Dubai Stopover - 3 Days

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Day 1
Dubai International Airport - Hotel - Dhow Cruise with Dinner

Welcome to Dubai. This day marks the beginning of your 5 Day’s vacation to the land of wonders – Dubai! Dubai is a city and emirate in the United Arab Emirates known for luxury shopping, ultramodern architecture and a lively nightlife scene. It is situated on the southern shore of the Persian Gulf on the Arabian Peninsula. Upon your arrival at the Dubai International Airport; our representative will be present to ensure your smooth transfer to the hotel. Complete the check-in formalities and get some rest, you have an exciting evening ahead. (Check-in time: 1400 hours). . Later in the evening proceed for Dhow Cruise. Sundown brings with it an opportunity to cruise along the Dubai Creek on the Dhow Cruise. Board the traditional Arabian Dhow, which takes you via the heart of New Dubai

Day 2
Dubai City Tour & Desert Safari with Dinner

Today, after breakfast proceed for a panoramic orientation city tour of Dubai giving you a glimpse of important landmarks and buildings of the emirate. The itinerary of the tour includes the Jumeirah Mosque, which is the biggest in the city, the Palace of Sheikh “MOMAMMAD”, the residence of the Emir of Dubai and the Dubai Museum (Al Fahdi Fort), which provides visitors a glimpse of Dubai’s past as a trading port. The route includes the Jumeirah Beach Road, which is home to some of the city’s wealthiest residents as well as the banks of the Dubai Creek. You will also be provided with plenty of photo opportunities so that you can document your Dubai adventure. In the afternoon we shall take you for a Desert safari experience. Witness the thrilling experience of a Desert Safari amidst the large expanse of the Dubai deserts and its glistening dunes, deem your visit to Dubai incomplete if you don’t take the Desert Safari. A swanky land cruiser picks you up from the hotel and transports you to the desert. Once there, you are first taken for an adrenaline rushing dune bashing experience where you climb on top of tall dunes in high speed in your 4 X 4 vehicle. Later, you get to watch the world famous Tanoura dance which leaves you spellbound. Belly dancers are up next to give you a truly Arabic experience. (Shisha smoking facility is available at the camps, Quad biking and alcohol are available on prior request and surcharge)

Day 3
Dubai Hotel-Airport

Begin your day with a hearty breakfast. After breakfast check out of the Hotel and proceed to the airport for your flight back home with fond memories.

The Emirate of Dubai is the second largest of the seven United Arab Emirates but has the largest population with over 3.33 million inhabitants as of Sept.2019. Size has been synonymous with Dubai as it continues to push the boundaries of construction. Dubai’s cityscape is always transient and ever-changing with its constant urge to construct bigger and better than before. If there was a Palm Island, Nakheel thought of the World Island. Burj Al Arab was eclipsed when Burj Khalifa cropped up.

Dubai constantly competes with itself, trying to magnetize tourists to a dream-like world of attractions. This drive is clearly visible in its tourist attractions, landmarks, shopping centres, parks and hotels. Although it strictly safeguards its traditional Islamic roots, it allows space for other religions, a rare quality in the conservative Arab world. Thankfully, it has been successful in shielding itself from extremism, making it one of the safest places to visit in the Middle East today. Dubai has emerged as a cosmopolitan metropolis that has grown steadily to become a global melting pot as well as a business and cultural hub of the Middle East and the Persian Gulf region.

A first-time visitor to Dubai might get overwhelmed with the exciting abundance of attractions, activities, exhibitions, shopping and nightlife but we’re here to help. Here’s a top list of things to do when holidaying in Dubai.

  • Airport Transfers to & fro the hotel.
  • 02 nights’ accommodation with buffet breakfast in 3 Star Hotel
  • Daily breakfast at hotel and two dinners during tours.
  • Half day Dubai City Tour, Dubai mall & Jumeirah beach.
  • Desert Safari with barbecue dinner and belly dancing entertainment.
  • Sunset Dhow dinner Cruise on Seat in Coach Basis.
  • All Tours and Transfers on Seat in Coach Basis unless specified.
  • Airfare.
  • Dubai Visa
  • Travel Insurance
  • Peak/festival period surcharge
  • Beverages NOT included in the quotation
  • Entrance Fee (unless specified)
  • Driver & Guide Tipping
  • Room service
  • Early Check-in
  • Late Check-out
  • Luggage truck & Porter
  • If City / Resort Fees / Tourist taxes are applicable then the same will be Payable directly at hotel /Apartment. Tourism Dirham Fee of 10, 15, 20, 25(03, 04, 05 Star & Luxury Hotels) is directly payable by the guest at the time of check in.
  • Anything not mentioned in the Inclusions.

FAQ'S

What is the time difference between India and Dubai?

India is 1 hour and 30 minutes ahead of Dubai – United Arab Emirates

What is the best way to travel internally?

