Mysterious Dubai with 4 Nights (4 Nights / 5 Days)

Mysterious Dubai with 4 Nights (4 Nights / 5 Days)

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Catch a piece of the world-famous DSF, i.e. 'The Dubai Shopping Festival' with this holiday. Enjoy five incredible days of shopping from some of the best brands in the world. Win incredible raffles, get discounts unheard of, enjoy fashion shows, witness superb firework displays, indulge in adventure activities, and lots more at the festival. And while you are at it, we have some i9ncredible sightseeing tours lined up for you, desert safaris, Dhow Cruise, and a visit to Snow Park - you will love

Package categories:  Standard

Return Economy class Airfare

03 nights stay in Dubai + 01 night Stay in abu dhabi

Daily Buffet Breakfast

02 Dinner at Local Indian Restaurant

Return Airport transfers

Half Day Dubai City tour

Dhow Cruise With Buffer Dinner

Desert Safari with BBQ Dinner with Tanoora Show and Belly Dance

Inter Hotel Transfers Dubai-Abu Dhabi - Dubai

One Day General Entry tickets for ferrari Park Or Yas Water Park

Dubai Tourist Visa

OTB Charges

All Transfers and Sightseeing on SIC basis

Day 1 : Arrival In Dubai



Arrive to Dubai, the city of Gold. On arrival you would be transferred to the Hotel by our local representative in Seat in coach basis. Check in Hotel day for rest, Overnight at the Hotel in Dubai

Day 2 : Transfer to Abu Dhabi + Ferrari World



After Breakfast at Hotel, Check out from hotel and transfers to Abu dhabi. Check in Hotel. Then We will take you to Ferrari world or Yas Water Park. Overnight Stay at hotel

Day 3 : Desert Safari With Dinner



After Breakfast, check out from hotel and transfer to dubai. The day is free to explore the city on your own. Afternoon at 1600 to 1630 hrs you will be picked up from hotel lobby to depart for desert safari of Dubai 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 ( at your own expense ). After working up an appetite enjoy a delicious barbecue dinner. After the wonderful experience we return back to the hotel by 2100 hrs . Over Night at the hotel in Dubai.

Day 4 : City Tour Dubai & Dhow Cruise


Today After Breakfast, you will be picked up at 0900 to 0930 hrs from a hotel lobby to proceed for a Half day city tour of Dubai , return back to hotel at around 1330 hrs and in evening around 1900 to 1930 hrs you will visit down Dubai creek is a novel experience, one which you cannot miss when in Dubai. Imagine yourself on having dinner on a Dhow Cruise with the fascinating lights of Dubai creek with buffet dinner . Romance for never so easy to find ,return back to hotel by 2230 hrs .Overnight at the hotel in Dubai.

Day 5 : Fly to Home County



Today after breakfast , you have to check out from the hotel at 1200 hrs but on request at the hotel you can have the option of putting luggage in hotel lobby and then you can go and explore some other sightseeing or shopping on your own , return back to hotel by 1800 hrs and then you will be picked from hotel lobby to get your transfer back to airport , time to say good bye to beautiful city to catch flight

Forget the seven-star property, the world's tallest tower, manmade islands, underwater hotels and buildings that spin like a Weeble with an inner-ear infection, what the city of Dubai really knows how to create is headlines. This little fishing-village-that-could has built an entire tourist industry out of piquing people's curiosity. Its unstoppable, finely tuned PR machine has managed to overcome every downside (how often do you hear that Saudi Arabia, Iran and Iraq are right next door?) to make the city a must-see location. And that's despite the fact that the region is full of sunny locales that have a lot more to offer — Jordan, with its millennia-old civilization, the Red and Dead seas, incredible desert landscapes and the glories of Petra — but generate a lot less interest.

That being said, Dubai has its virtues, so if you find yourself with 24 hours in the city, you'll have no shortage of things to do.

A couple of days ago there was a short article in the Financial Times commenting on Dubai's current situation and the media stories about it.

It's one of the most accurate, well informed pieces I can recall reading over the past few years.


For several years we had the breathless, sometimes hysterical and often inaccurate articles about the growth, the lifestyle, the opulence, the riches, the excesses.

A few months back we started to get the tall poppy syndrome articles cutting Dubai down, reporting its collapse, again often ill informed and inaccurate and repeating dinner party rumours as facts.

These articles reported that there's nothing underpinning Dubai's economy because the oil has run out and our economy relies totally on real estate. Now the property bubble has burst the economy will collapse.

A quote in the FT article sums up the real situation brilliantly:

"Disneyland Dubai has crashed," as one Dubai-based banker put it, referring to headline-grabbing property projects, "but the core business model of Dubai remains sound."


And that's what all the stories about Dubai don't mention, the basis for Dubai's existence, its history of trading. They're based on the misrepresentation that Dubai began a decade or two ago based on oil income, that real estate is all we now have.

The fact is that Dubai evolved from a fishing village into a trading centre around 1830 and has been an international commercial centre ever since, our location being then and now a critical factor in the city's success.

A hundred years ago Dubai had the largest shopping district in the area with over 350 shops in Deira. It had a huge pearl trading industry and gold re-exporting industry. Shipbuilding was an important part of the economy too. Doing business was Dubai's reason to exist and it always will be.

Oil was an unexpected bonus, not the foundations of the economy - production only began in 1969 - and the economy which was based on trading was thriving without it.


In 1960 the international airport opened and then in the early sixties the then Ruler Sheikh Rashid borrowed money from Kuwait to dredge the Creek so that trade could not only continue but be expanded. Port Rashid began operating in 1970 to develop even more trade.

When Beirut imploded in the early seventies international companies moved out, mainly to Athens and Cyprus. They soon gave up on those cities because of the lack of infrastructure, telecommunications in particular. Dubai had invested in the future and offered what they wanted, so very many of them moved here.


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