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Discover All That’s Possible in Dubai - 6 Days

Many describe Dubai as flamboyant, glitzy and modernized. There is, however, a more traditional side to the city, especially during Ramadan, when the Emiratis proudly perform their song and dance. The tallest skyscrapers, fastest cars, hottest parties and fanciest hotels. Water sports, sand sports and air sports. Frenzied shopping extravaganzas, glitzy malls and traditional souks. A beautiful coastline and an exotic desert. All this is one city. All this is Dubai. Whether it’s a family holiday with the kids or a quick business trip, a romantic getaway with your significant other or a raucous holiday with your friends, Dubai promises a fun-filled, unique experience for every kind of traveler.

Places to Visit


It is the third largest city in the United Arab Emirates (after Dubai and Abu Dhabi) and just a stone’s throw away from Dubai. Also known as the Pearl of the Gulf, it has a number of historical landmarks such as the grand King Faisal Mosque, the Sharjah fort and the Heritage Museum. While at Sharjah, do not miss out the opportunity to shop at Al Markazi souk which is a haven, a treasure trove of handicrafts, jewellery and carpets. You can also take a look at another famous Souk – the Al Arsah – which is also the oldest souk in the country.

Abu Dhabi

The largest city in the Emirates, Abu Dhabi is also its federal capital. One of the most modern cities in the world, CNN recently described it as the “richest city in the world”. And all that becomes apparent as you drive around the city, its well-laid out roads flanked by beautiful parks, boulevards and rows and rows of trees, the malls epitomizing lavishness, the skyscrapers kissing the clouds,and the oil companies telling us why Abu Dhabi is where it is! Some of the must-see sights when you are in Abu Dhabi are the Sheikh Zayed mosque (6th largest in the world), the Khalifa Park with its resplendent gardens, museum and aquarium and the spectacular waterfront known as the ‘Corniche’. For the alpha males, there is Yas Island –a haven for motorsport lovers – with its grand F1 track and Ferrari theme park.

Al Ain

The oasis or the ‘Garden city’ of the Emirates, Al Ain shares borders with the Omani town of Buraimi. Amongst the most popular sights in Al Ain is the camel market, where hundreds of camels are bought and sold every day. Lying close at hand are the scenic Hajar Mountains, its arid expanses interspersed with oases – some real, some mirages. You can also visit the Al Ain Wildlife Park that has besides herds of gazelles and the indigenous Arab Oryx, giraffes, zebras and the beautiful, rare white lions of Sambona. Another well-known sight is the Green Mubazzarah , at the base of the Jebel Hafeet mountain. With hot springs, lakes and green hillsides, it is one of the most popular family picnic spots in the region.

Jumeirah Mosque

Built completely out of stone and resplendent with twin minarets, this mosque is the largest in the city and built along the medieval Fatimid custom. A beautiful example of Islamic architecture, this is one of the few mosques open to non-Muslims for tours. Evenings are a good time to visit, when it’s lit up with beautiful lights.


This old district, situated in Bur Dubai. If you’re looking for culture and tradition, this is the place to be, as it houses traditional structures with narrow lanes and high towers. Browse the eclectic art galleries and cultural centres, or watch life go by from one of the many cafes.

Heritage Village

This cultural haven is a platform for artisans and craftsmen to showcase their wares. Situated in the Shindagha district, this open air venue is a conclave of museums, cafes, souvenir shops and crafts. Also situated here is the home of former Sheikh Rashid Al-Maktoum.

Palms Islands: These are three of the world’s largest artificial islands, each in the shape of a palm tree. Just off the coast of Dubai, this archipelago is a tourist haven with high-end beachfront properties, both commercial and residential.

Burj Al-Arab Hotel

Shaped like a billowing sail, this 1053 foot tower of luxury is a self-proclaimed 7-star hotel. Situated on an artificial island off the Jumeirah beach, this iconic structure boasts of a 600 ft high atrium, an underwater restaurant and 202 bedroom suites. A panoramic view of the Persian Gulf from a 660 ft high restaurant is not to be missed.

Burj Khalifa

160 floors, 2717 ft high, over 10 world records. What do you get? The tallest structure in the world, the Burj Khalifa, housing 9 hotels, the world’s highest mosque, swimming pool, restaurant and nightclub. Club this with the swankiest offices, residences, and an  observation deck on the 124th floor, and you have an experience like no other.

Dubai Marina

A man-made canal flanked by glitzy hotels, extravagant shopping plazas, regal residences and a glorious city skyline is perfect to enjoy the city lights. Take a stroll along the two walkways, stop at the coffee shops or pick up some curios on your evening out.

