DUBAI CITY TOUR PACKAGES

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DUBAI CITY TOUR

Dubai City Tour Package offers a four-hour tour to visit one of the best ways to view both glittering and historic side of Dubai. The tour includes the visit of Al Fahidi Fort, Dubai Museum, also various lifestyles and ancient history of traditional Arabs, Jumeriah Mosque, phenomenal attraction of Burk Al Arab Hotel, the Palm Island, and the journey ends after visiting the Skyscrapers which is located near the Sheik Zayad road. The city tour package covers all the unique places and makes the customer feel enjoyable and comfortable.

You will be picked up from your hotel and not from the Airport. You can start your tour either my morning or evening sessions. The reporting point should be Hotel Lobby and the departure point may be at any hotels located in Sharjah Sahara Center & Dubai Centre. This tour activity has private and shared transfer option available in the booking selection. On specific days, some of the places might be closed for visits, for such scenarios the management will not provide any compensation or responsibility for the tour package.

During the tour, the guests can purchase their own meals in the best Dubai Mall. Also, chewing gum, eating, or drinking is not allowed in public, so please aware of such activities. The tickets will be issued on a single or group basis. If once the tickets were sold then it is not possible to cancel the order. You can cancel your tour reservation prior to 24 hours of tour timings then you won’t be charged for the cancellation. The refund amount will be processed to your account within 7 working days.

Children of 3 years old are considered as Infant and they can travel at free of cost. Children below 10 years old will be charged at Child rate. Children above 10 years will be charged at the Adult rate.

CONTACT WITH US

ADRESS:

Desert Planners Tourism LLC

P.O.Box:43710,Dubai,UAE


Phone number:

+971-4-3546677


E-mail:

info@deserplanners.net

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