The ostentatious city of Dubai has become one the most visited destination in the world. This urban metropolitan of high-rises and shopping malls has transformed itself from a desert outpost to a location, where tourists flock for the shopping festival, coherent sunshine, and family amusement. Dubai prides on its traditional and modern attractions. The expedition on a yacht will deliver an exposure of Dubai’s true essence like never before.
These 5 destinations give an insight on what to anticipate when booking a yacht tour to the ever most extravagant city of Dubai:
The Palm Jumeirah Islands
The yacht tour initiation should be with the spectacular Palm Jumeirah Islands. This man-made archipelago yields stunning scenic views around the breath-taking Arabian coastline. The Palm Jumeirah islands also harbor the picturesque American-based 5-star hotel: The Atlantis. This hotel entices tourists from all corners of the world to witness the deluxe interiors and the oceanic view of the grand aquarium.
The Burj Al Arab
The first 7-star hotel is one of the most photographed structures to ever created in this world. Start your yacht voyage around the magnificent beaches surrounding The Burj Al Arab, illuminating the horizon making it an impressive scenery day or night. The Burj Al Arab has set a new standard for hospitality superlatives, including an underwater aquarium restaurant that you reach through a simulated submarine voyage, a fleet of Rolls-Royces on the forecourt and the famous helipad that has featured numerous celebrity stunts.
The Dubai Marina
The yacht tour of the Dubai Marina will show you the splendor of the canal and the promenades of Dubai’s most prestigious residential area. Its provided benefits allow you to enjoy the panoramic views of the city’s stunning skyline. The Canal is to be verged by several lifestyles and leisure developments, including hotels, restaurants and retail options. The view is seized in a tranquil sunny day or by night when the city is illuminated within millions of lights. Its waterfront contains the W Hotel, the St Regis and a whole range of new lifestyle precincts. The new path effectively turns a significant part of the emirate into an island.
The Dubai Creek
The Dubai Creek flowing between the regions of Deira and Bur Dubai is one the historic center of Dubai's very existence. When trading began over a century ago, this protected inlet was the obvious choice to develop a commercial seaport. This destination will give a first-hand exposure to Dubai’s traditional side that should be experienced through the comfort of the yacht. The Creekside has been widened many times during the last century. It's often busy today with the abra — small wooden water taxis — ferrying passengers between the souks of Deira on the northeastern bank and the historic district of Bur Dubai on the southwestern bank.
The World Islands
The World Islands is another man-made archipelago based on the Dubai Coastline. It comprises of 300 small islands constructed into a World map exterior. The yacht experience will cater to your desires of panoramic scenic views around the whole 300 islands. This havens the wealthiest residents from all over the world and a perfect holiday destination with the variety of deluxe hotels and attractions worth the time and money.