Desert Safari & Dune Bashing

If you live for the great outdoors, this is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. Strap up and prepare yourself for a roller-coaster ride through the golden sand dunes of the Arabian Desert, in your very own SUV! A trademark adventure sport in Dubai, it makes for a great day trip, but is not for the faint-hearted. Picked up from your doorstep, a trained driver will ferry you through the scenic desert and then ride the slopes, guaranteeing you the thrill of a lifetime. Enjoy the beautiful sunset from a vantage point, and then proceed for an evening of music, belly dancing and a traditional Arabic dinner. You could also go sand-boarding and stop at a camel farm.

Wild Wadi

Spend a day with the kids- splashing about in a wave pool, riding a water roller coaster, or plummeting down a 33m high water slide. This Arabian themed water park is a perfect family spot with a variety of rides for both the adventurous and faint-hearted. The Jumeirah Sceirah and Master Blaster will have you yelling your lungs out, but are still amongst the most popular rides.

Dubai Creek Cruise

The Dubai creek was originally a trading port for vessels from India, Africa and the Middle East. Some of the old culture is preserved in the traditional houses and defense structures lining the creek. Quaint wooden Abras and private boats alike ferry tourists through Bur Dubai and Deira for a relaxed cruise. Enjoy the sparkling city lights with a romantic dinner, music and belly dancing.

Hot Air Balloon Ride

For a panoramic aerial view of the magnificent Arabian Desert, set out on an early morning hot air balloon expedition. The cool morning breeze is the perfect setting for you to enjoy an eagle-eye view of the riot of colour that is the Arabian Desert. The red sands and golden dunes reflecting the sun’s first rays, ambling camels and desert oases, all make for a most memorable flight.


Nothing like sun, sand, surf and sport. Indulge your adventurous side at Dubai’s sandy white beaches. Go scuba diving, surfing or fishing. Take an excursion to the nearby KhorFakkan to explore the beautiful coral reefs abundant with aquatic life-forms.

Camel Racing

Dubai’s traditional sport is picking up speed once again. Races are held on customized race tracks during the winter months, and culminate in the annual camel race festival at Al Wathba. Tourists can watch the race, visit the stables, browse the numerous curio stalls and buy souvenirs.

Gold Souk

At this traditional Arabian marketplace, all that glitters is definitely gold. One of the largest jewellery markets in the world, you’re sure to get your fair share of bling here. Situated in the narrow lanes of Deira, intricately hand-crafted gold is sold in the form of necklaces, earrings and self-design jewellery. The shopkeepers are open to bargain and the storefronts guarantee to dazzle, so do pay a visit whether or not you’re in the market for gold.

Perfume Souk

As the name suggests, this is a historical market of fragrances. Thousands of aromas are available here, mostly traditional Arabic scents that are strong and spicy.

Ibn Battuta Mall

This mall is made up of 6 festive areas themed around the 6 countries of China, India, Persia, Egypt, Tunisia and Andalusia. A 21-screen cinema complex with an IMAX screen sits in the centre. Also attached are a Geant supermarket and a second hand book-store.

Day 1
Arrival in Dubai

Welcome to the delightful city of Dubai – a land of surprises surrounded by mysterious deserts and sand dunes. Upon arrival, meet our representative outside the airport, who shall guide you to your coach. Enjoy a comfortable drive to your hotel. After checking-in, spend the rest of the day at leisure, followed by a comfortable overnight stay at the hotel.

Day 2
Dubai City Tour

After enjoying breakfast, set out to explore Dubai and experience both its modern and ancient aspects. You will visit the magnificent Jumeirah Mosque, World Trade Centre, some grand palaces, the fascinating Dubai Museum and many more. Later comfortable overnight stay at the hotel.

Day 3
Dubai | Dhow Cruise

After a delicious breakfast at the hotel and spend the day at leisure. You may choose to relax in the hotel or go for shopping in one of those swanky malls. In the evening, you will go on a cruise in the traditional Dhow boat, an experience of a lifetime. On the cruise, experience the “city of Lights” and have a delicious dinner. Later, return to your hotel for an overnight stay.

Day 4
Desert Safari

Enjoy Breakfast. Experience the essence of Dubai on a Desert Safari and enjoy a camel ride or Heena painting and belly dancing. Mark an end to a fun-filled day with a mouth-watering barbecue dinner and a comfortable overnight stay at the hotel.

Day 5
Day at leisure

Enjoy your day after breakfast for the shopping.

Day 6
Final departure

Good times mostly end leaving behind a trail of golden memories to cherish. After breakfast today, spend some time at leisure or enjoy some last minute shopping as per your flight schedule. Thereafter, check-out from the hotel and take a transfer to the airport to board a return flight. This marks the end of a memorable Dubai holiday!


