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Our brochure contains information:
- Abu Dhabi tours
- Dubai Hotels
- Stopover Dubai rates
- Emirates airline specials
- The World Dubai information
- Dubai Mall information
- Dubai shopping tours
- Maps of Dubai
- Dubai tours
- Combined Dubai and Abu Dhabi tours
- Attractions in Dubai
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How to get the most out of this brochure and your time
How to read our brochure
Most travellers struggle when it comes to the selection of product or destinations when researching their trip to a new destination. As a destination specialist we try to offer as wide as possible range of product taking into account limitation of space in the brochure. The brochure has been divided into sections showing a variety of options available to both first time as well as repeat travellers. We also cater for those who are just looking for a 1 night stopover to break their long journey to Europe. We have designed selection of itineraries combining transfers, accommodation and popular day tours. We deal with a large selection of hotels, and tours to suit any taste or budget, ranging from basic to luxury and even helicopter charter for those looking for a special experience. Whatever your taste, we can find the right choice for you regardless if it is or not in the brochure.
Duration of Stay in Dubai, & Abu Dhabi
Although our 2 and 3 Nights packages are still the most popular options we recommend to stay longer to fully appreciate the basic sites. 4 and 5 night stays have become more popular recently with clients combining a short stay that normally included a city tour and desert safari with other activities available like falcon tours, shopping tours and cruises. For those that wish,
Best Locations in Dubai
There is no one destination to stay in when visiting Dubai. Each offers its own landmarks and reasons for staying. Ultimately it comes down to your preference and what you would like to experience in Dubai.
Located north of the creek, Deira is the cradle of Dubai's trading roots. A fusion of where the old meets the new, it is an area bustling with activity where visitors can immerse themselves in the atmospheric souk life. The must dos are the Gold Souk and Spice Markets, and take an abra to cross the Creek. Deira is conveniently located ten minutes from Dubai International Airport.
Located on the Western bank of the Creek, 15-20 minutes away from Dubai Airport, it is the home of the historic quarter of Bastakiya. Several renovated historic buildings, the Dubai Museum and the Sheikh Mohammed Centre for Cultural Understanding are located here. This district is full of shopping streets and souks, including the textile souk.
Approximately 30 minutes away from Dubai Airport, Jumeirah is spread out on the beachfront and is considered to be one of the most exclusive areas within Dubai. Home to the iconic sail shaped Burj Al Arab, the majority of the existing hotels in this area are five-star. These luxurious properties feature pools, swim up bars, spas and a wide range of leisure facilities.
One of the newest areas developed, located in west Dubai and approximately 30 minutes from the airport, Al Barsha is conveniently located close to the infamous Mall of the Emirates, which is best known due to Ski Dubai. This area is easily accessible by metro, on the red line and caters for visitors with a wide range of different accommodation budgets, ranging from 2 to 5 stars.
Located 20 minutes away from Dubai Airport, the Downtown area is home to some of the city's most important landmarks including Burj Khalifa - the world's tallest building, Dubai Mall - the world's largest shopping mall and the Dubai Fountains. A very cosmopolitan and vibrant area, it comes to life at nights.
Must See Sites in Dubai
The world tallest building Burj Khalifa, the 7 star hotel Burj Al Arab, the Palm Island and historical area of Basthakia are the must see sites in Dubai
Unique Experiences in Dubai
The 1 minute ride to the observatory desk of Burj Khalifa tower located on 124 floor is definitely one of the unique experience that cannot be repeated anywhere else in the World. Skying in Dubai in the indoor area while the temperatures outside are soaring to approx. 50 degrees. A visit to the Grand mosque in Abu Dhabi and swim in the amazing waters of Wadi Bani Khalid.
Flexibility of Dubai Holidays
When planning your holiday, there are only two itinerary choices that you have: There is the itinerary that you choose when you are at home, and then there is the itinerary that you wish you would have chosen when you are on holiday. The expertise that the staff have means that we can help you with the planning of your itinerary and translate your dreams into reality. It is vital that you get your holiday completely correct in the initial planning stage, so that it will all work perfectly for you when you are there. In this brochure, we have given you a sample of our most popular itineraries. However, we are pleased to allow you flexibility on most of our tours.
This is especially beneficial if you wish to take a tour, but spend more time in one or more of the locations. Most of these programs can be modified easily with extra nights or even extra destinations. With many programs we also let you select hotels or mix and match categories.
Dubai General information
Situated on the Arabian Peninsula, Dubai is a vibrant cosmopolitan city that has fast become a major tourist destination, with the busiest airport in the world. It is a glittering city that offers golden beaches and year-round sunshine; world-class shopping, dining and nightlife; electrifying events and sporting championships; and, for all the family, is one big adventurous playground! It is a city where tradition meets ambition and is renowned for its futuristic architecture, it is a city that welcomes travellers with open arms, whether as a stopover en-route to Europe, or a family holiday by the beach – there is something for everyone.
Only 45 years old, Dubai is growing year-on-year with new attractions and hotels opening all the time. This year, some of the destinations biggest attractions have launched, offering travellers even more excitement and reason to visit this ever-changing metropolis.
Bringing culture to the region, Dubai Opera launched in Downtown Dubai. Shaped like a traditional Dhow, this architectural beauty sits in central Downtown Dubai overlooking the Fountains and Burj Khalifa, with a packed schedule of performances from Opera to Ballet, and Classical to Musicals. The multi-purpose venue is a new jewel in the city.
For the families, Dubai launched four new theme parks. The World’s largest indoor theme park, IMG Worlds of Adventure opened its doors to the public of all ages, with five entertainment zones including attractions from Marvel Comics and The Cartoon Network. Families can enjoy over 20 rides and attractions within the compound, 28 original food and beverage offerings, 25 retail outlets and a 12-screen state-of-the-art Novo Cinema.
In addition to IMG Worlds of Adventure, another entertainment complex launched in the form of Dubai Parks and Resorts (DPR). The newest attraction in Dubai, DPR opened with three theme parks on one complex, and includes a hotel offering families the chance to wake up in the parks.
DPR is home to Legoland, the regions’ first park dedicated to the much-loved toy; Bollywood Park, which is a world first; and Motiongate, a theme park dedicated to some of Hollywood’s biggest studios, including Dreamworks and Lionsgate. Riverland is a themed, fun, dining and retail destination connecting all of the parks, which visitors can access without purchasing a ticket!
After three years of construction, the Dubai Canal is also finally open, transforming the city and opening up new areas for dining and retail outlets. But in a city of innovation, the 3.2 kilometre-long canal also offers amazing views of the city, with smart technologies everywhere. Visitors will find phone charging stations, solar-powered streetlights, and cascading waterfalls from bridges.
From new attractions to new hotels, the city is constantly evolving and changing, offering travellers so much more than just a 24-hour stopover. With a gastronomic culinary scene that attracts some of the world’s top chefs, to desert adventures and adrenalin-pumping activities from dune-buggying over the orange sands, to flyboarding around Dubai Marina, or sky-diving over The Palm. Dubai is more than just a one-time destination.