Arabian Gulf Experience (15 Days / 14 Nights)
Day 1 Arrival in Dubai, transfer to the hotel
Travelers will be picked up from the airport and transferred to the hotel. Free afternoon and evening.
A contact person is available for advice regarding restaurants, sights, restaurants and bars.
Dubai: Dubai, the unique metropolis in the Middle East is, with a population of about 1.5 million, the largest city of the United Arab Emirates. Only 10 percent of the populations are Arabian nationals, whereas the majorities are expatriates who come mainly from the Asian subcontinent and Europe. Between modern high-rise buildings, luxurious hotels and gigantic shopping malls, visitors can find some lively parts of the city offering a variety of small shops, authentic restaurants and lovely side streets which invite to explore the more traditional Dubai.
Day 2 Briefing, allocation of cars, border crossing into Oman, drive to Khasab and camp in the mountains
The tour guides will meet the participants at the hotel for a briefing in the morning in order to go through the program and explain important safety measures. Allocating vehicles and equipment will be done at this point.
Around 9.30, the group will head towards Ras al-Khaimah and cross the border to Khasab in Oman.
Lunch en route, before the group starts off-roading on a winding track to Jebel Hareem.
The first camp will be set up at a height of around 1800 meter. Afterwards travelers have the chance to explore the landscape of the Mussandam peninsular during a two hour hike before they return to the campsite and enjoy a BBQ dinner and campfire after sunset.
Khasab: Khasab is the local capital of an enclave of Oman, called Mussandam. The peninsular is dubbed the "Norway of Arabia “due to its fjord like landscape. Apart from the beauty that lies above the waters, it offers a rich and colorful underwater world, teeming with varied marine life, providing for some spectacular snorkeling. The breath-taking beauty of the mountains, the un-spoilt beaches and steep wadis are aplenty in Khasab.
Trekking: The group is led by extremely experienced trekking guides who know and understand this fascinating landscape. They will ensure that you stay on track and will explain about the terrain and its local fauna and flora. On the way, travelers can see Bedouin villages, abandoned settlements and graveyards.
Day 3 Dhow cruising, snorkeling, lunch on the Dhow, boarder crossing into the UAE, drive to Dibba
After a cooked breakfast, the group will leave the camp and head back to Khasab for a full day of Dhow cruising. A traditional Omani lunch with fresh fish and fruits will be served on the boat. The group will return to Khasab port in the afternoon and start a 3 hour drive to Dibba. On arrival in Dibba, the group will check in at Dibba Hotel.
Dhow cruising: Dhow cruising is the best way to experience the idyllic beauty of Mussandam. The majestic fjords, dotted with islands, the crystal clear waters shimmering in the sun, a visit on Telegraph Island and underwater adventures account for a truly memorable day.
Many species of sea birds roam and nest around the cliffs at Khawr Ghubb Ali. Dolphins, swimming along the dhow, are very common during this trip. We will stop the Dhow at places of interest for snorkeling, swimming and lunch.
Day 4 Trekking to Jebel Quiwi and drive to Wadi Hatta
The group will leave the hotel after breakfast and head to the Northern Hajar Mountains.
The guide will lead participants on an off-road route through Wadi Khab al-Shams to the top of the mountain Jebel Quiwi, at the height of about 1000 meters. This is the starting point of a two-hour hike to a small village hidden in the mountain. A picnic lunch will be served on the way.
In the afternoon, the group will drive to Wadi Hatta, set up the camp, enjoy a BBQ dinner and relax at the camp fire.
Hajar Mountains: The Hajar Mountains form a large mountain range which plays a significant role in this journey, as most of the places of interest are within this range. The mountains begin in the north, forming the Mussandam Peninsular, run southeast and move gradually further to the east coast. The central section of the range is a mountain called Jebel Akhdar. This is the highest point and probably wildest terrain in eastern Arabia. Close to Muscat, the eastern Hajar starts and runs very close to the coast to the fishing town of Sur.
Day 5 Border crossing into Oman, off-roading through Wadi al-Satan, visit of the villages of Wijmah and Balat Sayt, Beduine dinner, camp in the mountains
After breakfast, the group will cross the border into the Oman and head to the north face of the Western Hajar Mountains. On the way, the travelers can enjoy many breath-taking sceneries. The group will drive through Wadi al-Satan, which is lined with plantations and settlements and visit Wijmah – a village under the cliff of Jebel Shams. After a picnic lunch, the drive will be continued through wadis and on mountain tracks to Balat Sayt - a terraced village in the heart of the mountain. The camp will be set up close to the village. A Bedouin will keep the group company for the evening while sharing his stories and preparing some traditional snacks. After dinner, the group can sit together around the campfire and enjoy an aromatic Shisha.
