Dubai’s unique attractions, including the world’s tallest building, largest shopping mall, and only 7-star hotel, lure millions of visitors each year. Dubai is one of the frequently visited travel destinations, it illustrates diversified cultures in the form of art, music, vogue and culinary landscape. Dubai houses some of the iconic attractions like world’s tallest tower- Burj Khalifa, Dubai Creek, Desert Safari, man- made marina and shopping mall. For shopping Spree, there are opulent shopping malls which offer more than lavish shopping experience. You may go for activities like seaplane fight, speed boat tour, Cruise tour and relax at Zabeel Park. Housing popular theme parks. With so much to discover, the choices are endless!
At the Dubai Museum, situated in the Al- Fahidi fortress, learn about the city's past as a small fishing village. Cross the Dubai Creek in an Abra (water taxi) to Deira to shop for exotic spices and unique souvenirs at the Spice and Gold Souks. Enjoy a panoramic tour of the skyscrapers along the famous Sheik Zayed Road and continue towards the palaces on Jumeirah Road for a photo stop of the Jumeirah Mosque. Visit Dubai Marina, one of the most fashionable neighborhoods, and see the moored yachts, impressive skyscrapers, and Marina Promenade. Continue on to the largest man-made archipelago, The Palm, with a photo stop at the iconic Atlantis Hotel. Drive along the beautiful Jumeirah Road and stop at the enchanting Madinat Jumeirah, an authentic recreation of an ancient marketplace with a vibrant ambience. Then, get a closer view of the distinctive sail-shaped silhouette of the iconic Burj Al Arab Hotel. Continue to Downtown and ascend to the observatory of the world’s tallest building, the Burj Khalifa. Visit the Dubai Mall, the biggest shopping mall in the world and see the outside of its Aquarium, one of the largest tanks in the world which has more than 33,000 fish.
Dubai is a travel destination every traveler must explore at least once. Explore Dubai through our uniquely designed Dubai holiday Packages.
YOUR turn to uncover this glamorous oasis! with Wizfair, it’s easy. We handle your hotel accommodations, take you to see the most popular sights, and provide you with breakfast every morning.
Your vacation begins when you arrive in Dubai. We will arrange your transportation from the airport to your chosen hotel. You will explore the markets, or souks, including Spice Souk and Gold Souk, and stroll through the historic Bastakiya Quarter, weaving through the narrow lanes. You’ll even ascend to the 124th floor at Burj Khalifa, the world’s tallest building, exciting desert safari that includes a barbecue dinner. With so much to discover, the choices are endless!
To help you get the most out of your vacation, we’ve included all the details, from daily breakfasts, tours and recommendations. With Wizfair, you save time and stress, ensuring that your Dubai getaway will be a luxurious one.
At the time of your arrival our driver will greet you & assist you with your baggage to the Vehicle and drive you safely to your Hotel or Residence. At the time of your departure Our Driver will Pick you from your desired hotel in Dubai and drop you at the Dubai International Airport.
Drive through the city of skyscrapers with detailed information provided by our knowledgeable tour guides about every significant place of this emirate which includes Glamorous shopping malls, Cultural Heritage, world-class architecture and the tallest tower in the world -The Burj Khalifa.Special note: The pick up/drop off timing can be modified as per the trip schedule by 30 to 60 minutes, depending on your location and traffic conditions.No change in the timing during Ramadan. Guests can buy their lunch in Dubai Mall but it will be consumed in the vehicle only, no drinking/eating/chewing gum in public. There is no perfect way to get up close and personal with the world’s tallest structure than with Burj Khalifa tour. Make your way to Downtown Dubai and gain access to Burj Khalifa via Dubai Mall. Then, climb to one of the world’s fastest elevator to enjoy an exciting ride way up to 124th floor. Get sweeping 360 degree views of Dubai’s mind blowing landscape from its advanced Observation Deck, At the Top. Capture some amazing pictures and also learn about interesting facts about Dubai’s history as well as this alluring structure on your visit here.
