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Savor Dubai 3 Days

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Savor Dubai 3 Days

  • 3 Days
  • Maximum Capacity: 35
  • Adult

From, AED 5,700.00 Per Adult

Description

Embark on a journey to Dubai and experience a distinct cultural experience. With just a round-trip ticket to the United Arab Emirates, you can unlock the luxurious realm of Dubai and the rich desert culture of Abu Dhabi. Whether it’s a honeymoon or a leisure trip, let Clara Travel take care of all your needs.

Duration

3 Days 2 Nights

Group Size

2-35

Language

Arabic, Mandarin, English

Included

  • 2 nights stay in a 5 star chain hotel.
  • Private 7 seats car (car time use as specified in the itinerary)
  • Tourism Dirham Fees + 5% VAT
  • Arabic Speaking Driver & Arabic Speaking tour guide
  • Arabic Speaking Driver & Mandarin Speaking tour guide(option with an additional fee)
  • Cost of Visa & Medical Insurance for the duration of the tour.
  • Famous Attraction sites tickets (tickets inclusion as specified in the itinerary)

Excluded

  • International Air tickets
  • The tour cost does not include POE charges and passport charges.
  • Any other expenses of personal nature such as porterage, laundry expenses, mini-bar, mineral water,telephone charges, foods and beverages that are not included as a part of the package.
  • Additional Meals which is not specifically included in the above itinerary.
  • Cost of excursions, city sightseeing, entrance fees and local guides availed of by the passengers, other than that mentioned in the itinerary.

Travel Itinerary

Day 1 - Arrival Dubai

→ Arrive at Dubai Terminal 3.

Arrival at Dubai Terminal 3 Arrivals: Currency exchange and SIM card purchase available.

 

→ Depart at 07:00

Meet at Starbucks for breakfast and coffee. There is a conspicuous Starbucks at the exit.

 

→ 07:10.

Depart from the airport to Abu Dhabi.

 

→ 09:00.

Visit the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque in Abu Dhabi.

Please refer to the tour guide for the dress code.

 

Dress code and guidelines for visiting the mosque include refraining from intimate actions such as hugging or kissing during photography, and strict adherence to clothing regulations. Failure to comply with dress code or engaging in inappropriate behavior at the mosque, especially during photography, may result in expulsion.

 

For men: A shirt and long pants are sufficient.

 

For women: The sleeves of the upper garment must cover the wrists, and pants or skirts should cover the toes (it is recommended to wear long skirts or pants with athletic shoes). Skirts should not be transparent in the sunlight. A headscarf must be worn, covering the hair, and tight-fitting pants are not allowed. It is prohibited to reveal body curves. Alternatively, Arabic robes can be purchased at the Royal Mosque, or assistance can be sought from Clara for advance purchases.

 

→ 10:30

 

Visit the Louvre Abu Dhabi or the Presidential Palace Qasr Al Watan.

(Closed every Monday; in case of closure, the itinerary will be adjusted to visit the Presidential Palace or other attractions.)

 

→13:00-13:30

Return to Dubai.

 

Takes approximately 1 hour and 30 minutes by car.

 

→15:00

Proceed to Dubai Frame for an interior tour(1-hour duration).

 

Proceed to Dubai Frame. for an interior tour(1-hour duration).

 

→16:00

Return to the Dubai hotel, check-in, and have dinner at the hotel (self-arranged). If you prefer not to dine at the hotel, you can make advance arrangements with the guide to dine outside (additional fees for overtime and transportation in Dubai apply, to be paid locally).

 

Check into the hotel: SLS Dubai Hotel & Residence or Hotel Indigo or a hotel of similar standard.

 

Breakfast: Self-arranged.

Lunch: Self-arranged.

Dinner: Self-arranged at the hotel restaurant.

Day 2 - Desert safari, Free hand-painting for ladies , Camel photo session

On that day, only the desert safari activity is scheduled, and there will be no accompanying guide.

 

In the morning, enjoy the hotel facilities, and lunch is self-managed at the hotel.

If you prefer not to stay at the hotel before the desert safari, you can choose to add additional sightseeing activities the day before, with the costs paid in Dubai.

→14:30-15:00

For the dune bashing excursion Meet with the dune bashing driver at the hotel lobby before heading to the dune safari excursion. Upon arrival, there will be a stop at the camp, where you can optionally experience desert biking or camel riding at your own expense.

