Dubai, 21st Century Travel Destination , 5D/4N Travel Package with Stay @ 3 Star Property. Includes Return Flights, Daily Breakfast, City Tour & MORE!


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Dubai : Get flat 29% off on 4N/5Dpackage for Dubai through Travel N Moods

Original Price : Rs. 32999

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  • Package includes :
  • Return Airfare Ex-Delhi
  • 4 Night's Accommodation in Dubai at a 3* Property
  • Accommodation will be on twin sharing basis
  • City Tour of Dubai
  • Desert Safari with Dinner Dhow Cruise with Dinner
  • Daily Breakfast
  • All transfers & Taxes included
  • Package excludes :
    • VISA Charges
    • INR 2500 International Airfare Tax
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  • Accomodation will be provided on Twin Sharing basis
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Travellers' Choice® 2013 Winner Destination

Today, Dubai has emerged as a Cosmopolitan Metropolis that has grown to become  the world's fastest growing holiday destinations, and cultural hub of the Middle East and the Persian Gulf region.

Thanks to the ultimate luxury hotels, fine dining, tax-free shopping, and the fantastic climate.

The emirate is subject to just 7 days of rain per year on average, and while the heat can be stifling from June until September, the relentless sunshine has made golfers take serious notice. 



Dubai has recently attracted world attention through many innovative large construction projects and sports events. The city has become symbolic for its skyscrapers and high-rise buildings, such as the world's tallest Burj Khalifa, in addition to ambitious development projects including man-made islandshotels, and some of the largest shopping malls in the region and the world.

History and Culture in Dubai

The earliest mention of Dubai is in 1095 AD, and the earliest recorded settlement in the region dates from 1799. 

Dubai is a city in the United Arab Emirates, located within the emirate. The emirate of Dubai is located on the southeast coast of the Persian Gulf and is one of the seven emirates that make up the country. 

Although much of Dubai is of ultra-modern construction and design, the emirate still retains a wealth of sites with Old World appeal, from a humble beginning as a pearl-diving centre. 


Dubai Museums

Exploration the Historic Dubai Museum., a former fort, constructed in the eighteenth century. The museum contains artefacts relating to traditional Arabian life down through the centuries, from weapons to musical instruments.

Sheikh Saeed al Maktoum House was the palace of a former ruler of the area and is now a museum, affording full insight in to the privileged lifestyle of the period. Jumeirah Mosque is Dubai’s largest and although tours are available on certain days, the magnificent architecture of the mosque is best appreciated when the floodlights come on after dark. Location: Al Shindagha Area, facing end of Dubai Creek.

Hatta Heritage Village Situated in the heart of the majestic Hatta mountains, Hatta is a lovely inland resort and an ideal weekend getaway. It's an important historical site for tourists, dating back to 2000-3000 years and The Heritage Village consists of 30 buildings. It's also a great picnic spot- only an hour’s drive from Dubai

Heritage House The Heritage house is located in Building 79 of the artistic Bastakiya district in Bur Dubai, Dubai. This building is distinguished by its variety of traditional architectural design was built in 1925 by Abdul Razzaq Uztadi. It has two entrances, Barajeel (wind tower), decorative pillars, traditional ceilings and corners and guest rooms. This building was renovated and rehabilitated in 2006 and now it is used as Interactive Gallery. It has well-appointed and equipped rooms to meet the criteria of a gallery space, art facilities, and training studios.

Al Bastakiya is a historic district in Dubai. Together with Al Shindagha, Al Bastakiya is one of the oldest residential areas in the city of Dubai. Al Bastakiya is named after the Bastak region of Iran. The locality lies along Dubai Creek and includes narrow lanes and wind towers, as well as the Al Fahidi Fort, the oldest existing building in Dubai.

Dubai Heritage & Diving Villiage. A traditional heritage village, located near the mouth of Dubai Creek in the Shindagha district, features potters and weavers practicing traditional crafts, as well as exhibits and demonstrations of pearl diving. It is a place where the visitor can take a step back in time and experience some of Dubai’s culture and heritage.


Dubai Cusine

Food in Dubai is as cosmopolitan as its people. You can find everything here – from sushis, Food in Dubai is as cosmopolitan as its people.

You can find everything here – from sushis to chapatis to adobos and even to burgers. Whether you want high-class French extravagance or a budget streetside curry, the restaurants here will deliver. 

Dubai is without doubt the culinary capital of the Middle East. Not only is the sheer number of restaurants breathtaking, but the quality and elegance of the food in some establishments easily rivals (even outclasses) that of other modern cities. Not bad when you consider that the Emirati food consists mainly of stews cooked in vast quantities, and would be considered bland by many Western palates.

The foods served on the tables of Doha and Mecca are also served on the tables of Dubai. The closest you’ll get to ever tasting what is truly exotic in this desert paradise is when a large Bedouin family invites you to a traditional wedding and the legendary stuffed camel is part of the entree.


Dubai at Night

It is imperative to remember at all times that only certain restaurants and bars in Dubai are allowed to sell alcohol but this should not detract from the entertainment value on offer. The only restriction to this liberty is the prohibition of drinking in public and during religious holidays.

The Moroccan themed Kasbar is one bar to make a point of visiting due to its highly unusual terraced construction, while Carter’s in Wafi City in the heart of Dubai is one of the better combined bars and restaurants, very popular with the nightlife crowd later in the evening. 



One of the main reasons why international visitors come to Dubai is for its shopping facilities and yearly Celebrations.

There are more than seventy shopping malls in Dubai, as well as countless numbers of more traditional retail outlets.  



A lot of traders still negotiate on prices for items, so it is not always a good idea to pay the first price suggested. Shoppers and sightseers alike should not miss visiting the Ibn Battuta Mall. Named after a legendary traveller, the mall is separated in to geographically themed wings. As well as retail outlets, it also contains a wide variety of entertainment facilities and food and drink establishments.




ENJOY Dubai Beauty, by Land & Sea   

The climate of dubai is very much suited to sun worshippers, though dress code is required to be observed on many public beaches.  


The city of Dubai lies in the Arabian desert however the Dubai geography and topography is considerably different from the southern parts of the united Arab Emirates. most of the landscape of Dubai is sand desert unlike the gravel deserts that cover much of the immediate regions to the south. 






Golfing Dubai 

The emirate is subject to just 7 days of rain per year on average, the relentless sunshine has made golfers take serious notice. 

The emergence of Dubai as a destination for golfers has much to do with the prestigious developments, where the game's leading names have been commissioned to create outstanding courses. Be sure to visit the Montgomerie resort and Dubai Creek during your stay, which will be based in one of our luxurious bases. Dotted along the stunning Gulf Coast are incredible developments like Le Royal Meridien, the Hilton Jumeirah Beach and the ultimate Dubai landmark, the Burj Al Arab. 


If you have children in your party, See Dubai's legendary Theme Parks.

Wild Wadi Waterpark is something which should not be missed, where the wonderful variety of rides and activities for all ages are based on the adventures of the legendary Sinbad. 




Horse Racing in Dubai, more than a National Passtime

The Arabian Horse, renowned for their beauty. loyalty, strength and intellegence. The Arabian horse is as much a tradition as the Camel and Falcon.


Ride the Deserts of Dubai





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Dubai is a constantly changing, sprawling desert oasis, blending traditions and excitement 





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