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Being one of the oldest residential areas in Dubai, Al Bastakiya is named after the 'Bastak' region of Iran, the origin of several emigrated residents. Located along the Dubai Creek, it includes…Continue
Added by Manta Royal on February 28, 2013 at 5:35am — No Comments
Given here is the list of Dubai Public holidays 2013. Private companies will also be closed on these days. The Islamic festivals are based on Islamic calendar, determined by various moon phase sighting. The dates of the holidays change every year. The Dubai Statuary Government Holidays 2013 calendar is only based on estimates. The Dubai holiday calendar cannot be guaranteed for 100 percent accuracy.
During the lunar month of Ramadan, which precedes Eid Al-Fitr,…Continue
Added by Manta Royal on February 27, 2013 at 3:43am — No Comments
With growing number of travelers opting to travel to Dubai both for business purposes and holidays, there is increased need for travel insurance when planning a trip to Dubai.
Travel insurance can cover several possible mishaps that may probably arise during travel. The visitors, in turn will feel assured that in case of any experiences such as terrorism, or need for medical attention, bankruptcy of a trip organizer, or emergency evacuation, there will be…Continue
Added by Manta Royal on February 19, 2013 at 5:24am — No Comments
Dubai and UAE have varying degrees of tolerance to clothing styles from across the world. Nevertheless, dress code in Dubai is quite liberal, in comparison to several other states in the Middle East.
There are legal guidelines about what is acceptable, but, in general people are mostly allowed to wear what they like. However, it would be wise to tone down your dress code in other emirates of UAE (other than Dubai), especially in areas where there is greater proportion of…Continue
Added by Manta Royal on February 18, 2013 at 7:32am — No Comments
It goes without saying that Hurghada is a notorious diving location for scuba divers worldwide. Its comfortable weather is ideal for many varieties of rare fish. Daily excursions are available where you can witness colorful species, hard and soft coral, whale sharks, mantas, moray eels, turtles, dolphins, napoleons, tuna, including renowned wreck graveyards such as the one at Sha'ab Abu Nahas. Giftun Island, the second biggest island of the Red Sea, is a picture perfect destination, known…Continue
Added by Manta Royal on November 10, 2012 at 5:00am — No Comments
Cairo was called the citadel or tabia or forte, i.e. stronghold. It looked like a square; 1200m2 in length and 1100m2 in width. It was surrounded with El Bahr El Azeim (the great sea) from the east, the gulf from the west, from the north gardens extended to Mataria and the mount Gabal El Guishi from the south.
Ah, to be rich. Simply step outside the five star hotel, and take the taxi which awaits me at the doorstep anywhere I want to go in Cairo. Unfortunately, there is perhaps no…Continue
Added by Manta Royal on October 24, 2012 at 4:56am — No Comments
Morning time we will pick you up from your cruise at Safaga Port by your private Egyptologist guide who will accompany you to the visit Luxor. Drive for around 03 hours by an accessible private air-conditioned modern van adapted for wheelchair travelers. Upon arrival start at the world famous Karnak temple the largest place of worship ever built. Its ancient name Ipet-isut means “the most sacred of places.” The temple, or, more correctly, the complex of temples, was built over more than two…Continue
Added by Ahmed Ali on June 21, 2012 at 7:10am — No Comments
Morning pick up from the cruise exit door in Aqaba port then travel for 40 minutes in an Ac vehicle to the protected area of Wadi Rum, it is the most impressing desert landscapes in the world. Wadi Rum was made known and famous in the west by Lawrence of Arabia who described it as "vast, echoing and god-like". Explore the area famous for its rugged mountains and colored sand dunes during a 4x4 Jeep tour; enjoy canyons, sand dunes, rock inscriptions and a natural rock bridge. End the our with…Continue
Added by Ahmed Ali on June 21, 2012 at 5:20am — No Comments
We start our tour from your cruise exit door. Our rep will pick you up and transfer you with AC van for two and half hours to the Dead Sea. It is the lowest point on earth, located 400 meters below sea level and it is so famous for its salty water. The high concentration of minerals in water with that dark mud on its shores make it very precious for several health treatments. Once you will be there, you will enjoy enough free time for swimming and floating on water then enjoy your lunch…Continue
Added by Ahmed Ali on June 21, 2012 at 5:19am — No Comments
Pick up from Aqaba Port upon cruise arrival, our Rep will be waiting for you by the cruise exit door. Travel for one and half hour in an AC van to start your tour to enjoy Petra rose red city, it is must-see in the Middle East. At the Visitor's Centre you will start on horse back or on foot to the Siq Canyon, a narrow gorge, and continue to the beautiful Treasury. Then you will continue walking along the Street of Facades, see the Royal Tombs and Qasr Al Bent. Then continue the tour to the…Continue
Added by Ahmed Ali on June 21, 2012 at 5:18am — No Comments
Pick up from Aqaba Port upon cruise arrival, our Rep will be waiting for you by the cruise exit door. Travel for one and half hour in an AC van to start your tour to enjoy Petra rose red city, it is must-see in the Middle East. At the Visitor's Centre you will start on horse back or on foot to the Siq Canyon, a narrow gorge, and continue to the beautiful Treasury. Then you will continue walking along the Street of Facades, see the Royal Tombs and Qasr Al Bent.
Added by Ahmed Ali on June 21, 2012 at 5:17am — No Comments
Morning time you will be picked up from the cruise exit door by our Egyptologist guide then transfer for around 01.30 hours to Cairo by an accessible private air-conditioned modern van adapted for wheelchair travelers. Upon arrival you would start at the famous Giza Plateau, home of Egypt’s Greatest attractions to visit the Great Pyramids, Which is ONE of the Seven Wonders of the ancient world including the Great Pyramid of Cheops, middle pyramids of Chephren and the little one of Mykerinos…Continue
Added by Ahmed Ali on June 21, 2012 at 5:03am — No Comments
If you haven’t considered an all inclusive holiday, yet alone tried one, then this type of holiday is most definitely worth serious consideration when looking at your annual Summer holiday.
To start with, the major benefits of an all inclusive holiday is the price. Prices on these holidays are hugely competitive when compared against the traditional travel packages holidays, whether they are…Continue
Added by Multiple News on February 21, 2011 at 6:16am — No Comments
Why would anyone want to descend into the dark depths when a crisp October sun was shining on the cobbles of the largest medieval square of Europe, flanked by a medieval Cloth Hall, the continent's second-oldest university, a Gothic church and Cukiernas dispensing the traditional creamcrammed pastry? As it turned out, this journey now ranks among my most mine-blowing experiences. For over 900 years, kings and scientists, engineers and humble miners have upgraded what nature…Continue
Added by Multiple News on February 2, 2011 at 4:26am — No Comments