Dubai Vacation Packages
Ski or skate indoors, shop 'til you drop, sail over sand dunes, or simply sit and admire the jaw-dropping skyline. Don’t miss seeing the spectacular desert scenery on the outskirts of the city, which is a familiar reminder of the Bedouins, who once wandered this stretch of land.
Explore some of the city’s most iconic spots like Old Town to learn something new. Walk among the wind towers of the Al Fahidi neighborhood. Head to an Arabian Tea House for some Emirati cuisine. It's all in Dubai, and if it's not, it’s probably in the plans.
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Recognized for its award-winning architecture and luxury living, Dubai offers something new to explore around every corner.
- Dubai Escapes Slide 2 of 3: Whether it’s for dune buggy driving, sandboarding, camelback tours or more, the Dubai desert offers a variety of exciting activities just a short drive from the heart of the city.
- Dhow Cruise Slide 3 of 3: Enjoy a taste of Arabian hospitality, up-close city views and the serenity of the Dubai Marina aboard a dhow dinner cruise boat.
For the ultimate family break, IMG Worlds of Adventure combines the Hulk with The Powderpuff Girls, Captain America and Iron Man, hair-raising roller coasters and erupting volcanoes for one extraordinary experience. Indoors, the Leap of Faith at the Atlantis on Palm Jumeirah, the Wild Wadi Water Park and indoor skiing inside the Mall of the Emirates are some of the most exceptional and interesting ways to spend any vacation.
One of Dubai’s truly authentic experiences is its emerging Al Quoz arts district. Here, art meets fashion and design in a most unusual way. Its central hub, Alserkal Avenue, offers edgy art events, concept spaces, endless pop-up concerts and avant-garde galleries. From contemporary and emerging artists to new movers and shakers, a visit to this artsy district is worthy of your attention.
For outdoor adventure, go on a sunset desert safari, see the city skyline from a helicopter, hit the greens on the world’s most beautiful courses, or jump into a 4-wheel drive to explore the steep canyons and soaring peaks of the Hajar Mountains. If you’re a nature lover, get lost in a one-of-a-kind world of wonderment with a visit to a mega garden in the middle of the desert — the Dubai Miracle Garden.
With the largest shopping mall in the world, Dubai is often referred to as "Do-Buy." In the malls, you'll find numerous and familiar name brands, the finest in luxury brands, and often an area with local items including silk, shawls, scarves, beads, antique silver and beautifully embroidered clothing. Gold lovers will be nearly blinded by the hundreds of shops in the Gold Souk, located on the north side of Dubai Creek. Culture seekers can travel back in time to the hidden mountain village of Hatta, known for its ancient fort and village, dating back centuries.
Foodies can feast on Indian and Middle Eastern dishes, celebrity-chef creations, traditional Emirati Street eats and more. There’s a taste or treat to satisfy every palate in Dubai.
As a Muslim country, the sale and consumption of pork is regulated in Dubai and is sold only to non-Muslims, so don't expect to see any on the menu. The sale of alcoholic beverages is also regulated. You need a permit to buy it in specially controlled liquor stores; however, anyone of age can purchase a drink in the bars and restaurants found within the hotels.
Delta Vacations packages include round-trip flights aboard a Delta Global Partner airline to Dubai International Airport (DXB). Round-trip transfers between the airport and hotels are available for purchase.