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Festive Dubai

Custom Tour
On Request
  • insurance
  • Hotel
  • Transfer
  • Sightseeing
  • Visa
  • Flight
from OMR
per person on twin sharing
  • below 2 years:OMR 70.00
  • child 2-5 years:OMR 252.00
  • child 6-11 years:OMR 344.00
  • Single occupancy: OMR 564.00
Cancellation Options Available


Ans: The top attractions to visit in Dubai are: Burj Khalifa, The Dubai Mall, Burj Al Arab, Dubai Fountain, Palm Jumeirah, Dubai Aquarium, Desert Safari, Dhow Cruise Dinner, Ski Dubai, IMG Worlds of Adventure, Dubai Parks and Resorts, Miracle Garden, Wild Wadi Water Park, Global Village etc.

Ans: The best time to visit Dubai is during the winter months, from November to April. January and February see heavy tourist traffic because of the Dubai Shopping Festival, which makes the city come alive.

Ans: Dubai is not a visa free country . If you are a passport holder of selected countries , no advance visa arrangements are required to visit the UAE. Simply disembark your flight at Dubai International airport and proceed to immigration, where your passport will be stamped with a visit visa.

Ans: Dubai is easy to travel around as there are plenty of great public transport options available. The Dubai Metro is the world’s largest automated driverless train system. It extends the length of the city—from the airport to the Jebel Ali Golf Resort and Spa, plus there’s another line connects the old-world suburbs to the Downtown Dubai hub.

Ans: It’s a big misconception that you can’t drink in Dubai. While it’s not a booze-fuelled city, non-Muslims can drink within local laws. Alcohol can be served anywhere that is attached to a hotel, but there are designated dry areas. It’s illegal for Muslims to drink and offering it to them can cause a lot of trouble.