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Dubai Family Tour

Dubai Family Tour TourCode : 1287
Duration  3 Nights / 4 Days
Destination  Dubai
Route  Delhi-Dubai-Delhi
Best Time To Visit Daily,all year round
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Day 1: Arrive Dubai

On arrival in Dubai, you will be met and transferred to your hotel by hotel shuttle service. Check in at the hotel by 1400hrs. Rest of the day is free at leisure. Overnight in Dubai.

Day 2: Dubai – City Tour

After breakfast, enjoy city tour of Dubai. View the most magnificent Jumeirah Mosque The Jumeriah Public Beach, passing by Jumeirah Beach Hotel, Burj Al Arab, Dubai Museum and stop at the gold souk. We recommend you to visit the Dubai Mall one of the largest Mall in Bur Dubai or visit the Mall of Emirates for some great shopping. Overnight in Dubai.

Day 3: Dubai

Enjoy buffet breakfast at the hotel. Full day is free for you to shop at your hearts content. Overnight in Dubai.

Day 4: Depart – Dubai

After breakfast, check out of the hotel as you will be transferred to the Dubai airport by hotel shuttle.


If history is your kind of thing, visit the archaeological sites at Al Ghusais, Al Sufooh and Jumeirah where you will find artefacts from the seventh to fifteenth centuries. The Jumeirah Mosque on Al Jumeirah Road is an example of modern Islamic architecture at its best. The mosque is beautifully lit up after sundown. Tours are conducted on Sundays and Thursdays at 10 am.

Stop by at the Dubai Museum at the Al Fahidi Fort and the Sheikh Saeed Al Maktoum House, now a museum. Rising 39 floors above the city is the Dubai Trade Centre – get a panoramic view of the city from the viewing gallery or join a guided tour at 9:30am and 4:30pm.

The old Bastakiya district was famous in the past for a mass of windtowers that lined the creek on either side. The “wind towers” were not merely decorative; they were the only means of cooling the house before the advent of electricity! Bait al Wakeel was the first office building in Dubai and now houses the fishing and maritime museum. Visit the Bedouin village just outside Dubai to get a feel of what the nomadic way of life was.

Although the architecture of Al Boom Tourist Village is Islamic and stately, it is a village with very modern leisure amenities such as a coffee shop, restaurant, a 2000 seat banquet hall, an amusement park and a marina with five boats. Open 7 days a week from 9am to 1am, it is guaranteed to take your blues away. Go on – have a candlelit dinner while on an evening boat cruise.

Dubai offers the traveller various options – the Safa Park with its artificial lake, the Jumeirah Park with its 18-hole golf course, restaurants and an amphitheatre, the Ras Mamzar Park with its chalets for accommodation, the Mushrif Park and the razzle dazzle of the Gold Souk. 

The Creek is a natural inlet of water and a stroll down this waterfront evokes the city’s centuries old trading history. Hire a traditional boat called “aabra”, which will take you up the creek to the place where thousands of birds congregate.


Called the “shopping capital of the Middle East”, Dubai draws tourists simply by its irresistible shopping opportunities. Numerous shopping malls and souks, duty and tax free merchandise for every conceivable need and a month long Dubai Shopping Festival (DSF) every year lures shopaholics from all over the globe. If you are in Dubai for the pleasure of shopping you are in mall-heaven! DSF 2011 is scheduled from January 20th to February 20th. The gold souk in Dubai is quite unlike anything you will see in the world. Row upon row of shops, glitzy and glittering with gold ornaments – the souk is a must visit even if you aren’t shopping for gold.

Although most shops display “fixed price” signs, in most cases bargaining will reduce the price especially if you are paying in cash. Start with quoting half the price and gradually go upwards!

Eating Joints

There are over 450 restaurants in Dubai and menus are from all around the world. Hotels serve Continental and Arab food and there are also several Chinese, Indian, Japanese, Thai, Filipino and Korean restaurants dotting the city. Middle Eastern restaurants, including Iranian, Moroccan and Lebanese, serve lip-smacking fare. You will conveniently find many international fast food outlets in the city. Restaurants located outside hotel premises are not allowed to serve alcohol. Frozen fruits from all over the world and also Dubai’s fresh fruit and vegetables are available in supermarkets.

The nightlife in the bars, hotels, pubs, discos and nightclubs is much talked about and is guaranteed to satiate your twinkling toes. For an exotic experience, go to a Middle Eastern nightclub that features Arab singers and dancers. Popular singers from both the West and the East, and stage plays from London regularly perform in Dubai. Check the local newspaper for details.


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