 

→17:00

The dune bashing adventure will star at 5:00pm. After the dune bashing, proceed to the camp for a simple self-service dinner, enjoy performances, and take photos with camels and female participants can take part in complimentary hand painting.

 

→21:00

The desert safari driver will take you back to your hotel .

 

Check into the hotel: SLS Dubai Hotel & Residence or Hotel Indigo or a hotel of similar standard.

 

Breakfast: Hotel buffet breakfast.

Lunch: Self-arranged within the hotel.

Dinner: Arabic buffet dinner.

Day 3 - Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque, Louvre Abu Dhabi, Dubai Frame

→10:00

Depart from the hotel at 10:30. Check-out is required on the same day, and luggage will be stored in the vehicle.

 

→10:30

Proceed to the Future Museum for an interior tour.

 

→11:00

head to the Gold and Spice Souk. (It is not recommended to shop at this place )

 

→12:00

Proceed to Al Fahidi the historic district of Old Dubai, for a guided tour. Experience an authentic Arabic lunch at a restaurant within the historic district, where the guide will assist in ordering traditional Arabic dishes and provide each person with a bottle of water.

 

You may purchase souvenirs within the historic district, where prices are relatively reasonable.

 

Based on the experiences shared by most Clara travelers, popular purchases include camel milk soap, saffron, coconut dates, and camel milk coconut chocolate.

 

Clara provides recommendations only and does not engage in any product promotion or take guests to shopping venues.

 

→15:00

Explore and take photos at the Souk Madinat Jumeirah.

 

for exploration and photography. Capture the exterior view of the Burj Al Arab for photos.

 

→16:00

Head to Dubai Mall for an excursion.

Dinner is self-managed at Dubai Mall. (Guests are free to customize their time at Dubai Mall.)

 

→18:00

The fountain music show begins in the evening at 18:30, occurring every half an hour. (Guests are free to customize their time at Dubai Mall.)

 

→20:30

Enjoy the night skyline from levels 124 and 125 of the Burj Khalifa.

 

→22:30

Meet the guide at the agreed-upon location in Dubai Mall, then return to Dubai International Airport, concluding the itinerary.

 

Breakfast: Hotel buffet breakfast.

Lunch: Arabic cuisine.

Dinner: Self-arranged within Dubai Mall.

Maps

Frequently Asked Questions

Do I need a visa for Dubai? How do I apply?

Entering Dubai requires a visa application fee, which can be processed through one of the three methods below

  1. Apply online through the official website of Emirates Airlines.
  2. Submit your application through the Taiwan Representative Office (processing times may vary depending on the holy month of Ramadan).
  3. Apply for a visa through Clara Travel Agency. The processing fee is 4,000 TWD per person. (TAIWAN)
Required Documents
  1. Passport-sized white background photo (must not be the same as the one in your passport).
  2. Clear scanned copy of your passport's pages (ensure there are no obstructions if it's a photo)

How should you tip in Dubai?

Dubai Tipping Etiquette.

  • When dining, you can tip the service staff, typically 10-20 Dirhams. In Arabic culture, it's considered impolite to hand it directly to the service staff after the meal. It's recommended to place the tip inside the bill holder.
  • For hotel porters, you can hand them directly, and it's suggested to give 10-20 Dirhams. You can place it directly in the hands of the hotel porters.
  • For housekeeping staff, it's recommended to tip 10-20 Dirhams, and you can place it directly into the hands of the housekeeping staff.
Friendly Reminder: Tipping in Dubai is a cultural norm. Please tip directly to the service personnel.

2024 Ramadan in Dubai

In 2024, the Ramadan period in Dubai is from March 11th to April 10th. Ramadan is a time of spiritual reflection, self-improvement, and observance for Muslims worldwide. Participants fast from dawn till dusk. In Dubai, businesses, museums, and other establishments often adjust their operating hours during Ramadan. Dubai's residents and visitors engage in a range of exciting Ramadan activities throughout the day, including enjoying delicious pre-dawn Suhoor meals and breaking fast with Iftar feasts. There are late-night activities to explore, and various products inspired by Ramadan are available for purchase at locations across the city. Dubai's city center hosts numerous Ramadan night markets and retail outlets. During Ramadan, you have an incredible opportunity to experience Dubai's vibrant culture, explore its unique characteristics, and take full advantage of shopping discounts.

