Dubai, Air, Tours, 5 Nights, From $1,549
You can save more than $300 per person with this vacation package to Dubai and Abu Dhabi that includes guided city tours.
The Real Deal Vacation package to Dubai includes airfare from New York City on Aeroflot; five nights at the Royal Ascot Hotel; all transfers and ground transportation; seven meals including five breakfasts and two dinners; sightseeing and entrance fees per itinerary in an air conditioned bus; the services of an English-speaking guide; and guided city tours of Dubai and Abu Dhabi, the Burj Khalifa, and a dinner cruise; from $1,549 per person including all hotel and air taxes and fees.
When Nov. 27, 2013, Feb. 4, 11, 18, 25, Mar. 4, 2014 ($1,549); check Gate 1 Travel for more dates.
Gateways New York City ($1,549); additional gateway cities are also available.
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Book By Jun. 21, 2013.
Why It's a Deal A recent Kayak search shows the lowest round-trip airfare between New York City and Dubai starts from $844 in late November (Delta Airlines). Add to that $1,041 per person including taxes for five nights at the Royal Ascot Hotel, and you're already spending $1,885 on airfare and accommodations alone. For $336 less, this travel package gives you airfare and five nights in Dubai, plus guided city tours of Dubai and Abu Dhabi, the Burj Khalifa, a dinner cruise, most meals, all ground transportation, transfers, and covers all taxes and fees.
More Several optional tours are also available including a half-day desert safari tour for $75 per person and a half-day guided tour of Sharjah with stops at the Fort of Sharjah, the Heritage Museum, and a stroll through the Souk Al Arsah and the Souk Al Markazai, for $39 per person.
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