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Service was excellent once it started, but we waited a long time for ship to fill up enough for them to start moving and to begin meal. Desserts were splendid, hot food OK with lots of variety. The experience would have been fine if done...More
Booking was easy with Raina tours. Food was delicious and there are alot of choices. The atmosphere is cozy and oh the view is amazing. However you should be cautious of which company you book with. My two first times were amazing and my last...More
Our trip was mid sept., were apprehensive due to some adverse reviews. Were welcomed very professionally, not crowded as some experienced. Trip was delayed by 45 mins as a group of over 10 were delayed, guess the management were trying to accomodate. Good ambience, plenty...More
Made a Luxury Dinner in Dhow Dinner Cruise, Cruise having 10 tables with 6 chairs. so around 60 persons can sit for dinner at a time, they serve buffet dinner with many item menu. After that they perform some TRADITIONAL ARAB DANCES
The cruise is just a boat and is not well maintained. The food is average but the Egyptian dance performance is worth watching. The view is nothing special and it flows between buildings. the upper deck was warm in Sep 2018 and the lower deck...More
You have option of buffet here but was not impressed by the quality of food.
Any way you have chance of watching the skyscrapers of illuminated Dubai across from this dinner cruise. There is also one local dance which you find in dinner at time...More
Visit - Nighttime
Food - Standard Buffet Menu (Lebanese, Indian)
Critic – Not very impressed with the food as it was tasteless but the overall experience was wonderful because of the cruise along the Dubai Marina. The views are breathtaking as you get to witness...More
Years ago, before the skyscrapers, before the 12-lane highway, there was only Jumeirah. In fact, when the UAE was formed, its rulers signed the agreement in Union House, at the very start of Jumeirah Beach Road. Often called “The Beverly Hills” of Dubai, a drive down Beach Road reveals one enormous, lavish villa after another. Originally residential-only neighbourhoods, they are now also home to an array of
cafes, smart boutiques, and art galleries. Home to one of Dubai’s few public beaches, this recently renovated area includes a new boardwalk, running and walking track, with changing facilities and cafes along the way. Another landmark, Jumeirah Mosque, is the only mosque in Dubai that can be entered by non-Muslims. As part of the Sheikh Mohammed Centre for Cultural Understanding, the mosque hosts regular tours and talks about Islam, as part of an “Open Doors, Open Minds” program. A wonderful way to understand more about the UAE and Islam.
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please do not have very high expectations from the food here at dhow cruise or at the desert safari. the options are few, the taste is very okay okay kind and you might end up eating Daal -Chawal only.