The bus network in Dubai connects all the major landmarks and tourist spots of the city and is very comfortable. You can also take the economical Big Bus sightseeing tour which takes you to all the major attractions and offers live commentary and free admission to the Dubai Museum and a dhow cruise. The metro comprehensively covers all the major landmarks and is another economical mode of transport. Taxis are a convenient way of getting around and are easily available throughout the city. The water bus is another economical and preferred way to travel from Bur Dubai to Deira and vice versa. You can hire a car and drive, but it is not advisable as there is bad traffic congestion in the city. You will need to have a credit card and an international driving license for that

What is the visa procedure for Indian visitors?

You need a pre-applied visa to come to Dubai. You get a single entry 30-day renewable tourist visa. Ensure that you have a passport with a minimum validity of six months and required travel insurance before you apply.

Is there a dress code to adhere to?

Being an Islamic nation, you cannot wear short skirts, shorts, micro-minis, see-through clothes, while you are in public. Also, women need to cover their head if they are entering a mosque.

What is the currency of Dubai? Do I have to carry credit cards or travellers cheques?

The currency used in Dubai is Arab Emirate Dirham. There are plenty of ATMs throughout the city to withdraw money from. Also, all major international debit and credit cards are accepted at most shopping malls, hotels and restaurants.

How do I buy a local Sim Card? Will I be able to I get Wi-Fi connectivity?

Travellers can easily purchase pre-paid SIM cards to call both locally and internationally. SIM cards can be availed in various denominations at the airport itself. Dubai enjoys seamless internet connectivity. Most hotels, restaurants and malls offer free Wi-Fi services. Internet is also available on mobile devices by the service providers

What type of food do I get in Dubai? Will I get vegetarian food in Dubai?

Dubai has world-class restaurants offering everything from traditional Arabic cuisine to British, Chinese, Filipino, French, German, Greek, Indian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Mediterranean, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Swiss and Thai. You can get vegetarian food easily at most of the restaurants.

What are the drinking laws in Dubai?

The minimum age for the consumption of alcohol in Dubai is 21 years. You will need to carry an ID proof while visiting a bar. Drinking alcohol in public places prohibited in Dubai and is punishable under law. You are not allowed to carry alcohol to beaches unless it is owned by hotels with a liquor license.

What are the tipping rules in Dubai?

Though tipping is not mandatory in Dubai, it is always expected. INR 170-350 approximately is the ideal tipping amount for porters, waiters or bellboys. 10% of the total bill amount should be given as tip in restaurants and cafes.

Can I haggle in the markets?

Sure, you can haggle with local vendors at the various souks. However, avoid any type of haggling at the malls.

What is the restriction on the alcohol and tobacco products bought under duty-free?

There are certain restrictions on the amount of alcohol and tobacco products that can be brought in under duty-free: 400 cigarettes, 50 cigars and 500 grams of loose tobacco are allowed. 4 litres of alcohol/ 2 cartons of beer with 24 cans each are permitted.

What are the prohibited goods to carry in Dubai?

Drugs, narcotics, chemicals and organic fertilizers, KhusKhus (poppy seeds) or paan (betel leaves), pornographic material, non-Islamic religious pamphlets for missionary activities, fireworks, ivory, weapons and ammunition, laser pens, radar jammers/other unauthorized communication devices, plants or endangered animals, and any other objects which do not adhere to the religious and moral values of the UAE are prohibited. If caught, serious punishment is awarded to the offender.

Custom visa

Make sure you have the following ready before arrival in Dubai:

The traveller’s valid passport with a validity of at six months
A valid 30 Dubai visa
Travel insurance for all medical emergencies
The most reliable source from where you can get all visa related information is the UAE embassy in your country. Before applying for a visa, ensure that you have a sponsor in the UAE for the same. There are 3 types of visas that you can apply for:

Tourist visa: This valid for 30 days and is renewable.
Transit visa: This is the best option for short trips (if you travelling to Dubai for less than four days.)
Visit visa: You can either take the visa for 30 days or for 90 days. This visa type is not renewable.
Declarations and Allowances:

Dubai customs allows visitors to enter with goods the value of which does not exceed Dh 3000, without paying import fees, provided:

Items are only for personal or professional use
Amount of goods are reasonable
Items are not restricted or prohibited
There are certain restrictions on the amount of alcohol and tobacco products that can be brought in under duty free:

400 cigarettes, 50 cigars and 500 grams of loose tobacco are allowed
4 litres of alcohol/ 2 cartons of beer with 24 cans each are allowed
Prohibited and Restricted Goods:

The following items are prohibited in Dubai. Carrying them with you in any form may lead to strict penalties:

Drugs, narcotics, chemicals and organic fertilizers, Khus khus (poppy seeds) or paan (betel leaves), pornographic material, non-Islamic religious pamphlets for missionary activities, fireworks, ivory, weapons and ammunition, laser pens, radar jammers/other unauthorized communication devices, plants or endangered animals, and any other objects which do not adhere to the religious and moral values of the UAE are prohibited here.

For a detailed list of all the items, visit http://www.dubaicustoms.gov.ae.

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