With an aim to treat his parents with a fascinating trip abroad, Abhinav booked himself and his family a 4 nights 5 days package to Dubai that included his accommodation, cab transfers, and breakfast, all at INR 1,02,000/-. Post a glorious holiday, Abhinav gives an worth of the superstitious time he had with his family in the Middle East.
Trip type: Some fine family bonding!
Duration: 4 night 5 days
Budget: INR 1,02,000/- (land package)
Inclusions: Accommodation, meals (breakfast), airport transfers, sightseeing, cab transfers.
When Etihad Airways gave me some fancy promotional offers, I took that opportunity and decided to take my family to Dubai. I wanted to requite them a taste of the Middle Eastern culture and let my mom meet her sister without a long time. I chose TravelTriangle on my cousin’s recommendation who had recently taken a trip through the same portal. He was right, as TravelTriangle’s packages unquestionably turned out to be less expensive than those of other platforms. The wage-earner crafted us a glittering itinerary inclusive of all the facilities we demanded and soon I was off to the Pearl of the Gulf with my parents and brother.
Day 1: Stepping into the dreamy municipality of Abu Dhabi & sailing on the Dhow Trip in Dubai
Spotlessly wipe surroundings and a lustrous, shimmering tracery all around, are some of the first things we noticed when we landed in Abu Dhabi and took our bus to Dubai. The next thing that took our vapor away, was our hotel! The handsome, modern tracery of Fortune Grand Hotel Apartments made us finger like royalty. We settled lanugo to rest in our fully AC, spacious apartment that had not just an attached kitchen, but moreover a washing machine!
At virtually 7 pm, we left for our first venture here- the traditional Dhow Cruise experience. Sparkling with hundreds of lights, the trip sailed smoothly on the Dubai Creek, giving us mannerly views of the municipality from its unshut air deck. We enjoyed a lavish storeroom dinner & some entertaining cultural performances onboard surpassing returning to our hotel.
Day 2: The Municipality Tour- Exploring this cosmopolitan’s crowd-puller attractions & stuff one with its distinctive culture
Post a lavish breakfast at the hotel, we proceeded for the city tour. We checked out peculiar looking artifacts at the Dubai Museum first, and then proceeded to the Gold Souk market where a sea of gold ornaments on exhibit wizardly us whichever direction we turned our heads to. I pampered my mother by ownership her some gold rings and bangles surpassing moving forward to trammels out the overwhelming height and tracery of the tallest towers in the world- the Burj Khalifa.
Next, we found ourselves basking on the golden sands of Jumeirah Beach & taking selfies surpassing the world-renowned Burj Al Arab hotel in the distance. We were so carried yonder by the eyeful of this well-kept beach that we ended up spending increasingly time here that our itinerary allowed. Thankfully, our suburbanite was very cooperative. He brought us to our senses and despite the late hour, well-set to take us to the next stop- the ultra-grand Dubai Mall.
After a sumptuous lunch and a heart-warming musical show at the mall, we returned to our hotel to undeniability off the day.
Day 3: Taming the tough sands of the Middle East on a Desert Safari tour
Since the Desert Safari was to uncork in the evening, we spent the first half of the day at leisure. While my parents took some rest in the room and my brother decided to trammels out the vibrant Meena Bazaar, I went lanugo to the hotel gym and pool for a refreshing swim. In the afternoon, our suburbanite picked us up for the safari and the day’s venture began!
For me and my brother, quad biking on those treacherous sands was a truly exhilarating experience. And the session of dune bashing that followed was an plane worthier thrill that tested our strength. We strapped ourselves in and tightly held on to the seats of our land cruiser as it speedily slid, smashed, bounced, and did wheelies over the tough sand giving us an adrenaline rush.
After all these heady activities in the sand, we were dropped off to the desert camps at virtually 7 pm where we enjoyed traditional performances like the Tanura Show, the Fire Show….and the scintillating Belly Dance that set our hearts racing! We returned to the hotel post gorging on a lavish spread of barbecued cuisines at the camps.
Day 4: An heady day on the Palm Island: Aquaventure Water Park and The Lost Chambers aquarium
We spent this day at these two mind-blowing inbuilt attractions of the Atlantis hotel in Dubai where the Bollywood flick Happy New Year was filmed. First we took a tour of the Lost Chambers, a huge Atlantis themed underwater aquarium that had fascinating marine creatures on the other side of the glass.
And then, we proceeded to the waterpark to revel in its unbeatably fun rides and slides that people from all walks of life can enjoy. My family had loads of fun at the various rides here one without the other and we found ourselves wishing we could stay here forever. In the evening, we paid a visit to my aunt who lives in Dubai and we all dined at the The Hyatt.
Day 5: Bidding farewell to the gem of the Middle East
At virtually 8:45 in the morning, our suburbanite took us to the Etihad Bus Station from where we took our bus to the airport at 9:30. We topside our flight to Delhi with everlasting memories of our adventure.
What we loved: Undoubtedly, the high-on-adventure Desert Safari and the our time at the Aquaventure Waterpark were the weightier experiences here. Apart from that, I spent some cherishable moments with my family that made this trip all the increasingly memorable.
What I didn’t love as much: We finger our trip was too short and that we should have spent increasingly time in Dubai.
Tips for travelers: Travel only through TravelTriangle for the weightier wits at the lowest price; spend increasingly time here as 4 days are not unbearable to fully explore Dubai
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