Book our exciting two-in-one tour to experience the splendors of the UAE’s capital city! After picking you up from your Dubai hotel or location, we head you out for a well-organized city sightseeing tour that gives you the opportunity to discover Abu Dhabi’s monumental gems, such as Sheik Zayed Mosque, Emirates Palace, and Date Market. This is followed by a lunch at Marina Mall or Heritage Village (not included in the price) and then a trip to Ferrari World Theme Park at Yas Island, where you’ll have unlimited access to all of its rides and attractions. This combo tour concludes with a drop off to your hotel or convenient spot in Dubai.Special Note - Pick up timings for tour option Abu Dhabi City Tour on Fridays will be as follows : Deira / Bur Dubai - 10:00 am to 10:30 am Marina / Al Barsha / SZR - 10:30 am to 11:00 am No change in the timing. Guest just need to follow appropriate dress code at all times, no drinking/eating/chewing gum on public. Grand Mosque not available during Fridays (even for Private tours)
Enjoy our desert safari tour that provide you an ultimate adventurous experience with Dune bashing on the sand dunes in a 4X4 vehicle, camel riding, various photographic opportunities, belly dancing show, Tanura dance show and BBQ dinner with vegetarian and non-vegetarian food options.Special note: The pick up/drop off timing can be modified as per the trip schedule by 30 to 60 minutes, depending on your location and traffic conditions.Pregnant Women or people suffering from backache are not recommended for this Tour.Desert Safari Pickup timings starting from 21st June 2019 will be between 4:00 PM to 4:30 PM.
Have a pleasant and lovely evening, with our Dhow cruise dinner tour in a traditional dhow that has AC lower deck and open and Airy upper deck , and enjoy magnificent view of the city, entertainment shows and delicious dinner served on-board while cruising. Special Note: The pick up/drop off timing can be modified as per the trip schedule by 30 to 60 minutes, depending on traffic conditions and your location.
At the time of your departure Our Driver will Pick you from your desired hotel in Dubai and drop you at the Dubai International Airport.
A massive shopping mall in the Bur Dubai area with shops selling designer brands, a cinema complex, and other leisure activities. In addition, there are plenty of restaurants and cafes to revive your spirits when you're all shopped out
HERITAGE VILLAGE AND DIVING VILLAGE
An enjoyable, interactive look at Dubai's past found on the Creek. The diving village features displays on pearl diving, as well as scale models of dhows and pearling boats. The heritage village recreates a Bedouin settlement, complete with homes made from Barasti (dried palm leaves tied together) and mud. You can also enjoy pottery and weaving workshops as well as visiting a traditional coffee house. A small souk sells a mixture of traditional Bedouin handcrafts and imported items.
SOUK MADINAT JUMEIRAH
Meandering paths lead visitors through a bazaar-like atmosphere in which open fronted shops and intimate galleries spill onto the paved walkways. The sounds of craftsmen and women at work combine with the aroma from street cafés and boutique restaurants. At Souk Madinat Jumeirah, the emphasis is on unique brands, crafted quality and an interactive experience.
SOUK AL BAHAR AND SOUK KHAN MURJAAN
Experience faux-souk shopping at some of the city’s best addresses: Souk Al Bahar in Downtown Dubai (a short walk from The Dubai Mall) is a majestic Arabesque citadel brimming with handicrafts, perfumes, carpets and Arabic coffee shops and restaurants. Meanwhile, Souk Khan Marjaan at Wafi draws inspiration from 14th century Egypt, Syria, Turkey and Morocco.
JUMEIRAH BEACH RESIDENCE (JBR WALK)
Loaded with over 300 restaurants, stores, supermarkets and boutiques, the one mile JBR Walk is a very popular outdoor shopping and dining promenade, especially on the weekends when traffic slows down so you can get a great views of the sports cars as they drive by. Get some exercise by walking end to end, stop for a tasty treat and watch the rest of the world go by, or head out to JBR Open Beach (in front of the Hilton Dubai Jumeirah) for a little swim time.
