Budget trip to Dubai

The magnificent Dubai has long been known for the paradise for tourists. From the high-end services and amenities to the superb landscapes, the East and the West combined architect. It can be said that the emirates is a must-visit destination for those fond of travelling. Coming to Dubai, there are various choices for tourists regarding tour types. You can consider your budget and personal taste to find out the most suitable one. A saver tour can also be a good choice. These kind of economical ones often offer most of iconic and famous constructions and tourist spots in the country. 52 Highlights:
  • Watch Dubai attractions such as the Burj Al Arab hotel and Al Fahidi Fort, Burj Al Arab, Dubai Fountain in a coach,
  • Visit camel farm on Desert, try sand boarding, and enjoy a sunset barbeque meal immersing in live music and dancing.
The trip starts with a pickup at your hotel, and then you can enjoy a sightseeing tour around the city by air-conditioned coach. After that, we head the striking sail-shaped Burj Al Arab hotel that is recognized as the world’s only 7-star hotel with high-end facilities inside its 1,053-foot-high (321-meter) building. The iconic construction is located off the sands of Jumeirah Beach on its own artificial island. Visitors can feel free to take photos and stroll along the shoreline and reach the Al Bastakiya district near Dubai Creek afterwards. See Deira– a fascinating multicultural neighborhood with numerous souks (markets) before returning to your hotel. Dubai desert safari 55 This is definitely a must for every tourists of the UAE. You must want to have interesting memory to share with your family and friends when coming back home. This tour departs in the afternoon across the desert of Dubai and you will reach the first destination, a camel farm by luxury 4x4 jeep. Let’s see camels of various shapes and sizes, roaming around their natural habitat while learning about the animal and you might enjoy a short camel ride around the farm. The drive continues across the desert. We stop to try sand boarding and try out a henna design on hand or feet. Your guide will give a comprehensive safety briefing and help you strap on your board before racing you and your fellow travelers down the dunes. After that, you can enjoy a delicious barbecue dinner and shisha (the famous Arabic water pipe) while enjoying the camp entertainment such as sitting back and watch a traditional Egyptian folk dance known as El Tanoura, which is performed by spinning men in long, twirling skirts, watching belly dancer performing her show around the campfire.