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Dubai is the second largest of the seven Emirates that makes up the United Arab Emirates and ranks as the country’s leading commercial center. Dubai is the place where one can embrace a wide variety of scenery in a very small area. In one single day, the tourist can experience every thing from rugged mountains and aweinspiring sand dunes to sandy beaches and lush green parks, from dusty villages to luxurious residential districts and from ancient houses with wind-towers to ultra modern shopping malls. Dubai is a unique combination of cosmopolitan society with an international lifestyle, yet with a culture deeply rooted in the Islamic traditions of Arabia.

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There is a lot more to do in Dubai, as this is a place where one can enjoy the activities from desert to coast . The activities like desert safaris which includes dune driving, camel riding, exploring the wadis, sand skiing, desert feasts etc. Besides these there are many other activities like water sports, diving, go-karting etc.

Desert Safaris

The majesty and tranquility of the desert can be experienced in a choice of exciting half day full day and overnight safaris. These action packed trips cover varied terrain ranging from desert to mountain and take to remote and isolated villages. Mostly such safaris are arranged by the hotels and tour operators.
Highlights of a safari in Dubai may include the following:

Dune driving

Driving in sand is an adventure in itself, combining the excitement of a rollercoaster ride with a challenge of remaining mobile on the shifting surface. Courses in sand driving are available, with four-wheel-drive vehicles provided along with expert instruction.


Desert feasts

Particularly popular are safaris that culminate in spectacular desert sunset views followed by a traditional Arabian barbecue under the stars. These events are just full of fun-packed evenings complete with music, belly-dancing, the smoking of hubble-bubble pipes and often a display of falconry.


Camel Racing

On Thursday, Friday from 8am to 2pm, during the months of October-April, Camel racing is a major sport in Dubai. The Track is located on the outskirts of the city at Nad Al Sheba (behind the Metropolitan Hotel).

Water Sports in Beaches

Weather conditions in Dubai are just perfect for sailing, with a constant, predictable wind year round, little current or tide and warm weather. Windsurfers and dinghies dot the water around Dubai’s sailing clubs and marinas as visitors can really take advantage of the fine weather conditions. Facilities for water-skiing and wake-boarding are readily available in Dubai, and arrangements with professional local operators can be made through most hotels.
Location : The Dubai International Marine Club at Mina Seyahi, approximately 20 minutes drive from the city centre, hosts international and local watersports events.

Wild Wadi Water Park

Wild Wadi water park is the world’s most advanced water theme park. Situated besides The Jumeirah Beach Hotel, Wild Wadi Water Park is designed to offer hours of fun and pleasure to thrill-seekers and families alike.
Among the main attraction of Wild Wadi are :
Master Blasters, Flow Riders, Wave Pool, Lazy River, Ring Ride, Fossil Rock etc.

Dubai Golf and Racing Club

Dubai Golf and Racing Club are the Middle East's fully floodlit 18 hole championship course. The intriguing course has eight lakes, more than 110 pot bunkers and is designed in the Scottish links.
Location : Situated at Nad Al Sheba, some 10 minutes from the city centre.

Hot air balloon flight

This package includes a pre-flight safety briefing, approximately a one hour flight sparkling grape juice celebration, breakfast, full passenger insurance and a return transport to the launch site.
Booking : GB& AC (Dubai) PO Box 35121, Dubai UAE.

Shopping in Dubai:

In Dubai shopping is another major attraction for tourists. Attractive modern shopping plazas are conveniently located throughout the city, housing a wide range of shops, boutiques and supermarkets etc. Among the leading malls Deira malls, Dubai malls and Jumeirah malls are famous for their unique collections which includes everything from ultra-modern gadgets and the latest fashions to gold, carpets and antiques.


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The old Bastakiya district with its narrow lanes and tall wind towers gives a tantalising glimpse of old Dubai. In the past, the city was famous for a mass of windtowers which lined the Creek on either side. These were not merely decorative; they were the only means of cooling houses in the days before mains electricity.


Sheikh Saeed’s House

Dating from the late 1800s, Sheikh Saeed’s House was built in a commanding position near the sea so the ruler could observe shipping activity from its balconies. With its windtowers and layers of rooms built around a central courtyard, it is a fine example of regional architecture.

Jumeirah Mosque

The city has many fine mosques. One of the largest and most beautiful Jumeriah mosque - is a spectacular example of modern Islamic architecture and one of Dubai’s most photographed sights. Built of stone in medieval Fatimid tradition, the mosque dome is a city landmark.


Grand Mosque

Situated on the Bur Dubai side of the Creek near the Ruler’s court Grand Mosque was re-built in 1998 and now has, at 70 meters, the city’s tallest minaret. It has 45 small domes in addition to nine large ones boasting stained glass panels, making it a distinguished landmark.

Dubai Museum

AI Fahidi Fort, which houses the Dubai Museum, is another imposing building. It once guarded the city’s landward approaches. Built around 1799, it has served variously as palace, garrison and prison. As a museum it was renovated in 1970 and the galleries are full of colourful and evocative dioramas, complete with life-size figures and sound and light effects.

Umm AI Sheif Majlis

The summer resort of the late Ruler of Dubai has been restored and is open to the public. Built in the early 1950s in the coastal Umm Suqeim area, the majlis gardens feature a reproduction of the traditional falaj irrigation system.

Heritage and diving village

A traditional heritage village, located near the mouth of the Creek, has been created where potters and weavers display their crafts. The Diving village forms part of an ambitious plan to turn the entire Shindagha area into a cultural micrcosm, recreating life in Dubai as it was in days gone by.