Dubai Fully Loaded (5N / 6D)


  • Accommodation in 03 Star hotel for 05 Nights on twin or triple sharing basis 
  • 05 Breakfasts at the hotel & 03 Dinners at Indian Restaurant 
  • Marina Cruise with Buffet Dinner 
  • Limousine Ride (Min. 8 pax)
  • Dubai City Tour 
  • with photo stop @ Burj Al Arab Hotel 
  • One way Monorail Ride to the Atlantis 
  • The Palm 
  • Desert Safari with Belly Dance with BBQ Dinner 
  • Dubai Aquarium with Underwater Zoo 
  • Burj Khalifa Observation deck. (Up to 124th Floor during Non-Peak Hour) 
  • Miracle Garden and Global Village (Butterfly Garden will be provided from April to September)  
  • Dubai Frame 
  • Abu Dhabi City Tour with Ferrari World OR Warner Bros World 
  • Return airport transfers  
  • Tourism Dirham Fees
  • VAT @ 5% (Dubai Tax) 
  • GST @ 5% (Indian Tax) 
  • Service of local speaking tour guide in city tour only
Surcharge Dates:
1. 27 Oct to 2 Nov (Diwali)
2. 24 Dec to 27 Dec (Christmas)
3. 29 Dec to 02 Jan (New Year)
4. 27 Jan to 02 Feb (Arab Health Festival)
5. 16 Feb to 22 Feb (Gulf Food Festival)

Surcharge Rates:
3 star: 15 USD per person per night
4 star: 20 USD per person per night

Extra Meal:
Adult: USD 9 per person per meal


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Mumbai – Dubai( DAY 1)
Arrive Dubai after clearing your customs & immigration formalities, and transfer to your hotel (Official hotel check in time is 14.00 hours, earlier rooms are subject to availability). Evening we board the Marina Cruise with Buffet Dinner. Overnight stay is at hotel. (Meals: Dinner in Cruise)
Dubai( DAY 2)
After breakfast, proceed for Panoramic Oriented City tour. The tour takes you on a contrast of the old and the new, a fascinating historical excursion. Our route takes you to some of Dubai’s beautiful landmarks, starting with the 150 year Old Al Fahidi Fort, now converted to Dubai Museum and Meena bazar, which holds a record of the past as an important trading Centre. We drive from here on to the other side of Dubai, called Deira Dubai and Spice Souk (Market). Finally get dazzled by glitters of the famous Gold Souk as we pass through passing modern palaces sprawled along the coast. See one of the modern architectural wonders, the Burj Al Arab (photo stop from Jumeriah Beach), pass the camel and horse racing track. Driving through the commercial area of Dubai, we pass the World Trade Centre. After reaching the Dubai Creek we are passing by bastakia where we can see the old wind – towered houses built by wealthy merchants. There after we proceed for one way Monorail Ride to Atlantis – The Palm. Afternoon we move to have once in a lifetime experience @ Desert Safari – across the desert of Dubai with several photo stops during an exciting dune bashing drive. The drive continues across the desert. We stop to watch the beautiful sunset before reaching our campsite where you can do optional activities like camel ride, sand boarding and try out a henna design on hand or feet. After working up an appetite enjoy a delicious dinner and shisha. While returning back, watch our Belly Dancer perform around the campfire. Overnight stay is at hotel. (Meals: Dinner in Safari)
Dubai( DAY 3)
After breakfast, we process to visit the Dubai Mall for Dubai Aquarium with Underwater Zoo. Here you can see 10 million liter tank which contains more than 33,000 aquatic animals and largest collection of sand tiger sharks anywhere. The aquarium is home to 140 species of sea life and offers many incredible ways to experience the underwater world. Stroll through a 48-metre tunnel, with the aquarium enveloping you from overhead and around. It’s a complete fish-eye view, with sand tiger sharks and stingrays swimming overhead. Later on some free time to explore Dubai Mall. Then after we proceed to breathtaking bird eye view of the whole Dubai from Burj Khalifa – the tallest building in the world. The Burj Khalifa skyscraper is a world class destination and the magnificent centerpiece of Downtown Dubai, Dubai’s new urban masterpiece. We proceed to Observation Deck – located on level 124 of the world’s tallest tower during non-peak hours. This observatory is destined to be the highlight of any visit to the Middle East. After this we take you to Dubai Musical Fountain Show. While returning we will take stop to Indian restaurant for Dinner. There after we return back to Hotel. Overnight stay is at hotel. (Meals: Dinner at Indian Restaurant)
Abu Dhabi – Ferrari / Warner Bros World – Dubai( DAY 4)
After breakfast, we drive towards Abu Dhabi – one of the biggest of the 7 Emirates and Capital of United Arab Emirates (UAE). We proceed for Ferrari Park (Bronze Pass) (park check out time is 16:00 hrs). It is located at YAS Island in Abu Dhabi. Enjoy various rides and shows in the first Car Based Theme Park. We then proceed for the orientation tour visit of Sheikh Zayed Mosque. This architectural work of art is one of the world’s largest mosques, with a capacity for an astonishing 41,000 worshippers. It features 82 domes, over a 1,000 columns, 24 carat gold glided chandeliers – 10 meters in diameter, 15 meter in height and weighing twelve tons. Thereafter we go through Emirates Palace Hotel. Proceed to Indian restaurant for Dinner. Overnight stay is at hotel. (Meals: Dinner at Indian Restaurant)
Dubai( DAY 5)
After breakfast, we proceed in a Limousine for Dubai Frame. The Dubai Frame is an architectural landmark in Zabeel Park, Dubai. It has been described as "the biggest picture frame on the planet”. Enjoy beautiful & breathtaking views from the top floor. Later in afternoon, we move to Miracle Garden. The garden is spread over 72,000 square meters making it the world's largest natural flower garden featuring over 109 million flowers planted. Then we will proceed to, which is located on Sheikh Zayed Road. Global Village is claimed to be the world's largest tourism, leisure and entertainment project. It is the region's first cultural, entertainment, family and shopping destination. Every year, it has over 5 million visitors over an area of 17,200,000 sq ft. Proceed for Dinner in Indian Restaurant. Overnight stay is at hotel. (Meals: Dinner at Indian Restaurant)
Dubai - Mumbai( DAY 6)
After breakfast, time free for some last minute shopping (on your own). Later transfer to airport to board flight for Mumbai. Tour Ends on arrival with sweet and happy memories with Gem Tours. (Meals: Breakfast in hotel)

