfortable, ranging in the 70s and 80s; the other half of the year, Mother Nature reminds Dubai tourists the city is in the heart of the desert. From mid-April to mid-October, temperatures can exceed 100 degrees Fahrenheit, with humidity rising above 95 percent. Sandstorms occur most frequently in March and April. The high season, when resorts traditionally raise their prices, is between October and May; December and January are the busiest months. Many Dubai businesses close during Ramadan, a month-long Islamic holiday.

Getting There and Around

Dubai International Airport services 110 airlines from 160 different countries. From the airport, tourists can take car rentals or taxis or use the RTA airport bus, which runs every 30 minutes to Deira or Bur Dubai. You can save money by flying into Abu Dhabi International Airport, located less than two hours from the city. Driving is the best mode of transportation in Dubai. Most people take taxis, though car rentals are available; an International Drivers License is required to drive in Dubai.

Dubai, Dhow Cruise, desert safari, Atlantis, BBQ dinner, Agents, Visa               Dubai, Dhow Cruise, desert safari, Atlantis, BBQ dinner, Agents, Visa

Dubai hopes to increase tourist arrivals into the emirate to 15 million by 2015, but to achieve this it needs to tap the mass market in addition to the luxury segment, according a local newspaper report.

In the first quarter of 2008, tourist arrivals touched nearly two million visitors, a seven per cent rise over the same period last year, said a Dubai Tourism and Commerce Marketing (DTCM) official in a Gulf News report.

Last year, Dubai received 6.9 million visitors which has raised DTCM’s estimates to jump to 15 million tourists by 2015.

However, a tourism expert believed that to achieve this figure, Dubai had to focus on the mass market in addition to the luxury one. Chief executive of Alpha Tours, Gassan Aridi was quoted as saying that although Dubai was proud to be a luxury destination it also needed to appeal to the masses if it wanted to achieve this growth.


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