When traveling to Dubai, there are certain things you should be mindful of to ensure a smooth and respectful visit.

Here are some important considerations and taboos to avoid:

  1. Dubai is an Islamic country, and visitors are expected to adhere to local religious and cultural customs. For example, wearing revealing clothing is not allowed in mosques, public places, and commercial buildings. It's also essential to avoid consuming alcohol and pork in public areas, except in designated restaurants and hotels.
  1. Dubai is a highly diverse and liberal city, but it's crucial to understand and respect local culture and customs before arriving to avoid violating local laws and ethical norms.
  2. 3. During the annual Ramadan period, it's essential for women to wear long-sleeved clothing and long pants while avoiding overly revealing attire. Additionally, it's necessary to refrain from drinking water, smoking, or eating in public places during daylight hours.
  3. Many Arab households continue to have floor-seating arrangements for meals and use their hands to eat. If you are invited to dine with a local family, it's essential to respect and follow their customs.
  4. During Ramadan, most restaurants and beverage establishments, except for hotels, suspend their operations from sunrise to sunset.
  5. Taking photographs of local people, especially women, without permission is not allowed. Taking photos with them without consent is also discouraged. If a tourist attraction specifies a 'no photo or video' rule, it's essential to adhere to it.
  6. It is prohibited to make loud noises, use disrespectful language, or engage in any behavior that harasses others in public places.

What to wear in Dubai or Abu Dhabi?

  1. In summer, it's best to wear short-sleeved or lightweight long-sleeved tops. During winter, long-sleeved clothing and the option of adding a jacket in the mornings and evenings are recommended. Arab regions generally have abundant sunshine, so remember to bring sun-protective products and clothing. Occasionally, there might be rain and dust storms, so it's advisable to carry an umbrella and a face mask with you.
  2. Please wear formal attire When attending formal occasions such as high-end hotels and restaurants. Avoid wearing slippers or clothing that is too revealing.
Women:
  1. Wearing backless, midriff-baring, knee-revealing, tight, or see-through clothing is prohibited.
  2. Walking on the streets or in public areas in swimwear is not allowed.
  3. If you wear a skirt during Ramadan, the hemline must extend beyond the knee.
Men:
  1. Wearing shorts or going bare-chested in public places is prohibited.
  2. Wearing women's fashion jewelry is not allowed.
  3. Walking on the streets or in public areas in swim trunks is prohibited.

What are the precautions and taboos when visiting a mosque? What should not be touched or approached?

  1. Dress Code: Women should be fully covered, wearing a long robe or loose long skirt and a headscarf. Men should wear long pants and long-sleeved shirts. Some mosques may provide free robes for visitors, so it's advisable to check if the mosque you plan to visit offers them.
  1. Designated Entrances: Only enter and exit the mosque through the designated entrances.
  1. Photo and Video: Photography is usually prohibited inside the mosque. If permission is granted, one should still follow local regulations.
  1. Behavior: Maintain quiet and humble behavior inside the mosque. Avoid any form of play, noise, or disruption. Commercial transactions or other economic activities are also prohibited, and you should not enter the main prayer hall.
  1. Taboos: Eating, drinking, smoking, or chewing gum is strictly forbidden within the mosque premises. Additionally, kissing, hugging, or other intimate actions are prohibited.
  1. Avoid Touching: Do not touch the mosque's items and structures unless it is open and allows entrance for visitors.
  1. No Pets: It is not allowed to bring any animals inside the mosque.
  1. Religious Practices: Avoid performing any form of religious rituals or prayers inside the mosque.
In conclusion, when visiting a mosque, it's essential to adhere to the mosque's etiquette and taboos, demonstrating respect and understanding for the local culture and faith.

What are the precautions when visiting a mosque, and what taboos should not be broken?

  1. Attire: Women should be fully covered, wearing a long robe or loose long skirt and a headscarf. Men should wear long pants and long-sleeved shirts. Some mosques that are open for visitors may provide complimentary robes, but you should confirm if the mosque you plan to visit offers them.
  2. Designated Entrances: Enter and exit the mosque only through the designated entrances.
  3. Photo and Video: Photography is usually prohibited inside the mosque. If permission is granted, one should still follow local regulations.
  4. Behavior: Inside the mosque, maintain a quiet and humble demeanor. Avoid any form of play, noise, or disruption. Commercial transactions or other economic activities are also prohibited, and you should not enter the main prayer hall.
  5. Taboos: Eating, drinking, smoking, or chewing gum are strictly forbidden within the mosque premises. Additionally, kissing, hugging, or other intimate actions are prohibited.
  6. Avoid Touching: Do not touch the mosque's items and structures unless it is open and allows entrance for visitors.
  7. No Religious Practices: Avoid performing any form of religious rituals or prayers inside the mosque."
In conclusion, when visiting a mosque, it's essential to adhere to the mosque's etiquette and taboos, demonstrating respect and understanding for the local culture and faith.

