Have you ever been to the tallest building in the world? We take you to Burj Khalifa – Dubai’s iconic landmark , straight to the top to view the city and its beautiful skyline. A truly mesmerizing sight, you will be awed by its view, a stunning 360-degrees view of the city .
Visit the biggest mall in the World, Dubai Mall ,to watch the dancing Dubai Fountain – an amazing synchronicity of music and lights. Witness a performance unlike any other. The highlight of the performance includes the signature piece of world renowned Italian tenor Andrea Bocelli.
Dubai, the “City of Merchants” offers a fascinating kaleidoscope of contrasts – the old and new, the East and the West. Our historical tour will journey through the sights and scents of the Orient. We drive past the ruler’s palace and stop over the Bastakia area – the oldest part of the city with its tall wind towers.
Visit the Dubai museum, the 18th century Al Fahidi Fort depicting various scenes of years gone by, providing a fascinating glimpse of the historical links of the city which started as a port for trading and pearl diving. Enjoy local teas in ancient tea houses along the way as you tour around the city
No trip to Dubai is complete without visiting this Emirati and Arabic restaurant facing the waterways of the Historical Creek. The menu reflects various authentic Emirati delicacies including traditional Emirati Breakfast with specialties such as Saffron Pancakes, Khameer (Cardamom and fennel flavored yeast bread) served with dates Honey & homemade Cheese. Enjoy Jarjeer wa Hamba (Rocket and Green Mango Salad) and Lgeimat (Saffron Flavored Fritters), Shorba Harees (Wheat Soup) and the popular Shorbat Adas (Traditional Lentil Soup) and a variety of other local food . The meal is a feast, ladies come with an appetite because this is what Arabian hospitality is all about.
Visit the old spice souk in a traditional water taxi or ‘ Abra ‘. The spice souq with its aromatic varieties of spices, incense, dried herbs even herbal medicine is a must visit when in Dubai. From the spice souk head to the Gold Souk. You have to see this to believe it, an entire area dedicated to gold shopping. A dazzling sight where you can buy anything from rings to crowns all in Gold and precious stones. A place for great bargains !
A magnificent example of modern Islamic architecture, the Jumeirah mosque is another iconic landmark of Dubai . Amidst a busy shopping district, the monument stands majestically sounded by palm trees. Everyone is welcome here . Ladies don’t forget your scarves, we do need to cover up before entering the mosque.
Dubai’s 7 star hotel, the iconic Burj Arab is on our Dubai bucket list. Get a chance to stop in front of the heavily gated security for a photo op . The back drop of the hotel provides amazing views .
Plan to get the best bargains from designer outlets and popular shopping malls . Whether you are looking for luxury shopping or you are a bargain hunter we have it all planned for you. The city is filled with great indoor and outdoor shopping for luxury, traditional and bargain experiences . A day of pure shopping extravaganza !
An Arabian adventure, you MUST join us for this desert safari ! The safari is an opportunity to discover the desert experience. The sheer thrill of driving on golden sand dunes in comfortable 4 WD vehicles with skilled drivers before heading to view the desert sunset from the highest dunes is an experience by itself . Enjoy a sumptuous Arabian style BBQ while enjoying shisha (water pipe) and belly dancing, camel ride and Henna painting all under the stars . This is truly Arabian experience at its best – great photo opportunities throughout the journey.
An hour long cruise will take you around the Burj al Arab and the Palm Jumeirah and the entire stretch of the marina. It does get a cold during the winter months so jackets or shawls are recommended
A beautiful and vibrant boulevard, The Jumeirah Beach Residence is a stretch of high rise buildings amidst shopping arcades, hotels, and restaurants. Overlooking the coastline of the Arabian Gulf, this has become the city’s most popular outdoor destination with live entertainment, market style vendors and art. An exceptional place where the city energy, spirit and creativity is at its best
Your first stop in the UAE’s capital- Abu Dhabi , is the Grand mosque also known as Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan mosque, a tribute to the founding father of the UAE and late ruler of Abu Dhabi. This is the largest mosque in the UAE and its luxury marble and gold mosaic makes it the city’s major tourist attraction and can accommodate 40,000 worshippers.
Abu Dhabi’s own 7 star hotel. Emirates palace is known for its opulent interiors its grandeur exterior and the only gold lot machine in the world During our stop here you’ll experience the Arabian hospitality as the traditionally dressed coffee server welcomes you with dates and coffee before we take you through this magnificent hotel. Celebrities, diplomats and royalty have all stayed at this luxurious property
A homage to UAE’s early lifestyle, the heritage Village gives you a glimpse of history, traditions and culture pre oil boom. Get a chance to view life as it was and enjoy a different kind of insight into this modern city.
A popular venue within the heritage village the restaurant serves traditional and modern cuisine freshly prepared by its executive chefs. With a perfect backdrop of the blue water this is a delightful stop before you continue on to your Abu Dhabi exploration.
The island is situated along the Saadiyat Island and is the home to F1 and Ferrari world. Yas Island also houses five star hotels, restaurants on the marina, Yas Mall and residential complexes.