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Ultimate UAE Tour 5 Days

  • 05 Days
  • Max Guests : 20
  • Wifi Available
  • TBD

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The United Arab Emirates is a modern and dynamic country immersed in culture and history, a fascinating place where traditionalism meets modernism and technology is integrated with traditional values. The UAE is also one of the richest countries in the entire Middle East, and this makes it a unique place to enjoy a luxury vacation.

The United Arab Emirates is known as “Pearl of the East.” It is not surprising that one of the reasons so many people visit the country is because of its natural beauty. Admire the modern and beautiful Arabic architecture, learn about the emirate’s history and culture, ride camels in a desert, swim with dolphins, spend a day at a water park, go on a hot air balloon adventure, and much more.

There’s no shortage of reasons why you should visit the United Arab Emirates. This small country located in the Persian Gulf is home to the tallest building in the world, some of the most luxurious hotels ever seen and a mixture of tradition and novelty that can rarely be found in other countries.

The best reasons to visit the UAE can be found in each of its Emirates, all of which offer their own unique experiences.

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Price Includes:

  • Transportation by private car or minivan (By number of guests).
  • English or Portuguese Speaking licensed Guide.Hotel in Nouakchott, Chinguetti and Oudane. Camping in traditional tents remaining nights
  • Entrance fees to all sites mentioned in the program.
  • 02 dinners included (desert and Dhow cruise)
  • Duration of tours:
  • Dubai City tour - 8 hours
  • Abu Dubai - 10 hours
  • Fujairah and Coast East - 10 hours
  • Sharjah - 05 hours
  • Desert Safari - 06 hours including dinner

Price Excludes:

  • Airline tickets to Dubai – approximate fares to be expected
  • o LIS-DXB-LIS – Apr24 - €800 per person *
  • o LIS-DXB-LIS – Jun24 - €750 per person *
  • o LIS-DXB-LIS – Sep24 - €685 per person *
  • Transfers from/to Airport/hotel.
  • Drinks, Lunch, Dinner, except when mentioned.
  • Personal expenses.
  • Tips or gratuities
  • Travel Insurance
  • ** pricing advised is an estimate value based on survey performed in Feb2

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Or email us at: travel@hodophileexperience.com


Hodophile Experience cannot be held responsible for any travel disturbances, occurred due to very rare but
possible flights delays. All participants need to carry travel and medical insurance on all our trips to protect themselves against any extra costs.


Day 1 – Dubai City Tour

Breakfast at the hotel.
Pick up at 0900 for an exciting, full day!

Dubai is the most populous city in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and the capital of the Emirate of Dubai, the most populated of the country’s seven emirates.

Established in the 18th century as a small fishing village, Dubai grew into a regional trading hub in the early 20th century and grew rapidly in the late 20th and early 21st centuries with a focus on tourism and luxury

Private city tour with guide, including the following attractions:
– Ticket for the Dubai Marina walk, one of the more modern neighbourhoods of Dubai.
– A visit to The Palm Jumeirah – The largest artificial island of the World, in the form of a palm tree, including priority entry to the new observatory “The View at The Palm – Next Level”.
– Souk Madinat Jumeirah – considered the Venice of Dubai. Best opportunity to photograph the famous “7 Stars” hotel, Hotel Burj Al Arab.
– Visit to Dubai Mall with entry included to At the Top Burj Khalifa, Floors 124 and 125 – non-prime time, Prime time at additional cost.
– Visit of the oldest neighbourhood of the city of Dubai – Bastakiya / Al Fahidi.
– Cross the Dubai Creek on the traditional Abra boat.
– Visit to the Souks (traditional gold and spice markets), with free time for shopping.

Free evening
Overnight at the hotel

Day 2 – Abu Dubai City Tour

Breakfast at the hotel.
Pick up at 0830

Depart in direction of Abu Dhabi for another private city tour.
Abu Dhabi is the capital of the United Arab Emirates. It is also the capital of the Emirate of Abu Dhabi and is the UAE’s second-most populous city after Dubai, located is on the southeastern side of the Arabian Peninsula.

The following attractions are included: –
– Guided tour of the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque – the largest mosque in the United Arab Emirates, also one of the largest in the world and the most luxurious to date.
– Entrance included to the Palace Presidential Qasr Al Watan – the offices of the President, Vice-President and Heir to the throne of the UAE.
– A cultural visit to the traditional area of Abu Dhabi, The Heritage Village.
– A panoramic visit of the capital of Country, passing through the Corniche of Abu Dhabi, where the entire city dazzling skyline is viewed.
– Entrance to the famous Market of Dates in Abu Dhabi
– Stop for photographs at the Ferrari Park and visit of the Hotel W, which it is located on the Formula 1 circuit.