Shisha: The traditional water pipe, stuffed with tobacco and fruit flavor, is an essential part of the Arabic culture and tradition. One can often see Arabs sitting in cafés and restaurants, enjoying a chat with their friends, exchanging news and smoking shisha.
Day 6 Swimming in the Snake Canyon, drive through ´Wadi Bani Awf to Rustaq and to Muscat
The group will leave the campsite after a cooked breakfast and drive to the entrance of Snake Canyon. Here they will start a short hike which is rewarded with a refreshing swim in a natural water pool. Afterwards, the group will continue the drive through Wadi Bani Awf to Rustaq and to Muscat. Lunch will be taken at a local restaurant on the way. In the afternoon the group will check in at a hotel in Muscat.
Snake Canyon: Wadi Bani Awf is remarkable as it cuts deeply into the mountainous terrain for about 26 kilometers. The gorge of the Snake Canyon is considerably narrower, with the canyon walls towering on both sides. It is here that one can get an insight into nature's raw power where, over millions of years, it has cut a deep swathe through rocky terrain to vent its fury eventually into the sea. The massive boulders and rocks strewn along the wadi bed hold evidence of furious floodwater action over the ages.
Day 7 Muscat city tour, free afternoon
After breakfast at the hotel, the group will start a tour through the city. It will start at the beautiful embassy quarter of Muscat en route to the Sultan Qaboos Mosque. This mosque is a religious landmark of Muscat and a splendor of Islamic architecture (Islamic dress code is compulsory to enter the mosque).
Travelers will also visit the Bait al Zubeir Museum, Muttrah (a delightful quarter of Muscat) and a traditional souk and fish market. Lunch will be served at a local restaurant. During the afternoon, participants are free to continue sightseeing and have dinner at night on their own.
Muscat: Muscat, the capital, is with its 750,000 inhabitants Oman‘s biggest city. People have been living in this city for almost 2000 years, which makes Muscat also one of the oldest cities in the entire Middle East. Today it is one of the busiest places in the country with lots of open space, green parts and just few modern high-rise buildings. The city keeps a relatively slow pace and the traditional Omani culture and Arabic customs are an important part of the cityscape and the peoples’ everyday lives.
Day 8 Drive on coastal road to Sur, Salmah plateau, Qalhat, camp at Sur beach, swim in the ocean, watch turtles
The group will leave Muscat after a breakfast at the hotel and drive on the coastal road to Sur. At Fins, participants will leave the main road and head towards the Salmah plateau for another thrilling off-road drive. This route takes them swiftly from sea level to the cooler air up on the plateau at an elevation of about 1500 meters. A steep climb and an even steeper descent keep adrenaline levels high as travelers embark on this adventurous loop.
The group will have a picnic lunch on the way and continue the drive on the coastal road to Qalhat. After the group had the chance to explore Qalhat, they will drive back to Sur and set up the camp at the beach where travelers can also use the opportunity to swim in the ocean. After sunset, the group will walk on the beach and look out for turtles nesting.
Qalhat: For many centuries Qalhat was one of the most important ports at the Arabian Gulf, and a gateway to the Indian Ocean. It is featured in the stories of Pliny the Elder, Marco Polo, Ibn Battu’ta and Alfonso d’Alboquerque. The many fine pieces of broken pottery and glass littered all over the ruins suggest that it was once a thriving port town. Travelers can visit the tomb of the holy lady Bibi Maryam. It is one of the precious few structures which are still standing from the once bustling port of Qalhat.
Day 9 Visit dhow building yards, drive to Wadi Bani Khalid, drive to Nizwa, stay at a hotel in Nizwa
The group will start the day by visiting the Dhow building yards in Sur which was once the ancient boat building center of Oman, famous throughout Arabia in the 19th and early 20th century. Later on, the group will leave the town and drive to Nizwa on the inland route. On the way travelers will explore the famous Wadi Bani Khalid where they will walk through a short cave system and then go for a refreshing swim. Head torches and helmets will be provided for those exploratory individuals who are interested to do some caving. Others can just swim at the natural pool and relax. A picnic lunch will be served at Wadi Bani Khalid after which the group will drive to Nizwa and check in at the hotel.
