Combo Pack- Dubai City + Desert Safari + Exotic Widlife
Dubai - United Arab Emirates
4 Nights 5 Days
Plan a romantic trip to Dubai with expert help from South India’s best tour planners. Our tour planners are committed to making your honeymoon memorable with plenty of activities that add an extra dose of romance. At GT Holidays, we offer the best deals on a wide range of Dubai honeymoon packages. You can also customize a vacation plan to suit your travel requirements.
There are many factors that make Dubai the tenth best travel destination in the world. Dubai is a magical land where anything humans ever fantasize about comes true. It’s the city of riches, extravaganza, and architectural marvel. Everything in Dubai is mega-sized, from the world’s highest tower to the world’s largest shopping mall and ski hub and the most significant water fountain ever. In a sentence – Dubai Is What Future Would Look Like.
And yet, the city retains its old-world charm through its traditional souks, dhow boat rides, and quaint eateries offering authentic Emirati cuisine. For a complete vacation experience that includes modern architecture and Middle Eastern heritage, choose the best Dubai honeymoon packages from GT Holidays.
Flying is the best way to get to Dubai if you are traveling from India. You could fly directly to Dubai or Sharjah, which is extremely close to the city. The Dubai International Airport is one of the busiest in the Middle East, with several flights every day to and from major Indian cities, including Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Bangalore, Thiruvananthapuram, and Hyderabad.
You could travel within the city by metro or hire a taxi when in Dubai. Buses run every 15 minutes and are connected to major tourist attractions. If you’re in Palm Jumeriah, consider using the monorail, which is privately owned and connects you from Dubai Marina to Palm Jumeriah.
Dubai is worth visiting all through the year, but certain times of the year are busier and perfect for a romantic vacation. The city experiences winter from November to April when the weather is mild, with temperatures ranging from 17-degrees to 30-degrees Celsius. Thanks to the Dubai Shopping Festival, January and February are busy months that attract millions of tourists worldwide. June to August is off-season and the best time for an affordable yet romantic Dubai honeymoon tour package. The city experiences extreme summer during these months, with temperatures ranging from 33-degree to 42-degree Celsius. But it is also the best time to indulge in retail therapy, thanks to Dubai Summer Surprises, a shopping extravaganza organized by DFRE. April to May and September to October are transition months when the weather inches slowly from winter to summer or vice versa, depending on the time of the year. If you are a foodie looking to experience the best cuisine from across the world, consider booking a Dubai trip package for couples during April- May to experience the Dubai Food Festival.
And if you’d love to experience some of the world’s best music, drama, and dance, visit Dubai in September to experience the Dubai International Dance Festival. October is camel racing time when people from across the Middle East come to Dubai to compete.
Dubai is one of the most unique cities in the world. It was practically built from nothing in just a few decades. Today, it is home to some of the best record-worthy architectural marvels. At GT Holidays, we have included all the beautiful experiences the city has to offer through our well-curated Dubai honeymoon packages:
Get ready for some adrenaline rush with an overnight safari in the Arabian Desert. Grab a front-row seat to all the action as you go dune bashing on a 4×4, or try sandboarding down the silky sand dunes. You could capture the desert sunset at its best or catch the sun rising from the dunes. A camel safari is an equally fun experience. Fancy quad biking in the Arabian Desert? How about taking a hot air balloon for a perfect 360-degree view of the desert? Enjoy a romantic dinner in an authentic Bedouin camp wearing an abaya or kandura. You could also take an Insta-worthy snap posing with a falcon or fancy a night enjoying belly dancing and a fire show.
Join us as we help you understand Dubai’s cosmopolitan life while taking you across some of the city’s famous landmarks, including the Burj Al Arab, Jumeriah Mosque, Burj Khalifa, Global Village, The Dubai Miracle Garden, The Dubai Aquarium, and Underwater Zoo, and Ski Dubai. Our Dubai honeymoon packages include a separate day for shopping at the Dubai Mall and some of the best souks.
Even with its modern architecture and lifestyle, Dubai hasn’t forgotten its cultural heritage. O experience this, you must visit Al Bastakiya, the oldest quarters in Dubai. Understand the city’s history and culture explained evocatively at the Al Shindagha Museum. To complete the experience, remember shopping at one of the many souks in Deira. You can buy anything – from gold and perfumes to textiles, spices, herbs, and some of Dubai’s famous dates.
Some of the best places to visit in Abu Dhabi include the Sheik Zayed Mosque, Emirates Palace, Louvre Museum, Emirates Zoo Park, Warner Bros World, Al Ain Palace Museum, Yas Marina Circuit, and the Al Jahili Fort. The capital city of the UAE is a paradise of luxury and is home to some of the world’s most luxurious shopping malls, amusement parks, gardens, and parks.
You will be awestruck by the sheer audacity and imagination that went into conceptualizing Ferrari World. It is the world’s largest and the only Ferrari branded theme park with the world’s fastest roller coaster, the highest non-inverted loop, and other 37 record-breaking rides & attractions.
The world’s tallest building is equally magnificent – it is believed that when laid horizontally, the tower could cover a quarter of the world. In fact, during low tides, you can see the shores of Iran from the top. There are plenty of other attractions in Dubai, yet, the Burj Khalifa is a firm tourist favourite.
Think again if you believe London and New York are the epitome of cultural diversity! With expats making up 85% of the city’s population, the cultural interaction in Dubai is unbelievable. And since a majority of them are first-generation immigrants, they’re all happy to showcase their respective cultural and culinary traditions. As a result, you’ll find some of the world’s most varied restaurants in Dubai, specializing in a whole range of cuisines – from Arab, Persian, Indian, Filipino, French, Japanese, Korean, Chinese, British, American, to even Mexican. Some of the most popular food you must try in Dubai include:
This scrumptious dish may have its origins in the Indian subcontinent, but with access to the world’s best spices, the most remarkable varieties of Basmati rice, and chefs from across the world, you can be sure of sampling the best biryani in the world. Varieties include Sri Lankan biryani, Pakistani biryani, Afghani biryani, Bangladeshi biryani, Mughlai biryani, South Indian biryani, Hyderabadi biryani, and more.
For centuries, the Middle East has been a meeting point for traders who influenced Emirati cuisine. The kabsa is the best example of such an influence – this delicately flavored rice dish slightly resembles a biryani but is miles away in terms of flavor and taste. The spices that make a kabsa special include cardamom, saffron, cinnamon, dry lime, bay leaves, and nutmeg, while the rice is always basmati. Meat could range from camel and lamb to chicken or even fish.
This classical Middle Eastern street food is popular street food, despite not being a traditional dish in Dubai. Thin slices of beef, lamb, or chicken are stacked in a conical shape and slow-roasted on a revolving pit for several hours. The meat is then shaved off to be used as a filling for a wrap made using pita bread or lavash. Some veggies that go along with the beef include lettuce, pickled cucumber and beet, onion, tomatoes, and parsley, while condiments include garlic yogurt, hummus, or tahini. Fries or falafel are a great accompaniment to good shawarma.
Gold and diamond are comparatively inexpensive in Dubai – if you plan on buying some for your loved one, consider shopping at the Deira Souk. It is one of the world’s largest gold markets and the perfect place to buy 18karat and 22karat gold pieces. These souks are also the best place to buy Oudh, an expensive perfume that has an intoxicating and musky scent.
Besides gold, you can buy pashmina shawls, Persian rugs, Arabic attars, spices, lanterns, lamps, local sandals, and traditional Arab shoes. Electronic items are cheap as well in Dubai. If you plan on making shopping a primary activity, remember to discuss it with us while looking for Dubai honeymoon packages.
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