Return to Dubai.

Free evening
Overnight at the hotel

Day 3 – Desert Safari

Breakfast at the hotel.

Morning: Free for leisure.

In the afternoon, you will be taken to the desert, for a private premium Desert Safari.
It will be an evening of fun and entertainment, with the following included: –

– Transfers
– Experience the dunes on one 4X4 vehicle for about 30 minutes
– Watch the sunset with amazing photographic opportunities.
– Camel ride
– Watch the ladies do the Henna tattoos and get your own!
– Enjoy the traditional Barbecue dinner, (there is a vegetarian option)
– Relax and try the Shisha
– Entertainment show – The Tanoura dance, fire spectacle and Belly dancing.
– Water, Soft drinks, Coffee and Tea are unlimited.

Return to the hotel

Day 4 – Fujairah & the East Coast Tour

Breakfast at the hotel.
Early departure towards the East Coast.

Fujairah is the only Emirati capital city on the UAE’s east coast, an industrial and commercial hub located on the west coast of the Indian Ocean that sits at the foothills of the Hajar Mountains.

Included on this tour:
– Visit to the famous Friday Market
– Stop at magnificent fall in water “Khorfakhan Waterfall”
– Visit the oldest mosque the UAE, Bidyia Mosque.
– Photograph stop at the Fujairah Fort with entrance to the museum included.
– Quick Stop at Sheikh Zayed Mosque

Return to the Hotel in Dubai

Day 5 – Sharjah City Tour

Breakfast at the hotel.

We visit another emirate this morning: Sharjah.
Sharjah is the capital of the eponymous emirate. The emirate shares legal, political, military and economic functions with the other emirates of the UAE within a federal framework, although each emirate has jurisdiction over some functions such as civil law enforcement and provision and upkeep of local facilities. Sharjah has been ruled by the Al Qasimi dynasty since the 18th century.

– Stop for Photograph at Cultural Square / Quran Roundabout
– Prohibited included at the Sharjah Museum of Islamic Civilization
– Prohibited included at the Sharjah Heritage Museum
– Visit The Blue Souq / Central Souq
– Stop for Photograph in of more emblematic mosques in Sharjah, King Faisal Mosque
– Stop for Photograph at Corniche in Sharjah

End of the day, late afternoon, you will be taken to the Marina for a Dhow cruise.
The panoramic Marina Dhow Cruise, on a traditional boat, includes an International Buffet Dinner, with water and soft drinks.
You will be amazed at the Dubai Marina skyline, the Ain Dubai (largest Ferris wheel in the world), as well as the Palm Jumeirah and Atlantis the Palm.

Return to the Hotel.


This tour has been prepared on the basis that the guests are already in the UAE or arrive / depart on flights that can allow for this package.
It can be included during your stay in Dubai and some tours can be excluded on request.
Hotel Accommodation is not included.


Solo Traveller – EUR1915
02 people EUR1375 Per person
04 people EUR865 Per person
30% payment required on booking
Remaining payment 2 weeks before departure.

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Nº Days

Hodie Price solo

Hodie 2 pax – per pax

Hodie 4 pax – per pax

Ultimate UAE Tour – 04 emirates

5 days

€  1,915.00

 €  1,375.00

 €     865.00






Dubai City tour

8 hours

€     615.00

 €     330.00

 €     230.00

Abu Dubai Tour

10 hours

€     535.00

 €     295.00

 €     175.00

Fujairah and Coast East Tour

10 hours

€     520.00

 €     285.00

 €     165.00


05 hours

€     390.00

 €     215.00

 €     135.00

Dhow Cruise including dinner

02 hours

€     150.00

 €     100.00

 €        95.00

Desert Safari

06/07 hours

€     330.00

 €     170.00

 €        95.00







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Dubai is one of the most popular travel destinations in the Middle East, known for its contrasting mix of cutting-edge architecture and time-honoured traditions. The best — and most popular — time to visit Dubai is from November to March when temperatures are pleasant and outdoor activities, like visiting bustling souks and cafes, abound.

August is the hottest month in Dubai with an average temperature of 36°C (96°F) and the coldest is January at 19°C (66°F) with the most daily sunshine hours at 12 in June. The wettest month is February with an average of 40mm of rain.

The shoulder season is a much-overlooked time to visit Dubai, offering milder temperatures and less-crowded streets.

High Season: November to March
Shoulder Seasons: April to May and September to October
Low Season: June to August

These are the best times to visit Dubai for the best weather, fewer crowds, and more.