Nizwa: In the sixth and seventh centuries, Nizwa was the capital of Oman and the center of trade between coastal and interior regions.
Day 10 Visit Nizwa Fort, Hoota Cave, Misfatat Al Abriyyin, camp at Jebel Shams
This day will be spent by visiting some very interesting places in and around Nizwa, such as the 17th century fort and the souk of this historical town. Later on the al-Hoota cave and the small but picturesque village of Misfatal-Abriyyin will be visited, before the group drives to Jebel Shams and sets up the camp.
Al-Hoota cave: The cave features several classic formations including stalactites, stalagmites and solid columns, which take thousands of years to form. Its underground lake is 800 meters long and the habitat of a rare and delicate species of blind fish.
Misfatal-Abriyyin: Misfatal-Abriyyin is a charming ancient village, located in a stunning landscape above terraced plantations of date palms. Travelers can visit the ancient houses and ruined watchtower perched on the mountain.
Day 11 Visit Wadi Damm, hike and swim in rock pool, border crossing into UAE, stay at a hotel in Al Ain
The group will leave Nizwa after breakfast and drive to Al Ain in the UAE. On the way they will stop at al-Ayn to visit ancient tombs and drive to Wadi Damm for a refreshing swim and hike. A picnic lunch will be provided at Wadi Damm after which the drive to Al Ain will be continued. On arrival in Al Ain, the group will check in the hotel and, thereafter, have some free hours to explore the city.
Al Ain: Al Ain is the fourth largest city in the UAE and is often called the garden city because of its relatively green appearance. It is located in the emirate of Abu Dhabi, directly adjacent to the border with Oman. Al Ain has been inhabited for more than four thousand years and is therefore considered a culturally significant to the country. It is also the birthplace of Shaikh Zayed bin Sultan al Nahyan, the first president of the UAE.
Day 12 Drive to Rub al-Khali and camp in the desert
The group will leave Al Ain in the morning and drive to Liwa, an Oasis located at the outskirts of the Rub al-Khali. On the way travelers have the chance to visit a car museum which features many extraordinary vehicles. After lunch in Liwa and a short introduction to driving on sand, the group will enter the biggest sand desert of the world and drive throughout the afternoon until they reach the camp site.
Rub a-Khali: Rub al-Khali (Empty Quarter), is the biggest sand desert in the world. It stretches between Saudi Arabia, Yemen, Oman and the UAE for a hundred thousand square miles. Majestic red and gold dunes tower up to 400 meter high. The immense scale of this vast desert scenery needs to be experienced to be believed.
Dune driving: This fun but demanding drive up and down the towering dunes is truly unique because one can drive for as long as a week without seeing human habitations or any signs of men’s interference with nature. Travelers may, however, see herds of camels wandering in their natural domain. It is an experience unlike anything else.
Day 13 Continue desert drive, lunch at Liwa Oasis, drive back to Dubai, check in hotel
Drivers will face extraordinary dunes on this day. The lead driver will find a way to the very top of a mega dune. Later on, each car needs to come down the very steep side. Afterwards, the convoy will head towards the Liwa Oasis, where they will have lunch at a local restaurant
Liwa: The Oasis stretches about 100 km east-west, along an arch curved to the north. The economic center of the oasis is where the highway from Abu Dhabi enters the oasis. An important traditional branch of the 50 villages’ economy is date farming. The oasis is the place of birth of the ruling families of Abu Dhabi and Dubai.
Day 14 Dubai city tour, free afternoon, optional dune buggy adventure, fare-well dinner
Back in Dubai, travelers can participate in a private, guided city tour. Sights include the famous gold and spice souks, the busy Dubai creak, the Dubai museum, and gigantic shopping centers. In the afternoon, participants can either continue exploring the city or take part in an optional dune buggy safari in the nearby desert. In the evening, participants will meet one last time for a fare-well dinner in one of Dubai’s luxury hotels.
Day 15 Transfer to the airport, departure
Travelers will be picked up from the hotel and transferred to the airport. Departure from Dubai.
