Day-1 Arrival at Dubai –OPTIONAL- Burj Khalifa & Dubai Fountain Show. Arrive in Dubai and check in at the hotel. Evening visit the Dubai Mall and the observation deck at Burj Khalifa (tallest tower in the world and with an outdoor terrace). “Burj Around the World”, an attractive feature allows the visitors to view Burj Khalifa on the skyline of the famous cities. Next visit and enjoy Dubai’s Musical Fountain Show set on Burj Lake which features 450 ft. high water jet shows.
Day-2 Half day desert safari with Belly Dance & BBQ Dinner. Post breakfast guests are free to explore Dubai on their own. Late afternoon, go on a desert safari and an exhilarating 4WD for an hour and half on the dunes before stopping over for watching the sunset. Later have dinner at a desert camp with belly dancing as the night’s entertainment.
Day-3 City tour of Dubai and Dhow Cruise with Dinner. Half day city tour of Dubai and visit Burj Al Arab (Dubai’s famous landmark) – Jumeirah (picturesque residential palace and home to the famous Jumeirah Mosque) – Al Bastakiya (old historic area of Dubai) – Al Fahidi Fort. Later in the evening take the Dhow Cruise (2 hours’ cruise) which passes over the Dubai Creek for dinner under the moonlight.
Day-4 Departure and transfer to Seychelles. Post breakfast depart from Dubai for onward journey to Seychelles. Arrive at Praslin and check in at Resort.
Day-5 Spend Day at Leisure. Spend the day on Praslin’s beautiful beaches and enjoy a dive underwater exploring the vast marine life.
Day-6 Transfer to Hotel in Mahe. Transfer to Mahe in Seychelles and check in at Hotel in Mahe and spend the day at leisure.
Day-7 Spend Day at Leisure. Spend the day on Mahe's beautiful beaches.
Day-8 Departure Depart from Mahe for onward destination.
Dubai - Dubai is a unique getaway destination that is both a dynamic business centre and a tourist paradise, offering shopping, fine dining. quality hotels and host of other attractions.
Praslin - Praslin is the second largest island in Seychelles and like Mahé is a granite island. Despite being the second largest island, it is sparsely populated and inhabited by a mere 6,500 people. This laid-back sleepy island is famous for its postcard worthy white sand beaches and lush tropical forests. The UNESCO World Heritage Listed Vallée de Mai National Park is located on this island and is home to the exotic Coco de Merplant, that lead to the belief that Seychelles was the true Garden of Eden.Praslin is also a great base to take day trips and excursions to neighbouring islands.
Mahe - Mahé Island is the largest island in the Seychelles archipelago and is the economic and political hub of Seychelles. Victoria, the capital of Seychelles as well as the international airport and cruise-ship port are located on this island. Mahé is home to 80,000 people, approximately 90% of Seychelles’ population. The island is divided into east and west by the Morne Seychellois National Park that also contains a mountain range with peaks up to 905m high. The island offers a variety of beaches, towns, national parks, and hotels, more than than any other islands in Seychelles, making it an ideal base for travellers to explore the country.