The dirham (AED) is the official currency of Dubai, as well as the UAE’s six other emirates.
1 EUR = 3,958AED

The AED1 coin is silver and has a traditional Arabic coffee pot (dallah) on one side. Otherwise, dirhams come in colourful banknotes ranging from AED5 to AED1,000 (USD1.36 to USD272.29). Be sure to check out the intricate artworks on each note, depicting important symbols of UAE culture from Jumeirah Mosque and Ajman Fort to a falcon and an Arabian oryx.

Dubai is a global city with world-class infrastructure, and international credit cards are widely accepted. Before you travel, it’s advisable to check with your bank about overseas transaction fees to ensure you get the most value out of your visit.

To tip or not to tip? The short answer is, there are no rules when it comes to tipping in Dubai.

How much you tip varies from profession to profession, and is also largely down to personal preference. It is customary to offer a little extra in most cases, but it certainly isn’t compulsory. Everyone arrives in Dubai with their own customs and expectations, but one thing that’s always consistent is the high level of service.

Dubai is world famous for its extraordinary service levels. In a city where everything can be delivered comes the age-old question: who to tip and how much? While there are no set rules, how much you tip varies from profession to profession, and is also largely down to personal preference. It is customary to tip in most cases, but it certainly isn’t compulsory. Here’s a rough guide to help you out during your visit.

Hospitality staff Waitstaff: While most restaurants will note that taxes and service charge have already been included in the bill, it’s still common for diners in Dubai to tip the service staff. A figure between 10% and 15% is customary, but this is dependent on the quality of service. Often, rounding up to the nearest figure of your bill could suffice.

Spa and salon therapists: Depending on the particular treatment, tips for a spa or beauty therapist will vary from AED5 to 10%-15% of the treatment value. Smaller treatments such as manicures would warrant a smaller tip, whereas a bigger tip would usually be given for a haircut or massage.

Bellboys and valet drivers: It’s customary to tip hotel staff and valet drivers but it’s not always expected, so don’t worry if you don’t have any change on you. Most guests would give around AED5, but you should give them slightly more if your luggage is heavier, or if you have a lot of suitcases.

Concierges: Unlike in some overseas countries, it is not customary to tip concierges in hotels in Dubai. They will be happy to make suggestions and assist you with your bookings without any extra renumeration. Taxi drivers: Taxis in Dubai are both affordable and plentiful, and therefore tipping the driver is a common occurrence. Usually a small tip of AED5-10 is given, but generally passengers will just round the fare up to the nearest figure and allow the driver to keep the change.

Tour guides: After enjoying a well-organised, informative tour of the city, or after the completion of a desert safari, you can certainly show your appreciation to the driver and/or guide. Although some nationalities tip 20% of the total price or AED100 for a full day’s outing, anything you deem fair to show how much you enjoyed the trip will be well received. Airport porters: If you need some extra assistance at the airport with your luggage, you can find porters at the entrance of the departures area or by the carousel belts on arrival. There is a fixed cost of AED40 for a regular trolley and AED100 for the large flat-bed trolley service, but most tend to tip the porters an extra AED5-10 for their help.


All the passengers travelling to the UAE are no longer required to present COVID-19 vaccination certificates or negative PCR test results. Vaccinated and unvaccinated travellers are welcome to experience the UAE with no restrictions.

Do you need vaccinations for UAE?
Courses or boosters usually advised: Tetanus.
Other vaccines to consider: Diphtheria; Hepatitis A.
Selectively advised vaccines – only for those individuals at highest risk: Hepatitis B; Rabies.

Staying safe while hiking in UAE.
Head out of the city and discover a different side to Dubai with a hiking trip to Hatta. Be sure to bring a lot of water (it’s better to have too much than too little), prepare your route beforehand and always travel in a group. It’s best to hike during the winter, when the weather is cooler, and always wear proper hiking boots. Sunscreen and headgear are highly recommended too.

Trip Highlights

Dubai Downtown

Dubai Creek

Burj Khalifa

Traditional Souks

Abu Dhabi

Dubai Desert

Dress Code:
Dubai is a cosmopolitan city and a diverse melting pot where almost all attires and cultural expressions are accepted. Swimwear is permissible at beaches, waterparks, public pools and spa areas but is not considered appropriate in areas such as business districts and shopping malls.


Dressing conservatively is appreciated in Dubai’s historic neighbourhoods and places of worship. There are specific requirements for entering a mosque, like wearing clothing that covers shoulders, arms and legs – and headscarves for women.


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