Activities Included ( Dubai City Tour + Desert Safari + Dhow Cruise Dinner - Creek )
Our 4 hour Dubai city tour would take you to the most prominent places in Dubai. You also get to see two different sides of Dubai, the historical one and the modern one. Beginning with the Dubai Museum, located in the Al Fahidi Fort (built in the 18th century), you’ll get to experience Dubai before it discovered oil and became the power city it is today. This is followed by a drive along the Dubai Creek, which is a historical area and still holds remnants of the past.
While the historical part of the city is quite interesting, your Dubai city tour would not be complete if you do not see its modern side. So now get ready to see some of the emirate’s futuristic skyscrapers and awe-inspiring architectures! We’ll drive you past Sheik Zayed Road, allowing you to catch a glimpse of Dubai’s modern icons like Mall of the Emirates, Burj Khalifa, Dubai Mall and Burj Al Arab along the way.
With the trip extending to Jumeirah region, more and more attractions will be revealed. Take in the spellbinding traditional Arabic architecture as you make your way through the charming Jumeirah Mosque. You’ll also pass through the one-of-its-kind Palm Islands, Jumeirah Beach, and enjoy photo stops at Atlantis Palm Hotel.
This tour package by us has been designed to cover the most important places in the city of Dubai. This tour package is perfect for those who want to view the entire city of Dubai in a short period of time.
If you want to experience the life in Dubai or UAE before it became the city it is today, a desert safari trip is a must. Our desert safari trip includes spending a few hour's time in a Bedouin-style tent, right in the middle of the desert.
The tour begins with our vehicle picking you up from your home or hotel and driving you down to the outskirts of the desert. Here starts your exciting desert journey in a 4 X 4 Land Cruiser that would take you on a dune bashing ride. Experience your adrenaline going high up while the sand sweeps around your vehicle and you cascade on the steep sand dunes.
Once you arrive at the desert campsite, you can enjoy your time by riding a camel, smoking a flavored shisha, drinking the traditional Arabic coffee, enjoying the captivating belly dance and Tanura dance. Do not miss the chance to take some breathtaking pictures of the desert in your camera, especially during sunset. The colors of the setting sun on the sands would leave you mesmerized.
Apart from this, you can try out the traditional costumes, get a henna tattoo and enjoy a delicious buffet dinner. After dinner, you would be dropped back to your place of stay.
Dubai Creek is an integral part of the city's history. It divides the city into two sections, Bur Dubai and Deira. Both the sides of the Dubai Creek boasts of some of the best exquisite buildings of the city. Therefore, a trip to the Creek is a must. However, rather than walking on the coast, go on a dhow cruise to turn your sightseeing into a unique experience.
The dhow is a traditional Bedouin boat that was used for trade and transportation. Today, these dhows have been converted into restaurants that have a lower (air-conditioned) and upper (open-air) decks. You are offered a welcome drink on arrival and are also served delicious barbecued dishes once the dhow sets on sail.