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Dubai Burj Al Arab
Dubai

Dubai Short Break 4 Days | 3 Nights

Open yourself for the luxury and tradition that only Dubai can offer! This 4-day itinerary covers the must-have experiences in the heart of the UAE!

Visited Locations
  • Dubai Museum
  • Spice Souks and Gold Souks
  • Burj Al Arab
  • Jumeirah Mosque Photo stop
  • Dubai Desert Safari with BBQ Dinner
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Dubai
Dubai

Highlights of Dubai & Abu Dhabi 5 Days | 4 Nights

Luxury & tradition meet here! 5-day itinerary Dubai & Abu Dhabi with excellent services and the comfort you deserve. 

Visited Locations
  • Burj Al Arab
  • Dubai Creek
  • Desert Safari
  • Dhow Cruise
  • Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque
  • Dubai Mall, Marina
  • Dubai Museum
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Dubai Marina
Dubai

Dubai Grand Tour 8 Days | 7 Nights

Discover the Real Essence of the Land of the Sky skyscrapers deeply. Make Dubai and Abu Dhabi 8 Days Grand Tour.

Visited Locations
  • Dubai Creek
  • Louver Museum
  • Desert Safari
  • Dhow Cruise Dubai.
  • Yas Island Abu Dhabi
  • Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque
  • Dubai Mall
  • Dubai Marina
  • Dubai Museum
  • Burj Al Arab
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Dubai Aquarium
Dubai

Incredible Dubai Family Package 7 Days | 6 Nights

Dubai, fun and family time for 7 days! This itinerary is all about fun and Dubai offers the best options in the world. Check it out!

Visited Locations
  • Dubai Aquarium and Underwater Zoo
  • Dubai Mall
  • Dubai Marina.
  • Palm Jumeirah
  • Atlantis Aquaventure Waterpark
  • Desert Safari
  • Dubai Bollywood Parks
  • Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque
  • Louvre Museum
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Multi Destinations

oman
Oman

Oman & Dubai Package- 8 Days 8 Days / 7 Nights

Fantastic 8-day trip to Oman & Dubai! Blend tradition and modernity in the Middle East for an unforgettable experience! Book now.

Visited Locations
  • Muscat
  • Bahla 
  • Nizwa
  • Dubai
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Travel Guide

Sheikh Zayed Mosque Abu Dhabi

Visit the iconic architectural building of Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque in Abu Dhabi. Enjoy the place with its royal white structures and the touch of gold and take some spectacular photos.

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The Village Heritage in Abu Dhabi

 

Don't miss the opportunity of exploring the Bedouin lifestyle and the rich history of  UAE in the Heritage Village Abu Dhabi 

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Dubai Museum

If you are interested in learning about new cultures, be sure to visit the Dubai Museum.

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Jumeirah Mosque

Being one of the few mosques in the UAE that allow visitors of all faiths to explore about Islam and the local culture, Jumeirah Mosque with its white stone facade, elegant minarets and beautiful landscaping is considered one of the most engaging cultural treasures in Dubai. 

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Frequently Questions

The procedures needed to acquire a visa for the UAE differs according to the country that you’re from and the duration of stay you are planning on. If you have a passport from either Andorra, Australia, Brunei, Canada, China, Hong Kong, China, Japan, Kazakhstan, Macau, China, Malaysia, Mauritius, Monaco. New Zealand, Republic of Ireland, San Marino, Singapore, Ukraine, United Kingdom, Northern Ireland, United States of America & Vatican City No advance visa arrangements will be needed just get off your plane and head to the immigration department where your passport will be stamped with a 30 day free of charge stay. 

If you have a passport of another country than the ones mentioned above you will be able to a multiple-entry 90-day visa, to check the list of the aforementioned countries you can check with The UAEs consulate or embassy in your country or online.

Alcohol can be ordered at bars and clubs with legitimate licences, you will usually find these establishments at international hotels. Foreigners staying at the UAE can purchase alcohol directly from a liquor shop but require a government-issued licence for that.  One aspect where the UAEs legal system is strict in is driving while drinking, whose punishments range from being jailed to paying a hefty fine.

Although Dubai is rich with historic sites to visit, epic nights under the starlight in the sky one of the main activities that you can do in Dubai is shopping. THIS IS why we recommend Winter as the best time to visit  Dubai, from November to April. Not only is the weather more forgiving within that time but also the city is busy with tourist looking to explore the Dubai shopping festival.

The general attire of the residents of Dubai does not differ much from that of people outside of Dubai, with women wearing shorts, skirts, sleeveless tops while preserving a sense of modesty. Generally speaking, revealing clothing is not the safest option with more conservative options such as a pair of Jeans and a T-shirt is more on the safe side. Another thing to consider is that the locals of Dubai opt-in for a much more conservative attire than that common between the foreign ex-pats in Dubai. 

The official currency of Dubai and the rest of the UAE is the Dirham, its abbreviation is the AED. As for the exchange rate, a single US Dollar is exchanged for 3.67 AED, for the euro the exchange rate is 4.32 AED, the Canadian Dollar its 2.74 and finally the sterling pound its 4.78.

The official currency of Dubai and the rest of the UAE is the Dirham, its abbreviation is the AED. As for the exchange rate, a single US Dollar is exchanged for 3.67 AED, for the euro the exchange rate is 4.32 AED, the Canadian Dollar its 2.74 and finally the sterling pound its 4.78.

Dubai is generally known for its warm & Humid climate, with temperatures reaching over 40 degrees celsius in the summer ( June to September) and winters being relatively cooler but still warm, with temperatures averaging around 24 degrees celsius and dropping to 14 Celsius at night. It is worth mentioning that everywhere in Dubai is climate controlled, allowing you to explore with relative ease. 

The Official Language of Dubai is Arabic & English, with around 75% of Dubai’s population as English speakers. You are bound to stumble onto some other languages aside of Arabic and English, such as Persian, Bengali, Chinese, Urdu & others due to the many ex-pats in Dubai from these regions. 

Dubai being an Islamic country, with a law that reflects or derives the bigger part of its laws from the Islamic Practices and Beliefs makes certain situations that might not be penalized in your homeland legally penalized in Dubai. Here are some of the must-know illegal acts in Dubai, that could lead to imprisonment or finning: Insulting the royal family, local government or government officials, extortion, swearing, Public display of affection & social media posting of local incidents.

Dubai is one, if not the safest emirate of the UAE, garnering momentum and popularity during these past years due to the exponential growth of its infrastructure. You have no need to worry while navigating the exciting streets of Dubai.

At the start of the COVID-1- crisis, Dubai announced a full ban on out and into Dubai with a similar ban of movement between emirates. The government also announced that entry shall be granted to those who are able to provide a Negative COVID-19 result whin 48 hours. The last bu Not least there are rapid Corona Virus testing stations located on the borders between Dubai & abu Dhabi.  This is subject to change however, therefore, er advise you to follow up with news about changing procedure.