Dubai

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

Dubai has a myriad of attractions to excite any traveler, from skiing to desert safaris. With so many options to choose from, it can be overwhelming planning a trip to Dubai.

Enjoy winter fun all year round at the incredible Ski Dubai Snow Park housed in the Mall of the Emirates. From beginners to proficient snow sports enthusiasts, there is something for everyone in this unique resort. Lying on 3000 square meters of snow, Ski Dubai Snow Park is the first park of its kind in the whole of Middle East, with a size equivalent to three football fields!

Incredible  views of Dubai’s stunning cityscape are guaranteed on this thrilling boat ride. Cruise around the curve of the Palm Jumeirah island and admire the visionary developments taking place there. Get a glimpse of the ultimate in high living when you pass the opulent villas and penthouses designed for the super-rich. Admire fabulous resorts like the Atlantis and Madinat Jumeirah and watch out for the unmistakable silhouette of Dubai’s Burj Al Arab. Elegantly designed to resemble a billowing sail, this towering landmark houses the world’s most luxurious hotel. This exciting 75-minute trip gives you magnificent views of Dubai that you cannot see any other way! his is the most important icon of Dubai. Burj al-Arab is a luxury hotel located in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. Building the Burj al-Arab, designed by Tom Wright, reached an altitude of 321 meters, 66 floors and is the tallest building is fully used as a hotel. The building stands on an artificial island located 280 m offshore in the Persian Gulf. Burj al-Arab is owned by Jumeirah. Besides above the ocean waters, the high tower also features with a special dish of cocktail Skyview Bar, underwater restaurant, seven-star hotel rooms and an outdoor tennis court. Burj al-Arab become the most famous tourist attractions in Dubai.

Leave the city behind you and escape into the rocky wilderness. Explore the desert and mountains around Dubai and discover the region's historical past. Take an adventurous drive through the desert and dramatic red-rock landscape in a 4x4 vehicle and stop for a break at a Wadi. In addition to riding a camel, desert skiing (Sandboarding) and other natural roller coaster, here you can enjoy a puff shisha (Arabic tobacco) while watching the belly dancers in action.

Visit the attractive heritage village of Hatta and admire the romantic old Fortress and the house of the Sheikh. Watch the traditional way of watering dates and take a cool fresh dip in the idyllic Hatta pools before lunch. Enjoy a tasty set menu at the Fort Hotel and return to Dubai feeling refreshed and relaxed.

Dubai is famous for its shopping, Go straight to the best malls and souks where you will find some incredible bargains. Fabulous goods from all around the world can be seen in these malls. You will find leading brands, Louis Vuitton, Dior, Hermes, Valentino, Cartier, Ferragamo, and many more. Visit Al Fahidi Street for electronics, video, audio, TV systems, home appliances and photographic equipment, all sold at very competitive tax free prices.

Enjoy the vast choice of textiles at Naif Souk and don’t miss the famous Gold Souk in the ‘City of Gold’.  This Shopping Tour in Dubai is a dream trip for bargain hunters. The fun begins when you are picked up from your hotel in a comfortable coach at around 0900h (09.00 am) and driven into town.  

Your tour will take you to one of Dubai’s celebrated shopping malls such as Deira City Centre, Burjuman, Mercato, Wafi City, or Ibn Batuta Mall. These 'retail palaces' are the biggest and most modern shopping centers in the city and are the places where you can easily find everything under one roof.

Dubai city tour by coach along the lanes of Dubai city will give you a glimpse of its ancient Arabian culture and heritage mantled with the modern cosmopolitan lifestyle. You will experience an exiting ride on the Abra (water taxi), the popular local mode of transport which takes you across the creek to spice souk and the glittering gold souk that gives Dubai its name "city of gold".