both the modern and the ancient of Dubai. Our route takes us first
to the magnificent Jumeirah mosque, continuing towards the World
Trade Center - one of the highest buildings in the Middle East.
On the way we pass some of the palaces belonging to the Ruling family
of Dubai. After a short break by the Creek, we arrive to the oldest
part of the city, Bastakia where old wind-towered houses of wealthy
merchants are still to be seen. Close by we visit the fascinating
Dubai Museum in the Al Fahidi Fort, which has been there almost
for two centuries defending the settlers of early days. We continue
our tour through material market taking a closer look at the wind-towers
on our way to Abras, local water taxis, which will take us across
the Creek to the area of spice and gold souks. As the final destination
of this four hour tour we will walk through the bustling alleys
of these souks being amazed by mystical aromas of numerous spices
and the breath-taking amount of dazzling jewelry varying from traditional
to the latest designs at amazingly affordable prices displayed by
almost 200 shops.
- Chauffeur driven car for half or full day.
- DTCM approved licensed Tour Guide speaking preferred language.
- Fuel and parking chargess
- Entrance to Museum etc.
- Salik (Toll Charges)