Have you ever shopped in a shipping container? BoxPark offers this unusual experience where trendy boutiques, niche cafes and funky art are housed in 220 shipping containers. Unusual artwork and designers like Sonia Rykiel and MSGM at Urbanist, The Zoo Concept’s unusual collection of gifts and novelty figurines, and the largest Adidas store in the region are just some of the standout names at BoxPark.
SHEIKH MOHAMMED CENTRE FOR CULTURAL UNDERSTANDING
Come and experience a traditional Emirati breakfast or lunch at the Sheikh Mohammed Centre for Cultural Understanding. Within the confines of a wind tower house located at the Al Bastakiya trading village of the Al Fahidi Historic District, one of the oldest neighborhoods in Bur Dubai, you will surely enjoy your meal with local flair while chatting with an Emirati host about the UAE’s culture, customs and religion.
Manousheh – Pizza Of Dubai
Iranian Sangak – One Of The Most Popular Dishes
Chelo Kebab – A Heavenly Taste
Al Harees – Taste The Tradition
Al Machboos – Surprisingly Delicious
Tabbouleh – For Those Who Are Health Conscious
Kousa Mahshi – Taste The Classic Spices
Shirin Polo – For An Authentic Dining Experience
Baba Ganoush – An Epic Starter
Fatteh – All Things Good In One
Kellaj – A Cheesy Delight
Falafel – Prepared With Love
Fattoush – Healthy And Yummy
Shish Tawook – Have It Like The Locals
Lahem Bl Ajin – The Arab Pizza
Taboon Bread – Not Just A Bread
Shawarma – The Popular Street Food Item
Samboosa – The Dish With A Twist
Mahalabiya – Can’t Afford To Miss
Luqaimat – You Can’t Have Just One
Knafeh – Cheese Pastry Redefined
Khanfaroosh – For Teatime
INCLUDE | EXCLUDE
- Meet and Greet services
- Hotel accommodations - Hyatt Jumeirah or Similar 4 star property OR Radisson Blu or Similar 5 star property
- Daily Breakfast
- Hotel taxes and service charges
- Round trip transfers to & from the airport to the hotel
- Tour guide, Visa and private transfers are NOT included
Why book with Wizfair?
There are many reasons to book your trip through Wizfair. We have been operating high quality tours around the globe and pride ourselves on using this experience to create consistently high quality, personalized tour experiences. Our network extends throughout the Emirates and the Middle East so we can provide a level high of service anywhere you would like to travel in Dubai and beyond. Look here for more reasons why Wizfair is the best touring option for you and your group.
Is there a discount for booking my tour far in advance?
Wizfair is happy to offer an "Early Bird" discount for clients who pay the full cost of their tour in advance. If full payment for your tour is received six months before the date of your arrival, we will gladly reduce the quoted cost of your trip by 5%. "Early Bird" rates require full, non-refundable pre-payment. Discounted tours will not be eligible for date changes or refunds.
Is there a special rate for private groups booking with Wizfair?
Yes, Wizfair does provide a discount for private trips booked with large groups. For groups of ten or more people, there will be a discount dependent upon the nature and length of the trip. For groups of fifteen or more people, the total price of the tour will be reduced by the full cost for one person in the group.
How can I contact Wizfair to book a tour?
Wizfair is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to receive your booking inquiries via email, telephone, or live online chat. You can also submit a booking request form describing the trip you want to take, its length, and any other details you can provide, and you will receive a reply promptly with a proposal from our representatives. Our USA office is located at 204 Ark Rd, Suite – 208 L, Mount Laurel, NJ, 08054. You can set up an appointment by calling our toll-free number and meet our travel expert in person!
What do I need to do to book a tour and confirm my reservation?
