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Dubai, often referred to as the "City of Gold" or the "Pearl of the Gulf," is a captivating and dynamic metropolis located in the United Arab Emirates (UAE). Nestled on the southeastern coast of the Arabian Peninsula, Dubai has undergone a remarkable transformation over the past few decades, evolving from a small fishing village into a global hub for finance, tourism, and innovation. One of Dubai's most iconic features is its stunning skyline, dominated by awe-inspiring skyscrapers such as the Burj Khalifa, the world's tallest building. This architectural marvel is a testament to Dubai's ambition and commitment to pushing the boundaries of what is possible. It serves as a symbol of the city's determination to be at the forefront of modernity and innovation. Dubai's economic prosperity is underpinned by its strategic location as a major global business and transportation hub. The city's state-of-the-art ports and airports facilitate trade and commerce, making it a vital link in the global supply chain. Additionally, Dubai has positioned itself as a tax-free haven, attracting businesses and investors from around the world. Tourism plays a significant role in Dubai's economy, with millions of visitors flocking to the city each year. Dubai offers an array of attractions, from luxurious resorts and pristine beaches to world-class shopping and entertainment options. The Palm Jumeirah, an artificial island shaped like a palm tree, and the Dubai Mall, one of the largest shopping malls on the planet, are just a few of the must-see destinations. Dubai's commitment to innovation and technology is evident in projects like the Dubai Internet City and Dubai Media City, which have fostered a thriving tech and media sector. Moreover, the city's dedication to sustainability is reflected in initiatives like the Dubai Expo 2020, which showcased cutting-edge sustainable technologies and solutions to address global challenges. The cultural diversity in Dubai is a reflection of its open and inclusive society. The city is home to people from all corners of the world, creating a rich tapestry of cultures, languages, and traditions. Dubai's commitment to tolerance and coexistence has made it a model for multiculturalism in the Middle East. Dubai also boasts a thriving arts and cultural scene, with world-class museums, galleries, and theaters. The Dubai Opera House, for example, hosts a wide range of international performances, from classical music to contemporary theater. In terms of lifestyle, Dubai offers an unparalleled blend of modernity and tradition. While it embraces all the conveniences of a cosmopolitan city, it also respects its heritage and traditions, evident in places like the historic Al Fahidi District and the bustling souks where traditional crafts and spices are sold. In conclusion, Dubai stands as a testament to human ambition and innovation. This city in the desert has defied the odds, transforming itself into a global powerhouse known for its striking architecture, economic prowess, and cultural vibrancy. It continues to be a place where dreams are turned into reality, attracting people from all walks of life who seek to be part of its incredible journey of growth and development.
The capital of United Arab Emirates, Abu Dhabi is also the second most populated city in UAE. Here you can see amazing sights like the largest hand-loomed carpet in the world, a falcon hospital, man-made islands, the skyscraper with the greatest lean, the biggest sand dunes, the fastest roller coaster and much more. The city is just 1.5 hours away from exciting Dubai but is laid back and peaceful with more parks, tree-lined streets, and wider roads. Though it has more of an authentic Arabian ambiance, rapid urbanization and development have turned it into one of the richest cities in the world. Abu Dhabi now plays host to tourists who come from all corners of the globe to witness this rich culture which is unspoiled by the intoxication of most tourist destinations. A visit to Abu Dhabi would be incomplete without trying the desert safari, walking along the waterfront Corniche, boat rides, shopping at the many malls, visiting the Ferrari World, etc. Whatever you’re looking for, from historic sacred sites to the finest dining and high-end shopping to touring the Arabian Desert, Abu Dhabi has it all and more.
Arrive at Dubai International Airport and proceed to your hotel or resort. Settle in your room and by nightfall, set out to experience a traditional dinner on the Dhow Cruise. Treat your eyes to gorgeous views of the Dubai Creek and glitzy buildings, while you relish a sumptuous dinner, accompanied by lovely music at the background. Overnight Stay in Hotel
Have a delicious breakfast and board your coach for a wonderful sightseeing tour of Dubai. You will get to witness iconic attractions of the city and some of the world's most stunning architectural marvels. After the tour, you will return to the hotel and relax. Later on, embark upon a visit to the 124th floor of Burj Khalifa (2,722 ft), one of the tallest structures in the world that adds to the charm of the city of Dubai. Get to the 124th floor of the building and enjoy a breath-taking 360-degree view of the city; an experience that you wouldn't find anywhere else. Overnight Stay in Hotel
Savour a sumptuous breakfast on this day and spend the first half of the day shopping or relaxing in your rooms. Later in the noon, gear up for an exciting desert safari on the shimmering sands of Dubai. Enjoy an adrenaline-pumping safari tour and also try dune bashing, camel riding, quad biking, sand boarding etc. (at an additional cost). In the evening, you can enjoy entertaining performances like belly dancing, Tanoura Show and more that will give you a glimpse of Dubai's traditional cultures. Then end your day with a delectable meal. Overnight Stay in Hotel
After Breakfast. Drive to Abu Dhabi. Explore Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque Which is the central place of worship for citizens of the United Arab Emirates. This massive white structure is the largest mosque in the country, accommodating roughly 40,000 people. Inside you will find white marble columns with mother-of-pearl engravings, expansive Iranian carpets, and intricate crystal chandeliers. The Grand Mosque is one of the UAE's most famous attractions. Things to Know Before You Go 1) The mosque is a must-see for first-time visitors to Abu Dhabi 2) Wear loose-fitting clothing that covers your legs and arms; women must wear a headscarf. 3) Don't forget to bring sunglasses, as the white marble reflects sunlight. The first and largest of its kind in the world, this sprawling Ferrari-inspired theme park on the Yas Island is designed to provide an experience of lifetime. You can indulge in the fun and thrill with its more than 20 pulse-pounding rides and highlights, such as Formula Rosa, Fiorano GT Challenge, Scuderia Challenge, Paddock, V12 flume ride, Speed of Magic, BellItalia, and Galleria Ferrari. In the evening drive back to Dubai. Overnight Stay in Hotel
Your trip to Dubai ends with a lavish breakfast on this day. Check out from the hotel and take transfer to the airport for your return travel.
Note: This is just a suggested itinerary indicative of what could be possible. We customize holidays for your specific needs. Contact us if you want modifications so that we could customize a holiday to suit your need for an unforgettable International tour.
  • 04 night’s accommodation on twin sharing at the Hotels / Resorts as per the itinerary.
  • Daily buffet breakfast at all places in the hotels
  • Journeys Exotica representative for assistance on all arrival and departure transfers.
  • Transfer from Dubai Airport to Dubai Hotel  
  • Transfer from Dubai Hotel to Dubai Airport  
  • Dhow Cruise Creek with Dinner  
  • Desert Safari with BBQ Dinner  
  • Half Day Dubai City Tour with Burj Khalifa 
  • Day Trip to Abu Dhabi – Grand Mosque & Ferrari World ( Standard Ticket )  
  • All currently applicable taxes, including government service tax.
  • Road taxes, parking fee, fuel charges, and interstate taxes. 
  • Expenses of personal nature like tipping, laundry, telephone/fax calls, alcoholic/non- alcoholic beverages, camera/video camera fee at monuments, medical expenses, airport departure tax, any insurance etc.
  • Any meals other than the mentioned.
  • Any kind of Visa Fees / Airfare
  • All extra incurred at the Hotel other than mentioned.
  • Any meals if not mention above. 
  • Porterage at all hotels & airports.
  • Any other services not mentioned in the inclusions.
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