  • 05 Nights at the hotel with breakfast.
  • Return Dubai airport transfers
  • Half day Dubai city tour
  • Yellow boats (60 Minutes)
  • Show cruise with buffet dinner
  • Desert safari with BBQ dinner
  • All tours and transfers are on SIC Basis.


  • Tips for guides, escort, drivers etc.
  • Optional shows and meals mentioned in the itinerary, which will be added up if the clients desire to take the activities.
  • Personal expenses such as excess luggage fees, postage, communications and beverages.
  • Travel insurance
  • Any other changes caused by the acts of god, natural disasters, fires, weather, governmental and local authority orders, political change , strikes, war, riot, quarantine, custom regulations, damages or injury caused by accident.
  • Any items not specified in the plan.
  • Dubai visa fee
  • Airfare

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osama El Harrak
osama El Harrak
13:55 01 Dec 19
Gabriel Max
Gabriel Max
12:57 25 Aug 19
Shishu tours were fantastic, nothing was a problem for them as they go out of their way to make sure your trip is... fantastic! From guides to porters they do a wonderful job, thanks for some amazing memories.read more
orla santiago
orla santiago
12:44 25 Aug 19
I visited Nepal in early 2015 for the Shishu Tours' Everest Base Camp trek. It was well organised, with a thorough... briefing from Sonu before we started. The guides, led by Hari, were knowledgeable, friendly and skilled. They ensured everyone in the group was save and well looked after, as well as being informative, conveying a true sense of love and awe for the environment. The accommodation in Thamel was good and out on the trek it was as good a standard as could be expected. This was my second trip to the Everest region and I if I get the opportunity to go again, I would certainly consult with Sonu and her Shishu Tours team.read more
chilou zhuu
chilou zhuu
12:42 25 Aug 19
I hiked with a group of 11 people with the goal of Everest Base Camp. When I got to Namchee Bazaar, I had a lot of... diarrhea and fatigue. I discussed with my head guide that I did not feel I had the stamina to continue to higher elevations. The head guide arranged for a porter to accompany me back to Lukla over the next 2 days. All arrangements for accommadations and flight back to Kathmandu were arranged by Shishu Tours. The rest of the group successfully went to Everest Base Camp. I am very grateful for the excellent adaptability of the head guide Hari to help my special situation. And I appreciated the help of my porter Krisha on the trip back down to Lukla. Shishu Tours did a great job with all the travel arrangements.read more
felix yeap
felix yeap
12:34 25 Aug 19
This was a magic experience and the team at Shishu tours where exactly what we needed. They looked after us, where... professional and most I felt safe in their hands. Would recommend them to anyone wishing to trek in the Everest especially if it is your first time trekking and first time in Nepal.read more
oliver rim
oliver rim
12:32 25 Aug 19
I can't recommend Shishu Tours enough. Throughout the trip, it really did feel like MY trip. Any extra/ side trips I... wanted to make, any extra days I wanted - my guides were more than happy and quick to accommodate.read more
babu kaji maharjan
babu kaji maharjan
12:26 25 Aug 19
I have just returned from what I can only describe as a once in a lifetime opportunity to trek to Everest Base Camp.... Thank you so much to Sonu who were my points of contact for the trek. When my flight got cancelled due to poor weather , Santosh did everything he could to get me to Lukla so I would not miss the trek and stayed at the airport with me until a helicopter was arranged. Sonu met me in Lukla and was a great porter and guide for the entire duration. He helped me get through my altitude anxiety and we made it to base camp on the most beautiful day ever. Santosh kept in contact with me the whole way and was very helpful advising me to drink lots of water, stay hydrated and not to sleep during the day ( all of which are very useful tips for the trek).Trusted his advice 100 percent especially since he has summited Everest. Thank you so much...Would love to do Annapurna in future perhaps !read more
Gautam sharma
Gautam sharma
12:23 25 Aug 19
It was my first time to Nepal, first time trekking, and a friend of mine recommended Shishu to me as she already went... with them before so I did EBC trekking with them. From the minute they picked me up from the airport, I knew everything is gonna be alright. Guys were so cheerful and paid a lot attention to my needs. I felt like traveling with friends, we talked a lot, shared a lot, with the great view of Himalayas and delicious meals. This has been one of my best trip and not the last. Go with them and you won't regret!read more
shrisha gurung
shrisha gurung
12:17 25 Aug 19
We went to EB trek with Shishu Tours last November, it’s kind of surreal. In the middle of nowhere and then you come... across this amphitheater of a town with coffee shops and bakeries. Most travel through it going north but it worth ha gong out for a couple of days. Go to the art shop and buy something special for yourself. So genuine and humbleread more
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