Dubai, the land of gold, oil and…more gold. This glittering city in the desert has become the ultimate destination for those looking to indulge in a bit of excess and experience the ultimate in luxury. But what is there to do in this city of excess? Well, my dear friends, allow me to introduce you to the world of Dubai excursions.
First on the list, we have the famous desert safari. For just a mere $100, you can hop on a dune buggy and zoom through the desert sands, getting a taste of the nomadic lifestyle (minus the actual nomads, of course). And if you’re feeling extra adventurous, you can even try your hand at sandboarding or camel riding. But why stop there? For an additional $50, you can add on a belly dancing show and a five-star dinner under the stars. Because nothing says “desert adventure” like a buffet of imported seafood.
Next up, we have the city tour. For just $50, you can see all the sights and sounds of Dubai, from the Burj Khalifa (the world’s tallest building, for those not in the know) to the Dubai Mall (the world’s largest shopping mall, also for those not in the know). But why settle for a boring old bus tour when you can see the city in style? For an additional $100, you can take a helicopter tour and see Dubai from above. Because nothing says “city tour” like a bird’s eye view of the traffic.
And last but not least, we have the famous Dubai Creek boat tour. For just $20, you can take a traditional wooden boat ride through the creek and see the city’s historic side. You’ll see the bustling souks (markets) and the traditional architecture. But why settle for a simple boat ride when you can add a bit of luxury? For an additional $50, you can upgrade to a private yacht and sail the creek in style. Because nothing says “historical tour” like sipping champagne on a yacht.
So there you have it, folks. The ultimate in Dubai excursions. From the deserts to the skies, and everything in between, there’s something for everyone. Just remember, the key to a successful Dubai excursion is to always add a bit of luxury. Because in Dubai, excess is never enough.