Thinking about taking a break from your stress-free life? Time to give wings to all holiday dreams and Start packing your bags to Dubai, the land of Dreams. Your holiday in Dubai will start with the most popular city in the middle east ‘Dubai’ where you will get to see the architectural marvels the city is known for and Experiences like the famous heart pumping Desert Safari, sparkling Dhow Cruise Dinner and a vibrant city still holding on to its past. Capture your memorable moments in camera at the luxurious Burj Al Arab, Atlantis the Palm, Palm Island. Get the bird’s eye view of Dubai from the tallest observation deck on Burj Khalifa along with the world’s largest Dubai Mall and Aquarium. Visit the Sharjah the UNESCO recognized cultural capital of the UAE and learn about the culture and heritage of the country. The Garden city Al Ain awaits with you unmatched natural beauty and takes you back to the Bedouin era of the United Arab Emirates. Continue your journey to the richest and the largest city in UAE i.e. Abu Dhabi. Learn the concept of Islam at the Sheikh Zayed Mosque, the only one that captures a unique interaction between the Islamic world and world cultures. 10 Days UAE tour covers the best attractions of all seven emirates of the United Arab Emirates.
Highlights of your best vacation in Dubai, UAE
Half-day Classic City tour of Dubai with Dhow Cruise Dinner: A 4-hour guided tour to explore the Iconic locations, historic sites, and cosmopolitan lifestyle of Dubai. The highlights of this tour include the chance to take some photos of the iconic Burj Al Arab Hotel, Take a ride in a water taxi (Abra). Shop like locals in Gold and Spice souk of Dubai. Experience the sights of Dubai Creek on a traditional Dhow (wooden Boat) with Delicious dinner and entertainment onboard.
Desert Safari with BBQ Dinner & Belly Dance: The Evening Desert Safari includes pick up and drop off in a clean and comfortable 4×4 land cruiser off-road vehicles, Dune Bashing in some of the highest dunes in the Deserts, Multiple photos stops during the safari, Barbecue Dinner in a 4-star category deluxe Desert Camp with live entertainment shows like Tanoura Dance, Fire Show and Belly Dance.
4-Emirates; Dubai, Sharjah, Ajman, Umm Al Quwain, Ras Al Khaimah: Explore 4-Emirates of the United Arab Emirates in one day, it gives you the idea about the heritage and the culture of the country. Covers the popular attractions like Sharjah Corniche, King Faizal Mosque, Ajman museum, RAK Queen Palace.
East Coast Trip- Full Day in Fujairah: Join the journey of discovering the east coast of UAE, where you will have one a kind experience of discovering the natural beauty, architecture, traditions, arts, crafts, food, places of historical and archaeological importance, lifestyle and values absorbed in Islam all of this together forms the rich heritage of UAE.
Norway of Arabia- Full Day in Musandam: Often known as the Norway of Arabia for its beautiful rocky inlets (khors), Small Middle eastern villages, thrilling mountain roads. An Isolated location but can be accessible from UAE and Oman. Musandam day trip from Dubai is for those who are keen on doing fun and thrilling activities like Handline Fishing, Banana Boat Ride, snorkelling in the Gulf of Oman, swimming, cruising in traditional wooden Dhow (Traditional Boat), and lot more.
Garden City Al Ain: The UNESCO World Heritage site Al Ain, Just 120 Km from Dubai, Al Ain is perhaps the greenest city in the UAE. With its most delightful and grassy landscapes. An excellent destination for those who love nature, animals, and beautiful mountains also an excellent destination for tourists interested in the local culture. Best things to do in Al Ain are the camel market and regular camel racing events that happen at regular intervals
Explore the Capital-Abu Dhabi: Join our Full-Day Private Abu Dhabi city tour covering the best attractions of Abu Dhabi like Witnessing the masterpiece of Modern Arabian Architecture-Grand Mosque, Enjoying a golden cappuccino from one of the most luxurious hotels in the world and Visiting first of its kind Louvre Museum Abu Dhabi.
Terms & Conditions
The tour service ends in Dubai after the airport drop.
Accommodation based on a twin basis. We book the hotel of your choice or choose the hotel provided by us at a discount rate.
Your booking will be confirmed only after receiving the advance amount and the balance amount needs to be paid before starting the trip.
Any payment is done online through our website or direct will get a receipt and booking vouchers with 48 hours of booking.
Upon arrival, you need to carry the e-vouchers or Printed voucher’s original passport, etc.
If any changes in the date of arrival, the same should be communicated well in advance, and rescheduling without prior notice will come under cancellation policy. Certain activities are subject to availability. Hotels booked, if not available in rescheduled dates then we will book other hotels as per your preference. Changes if any in the room rates will be applicable according to the selected hotel.
A moderate dress code should be used during Mosque visits if applicable.
“Experience the best of Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Ajman, Fujairah, Ras al Khaimah, Sharjah and Umm al Quwain – the seven emirates that make up the UAE”
From its glittering skyscrapers to its sweeping sand dunes, this multi-cultural metropolis is as awe-worthy as ever. Once a small fishing village, Dubai has emerged recently as a truly cosmopolitan city. It has world-class shopping—and the world’s largest shopping mall to boot—as well as snowy indoor slopes for skiing, the world’s tallest tower, beautiful beaches, and even man-made islands. Plus, you can always access the untamed desert, where you can drive or ride camels along the glittering dunes. Limma’s Dubai travel guide will point you to the major attractions as you explore this fascinating and vibrant city.
Best Time To Go
Keep in mind that it will be hot no matter when you visit Dubai. Between November and March, the weather is milder (think a balmy 73 degrees). The world’s richest horse race, the Dubai World Cup, takes place in March. Avoid going in July and August, when the heat feels unbearable and temperatures clock north of 103 degrees.
Don’t plan to walk; in this city, metered taxis are the most popular and ubiquitous mode of transportation. There’s a mandatory flat rate of $3 (ladies-only cab services are also available). The Dubai metro, divided into four cars that include ladies-only and “gold class,” will get you to all the most popular neighbourhoods.
August is the hottest month, with an average high of 96°F (36°C). January is the coldest month, with an average high of 66°F (19°C).
Know Before You Go
The city essentially shuts down for the holy month of Ramadan (dates change each year). Restaurants are closed in order to respect Muslims that are fasting, and it’s illegal to eat, drink, or smoke in public during this period.