Burj Khalifa, an 830m-tall tower, dominates the skyscraper-filled skyline. At its foot lies Dubai Fountain, with jets and lights choreographed to music. On artificial islands just offshore is Atlantis, The Palm, a resort with water and marine-animal parks.Iconic Burj Al Arab, a sail-shaped hotel, is near the public Jumeirah Beach, a popular stretch of sand.
Dubai Mall has an Olympic-size ice-skating rink, while Mall of the Emirates features the indoor slopes of Ski Dubai. Prestigious international restaurants, and outdoor and building-top nightclubs abound. Traditional gold, spice and textile souks are located around Dubai Creek, where Dubai’s past as a sleepy fishing village is on view in Al Fahidi Historical Neighbourhood, a restored quarter of late-1800s houses with wind towers, and at Dubai Museum, housed in the 18th-century Al Fahidi Fort.
|1. Mar 29, 2019 Round trip air from JFK departing 7:25PM arriving Zurich 8:o5AM|
Over night at Zurich airport including transfers, breakfast
2. Mar 31 Depart Zurich 12:25PM arrive Dubai 9:30PM
3. Transfers to hotel Doubletree by Hilton Hotel and Residences Al Barsha or similar.
4. Bufett Breakfast daily, Wireless internet, access to health club, shuttle to Jumeirah Beach Park, 2 dinners & 1 lunch
5. 2 pieces of checked luggage
6. Tours listed below:
|RATE: $2299 per person double. Standard room|
$2399 per person double deluxe room
$2760 single standard room
1. Taxes $148.00
2. Airfare from Cincinnati to JFK. Optional $301
3, Meals and tours not stated as included.
DEPOSIT $400 DUE JUNE 11, 2018. Final payment due Feb 14, 2019.
Deposit is non refundable
Cancellation insurance is advised. from $129.00
1. Dubai Traditional city tour from Dubai
Traditional tour gives a summary of what was Dubai and what it is becoming .We will visit the Jumairah area , the Burj Al Arab , stop at an art center, cross the new Canal , stop for a snapshot at the Grand Mosque of Jumeirah, the historic district of Bastakyia, with the Dubai Museum (visit included ),cross the creek by "Abras",shop in the spice and gold souks. Discover the DUBAI ruler palace before ending at Burj Khalifa and Dubai mall for your ultimate journey to the TOP of BUrj Khalifa .
2. Dubai Desert Safari with BBQ Dinner
Enjoy this 6-hour tour of fun and heart-stopping activities in one of the biggest as well as magnificent deserts in the Arabian Peninsula. Your desert safari trip is a mix of adventure, cultural entertainment, and sumptuous dinner under the stars.The real highlight of the desert safari tour is an exciting, adrenaline-pumping 4Ã—4 drive deep into the desert to explore the vast stretch of the golden dunes by plummeting low in the deep ditches and escalating high on the summit of the dunes. This is followed by a visit to a traditional Arabic Bedouin campsite, which enables you to capture the real essence and beauty of the desert, as you relish traditional Arabic coffee, smoke a flavored shisha, and rivet in mesmerizing belly dance movements, Tanura show and dinner.3. Sharjah City Tour from Dubai
Sharjah, the Pearl of the Gulf is a must to discover and complete your visit to Dubai. You will visit the King Faisal Mosque, experience Emirati culture, visit the Fort of Sharjah, and learn about the customs and traditions that are deeply routed in the Emirati culture. Continue to the Heritage Museum, and the enchanting Souk Al Arsa and Souk al Markazi, which is a veritable treasure trove of carpets, jewelry, and intricate handicrafts.4. Full-Day Abu Dhabi City Tour From Dubai
Leave Dubai behind to explore the country's second most populous city, Abu Dhabi. See some of the city's best attractions during this shared, 8- to 9-hour city tour, including the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque, the Emirates Palace, and the Heritage Village. Includes lunch
Of the many enormous shopping centers, Dubai Mall has an Olympic-size ice-skating rink, while Mall of the Emirates features the indoor slopes of Ski Dubai. Prestigious international restaurants, and outdoor and building-top nightclubs abound. Traditional gold, spice and textile souks are located around Dubai Creek, where Dubai’s past as a sleepy fishing village is on view in Al Fahidi Historical Neighbourhood, a restored quarter of late-1800s houses with wind towers, and at Dubai Museum, housed in the 18th-century Al Fahidi Fort
All US citizens must have a round-trip ticket and a passport, valid for more than six months, to enter Dubai for any length of time. Tourists planning to stay in the United Arab Emirates for 30 days or less may obtain a visitor visa, available at no fee, at the point of entry.