Tour Terms & Conditions

The tour package cost does not cover driver and guide tips, passport processing fees, travel bags, tips for restaurant servers, hotel porters, or housekeepers, personal expenses, and more.

Due to the pre-arranged nature of the itinerary (transportation, meals, and scheduled activities), if you notify us that you are unable to participate in the activities when you are already abroad, it will be considered as relinquishing the tour, and no refunds will be provided. We appreciate your understanding.

Hotel Tourism Tax

Guests are required to pay a tourism tax upon check-in while staying at hotels in the United Arab Emirates. This tax can only be paid by guests at the hotel upon arrival.

Hotels in Abu Dhabi: AED 15 per room per night

Hotels in Dubai: AED 20 per room per night

Overtime Charges for Driver and Tour Guide:

The itinerary does not include overtime charges for transportation.

Overtime charges for the driver and tour guide: AED 200 per hour

Tipping - Tipping Recommendations in Dubai:

The United Arab Emirates follows a tipping culture.

Tips for the driver and tour guide (2 persons): It is recommended to give a total of AED 150 or USD 40 for the entire trip. You can hand it to the guide or driver when they drop you off at the airport on the last day.

  • After the desert safari, it is recommended to give the driver 50-100 Dirhams.
  • We suggest 10-20 Dirhams for the Housekeeping staff (can be handed directly to the housekeeping staff).
  • When dining, you can give 10-20 Dirhams to the service staff (in Arab culture, it is considered impolite to hand the tips directly after the meal; we recommend including the tips in the bill holder)."
  • You can give the tips of 10-20 Dirhams to the hotel porters (you can hand it directly to them).
  • After the driver drops you back at the hotel, it is suggested to give 50-100 Dirhams.
  1. Confirmation of Accommodation or Itinerary Changes:

Our company reserves the right to adjust accommodation locations or the sequence of the itinerary. If there are any changes, we will provide advance notice.

  1. In consideration for the safety of travelers, please inform us if you have chronic illnesses, are over 70 years old, are pregnant, have mobility difficulties, or have any other specific health conditions when participating in the various activities and itineraries. Also, remember to bring your necessary medications. If you do not disclose any special health conditions leading to any other issues, you will be responsible for them.
  1. Dubai is an Arab country, and its cuisine tends to be flavorful, with a focus on meat dishes. Vegetarian options are limited. Please provide your special dietary requirements at the time of booking.
  1. Friendly Reminder: Many shops in Dubai are closed on Sundays and national holidays (or have adjusted schedules during Ramadan). If you have specific shopping plans, please inform us in advance so we can suggest suitable departure dates or adjust your shopping itinerary.
  1. Clara Travel does not have sales or shopping tours. We only provide shopping tips and restaurant recommendations.

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Day 5

Dubai - Jumeirah - Dubai
Jumeirah Old City Market
In this place, you can discover many traditional Dubai items and clothing.

The market is designed to resemble an ancient city, allowing you to shop while walking through a time tunnel, experiencing the traditional Arabian atmosphere.
Abra Boat Tour

Take a 1-hour cruise along the banks of the Dubai Water Canal to enjoy a fresh perspective of the major attractions along Dubai’s coastline.

Dubai Frame

At a height of 150 meters and a width of 93 meters, the Dubai Frame, equivalent to the height of a 50-story building, stands right at the juncture of the old city and the modern downtown. Through this colossal frame, you can witness Dubai’s past and future. Take the elevator to the glass bridge at the top and enjoy a 360-degree panoramic view of this mesmerizing city.

Dubai Mall

Dubai Mall is the world’s largest destination for shopping, entertainment and leisure, located next to the world’s tallest building, the Burj Khalifa. Featuring over 1,200 retail stores, two major department stores and hundreds of food and beverage outlets, Dubai Mall covers more than 1 million sqm – an area equivalent to 200 football pitches.