Booking a tour is simple. All you need to do is contact our representatives via one of the methods listed above in question 4. You will receive a prompt response outlining the options available to you and then you can build a tour that will suit your needs in terms of budget, number of days, and points of interest with the help of one of our travel consultants. Once a plan has been decided, Wizfair will send you a detailed itinerary that includes all necessary information and plans for your trip. At this point, you will have to confirm your reservation with payment of a deposit. Your reservation will not be confirmed until payment of this deposit is received by Wizfair. Please ask your travel agent for payment plan options.
How much will I have to pay as a deposit? How will I pay it?
The deposit required will be 35% of the total price of the tour, except during peak travel times around Christmas and New Years, when the deposit will be 50% of the total price. You can pay the deposit using a credit card or a bank transfer directly to Wizfair. Our representatives will be willing to provide any additional information or support you need to complete this payment
If payment of the deposit in one transaction is not possible, please contact Wizfair to enquire about the possibility of making the payment in installments.
Is there any surcharge on transactions completed using a debit or credit card?
Wizfair does not charge any additional fees or surcharges on any debit or credit card transactions.
If I am forced to cancel my trip with Wizfair will I receive a refund?
Wizfair refund policy is detailed in our Terms and Conditions. The amount refunded depends on how far in advance we are notified about the cancellation.
We highly recommend getting your trip insured to cover any unforeseen circumstances. Wizfair provides you with complete travel insurance.
1. Is Dubai safe to visit? Are there any security concerns specific to Dubai or the rest of the United Arab Emirates?
Dubai and the United Arab Emirates are very safe. Crime rates are very low and the number of tourists that come into contact with any type of theft or other crime is very small.
It is important to note that the legal system in the United Arab Emirates is very different than in many other countries and the penalties for breaking the law may be significantly more severe than you are accustomed to. For instance, public intoxication and public displays of affection are both immediately punishable by imprisonment and drug laws are enforced extremely harshly.
Laws may vary between Dubai and the other Emirates. Some are more conservative than other. It is recommended the you familiarize yourself with these differences before traveling between them.
2. Is there any special advice for women travelers while visiting Dubai?
In Dubai and especially in some of the more conservative Emirates it is advisable that women keep cultural norms in mind when they are dressing in order to avoid extra attention. Dubai is an international city, but the society is still a generally conservative one so think about covering your shoulder and your knees and avoiding very low necks on shirts.
This does not apply in private area and resorts.
1. How can I obtain my visa to visit Dubai?
Citizens from the following countries do not need a visa to travel to Dubai or any of the Emirates: Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar and Saudi Arabia.
Citizens of countries on the following list can obtain a free, 30 day visit visa at immigration upon arrival with no prior arrangements: Australia, Andorra, Austria, Brunei, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hong Kong, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Malaysia, Monaco, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Portugal, San Marino, Singapore, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom, United States of America, The Vatican. That visa can be extended for an additional 30 days for a fee.
Travelers from other countries must arrange for a visa before they travel and will be required to have a sponsor for their visa application.
Visitors to Dubai and the United Arab Emirates are required to have a passport valid for at least 6 months from their arrival date. Other visa requirements may change and vary from country to country.
2. Can I extend the period of my tourist visa beyond its expiration?
It is possible to extend your tourist visa in the UAE. The original 30 day visa can be renewed once for another 30 days.
3. Can I combine my visit to Dubai with another country?
Many travelers choose to combine a trip to Dubai and the UAE with visits to other countries in the region. Wizfair is proud to offer a wide array of travel services and tours in both Egypt and Jordan. Please visit our homepage to find out more or ask your travel expert at Wizfair.
4.Are there direct flights from USA to Dubai?
Dubai's airport is a major hub for international travel. There are flights arriving everyday from all over the world, including several destinations in the United States.
1. Can I bring a personal supply of cigarettes and alcohol with me when I am visiting Dubai?
Customs regulations allow visitors to import alcohol and tobacco duty free up to the following amounts:
4 liters of alcohol or 2 cartons of beer (1 carton=24 cans, not exceeding 355 ml each)
400 cigarettes, 50 cigars, or 500 grams loose tobacco
2. What happens if I didn't purchase my alcohol and cigarettes upon arrival, will I have the chance to buy them elsewhere in Dubai?
