The Best of Dubai City Private Tour
Escape the crowds and enjoy your own private Dubai tour. On this excursion, you'll travel around this fascinating region to see sights both historic and modern. Book this urban journey and experience Dubai like never before.
At the port, you'll meet up with your tour guide and start your private adventure at Dubai Creek, the lifeblood of Dubai. Then you'll drive through one of the oldest districts of the city, popular for its cooling towers and narrow winding lanes, the Al Bastakiyah, the first free zone in the world. You'll continue your journey to an old architectural masterpiece: the Al Fahidi Fort, which houses the Dubai Museum, the Ruler's Court, and the Old Mosque. Aside from seeing historic buildings, you'll also check out some historic transportation. Get ready to ride the Abra water taxi!
Board the Abra water taxi, Dubai's oldest mode of transportation. On the Abra, you'll make your way to one of the area's shopping districts, where you'll find the Spice Souk and the Gold Souk, the largest gold bazaar on Earth.
After your shopping spree, you'll pass by the most beautiful and beloved mosque in Dubai: the Jumeirah Mosque. But have your camera charged and ready for a photo stop by the beach side of the impressive Burj Al Arab hotel on the water. While you're out by the water you'll see Palm Island, a man-made island which looks like a palm tree. Stare in awe of the city view on the island as you make your way to Atlantis the Palm, the famous and luxurious hotel resort.
Take in the gigantic skyscrapers as you zip down Sheik Zayed Road. Top off the tour with a photo stop by the the Burj Khalifa, the tallest and most impressive building on earth. Travel around Dubai in style and comfort on this comprehensive private tour. Don't settle for anything less.
The United Arab Emirates has conservative dress traditions during the Ramadan month. If you are traveling during Ramadan month, swimwear must be confined to the beach and hotel pools. Men and women should ensure shoulders and knees are covered when in public, especially in souks, shops, malls, and villages.