How many days should you spend in Dubai?

For non-architects, three to four days will be plenty of time to see everything you need to see. Be very mindful of when you choose to visit. The weather gets very hot between May and September, and uncomfortable if you aren’t used to the desert heat.

Where should you stay in Dubai?

You will have your choice of impressive hotel rooms in this city. For the more budget-conscious travelers, know that you won’t have to miss out just because you can’t afford to stay at the fancier places! Plan ahead for experiences at Dubai’s luxury hotels. Make dinner reservations at Burj Al-Arab, or stop by for an afternoon cocktail (and view of the Burj Khalifa) at The Address Downtown Dubai.

Be conscious of cultural differences

If you are heading to Dubai for the first time, you may have questions about the laws that Western tourists consider unusual. In short, be respectful. Dress conservatively and make sure your shoulders are covered. Public displays of affection are considered unlawful. Also, the consumption of alcohol in public is illegal, except in specified bars.

Trip Types and Ranges

Tours for Solo Travelers


With us, travelling solo is far from travelling alone

Travelling by yourself can sometimes be a daunting prospect. Especially in non-English-speaking countries and places with a high culture shock factor. That’s where group tours are a savior. Being part of an organised group provides security and peace of mind when travelling. And our award-winning group tours are the perfect choice if you’re travelling solo.

We handle all the travel arrangements for you with an expert tour guide on hand to provide help and advice. Joining other solo travelers, you won’t be travelling alone. And you may even make long-lasting friendships along the way. So have a read about what makes us a great choice for solos and check out some of our tours.

Festival Tours and Special Events Worldwide


Dive into culture and tradition

There is no better way to experience the rich cultural heritage of a destination than by joining in one of its vibrant local festivals. With hundreds of unique cultural events to choose from, we’ve selected some of our favorites and aligned them to popular group tour itineraries. Time your next trip to coincide with one of these events and fully immerse yourself in colorful local cultures.

If you have a specific festival in mind in one of our destinations that is not featured on our website, please do get in touch with our tailor-made team and they will endeavor to put together a trip especially for you.

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Family Adventure Holidays and Guided Tours


For budding explorers

If you’re looking for a family adventure holiday with a difference, our family and teen tours cater specifically to families travelling with young adults and children. Each itinerary has been carefully planned with the family in mind with interesting excursions and comfortable transportation and hotels chosen specifically for their family-friendly facilities.

All of our family adventure holidays and tours include a range of cultural and active experiences to tantalize young travelers – riding a camel at the Pyramids, sailing on board a felucca in Aswan, climbing the Great Wall and flying kites in China and camping out in the Sahara Desert in Morocco to name just a few.

Travel made easy

If the idea of group travel doesn’t have you reaching for your passport, our private tours allow you to get off the beaten track and travel at your own pace on a holiday that can be tailored to suit your requirements.

With well-planned itineraries in many of our destinations, our experienced English-speaking guides will show you around all of the sites of interest, while our local representatives are on hand to help with anything else you may need. Feel free to change any of our suggested tour itineraries – upgrade your hotels, add in another few days of sightseeing, or spend more time in a particular location; it’s up to you. Our expert team of holiday planners are happy to help.