Included in the Price
• Eight night’s accommodation in a three-star hotel (on a twin sharing basis)
• Toyota Prado / Fortuner for thirteen days
• Cool box with soft drinks and water for each car
• Fuel, insurance and all other expenses for cars
• Entrance fee for museum in Oman
• Visa charges to Oman
• Entrance fee for Hoota cave
• Desert driving tuitions
• Qualified, experienced and knowledgeable tour guide for route planning and leading the group
• Camp for six nights: Tents, sleeping bags, mattresses, pillows, solar shower
• Food and soft drinks during the trip
• Guide and coach for private city tour in Dubai
• Guide for city tour in Muscat
• Dhow cruise in Mussandam with lunch and snorkeling gear
• Fare well diner with unlimited alcoholic drinks on 14th night
Not included in the price:
• Air ticket
• Lunch and dinner on day 1 (if applicable. depending on the flight schedule)
• Dinner on day 7
• Lunch on day 14
• Lunch and dinner on day 15 (if applicable, depending on the flight schedule)
• Alcoholic beverages (except fare-well dinner)
Discover of Emirates & Oman (11 Days / 10 Nights)
Day 01: Arrival to Dubai Airport
Arrival Dubai International airport, meet and assist representative, who will take care of the visa procedures and baggage claim. Transfer to the hotel & overnight
Day 02: Half day city tour of Dubai – pm. Free at leisure
After breakfast, we start Dubai tour which reveals a magnificent contrast between the Arabian culture and the modernity, we head to Dubai museum, a treasure house of historical relics, that is housed in the Al Fahidi Fort, the museum offers a fascinating insight of the city in the pre-oil days, then visit the textile market, the old souk, world trade center of Dubai, Bastakia quarter, afterwards we cross the Creek (Al-Khor) by Abara, floating boat taxi to Deira, visiting the spices souk and the gold souk which is the biggest in the world. Then we drive over Sheikh Zayed Road through the skylines and the impressive emirates Towers and skylines till Jumeirah town, visit Jumeirah Mosque which shows the beauty of Islamic architecture, then a panoramic stop by Burj Al-Arab Hotel one of Dubai’s most recognizable landmarks and the world’s tallest hotel.
Pm. free at leisure … overnight.
Day 03: Dubai – Abu Dhabi S/S – Al-Ain
After breakfast, drive towards the capital of the UAE and the administrative center of the country, Abu Dhabi which is recognized as the Manhattan of the middle east, on the way we pass through Jabel Ali and the free zone which is the largest port in the world, upon arrival to Abu Dhabi visit the Heritage Village, then drive along the beautiful corniche with a breathtaking panoramic view over the city skylines, then we visit Al-Hisn Fort, and shoot the Emirates Palace, the world most exclusive hotel, then pass by Sheikh Khalifa’s Palace, President of the United Arab Emirates, then we take a trip to the Batinah harbor, finally a stop by the Sports city and visit the biggest mosque in the UAE and the world 3rd biggest mosque, Sheikh Zayed Bin Sultan the founder of the UAE. Later on drive towards to the greenest of all Emirates; Al-Ain, an oasis surrounded by red sand dunes, it is known as the garden city and considered as one of the oldest settlements in the region, dinner at the hotel and overnight.
Day 04: Al-Ain – Hatta – Fujairah
After breakfast, start exploring Al-Ain, the area boosts farms of vegetables and date trees. We pass by the Hili City famous for green gardens and visit the archaeological part of Hili where a tomb dating back to the 3rd millennium, then stop at the largest camel market in the Middle East, then proceed to the Museum next to old fortress, where archaeological findings of the UAE’s ancient settlement dated back to the Iron and Bronze ages are existed. Then we continue our trip to the most beautiful landscape, Jebel Hafeet - a bird’s eye view from the Jebel Hafit-the tallest mountain in the UAE. Then pass by the Omani territory – Al-Buraimi Oasis promises a restful and pleasant experience, then drive to Hatta, the 200 years old village located in Hajar Mountains, upon arrival visit Hatta fort then enjoy the spirit of adventure by 4X4 proceeding through the rocky landscape crossing wadis and dry river beds. Later on drive east towards the Indian Ocean to Fujairah, one of the seven emirates, overnight
Day 05: Fujairah – Sohar – Muscat
After breakfast, drive south and cross the borders and enter the Omani territories, our first visit will be Sohar city, a large and functional souk full of tailors, fruits and fishes in addition to an imposing four-stories fort with six towers overlooks the bay facing the Indian ocean. Later on continue towards Muscat, the capital of Sultanate of Oman, overnight.
