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Orient Tours - Day Tours

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Dubai City Half-Day City Tour

Sightseeing in Dubai can be challenging, with different transport systems and often high temperatures to negotiate. Check off the sites smoothly and comfortably on this half-day tour. View must-sees, such as the Burj Al Arab and Old Dubai, cross Dubai Creek by abra boat, and scour the Spice Souk and Gold Souk, all while uncovering the city’s history. A choice of time slots and hotel transfers add extra convenience.
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4 hours 30 minutes
from $31.30
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RaShaun C wrote a review Jan 17
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This tour was a great way to see all the landmarks in old & new Dubai. Our tour guide Nimesh was very informative and provided details about the culture and history of each landmark. Our tour was private so he was able to accommodate our needs and provided his full undivided attention. We also booked tickets for the Burj Khalifa and Dubai Aquarium through this company and at the end of our half day tour, Nimesh went above and beyond to show us where to go and how to get back to our hotel since we opted to be dropped off at the Burj Khalifa instead of our hotel. If you’re for a way to see Dubai in a few hours, this is the perfect tour!
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Karien N wrote a review Jan 12
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Very good tour to see some great Dubai landmarks. Quick stops at each location, could spend some more time exploring Souq Madinat. Tour guide "Snow White" is very funny and knows her info about the city. Would recomend to couples or groups who dont want to spend to much time on a full day trip. Very enjoyable experience
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Date of experience: January 2022
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BNO-Panama wrote a review Jan 10
Quito, Ecuador39 contributions9 helpful votes
It was worth a visit due to hype. The Skip the line ticket does buy you some VIP treatment but on the day we went, the difference between an ordinary and VIP ticket seemed minimum. The upselling on pictures was constant at every level. We did get some cool shots so we say that we "where there"! If you are claustrophobic, the elevator ride up can be daunting even though it is only 95 second tops so, take deep breaths..
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Date of experience: January 2022
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Albert M wrote a review Jan 9
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Hussain and Charro did a great job. This trip was for my husband birthday and he was more than satisfied with this tour. Their patience and professionalism was well noticed. He took us everywhere and taught us so much. The driver kept the vehicle cool and treated us like royalty. Money well spent!
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Rainer R wrote a review Jan 9
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When You purchase tickets on entrance, please bare in mind to say You want ordinary ticks, otherwise… before You notice - You will be basically RIPPED paying 570 eur for 4 persons guided tour… which at least in our opinion was total nonsense. I simply approached counter, saying, I want ticks for 2 adults, 2 kids…as there was no price-list besides the guided tours offer on desk, I simply paid the price, not knowing there are MUCH cheaper options. Yes, You get inside without que, yes, You go 23 floors more up as regular tick and yes, You get some tiny pieces of sweets accompanied by small cup of tea… the view from 125 or 148 at least in night time are basically the same… and best info to sum it all up - when You want to go down on ground floor - You are NOT considered as VIP anymore… You stand in ordinary que… Views are tremendous though, worth visiting, just try to avoid “idiot tourist tax” what we had to pay…
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Date of experience: January 2022
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