based on 10 nights inc. flights
* Pricing is a guideline only and excludes special offers. Travel over peak periods (e.g. Christmas, New Year and other public holidays) can affect prices considerably, as can exchange rates, flight class and room type.
International economy flights and taxes from the UK
includes accommodation on a full board basis in the desert and bed and breakfast basis in the city hotel and at Zighy Bay, includes private transfers.
A classic luxury Arabian adventure
Showcases the variety on offer with a stay in the desert followed by city and beach
Great for couples or families
The best time to visit the UAE is between October and November and then February and March, when temperatures hang around the mid-20s and the humidity is under control. While December and January are generally considered the best months to go, the weather over the last couple of ‘winters’ has been unpredictable with occasional cloud and rain.
The month of Ramadan means hotel rates are heavily discounted, but while outside the resort, Ramadan is strictly adhered to, within the resorts you will notice very little difference.
High summer (July and August) means heavy discounted hotels it’s a great option for a cheap getaway but it will be very very hot and very very humid!
Head out on this classic luxury Arabian adventure, beginning with a stay at a luxury resort in the desert, before visiting the heights of bustling Dubai and finally kicking off your shoes on the barefoot beaches of the Musandam Peninsula in Oman.
Start your trip with a stay at a luxury desert resort and experience the panoramic views of the desert landscape - at night, the stars are like nothing you’ve seen before, under which a luxurious and romantic evening can be enjoyed. A stay in the desert can be as active or relaxing as you choose with camel safaris, horse riding, hot air balloon rides at sunrise and more on offer. Delicious Arabic cuisine can be enjoyed out here, along with traditional mint tea, a wonderful way to round off an active day in the desert.
Dubai is a stark contrast to the desert with its sumptuous luxury and is home to some of the most prestigious and record setting landmarks. Immerse yourself in the wonders of Dubai and experience the ultimate in luxury and service.
If in Dubai on a Friday, why not partake in the favourite past time of the local expat community and enjoy an ever-so-social Friday brunch. Take your time and enjoy free-flowing champagne and cocktails accompanied by a mouth-watering feast for the palate.
Experience the beauty of the desert on a camel safari followed by a falconry display and a traditional Bedouin dinner.
Riders of all abilities are welcome at this equestrian centre in the desert, situated amongst the rolling sand dunes where you can visit the horses in the stables or take them out for a unique tour through the desert.
No trip to Dubai is complete without experiencing a desert safari. Embark upon an unparalleled adventure over the golden sand dunes in a 4x4 followed by a magical evening in a traditional Bedouin camp.
Treat yourself to dinner at the iconic Burj Al Arab hotel in Dubai for an evening to remember. Choose from 9 unique restaurants and bars serving a range of cuisines from authentic Arabic to Far East Asian and modern European.
Perfect for adrenalin seekers, this excursion will allow you to experience the thrill of a wild ride in the golden sand dunes of the open desert in a powerful dune buggy.
Experience an unforgettable sunrise over the desert dunes whilst you soar over the golden sands in a hot air balloon.
Cruise around this manmade wonder which is not only an architectural feat but also home to some of the most opulent houses and hotels in the country.
Enjoy a magical seaplane flight over Dubai and take in the architectural wonders of this ultra-modern city from the sky.
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