The Museum of the Future
At a height of 150 meters and a width of 93 meters, the Dubai Frame, equivalent to the height of a 50-story building, stands right at the juncture of the old city and the modern downtown. Through this colossal frame, you can witness Dubai’s past and future.

Take the elevator to the glass bridge at the top and enjoy a 360-degree panoramic view of this mesmerizing city.
Outside Magic Show

Enjoy the outdoor Dubai Fountain music show and the lighting display at the Burj Khalifa.

A captivating water, music and light spectacle in Downtown Dubai. At over 900 ft in length – equivalent to over two football pitches – The Dubai Fountain is situated on the 30-acre Burj Lake and performs to a selection of different melodies.

The fountain has a unique design comprising five circles of varying sizes and two arcs and features powerful water nozzles that shoot water up to impressive heights.

Over 6,600 WET Superlights and 25 colour projectors create a visual spectrum of over 1,000 different water expressions, while 50 colour projectors provide a full spectrum of colour with a total output of 1.5 million lumens. The fountain performs to a range of different songs from classical to contemporary Arabic and world music. When operational, the fountain has over 22,000 gallons of water in the air at any given moment.

Day 4

Dubai - Dune Bashing - Dubai
Dune bashing

Dune bashing is driving a vehicle at high speed over the undulating sand dunes of the desert, going up and down from high to low, and even doing some thrilling skidding and sliding. It’s an exciting and safe activity that’s full of screams and laughter. Driving over the rolling dunes during sunset can bring joy even to those who are covered in sand.

Day 3

Dubai - Old Town - Dubai Downtown
AL FAHIDI
Here, you can see traditional Arabian houses. Walking through the narrow alleys feels like stepping back in time.

Most of the traditional houses have been converted into coffee shops, museums, art galleries, guesthouses, and more, with artistic modifications, making it a great place to explore.

A visit to the historic district will reveal a Dubai quite different from what you might imagine.

*You can buy souvenirs here, but please note that Clara Travels only recommends and does not organize trips to shopping establishments. Recommended Dubai souvenirs include camel milk soap, saffron, dates, camel milk, and date chocolates.
The Dubai Gold Souk and Spice Souk
Spanning approximately 600-800 meters, the Dubai Gold Souk is relatively compact in size, but it dazzles with its gleaming gold. In the Spice Souk, you can catch a glimpse of Dubai residents’ daily lives.

The architecture of the Spice Souk is quite remarkable, as it’s renovated from one of the most traditional Arabian architectural structures, Bastakiya.

Each house has large chimneys that circulate hot and cold air inside and outside, creating a natural cool breeze in Dubai’s desert climate.

*Shopping here is not recommended; remember to haggle for prices.
The Lost Chambers Aquarium
Here, you can see traditional Arabian houses. Walking through the narrow alleys feels like stepping back in time.

Most of the traditional houses have been converted into coffee shops, museums, art galleries, guesthouses, and more, with artistic modifications, making it a great place to explore.

A visit to the historic district will reveal a Dubai quite different from what you might imagine.

*You can buy souvenirs here, but please note that Clara Travels only recommends and does not organize trips to shopping establishments. Recommended Dubai souvenirs include camel milk soap, saffron, dates, camel milk, and date chocolates.
The View at the Palm 52F & 54F

At 240 metres high, The View on level 52 of the iconic Palm Tower offers panoramic, 360-degree views of Palm Jumeirah, the Arabian Gulf and beyond from an outdoor terrace and a premium lounge. Spot iconic landmarks and hidden gems of this beautiful city.

Day 2

Dubai - Abu Dhabi - Dubai
Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque
Known as the “world’s most beautiful mosque,” the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque is named after the first president of the UAE, Sheikh Zayed.

Its pure white geometric exterior is adorned with elegant gold accents, creating a look of exquisite beauty.

The contrast between the white outer walls and the colorful patterns on the courtyard floor is visually stunning.

The mosque features 82 differently-sized domes in its architecture, which is said to accommodate up to 40,000 worshipers.

The mosque incorporates premium materials from around the world, including the most precious marble, ceramics, Swarovski crystals, and handwoven Iranian carpets.

The main prayer hall boasts the world’s second-largest Swarovski crystal chandelier and the world’s largest handmade Iranian carpet, weighing a staggering 35 tons.
Louvre Abu Dhabi

Opened at the end of 2017.  The museum, which took a decade to complete, stands as the largest museum in the Arab world.

