Dazzling Dubai

Dazzling Dubai

Market Price


  • 03 Nights / 04 Days accommodation at hotel with breakfast. (Moevenpick Hotel Deira - 5*)
  • Meet and Greet service at Dubai Airport & Return Airport Transfer.
  • Half Day Dubai City Tour with Entrance to Dubai Museum.
  • Dhow Cruise with 5* Catering Dinner by Movenpick Hotel.
  • Desert Safari with BBQ Dinner, Tannora Show & Belly Dancing.
  • All Transfer on SIC basis.
  • All applicable taxes.

Package Exclusion:

  • OTB charges as per the flight.
  • Air Tickets.


  • Daily 2 bottles of water in the room.
  • Complimentary daily newspaper.
  • Wi-Fi internet(Chargeable).
  • Business centre facilities.
  • Guest locker available.
  • Complimentary buffet breakfast at "Panorama" coffee shop from 06:00 hrs to 10:30 hrs.
  • Complimentary use of steam bath, sauna bath, jacuzzi, swimming pool & health club facilities.
  • Complimentary usage of iron & iron board on request.
  • Complimentary tea/coffee making facility in the room.
  • Complimentary shuttle return airport transfers from Dubai International airports terminal 1,2 & 3.

Dubai is an amazingly well developed, technologically advanced metropolis well endowed with first world standards of infrastructure. Its population consisting of mainly expatriates and foreigners (80%), Dubai enjoys the privilege of culminating Western technology with European design, Eastern artistry and Middle Eastern architecture. Strategically located in the heart of the Arabian Gulf, this financial capital of the middle east is extremely welcoming to foreign interest, and to that extent is probably the least conservative Arab state. The Emirate enjoys millions of visitors from around the region and the world, and places of interest and tourist activities are plentiful.

For the young or young at heart, spend a few hours skiing- that’s right, in midst of the blazing desert heat, the Mall of the Emirates has a full blown indoor ski slope operating throughout the day. Besides skiing and snowboarding, the young ones have the option to enjoy tobogganing, sledding or tube slides.
Desert safari is a real thrill – one would never expect the dunes to be that high or to drop that fast (they can reach 50-100m). Driven by local experts in well-equipped Land Cruisers (typically), the desert spree is sure to get the adrenalin pumping, gliding over peaks and the plummeting down the troughs repeatedly, a strong parallel to Six Flag’s worst roller coaster ride.
For milder excitement levels, you could still have plenty o f fun in the sands; just bring along a piece of cardboard and try sand-boarding!

Spending a day a one of the numerous beaches is probably time well spent. The waters are (not surprisingly) comfortable warm, crystal clear and extremely inviting. Note that due respect should be paid to the local dress code and custom; at beaches populated by locals the wearing of bikinis is frowned upon.
Shop till you drop:
Probably the world’s largest, most extensive and exclusive shopping malls can be found in and around Dubai, for instance the Burjuman centre downtown, Ibn Batutta, Marina Mall and the fabulous Dubai Mall (both just opened recently), the latter boasting an enormous indoor aquarium. Designer labels of every imaginable brand can be found here, and the prices are fairly reasonable.

Visit the Gold Souq at Bur Dubai, a semi-enclosed mall consisting of dozens of local jewelers offering beautiful, intricately designed gold jewelry finished mostly in 22 carat. Prices are based on weight and are normally negotiable – you should offer about 60% of the asking price and be able to settle at around 70% and you should compare at least 3 vendors to get an idea of price variations. Popular with western tourists are Indian or Mogul styled gold bangles, and these abound from store to store.
Karama shopping centre has an extensive array of quaint shops and street vendors where ‘genuine fake’ apparel can be bought including sunglasses, clothes, shoes, handbags and accessories. Bargaining is again the order of the day, however some shops do have prices marked and are non negotiable.
If your kids wanted to spend a day at the park, then Dubai has quite a few pay-parks with manicured lawns, beautiful flora and well-equipped playgrounds. Of note are Jumeirah beach park (a good spot if you wanted to spend some time at the beach also), Safa park (also has a number of amusement rides including a carousel, ferris wheel; paddle-cars and motorized boats that can be rented), and Zabeel park.

Driving – Despite the crazy drivers and choking traffic during peaks hours, Dubai roads are very extensive and usually a good condition. One can enjoy the stark contrast of towering skyscrapers to bare desert; pristine beaches to exotic hotels on the Palm. If you would like to venture out, most would recommend a 2 hour drive down to mountainous Hatta.


Add new comment

Connect with us