Dubai Complete Experience Holiday. The city does not need an introduction. See its ultra-modern architecture, magnificent bird eye view of the skyline and join in on our 4 exquisite tours included in the package.
Dubai has so much to offer. Explore Jumeirah Beach, Mall of the Emirates, Magnificent Sheikh Saeed Al Maktoum.
Walk along Dubai Creek, visit the Global Village and spend some time at Dubai Marina. Go and see the tallest and most well-choreographed fountains in the world
At a glance
|Dubai||4 Nights at the 3* Arabian Park Hotel|
|Accommodation||Standard double room|
|Transfers||Return transfers Airport - Hotel - Airport|
|Visa||UAE Visa fee|
|Tours||Half Day Dubai City tour|
|Tickets to the Burj Khalifa - 45minutes|
|Desert BBQ Safari|
|2 Hours Palm Cruise|
> Dubai is the ultimate experience and home to record holding structures
> All your shopping is tax-free and you can shop in Old and New Dubai
> Take a walk under the Sea and explore the wonders of the Underwater Zoo
- Arrive at Dubai Airport. Clear customs and meet with our representative for transfer to your hotel
- Afternoon Palm Cruise
- Bask in the sun on board a luxury 33 ft Gulf Craft Walkaround yacht, which takes you on a spectacular sightseeing journey along Dubai’s impressive coastline and magnificent man-made islands.
- During this two-hour trip, you will cruise around the crescent of The Palm Jumeirah island, seeing the city’s extraordinary skyline of Dubai Marina as well as several stunning resorts, including the famous Atlantis hotel.
- Get a good look at the sail-shaped Burj Al Arab and cruise close to The World islands, multiple individual islands in the shape of a world map. Refreshments are available on board.
Dubai - Dubai City Tour (B)
- Depart early this morning on a city tour (Operates Sun-Tue-Thu and Sat)
- See Man-made wonders, impressive architecture and a glimpse of historic Dubai are the highlights of this half-day morning tour.
- Drive onto The Palm Jumeirah and enjoy a photographic stop outside Atlantis The Palm before continuing to Jumeirah Beach and the Burj Al Arab (photo stop outside). Then it’s on towards old Dubai and past Jumeirah Mosque for a visit to Dubai Museum in the 18th century Al Fahidi Fort. Wander along Dubai Creek and cross this historic waterway in a traditional abra boat to explore the Gold Souk and Spice Souk on the other side.
Dubai - Burj Khalifa (B)
- Breakfast at your hotel
- Prepare yourself to access the highest outdoor observatory in the world, fittingly situated in the world’s tallest tower: Burj Khalifa.
- An iconic destination, At The Top Burj Khalifa SKY, is spread across levels 125 and 148, at a height of 555 meters
- From the SKY lounge, a dedicated elevator with specially designed projections will give you a feeling of flying over global landmarks. Level 125 offers a spacious deck with 360-degree views and the ‘Dubai - A Falcon’s Eye View’ experience.
- The crowning glory awaits on Level 148, where you can admire breathtaking views in luxury lounges with interactive screens
- Return flights from Johannesburg on Emirates Airlines (Specific and Limited Seats)
- Accommodation and meals as mentioned
- Return transfers
- UAE Visa fee
- Tours as per itinerary
- Departure and Fuel taxes (subject to change)
- Increases in airfares and Airline Levies
- Services not mentioned in the program
- Travel Insurance
- Valid for travel during May 2019
Contact us for any other travel date required
Best time to
Best time to travel is between October and April, to experience the perfect weather. The Summer months are hot, but many deals are offered during this time
Eating in Dubai
You will be spoiled for food in Dubai. For an inexpensive meal, take a stroll down Al Dhiyafah Road. here you can indulge in a diverse range of food, from Lebanese, Iranian and India treats
Getting around in Dubai
The Dubai Red Metro runs through the heart of the city along the Sheikh Zayed Road.
Taxis are reasonably priced, just check that the car has a meter.
Culture and customs
The city is tolerant and cosmopolitan, however, the local customs and cultures should be respected
Dress modestly and remember that the workweek runs from Sunday to Thursday.
Tipping is not expected but it is common practice to do so. Restaurants include service charges to the bills
Normal hours are from 09 00am to 1 00pm and from 4 00pm to 10 00pm. Majors hops, however, stay open all day