One of its most astonishing features is its 180-meter diameter dome, adorned with 7,850 Arabic script motifs, earning it the nickname “Rain of Light.”

The dome creates a celestial effect akin to a starry sky, with sunlight casting ever-changing patterns of light and shadow upon the museum’s white walls and marble floors, perfectly harmonizing with the shimmering waters below.

Ferrari World in Abu Dhabi
A dream come true for supercar enthusiasts, if you love the thrill of extreme speed, you must visit this Ferrari-themed amusement park. It occupies 200,000 square meters, making it the largest indoor theme park in the world.

It boasts the world’s fastest roller coaster, the Formula Rossa, which can reach speeds of up to 250 kilometers per hour in just over 4 seconds. Visitors to the park can also drive real Ferrari sports cars on a track, fulfilling the desires of supercar enthusiasts.

Day 4

Dubai - Abu Dhabi - Dubai
The Museum of the Future
At a height of 150 meters and a width of 93 meters, the Dubai Frame, equivalent to the height of a 50-story building, stands right at the juncture of the old city and the modern downtown. Through this colossal frame, you can witness Dubai’s past and future.

Take the elevator to the glass bridge at the top and enjoy a 360-degree panoramic view of this mesmerizing city.
Dubai Frame

At a height of 150 meters and a width of 93 meters, the Dubai Frame, equivalent to the height of a 50-story building, stands right at the juncture of the old city and the modern downtown. Through this colossal frame, you can witness Dubai’s past and future. Take the elevator to the glass bridge at the top and enjoy a 360-degree panoramic view of this mesmerizing city.

Jumeirah Old City Market
In this place, you can discover many traditional Dubai items and clothing.

The market is designed to resemble an ancient city, allowing you to shop while walking through a time tunnel, experiencing the traditional Arabian atmosphere.
Abra Boat Tour

Take a 1-hour cruise along the banks of the Dubai Water Canal to enjoy a fresh perspective of the major attractions along Dubai’s coastline.

Dubai Mall

Dubai Mall is the world’s largest destination for shopping, entertainment and leisure, located next to the world’s tallest building, the Burj Khalifa. Featuring over 1,200 retail stores, two major department stores and hundreds of food and beverage outlets, Dubai Mall covers more than 1 million sqm – an area equivalent to 200 football pitches.

Sky View Observatory
Sky View Observatory is located on the 73rd floor of Columbia Center. At 902 feet, it offers the tallest public viewing area in the entire Pacific Northwest.

The 360 degree panoramic view puts Mt. Rainier, Bellevue, the Cascade Mountains, Mt. Baker, Elliott Bay, the Olympic Mountains, the Space Needle, and the city of Seattle and beyond on full display.
Outside Magic Show
A captivating water, music and light spectacle in Downtown Dubai. At over 900 ft in length – equivalent to over two football pitches – The Dubai Fountain is situated on the 30-acre Burj Lake and performs to a selection of different melodies.

The fountain has a unique design comprising five circles of varying sizes and two arcs and features powerful water nozzles that shoot water up to impressive heights.

Over 6,600 WET Superlights and 25 colour projectors create a visual spectrum of over 1,000 different water expressions, while 50 colour projectors provide a full spectrum of colour with a total output of 1.5 million lumens. The fountain performs to a range of different songs from classical to contemporary Arabic and world music. When operational, the fountain has over 22,000 gallons of water in the air at any given moment.

Day 3

Dubai - Abu Dhabi - Dubai
AL FAHIDI
Here, you can see traditional Arabian houses. Walking through the narrow alleys feels like stepping back in time.

Most of the traditional houses have been converted into coffee shops, museums, art galleries, guesthouses, and more, with artistic modifications, making it a great place to explore.

A visit to the historic district will reveal a Dubai quite different from what you might imagine.

*You can buy souvenirs here, but please note that Clara Travels only recommends and does not organize trips to shopping establishments. Recommended Dubai souvenirs include camel milk soap, saffron, dates, camel milk, and date chocolates.
The Dubai Gold Souk and Spice Souk
Spanning approximately 600-800 meters, the Dubai Gold Souk is relatively compact in size, but it dazzles with its gleaming gold. In the Spice Souk, you can catch a glimpse of Dubai residents’ daily lives.