Duty Free shopping is only available in the Dubai Airport. You will not be allowed to purchase alcohol at supermarkets or liquor stores in the UAE without a personal liquor license issued by the government; however, It is available for purchase in hotel bars and restaurants.
Do people in Dubai speak languages other than Arabic?
Arabic is the national language, but other languages are commonly spoken in some area on Dubai and the UAE. Dubai is an international city with many foreign nationals from all over the world speaking a wide variety of languages. Most people in Dubai can speak and understand at least basic English.
Is there any special dress code to be followed during visiting a mosque in Dubai?
Modest dress is required at all mosques in Dubai and the rest of the UAE in order to respect Muslim religious practices. All visitors must be covered. Men must wear long pants and sleeves and women must be covered as well from their ankle to their wrists. Tightly fitting clothes are also not allowed. Women must also cover their heads with a scarf that will be provided for them at major mosques if they do not have one.
1. Are there any health issues that I should worry about in Dubai?
Dubai is one of the safest places for travelers to visit in terms of health issues. The government has sponsored a highly successful vaccination program to eliminate illnesses and also hold hotels to a very high hygiene standard.
The weather is very hot. It is wise to take precautions against heat stroke and sunburn, especially in the hot summer months.
Some medicines that are legal over the counter in other parts of the world are not legal in Dubai without a prescription. If you have any prescription medicine, be sure to bring the prescription with you and be sure that none of the medicine that you are carrying is banned. Anything containing codeine, for instance, is illegal to possess even in small amounts.
2. Are there certain vaccinations to be taken before traveling to Dubai?
There are no required vaccinations before traveling to Dubai. However, if you need to apply for a visa before traveling to Dubai, you may be required to have medical testing done.
1. What is the official currency in Dubai?
The local currency is the United Arab Emirates Dirham. The dirham is currently valued at approximately 4 UAED to 1 US dollar or 5 UAED to 1 Euro.
2. Will I be able to exchange dollars, Euros, or other currencies in Dubai?
Exchanging currency is very convenient in Dubai. There are no currency restrictions and any major currency is easy to exchange at exchange location that are easy to find in most central areas. All banks offer ATM facilities so that you can withdraw cash.
3. How common is the use of credit cards in Dubai?
Credit cards can be used in almost any location in Dubai. If it is not possible to use a credit card in a given store, there are ATM locations commonly available where you can withdraw cash.
Is it a common practice to give tips in Dubai?
Tipping is common practice in Dubai, but it is not required. Tip hotel staff at your discretion. In restaurants, a 10% service charge is often included, but you may choose to add to this by tipping waiters directly, especially if this is not included. Taxi drivers do not require tips, but you should round up to the nearest dirham on the fare. Tipping a couple of dirhams to bellmen, baghandlers, supermarket baggers, and windscreen washers at gas stations is generally accepted.
1. Will it be easy for me to find transportation from the Dubai Airport to other destinations in the city?
Transportation from Dubai Airport is very convenient. The most common transportation are the plentiful taxis, which are metered and start at 25 dh. However, the airport is also served by the Dubai Metro and public buses, which cost 3 dh for trips into the central bus stations in the city.
Wizfair provides transfers from and to the airport included in your package.
2. Is it a good idea for tourists to use public transportation in Dubai and the United Arab Emirates?
The metro and buses in Dubai are well-maintained and a very good option for transportation. The Dubai metro is considered to be the best in the Middle East. The city is still very car oriented and it is likely that you will need to use taxis at least some of the time to get around.
August is the hottest month in Dubai with an average temperature of 35.5°C (96°F) and the coldest is January at 19°C (66°F) with the most daily sunshine hours at 12 in June. The wettest month is February with an average of 40mm of rain. The best month to swim in the sea is in August when the average sea temperature is 33°C (91°F).