Day 06: Full day Muscat city tour
After breakfast, full day city tour, starting with the beautiful Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque one of the largest mosques in the Middle East. Later on drive to visit Seeb fish Market. There after drive to Natural History Museum, exhibiting the wealth of Oman’s history and thus imparting knowledge about the country’s rich culture and traditions to the visitor. In the afternoon, drive to Quantab, one of the pristine beaches in Muscat, then drive along the picturesque Corniche to the once walled district Muscat, visit Bait Al Zubair Museum. A photo stops at the residence of his Majesty Sultan Qaboos, the Al Alam Palace, which is flanked by the 16th century Portuguese forts Mirani and Jalali. In the evening stroll through Muttrah Souq, famous of its handicrafts and silver items, back to the hotel and overnight.
Day 07: Muscat – Barka – Rustaq - Nakhl – Muscat
After breakfast, proceed for a full day excursion to Barka & Rustaq, once the capital of this area and always a major trading center of Oman, continue to northeast to Nakhl, which has a 350 years old magnificent fort and is dramatically located at the top of rock mountain cliff. The area is surrounded with dates plantations. The narrow road through the town winds up to the Hot Springs, which is a popular picnic spot. Continue to visit Al-Hazm fort, souqs and hot water springs, later on drive back to Muscat and overnight
Day 08:Muscat – Sur
After breakfast, Morning breakfast at hotel and later we depart for Sur through coastal route with sightseeing en route Bimah Sinkhole, Finns beach and then to coastal town of Sur. After visit to Dhow building yard check in at the Hotel and overnight
Day 09: Sur – Wahiba Sands – Nizwa
After breakfast, embark on a full day tour to Wadi Bani Khalid, an Oasis spot in the middle of the barren and dry mountains and then to Wahiba – the great Arabian Desert with sightseeing en route. Visit to a Bedouin house, camel ride & Sand Dune drive while at Wahiba and later on proceed to Nizwa- the cultural capital of Oman. Upon arrival check in at the hotel and overnight
Day 10: Nizwa – Muscat
After breakfast, full day tour of Nizwa; visit the famous round tower fort, one of the best architecture in Oman. Nizwa souq where Arabian potteries, silver and gold wares are sold. Then drive to Al-Hamra visit of falaj system and old houses dates back from 400 years. Then visit Al-Hoota caves, one of the largest natural caves in Oman. Continue to Bahla, the mystical town once famous black magic, but now is known for Arabian potteries; visit to one of the factory to see the traditional style of pottery making. Then drive to Jabrin fort a 17th century fort, with magnificent architecture. The plasterwork, wooden carvings, painted ceiling makes this castle amazingly different. In the evening drive back to Muscat and overnight.
Day 11: Departure Muscat Airport
After breakfast, transfer to Muscat Airport for final departure
Dubai & Oman (7 Days / 6 Nights)
Day 01 Arrival Dubai
Arrival Dubai International airport, meet and assist representative, who will take care of the visa procedures and baggage claim. Transfer to the hotel & overnight
Day 02 Today explore the city of Dubai on your guided city tour.
Enjoy an American breakfast at the hotel. Today start your day discovering the new and old of Dubai. Start you tour by a photo-stop at the Dubai Creek where you can see the traditional Abara – the water taxi. Later you have some free time at the Dubai Gold Souk and Spice Souk. Drive past the most magnificent Jumeirah Mosque where you can see beautiful Islamic architecture, the Jumeirah Beach and stop for photo at Burj Al Arab the most luxurious and tallest standing hotel in the world. We will also visit the manmade wonder – the Dubai Palm Island and stop outside the Atlantis hotel. Later drive on the famous Sheikh Zayed road – one of the busiest roads of Dubai and view the Dubai Marina. Later you are free to explore this tourist paradise, offering more attractions, shopping, fine dining and quality hotels. From the timeless tranquility of the desert to the lively bustle of the souk, Dubai offers everything to the visitors. Tonight enjoy Indian Dinner. Overnight in Dubai.
Day 03Day free to explore the city on your own. Today in the evening enjoy a Dhow Dinner Cruise on the creek watching Dubai sky-line.
Enjoy an American breakfast at your hotel. Enjoy the day exploring the city or shopping in the many malls with miles of air-conditioned corridors and tempting window display, you can spend a few hours or the whole day. This evening, enjoy the Dhow Dinner cruise - a wooden liner that takes you sightseeing along the famous Dubai Creek and offers an intriguingly different view of this amazing city. Treat yourself to a hot dinner on board the cruise offering you a variety of Arabic Cuisine.Overnight in Dubai.