The architecture of the Spice Souk is quite remarkable, as it’s renovated from one of the most traditional Arabian architectural structures, Bastakiya.

Each house has large chimneys that circulate hot and cold air inside and outside, creating a natural cool breeze in Dubai’s desert climate.

*Shopping here is not recommended; remember to haggle for prices.
Dune bashing

Dune bashing is driving a vehicle at high speed over the undulating sand dunes of the desert, going up and down from high to low, and even doing some thrilling skidding and sliding. It’s an exciting and safe activity that’s full of screams and laughter. Driving over the rolling dunes during sunset can bring joy even to those who are covered in sand.

Day 2

Dubai - Abu Dhabi - Dubai
Dubai Sky Dive

A tandem skydive is the quickest and easiest way to experience the thrill of freefall at over 120 miles per hour, while securely harnessed to one of our experienced and accomplished instructors. Adrenaline enthusiasts can live this adventure at our two world-class locations, the Palm Dropzone and the Desert Dropzone. 

Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque
Known as the “world’s most beautiful mosque,” the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque is named after the first president of the UAE, Sheikh Zayed.

Its pure white geometric exterior is adorned with elegant gold accents, creating a look of exquisite beauty.

The contrast between the white outer walls and the colorful patterns on the courtyard floor is visually stunning.

The mosque features 82 differently-sized domes in its architecture, which is said to accommodate up to 40,000 worshipers.

The mosque incorporates premium materials from around the world, including the most precious marble, ceramics, Swarovski crystals, and handwoven Iranian carpets.

The main prayer hall boasts the world’s second-largest Swarovski crystal chandelier and the world’s largest handmade Iranian carpet, weighing a staggering 35 tons.
Louvre Abu Dhabi

Opened at the end of 2017.  The museum, which took a decade to complete, stands as the largest museum in the Arab world.

One of its most astonishing features is its 180-meter diameter dome, adorned with 7,850 Arabic script motifs, earning it the nickname “Rain of Light.”

The dome creates a celestial effect akin to a starry sky, with sunlight casting ever-changing patterns of light and shadow upon the museum’s white walls and marble floors, perfectly harmonizing with the shimmering waters below.

The Emirates Palace Hotel

The Emirates Palace Mandarin Oriental, Abu Dhabi is a luxury five-star hotel in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. It has been operated by Mandarin Oriental as of 1 January 2020. The design of the hotel is a mix of Islamic architectural elements such as balance, geometry, proportion, rhythm and hierarchical emphasis alongside modern methods of design and construction.

The central dome features elaborate geometrical patterns and 114 smaller domes are spread over the building. The colour of the building was inspired by different shades of sand found in the Arabian Desert.

The hotel also appears in the film Fast and Furious 7, which was released in 2015. Shots of the hotel were also used in the 2007 film The Kingdom. Justin Timberlake has been at this location for a tour on 6 December 2007 for a concert. The Emirates Palace also appears in the 2019 film 6 Underground along with other iconic sites around the city.

Day 6

Dubai - Jumeirah - Dubai
Dubai Frame

At a height of 150 meters and a width of 93 meters, the Dubai Frame, equivalent to the height of a 50-story building, stands right at the juncture of the old city and the modern downtown. Through this colossal frame, you can witness Dubai’s past and future. Take the elevator to the glass bridge at the top and enjoy a 360-degree panoramic view of this mesmerizing city.

Dubai Mall

Dubai Mall is the world’s largest destination for shopping, entertainment and leisure, located next to the world’s tallest building, the Burj Khalifa. Featuring over 1,200 retail stores, two major department stores and hundreds of food and beverage outlets, Dubai Mall covers more than 1 million sqm – an area equivalent to 200 football pitches.

The Museum of the Future
At a height of 150 meters and a width of 93 meters, the Dubai Frame, equivalent to the height of a 50-story building, stands right at the juncture of the old city and the modern downtown. Through this colossal frame, you can witness Dubai’s past and future.

Take the elevator to the glass bridge at the top and enjoy a 360-degree panoramic view of this mesmerizing city.

Day 5

Dubai - Jumeirah - Dubai
Jumeirah Old City Market
In this place, you can discover many traditional Dubai items and clothing.

The market is designed to resemble an ancient city, allowing you to shop while walking through a time tunnel, experiencing the traditional Arabian atmosphere.
Abra Boat Tour

Take a 1-hour cruise along the banks of the Dubai Water Canal to enjoy a fresh perspective of the major attractions along Dubai’s coastline.

