Dubai



Dubai 4 Nights

Min. No's of Nights

4 Nights.

Min. No's of Pax

2 Adult.

Hotel Category

3* (Bur Dubai)

Plan

MAP

Package Includes

4 Night Stay at 3* Hotel on Twin/Double Sharing basis In Dubai.

Daily Breakfast At Hotel.

2 Extra Pure Veg. Meal at Indian Restaurant. (1 Meal in Desert Safari + 1 in Dhow Cruise + 2 Extra = Total: 4 Dinners)

Decemebr 24th and 31st night Gala Dinner at respective hotels are compulsory and will be charged directly if not booked through us.

Half Day Dubai City Tour by Dubai Govt. Authorized Tour Guide with Transfer on SIC basis.

One Way Mono Rail At Atlantis The Palm.(Covered In City Tour)

Desert Safari With BBQ Dinner and Belly Dance. (Transfer by 4 X 4 Land Cruiser on SIC basis)

Dhow Cruise Dinner At Creek with Transfer on SIC basis.

Dubai Mall Visit, Burj Khalifa At Top View (OBD) Normal Time Entry, Musical Fountain Show With Transfer on SIC basis.

Wild Wadi Water Park at Jumeirah With Transfer on SIC basis.

Snow Park General Entry Ticket and Emirates Mall Visit with Transfer on SIC basis.

Dubai Normal Tourist Visa With Ok To Board.

DXB Airport Transfer on SIC basis.

All Hotel Taxes.(Excluding Tourism Dirham's)

Note:

The above rates are valid as per the dates.

The above rates are included with 10% municipality fees, 10% service charge and Daily Breakfast.

Rates quoted are exclusive of Tourism Dirham Fee which is required to be paid directly upon Check In at the Hotel.

The above mentioned rate is net to travel partners and non-commissionable.

Please also be informed that the above is just a quote and we are not holding any space for the same, it will be subject to availability at the time of actual booking.

Please also be informed that the above cost Does Not Include any Surcharges or any special Events or Exhibition taking place during the requested dates.

Please advice if you want to block the room as no rooms have been blocked so far.

Any amendments in the dates of travel or number of passengers will attract a re-quote.

Hotel Check-In Check-Out Policy: -

*Hotel Check-in commences at 14h00. Requests for early check-in will be based on availability.

*Hotel Check-out time at 12h00. Requests for late check-out in will be based on availability.

Name Change Policy: -

*Any name change subject to cancel and re-book based on the availability and the rate.

Package cost excludes:

Air/Train fare Portages, Laundry, Tips, Liquor, consumption of beverages from any bar in the resort. Guide & entry fee during sightseeing Boating/ horse riding etc. Any other items not specified in the Cost Includes

Age Policy:-

Adult – 11 years and above.

Child – 3 years to 10.9 years.

Infant – 2.9 years and below.

Payment Terms:-

50% Advance to confirm booking and 50% before72Hour prior to travel date. Proof of payment to be made.

Cancellation Policy:-

100% Cancellation Basis. (None Refundable)

If you are travelling during Ramadan you have to follow below rules.

Don't smoke, drink, chew gum or eat in public in the hours between sunrise and sunset. It's offensive, and flagrant flaunting of the rules could also get you a warning from the police or even result in you spending the rest of the month in jail.

Don't dance or sing in public at any time. Not that you should have many opportunities – there will be no live music gigs and only background music in bars.

Don't expect to have the kind of blow-out clubbing weekends you might be used to. Most major nightclubs will be shut, but many bars and pubs will be open after 7pm. A few may open before that time, but they will not serve alcohol until sundown.

Don't play loud music at any time in your car, on the beach or even at home. If it's audible to others it may offend.

Don't wear revealing or tight clothes in public, even when you're heading out for a night on the tiles.

Don't blaspheme or swear in public. Doing so is frowned upon at the best of times, of course, but during the whole month of Ramadan it's particularly insulting.

Do listen to your iPod if you want your music fix – so long as the music is inaudible to others you should be OK.

Do make the most of the community spirit and food to be found in the iftar tents at the city's hotels. It's a great opportunity to relax, play games and experience traditional Arabic entertainment.

Do eat at home before heading out for the night – restaurants and tents will be packed. Hope the above is clear

In case of any further clarifications please do not hesitate to contact us.

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