Group Tours


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passport & visa information

  • Passport validity for at least six months after return travel date
  • 45 x 45 mm white background photograph, with 80 % focus on the face.

FAQ's and other information

1.     What is the best time to visit Dubai? The best time to visit Dubai is from November to March. During the winter months, the city sees blue skies and primo beach weather. 
2.     What are the major languages spoken in Dubai? The major languages spoken in Dubai are Arabic and English. 
3.     What currencies and cards are accepted in Dubai? The currency used in Dubai is AED i.e. Arab Emirate Dirham. There are a number of ATMs throughout the city for the convenience of travellers. All major international debit and credit cards are accepted in most of the shopping malls, hotels and restaurants.   
4.     What is the voltage across Dubai? The voltage is 220 volts and most North American appliances will require transformers, while small electronics will just require adaptors. It is therefore recommended, if you are going into accommodations that require appliances, that you buy large appliances in UAE, and not ship them from home. 
5.     What kind of clothes do I wear? Dubai is easy going compared to other Muslim countries. It is advisable to cover yourself and respect their culture. 
6.     What are the must try delicacies in Dubai? Some must try delicacies in Dubai are Hummus – a famous dip made from chickpeas, olive oil, lemon juice, tahini paste, salt and garlic. It is served with other dishes like Shawarma and pita bread. It is also a perfect appetizer. It is very unique in taste. Carrot cake - They are loaded with carrot shaving and walnuts, and bowing beneath a solid slathering of cream cheese frosting. Falafel - Falafel is fried fritter made up of a mix of mashed chickpeas combined with assorted spices, deep fried till crisp and served in bread pockets. Maamoul - Is an Arabian pastry, stuffed with a choice of dates, walnuts, almonds and pistachios, then moulded in shape and baked with sugary coating. 
7.     Is tipping mandatory in Dubai? Tipping is not mandatory in Dubai, it is always expected. 10-20 Dirhams is the ideal tipping amount to porters, waiters or bellboys. 10% of the total bill amount should be given as tip in restaurants and cafes. 
8.     Are there any drinking restrictions in Dubai? The minimum legal age for drinking in Dubai is 21 years. Having an valid, original age proof while entering a bar in Dubai is mandatory.  Having/consuming/buying alcohol without a valid licence is considered to be a punishable offence.  Consuming alcohol in public places is strictly prohibited and is a punishable offence.  
9.     Which items I cannot carry to Dubai? The list of items you cannot carry to Dubai are: Any kind of narcotic drugs. Cooked and homemade food Trees, plants, soils. PETS. Any printed material that contradicts Islam. 
10.     Is travel insurance a must? Travel insurance is must for all medical emergencies. 
11.     What activities can I enjoy in Dubai? Some activities you can enjoy in Dubai are desert safari, hummer desert safari, dune bashing, deep blue sea diving, skydiving and fly boarding . You can also enjoy a limo ride.  
1.     Dress conservatively in public areas like malls and beaches. 
2.     Do be aware of opening and closing times. The weekend in Dubai is Friday and Saturday. 
3.     Do be careful while crossing roads. 
4.     Do be respectful of people.
1.     Don’t point with your finger or use disrespectful gestures. 
2.     Avoid public display of affection. 
3.     Don’t take photos of locals or government buildings without their permission. 
4.     Don’t drink and drive. 
5.     Using bad or foul language, making obscene gestures and showing disrespect to Dubai or its religion or its leaders are all to be avoided. Doing any of these could land you in jail. 

Sockets & plugs

United Arab Emirates uses 230V, 50Hz with socket and plug Type G.

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