Day 4

Dubai - Dune Bashing - Dubai
Dune bashing

Dune bashing is driving a vehicle at high speed over the undulating sand dunes of the desert, going up and down from high to low, and even doing some thrilling skidding and sliding. It’s an exciting and safe activity that’s full of screams and laughter. Driving over the rolling dunes during sunset can bring joy even to those who are covered in sand.

Day 2

Dubai - Abu Dhabi - Dubai
Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque
Known as the “world’s most beautiful mosque,” the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque is named after the first president of the UAE, Sheikh Zayed.

Its pure white geometric exterior is adorned with elegant gold accents, creating a look of exquisite beauty.

The contrast between the white outer walls and the colorful patterns on the courtyard floor is visually stunning.

The mosque features 82 differently-sized domes in its architecture, which is said to accommodate up to 40,000 worshipers.

The mosque incorporates premium materials from around the world, including the most precious marble, ceramics, Swarovski crystals, and handwoven Iranian carpets.

The main prayer hall boasts the world’s second-largest Swarovski crystal chandelier and the world’s largest handmade Iranian carpet, weighing a staggering 35 tons.
Louvre Abu Dhabi

Opened at the end of 2017.  The museum, which took a decade to complete, stands as the largest museum in the Arab world.

One of its most astonishing features is its 180-meter diameter dome, adorned with 7,850 Arabic script motifs, earning it the nickname “Rain of Light.”

The dome creates a celestial effect akin to a starry sky, with sunlight casting ever-changing patterns of light and shadow upon the museum’s white walls and marble floors, perfectly harmonizing with the shimmering waters below.

Ferrari World in Abu Dhabi
A dream come true for supercar enthusiasts, if you love the thrill of extreme speed, you must visit this Ferrari-themed amusement park. It occupies 200,000 square meters, making it the largest indoor theme park in the world.

It boasts the world’s fastest roller coaster, the Formula Rossa, which can reach speeds of up to 250 kilometers per hour in just over 4 seconds. Visitors to the park can also drive real Ferrari sports cars on a track, fulfilling the desires of supercar enthusiasts.

Day 3

Dubai - Old Town - Dubai Downtown
AL FAHIDI
Here, you can see traditional Arabian houses. Walking through the narrow alleys feels like stepping back in time.

Most of the traditional houses have been converted into coffee shops, museums, art galleries, guesthouses, and more, with artistic modifications, making it a great place to explore.

A visit to the historic district will reveal a Dubai quite different from what you might imagine.

*You can buy souvenirs here, but please note that Clara Travels only recommends and does not organize trips to shopping establishments. Recommended Dubai souvenirs include camel milk soap, saffron, dates, camel milk, and date chocolates.
The Dubai Gold Souk and Spice Souk
Spanning approximately 600-800 meters, the Dubai Gold Souk is relatively compact in size, but it dazzles with its gleaming gold. In the Spice Souk, you can catch a glimpse of Dubai residents’ daily lives.

The architecture of the Spice Souk is quite remarkable, as it’s renovated from one of the most traditional Arabian architectural structures, Bastakiya.

Each house has large chimneys that circulate hot and cold air inside and outside, creating a natural cool breeze in Dubai’s desert climate.

*Shopping here is not recommended; remember to haggle for prices.
The Lost Chambers Aquarium
Here, you can see traditional Arabian houses. Walking through the narrow alleys feels like stepping back in time.

Most of the traditional houses have been converted into coffee shops, museums, art galleries, guesthouses, and more, with artistic modifications, making it a great place to explore.

A visit to the historic district will reveal a Dubai quite different from what you might imagine.

*You can buy souvenirs here, but please note that Clara Travels only recommends and does not organize trips to shopping establishments. Recommended Dubai souvenirs include camel milk soap, saffron, dates, camel milk, and date chocolates.
The View at the Palm 52F & 54F

At 240 metres high, The View on level 52 of the iconic Palm Tower offers panoramic, 360-degree views of Palm Jumeirah, the Arabian Gulf and beyond from an outdoor terrace and a premium lounge. Spot iconic landmarks and hidden gems of this beautiful city.

Day 1

Meet in Dubai

Upon your arrival at the desert splendor of Dubai, you will be welcomed by Olanka representatives and transferred to your hotel in Dubai city.