Day 04 Today, you can shop to your heart’s content at one of the biggest shopping mall in Dubai – The Dubai Mall. Enjoy the mystical Desert Safari with dinner.
Enjoy an American breakfast at the hotel. Today, you can shop to your heart’s content at one of the biggest shopping mall in Dubai – the Dubai Mall. The Dubai Mall has 440000 sq. feet of shopping space available with over 1200 shops to choose from. Later you experience the Dubai Metro to return back to your hotel. Later this afternoon, enjoy the adventurous Desert Safari tour, where skilled drivers take you in a private four wheel drive vehicle through huge golden sand dunes up and down. Experience the most thrilling and fulfilling ride of your life. At the desert camp enjoy belly dancing with delicious dinner. Overnight in Dubai.
Day 05 Fly to Amazing Oman. Arrive Muscat.
Enjoy an American breakfast at the hotel and later proceed to the Airport for your flight to Muscat. On arrival meet your representative and proceed to Muscat city. Rest of the day is at leisure to explore the city on your own. In the evening enjoy Indian dinner at a local Restaurant. Overnight in Muscat.
Day 06 City tour of Muscat.
After Breakfast, proceed on a guided city tour of Muscat City. Muscat offers the visitor a unique opportunity to witness a modern commercial center existing in harmony with its traditional culture. With its natural harbor, Muscat means “Anchorage” & lies in a natural volcanic bowl. Our tour of the Grand Mosque & Bait Al Zubair Museum is a brief introduction that traces Oman’s history and development. Drive along the waterfront Corniche visiting the Fish Market & the colorful Muttrah Souq. We proceed for a photo stop to the magnificent Al Alam Palace, official palace of His Majesty Sultan Qaboos flanked by the 16th century Portuguese forts Mirani & Jalali. (Ladies fully covered and to carry a head scarf and men in trousers). In the evening enjoy Indian dinner at a local Restaurant. Overnight in Muscat.
Day 07 Fly back home with wonderful memories of your tour.
After an American breakfast, we transfer you to the airport to board your flight back home. Arrive home with pleasant memories of your tour, which we are sure you will treasure for a lifetime. Your valued suggestions will be most appreciated.
What your package includes
Sight Seeing UNITED ARAB EMIRATES
- Dubai City Tour Of Dubai
A relatively new tourist destination, Dubai was gaining popularity in recent years until the global economic crash of 2008. Dubai is essentially a desert city with superb infrastructure, liberal policies (by regional standards), that became popular for its excellent tourist amenities. Just 5 h from Europe and 3 h from most parts of the Middle East, the Near East, and the subcontinent of India, Dubai makes a great short break for shopping, partying, sunbathing, fine dining, sporting events, and even a few sinful pleasures. It is a city of superlatives: for the fastest, biggest, tallest, largest and highest, Dubai is the destination
- Dubai Metro
The Dubai metro is a driverless, fully automated metro rail network in the United Arab Emirates city of Dubai. The Red Line and Green Line are operational, with three further lines planned. These first two lines run underground in the city center and on elevated viaducts elsewhere (elevated railway).All trains and stations are air conditioned with platform edge doors to make this possible.
- Dhow Cruise With Dinner
Dividing the charming 'city of lights' into two commercial districts, Dubai Creek epitomizes the city's personality. Here, the magnificent sophistication of the 21st century walks hand in hand with the simplicity of a bygone era.
- Desert Safari With Dinner
A must for everyone who is visiting UAE. A memory to share with your family and friends back home, this is one safari you can’t do back home. We recommend it highly and it will be worth every penny spend!
- Day Free For Shopping
The Dubai is home to just about every major fashion brand in the world. Adorned with a 440,000 square feet Fashion Avenue, which is recognized as the largest collection of fashion brands under one roof anywhere in the world, The Dubai is set to become the next fashion capital of the world.
04 nights in Dubai.
02 nights in Muscat.
As indicated in program
- All transfers and extensive excursions with entrance fees (as specified in the itinerary) by a deluxe air-conditioned video coach.
- Services of a professional, multilingual and friendly Tour Manager or a local Representative.
- On some occasions you may have to join another group in case the group does not have adequate members.
- A local representative or a driver may only be there to assist you during your initial part of the tour.