Dubai Holiday Tour


Day 01 - Departure from Mumbai and Arrive into Dubai

Evening Assemble in the lobby at 1800 hrs for transfer to Dhow Cruise with International Buffet dinner. Return back to the Hotel. Overnight at the hotel.

DAY 2- Desert Safari

Enjoy the morning breakfast and relax for some time. Afternoon assembles in the lobby at 1500 hrs for Desert Safari Tour including Barbeque dinner, sand dune rides, belly dancing. Return back to hotel. Overnight at the hotel.

Day 03 - Dubai City Tour

After the delicious Breakfast get ready to witness the beautiful city of Dubai. Rest of the day free for leisure. Overnight at the Hotel with Dinner.

Day 04 - Leisure

Enjoy the delicious breakfast and then relax. The day will be at leisure and you can do what you want by your own self.

Day 05 - Departure back to Mumbai

Enjoy the delicious breakfast and relax. Leave for airport after breath taking trip.

About Tour

About Dubai Tour

Tourism in Dubai (United Arab Emirates) is an important part of the Dubai government's strategy to maintain the flow of foreign cash into the emirate. Dubai's lure for tourists is based mainly on shopping, but also on its possession of other ancient and modern attractions.

Most capitals and other major cities have direct flights to Dubai. More than 120 airlines operate to and from Dubai International Airport to more than 260 destinations, making it one of the world's busiest. Dubai is also the home base of Emirates Airline, international airline of the UAE, which operates scheduled services to more than 100 destinations.

Most travelers need to obtain a Visit Visa prior to entering Dubai. However, citizens (and some residents) of Cooperation Council for the Arab States of the Persian Gulf (GCC) and citizens of a number of states in Europe and elsewhere (including Australia and New Zealand) can get a free entry permit stamped in their passport upon arrival, good for up to 90 days. Visitors from other nationalities require the sponsorship of any U.A.E. resident or any company or hotel licensed to operate within the U.A.E. and are limited to a 30-day stay. Citizens of the UK, France, Italy, Germany, the Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg, Switzerland, Austria, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Portugal, Greece, Cyprus, Finland, Malta, Spain, Monaco, Vatican, USA, Iceland, Andorra, San Marino, Liechtenstein, Hungary, Australia, New Zealand, Japan, Brunei, Singapore, Malaysia and Hong Kong may stay for up to 30 days without a visa. Citizens of Ireland may stay for 60 days with a 30-day stamped entry permit, with the option to extend to 90 days for a fixed charge.

Travellers entering Dubai can be jailed for 4 years or more if found in possession (including in the bloodstream and the bottom of the shoes) of illegal drugs (even in quantities as small as 0.001g), including medicines such as codeine, in part due to the use of security scanners at the Dubai aiport which are able to detect drug residue in the blood. Some travellers have indeed been sentenced to long jail terms for "possession" of trace amounts of which they were almost certainly unaware. A senior Dubai judge was quoted on February 11, 2008, by the Dubai City News saying, "These laws help discourage anyone from carrying or using drugs. Even if the amount of illegal drugs found on someone is 0.05 grams, they will be found guilty. The penalty is a minimum four years. The message is clear — drugs will not be tolerated." A number of travellers have been held pending charge while Dubai authorities test their possessions, blood and urine for any trace of contraband

Dubai has been called the "shopping capital of the Middle East. The city draws large numbers of shopping tourists from countries within the region and from as far as Eastern Europe, Africa and the Indian Subcontinent. Dubai is known for its souk districts. Souk is the Arabic word for market or place where any kind of goods are brought or exchanged. Traditionally, dhows from the Far East, China, Sri Lanka, and India would discharge their cargos and the goods would be bargained over in the souks adjacent to the docks. Dubai's most atmospheric shopping is to be found in the souks, located on either side of the creek, where bargaining is part of the buzz.Modern shopping malls and boutiques are also found in the city. Dubai Duty Free at Dubai International Airport offers merchandise catering to the multinational passengers using Dubai International Airport. While boutiques, some electronics shops, department stores and supermarkets may operate on a fixed-price basis, most other outlets consider friendly negotiation as a way of life. Dubai's numerous shopping centres cater for every consumer’s need. Cars, clothing, jewellery, electronics, furnishing, sporting equipment and any other goods will all be likely to be under the same roof.
The Dubai Shopping festival is a month-long festival held during month of January each year. During the festival the entire emirate becomes one massive shopping mall. Additionally, the festival brings together music shows, art exhibitions, and folk dances.
In 2002 DTCM formed the Dubai Convention Bureau (DCB) to conduct all international bids on behalf of the emirate for attracting major events to Dubai.The DCB also carries out comprehensive promotional activities that relate to Dubai as a meetings and conventions destination and organizes and participates in trade shows, workshops and road shows and prepares all collateral to promote Dubai as a leading business tourism destination.

Dubai hosts the following international championships:

  • Dubai World Cup – the richest horse race in the world
  • Dubai Classic - the golf championship
  • Barclays Dubai Tennis for both men and women
  • UIM World Powerboat racing
  • Rugby 7’s
  • Dubai International Rally
  • Dubai Snooker Classic
  • The UAE Desert Challenge
  • The Standard Chartered Dubai Marathon




  • 5 night Acommodation in HotelPanorama Grand Bur Dubai
  • Daily breakfast in hotel
  • Return Airport trasnfer
  • Dubai City tour
  • Desert Safari with BBQ dinner & Belly Dance
  • Dhow Cruise with Dinner
  • UAE Single Entry Visa
  • Return Airfare on Economy Class
  • Dubai Tourism Dihram
  • All Taxes


Terms & Conditions

Terms & Conditions

  • Rates and hotel are subject to change without any prior notice depending on the availability at the time of finalizes the booking.
  • Rooms and rates are subject to availability at the time of booking as no options are held as of now.
  • Hotels advised are our suggestions only; we are not responsible for individual clients preferences, please check before finalize booking.

    Cancellation Policy:

  • The following cancellation charges would apply per person if booking is cancelled as per schedule below. ₹ 15,000/- per person is NON REFUNDABLE. Full Payment upon confirmation. NO REFUND if cancelled within 10 days of departure.


  • Above rates are valid on a minimum of 2 adults travelling together
  • Rates are excluding 3.09% Service Tax
  • Airline seats and hotel rooms are subject to availability at the time of booking
  • Rates are subject to change without prior notice
  • Unutilized Services are NON-REFUNDABLE
  • Any meals and services unless mentioned in the itinerary are not included
  • In case of unavailability in the mentioned hotels, alternate accommodation will be arranged in a similar category hotel


  • Indian passport valid for at least 6 months having minimum 2 blank pages and 2 white background photographs of size 4x6cm.