- Destination Overview
- 01 Dhow cruise with dinner on marina
- 1 Dinner at Dessert safari. (Desert safari with BBQ dinner belly dance, tanoura show, camel ride and transfer)
- Airport – Hotel – Airport Transfers in SIC.
- Burj Khalifa + Dubai mall tour.
- Daily Breakfast
- Departure Transfer
- Desert safari with BBQ dinner
- Dubai Visa + OTB
- GST included.
- Half day dubai city tour
- Any items of personal nature viz. telephone, beverages, laundry, Tips gratuities etc.
Nestled comfortably in the heart of the city, just a mere 20-minute drive from Dubai Airport, Citymax has plenty of vibrant entertainment and dining options, including The Huddle Sports Bar, Claypot Indian restaurant, Sizzling Wok, our Pan Asian restaurant, our all-day dining restaurant City Café, 24-hour Lavazza coffee and the Aqua Pool Bar. All 691 guestrooms provide free WiFi. Citymax also offers a neat and nifty rooftop pool and a rough and rigged gymnasium. Whether you’re in town for leisure or work, Citymax has everything you need for a fun and cost-effective stay.
Room 1: – Standard Room
Meals: – Breakfast
Airline Cancellation Policy:
All cancellation and date change of Air tickets is based on the airline policy and will be shared at the
time of the requirement.
Package Cancellation Policy:
Clear 45 working days or more prior to the date of departure of the Tour – No Cancellation for the
Tour Price until or unless specified NON-REFUNDABLE
Clear 44 to 31 working days prior to the date of departure of the Tour. – 25% OF THE TOUR PRICE
Clear 30 to 16 working days prior to the date of departure of the Tour. – 50% OF THE TOUR PRICE
Clear 15 to 08 working days prior to the date of departure of the Tour. – 75% OF THE TOUR PRICE
Less than 07 clear working days prior to the date of departure of the Tour. – 100% of Tour Cost
I Need Trip Cancellation Charges
INR 7000 per adult / child
• The above offer is subject to RBI/GOI Regulations.
• The above offer is subject to change without prior notice.
• There is no refund for unutilized or partially utilized services.
• Check In time for all hotels is 1400 hrs (2 pm) and check out time is 1200 hrs (12 pm). Early Check.In and Late Checkout are not included in the costs above.
• No Refund for Cancellation after issuance of air tickets and as per hotel’s cancellation policies. For
hotels where cancellation policy is not mentioned it means 100% cancellation charge of the entire pre booked stay would be levied 07 working days before the check in date. Hope the above is clear and in order, feel free to get in touch with us for any clarification.We look forward to your booking and assure you best attention at all times.
- Day 1
- Day 2
- Day 3
- Day 4
Arrival Dubai + dhow cruise marina
Half day Dubai city tour Burj Khalifa + Dubai mall tour.
Desert Safari with BBQ Dinner
Breakfast at the hotel. later proceed Dessert safari with BBQ dinner, Tanura Show & Belly Dance Show - 4x4 Land Cruiser
After lunch, proceed for Desert Safari. dune bashing, unlimited water & soft drinks, sheesha, Henna Painting, Camel ride for photo shoot, Tanoura Dance, Belly Dance and Barbeque Dinner
Pick up Time : 3:00 - 03:30 PM
Departure from Dubai
Enjoy a flavorsome breakfast at the hotel and spend the day leisurely. Shop for local Middle Eastern souvenirs, explore the remaining arenas of the city. Get transferred to the airport to board an evening flight back home with everlasting memories of your Dubai holiday.
More about this tour
Welcome to Dubai
Dubai is the second largest of the seven states of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and its main port and commercial center and also we have package of 3 nights and 4 days.Also With an area of 3,885 square kilometers, it is located on the two banks of the Dubai Creek, an inlet from the Arabian Gulf. Seems like it is one of the world's few locations where modern city life, sandy beaches and the desert are all within easy reach. Consequently the city has built its wealth mainly on its traditional role as an international trading center, and it is less dependent on oil revenue than the other Emirate states. Dubai's government is now heavily promoting the city for international investment, commercial and industrial development, and, more recently, tourism. Fifteen free trade zones are being developed, including the world's first e-business free zone. Furthermore Dubai also has a tradition of implementing vast development projects which have included building the tallest hotel in the world, as well as the latest Palm Islands development, a major reclamation project which will include numerous new hotels and residential properties of the highest standard, as well as shopping malls, entertainment facilities, a marine park and around 75 miles of new beaches. Likewise the main trading center of the region, Dubai has developed into a truly cosmopolitan city, with up to four-fifths of its population at any one time being expatriates from around the world. With the continuing promotion of favorable conditions for trade and investment, there is likely to be a continuing influx of expatriate companies and workers wishing to take advantage of these benefits.
Even more expatriates can enjoy an excellent standard of living in Dubai. The city has an extremely low crime rate, and received the Conde Nast Traveller award for the safest holiday destination in 2003. So, there are a vast number of world-class hotels, luxury accommodation at reasonable cost, and very good leisure, entertainment and sporting facilities. It is also a shopper's paradise, with imported goods from around the world available in the numerous high quality shopping malls, and bargains available in the many traditional souks and gold stores. Therefore for those with children, there a wide range of excellent international schools. English is widely spoken, and street signs and menus are printed in English as well as Arabic. As an added bonus, foreign workers pay no tax in Dubai, and goods are sold tax-free. Dubai is a stirring alchemy of profound traditions and ambitious futuristic vision wrapped into starkly evocative desert splendour.
It's hard not to admire Dubai for its indefatigable verve, ambition and ability to dream up and realise projects that elsewhere would never get off the drawing board. This is a superlative-craving society that has birthed audaciously high buildings and palm-shaped islands. Sci-fi concepts such as flying taxis, a lightning-fast hyperloop train and an army of robocops are all reflections of a mindset that fearlessly embraces the future. With many more grand projects in the pipeline for World Expo 2020, it's clear that Dubai is a city firmly in charge of writing its own narrative.
Dubai is a top retail haunt that hosts not one but two huge annual shopping festivals. Shopping is a leisure activity here, and malls are much more than just mere collections of stores. Some look like an Italian palazzo or a Persian palace and lure visitors with surreal attractions such as an indoor ski slope, a giant aquarium or an open-air botanical garden. Traditional souqs, too, are beehives of activity humming with timeless bargaining banter. Meanwhile, a new crop of urban-style outdoor malls has expanded the shopping spectrum yet again.
After dark, Dubai sometimes seems like a city filled with lotus eaters, forever on the lookout for a good time. Its shape-shifting party spectrum caters for just about every taste, budget and age group. From flashy dance temples, sleek rooftop terraces and sizzling beach clubs to fancy cocktail caverns, shisha lounges and concerts under the stars, Dubai delivers hot-stepping odysseys. Most of the nightlife centres on the fancy hotels, but there’s no shortage of more wholesome diversions either, including community theatre, live-music venues and the world-class Dubai Opera.
The first Middle Eastern city to make the Unesco list of creative cities of design, Dubai is a bustling microcosm peacefully shared by cultures from all corners of the world. This diversity expresses itself in the culinary landscape, fashion, music and performance. Although rooted in Islamic tradition, this is an open society where it’s easy for newcomers and visitors to connect with myriad experiences, be it eating like a Bedouin, dancing on the beach, shopping for local art or riding a camel in the desert. Dubai is a fertile environment conducive to breaking down cultural barriers and preconceptions.