Introduction Although three days is not a long enough period for anyone to completely experience the charm and unique character of a new place or location, Dubai stands out from other places around the world in its mysterious ability to leave an everlasting impression on its visitors at first sight: A beyond-your-wildest-dreams utopia where fairytale heritage and gargantuan skyscrapers are emulsified in a melting pot of culture that is seasoned by globalization, Dubai is more than just a city; Dubai is an once-in-a-lifetime experience. The following three-day itinerary will attempt to give you a slight taste from this melting pot.
3 Day 1
Since Dubai is known for its Bedouin heritage, spending a whole fun-filled day at the desert is the best way to experience the traditional side of the city.. The adventure begins from the moment you leave your hotel and the city behind in four-wheel drive car, and ends with a belly dancing performance and a tranquil session of stargazing at the clear night sky. Expect a number of exciting experiences such as camel-riding, mini sand-boarding and henna hand painting, and some of the most exhilarating dune drive you will ever see. The adventure also includes a dinner buffet, in addition to unlimited refreshments throughout the adventure. There is no dress code for the safari, but it is recommended that you wear something comfortable and breathable, and slippers/flip-flops, unless you enjoy the feeling of sand in your shoes.
Departure from hotel
Dinner/Belly dancing show/ Star gazing
AED 400 per person all inclusive
After a tiring first day at the desert safari, the best way to unwind is by going on a shopping spree at one of the worldâ€™s largest shopping malls, the Dubai Mall. Most shops open at 10 am, so reaching there at 9 am would give you enough time to enjoy a cup of coffee at any of the restaurants and coffee shops located around the mall. The Dubai aquarium located within the mall is a great attraction at which you can spend a couple of hours observing the hundreds of various fish they have on display. Additionally, the mall also contains a number of theme parks, such as Kidzania and Sega Republic, where both adults and children can enjoy a number of adrenalinepumping rides. Finally, you can visit the observation deck of the tallest in the world, the Burj Khalifa. The observation deck is located at the 124th floor and provides a 360-degree view of the city. You can end your day with a unique dining experience at any of the restaurants surrounding the Dubai fountain, which will give you the opportunity to watch the beautiful water show from the comfort of your seat. Wear something comfortable, as you will probably spend the majority of the day walking.
Breakfast/Coffee Per choice/budget
Dubai Aquarium AED 70 for adults, 55 for children
Amusement parks ~ AED 200 per person
Lunch Per choice/budget
Shopping Per budget
Burj Khalifa observation deck AED 125 to AED 500 per person Dinner by the fountain
13 Day 3 Dubai is known for its beautiful beaches and thrilling waterparks, and there is no better place to experience both than at Atlantis. Start your day with a healthy breakfast at one of the many restaurants available at the resort, such as Gordon Ramseyâ€™s Bread Street Kitchen. After that, you can visit Aquaventure waterpark and go on as many rides and slides as your heart pleases, or simply relax on over half a kilometer of breath-taking private beach. After lunch at any of the aforementioned restaurants, you can take a relaxing yacht or boat cruise around the palm-shaped island, or even swim with the dolphins and cuddle sea lions. Finally, you can end your day with a message at ShuiQu spa, followed by a soothing outdoor Italian dining experience at Ronda Locatelli, or go all out and experience the most romantic dinner under the Dubai stars at the Royal Beach.
Per choice/ budget
Aquaventure Waterpark AED 195-320 for adults AED 170-275 for children Lunch Per choice/budget
Boat/Yacht Cruise From AED 400 OR
Dolphin Adventure AED 595 per person
ShuiQu spa session AED 550 per person
Dinner Per choice/budget
Published on Mar 7, 2018