Vea lo más destacado de Dubái en esta visita turística de día completo. Con un guía, subirá a bordo del monorraíl hasta Atlantis The Palm para ver el Ambassador Lagoon, un amplio hábitat marino hogar de peces exóticos y ruinas que reconstruyen la ciudad perdida de Atlantis. A continuación, recorra la ciudad y haga fotos del hotel Burj Al-Arab; visite el Museo de Dubái, el zoco del oro y el zoco de las especias; dé un paseo en taxi acuático "abra" al otro lado de Dubai Creek, y remate la visita con un almuerzo de 4 platos. Por la tarde, visitará el la plataforma de observación "At the Top" en Burj Khalifa y disfrutará de una vista privilegiada del espectáculo de las fuentes de Dubái.
This was an all important tour as it was supposed to cover all the important landmarks in Dubai. However the Guide we had was not very familiar with all that was required to be done at each point. We lost about hours going round and round first at Atlantis, and then later at Burj Khalifa. The 'view' of Burj Al Arab for taking photos was provided from a distance of some 3 miles! The Guide did not provide any interesting commentary whatsoever. The lunch was provided at a less than mediocre restaurant, We had to take some coffee and tea too, for which we were charged at astronomical rates. Overall a highly unsatisfactory and hopelessly mismanaged tour. I wouldn't recommend Viator to anyone for booking this tour.
We started out by loosing one hour, which then made us one hour later at the end meaning that it was dark when we came to the top of Burj Kahlifa. Otherwise a very good tour if you want to cover alot of different things in one tour, with a knowledgable guide. Palm island, Atlantis, the souks, Dubai Museum gave a good mix. Would have been good to have a priority ticket to Burj Kahlifa though not to have to stand in line waiting, especially since we were late.
The tour guide was very poorly informed about dealing with the customers. Her information was perfunctory, at best. The duration of the tour was not 10 hours as indicated. Watching the fountains was conveniently left out. In temperatures of over 100 degrees, water given was 'hot'. It was over prized for what was delivered.