Dubai is for everyone

Dubai is a shopping and entertainment mecca for tourists.  Unashamedly ostentatious, proud and Dubai is a city like no other!glamorous, Dubai is a global city like no other.  On the Persian Gulf, a mere eight hours flying time from the UK, visiting Dubai is akin to visiting a different world.  Dubai is home to the Burj Khalifa, the tallest building in the world, the largest shopping mall in the world and a collection of artificial islands in the shape of...the world.

It is also home to a seven-star hotel, an indoor ski slope in a shopping complex, dancing fountains and countless other sights, sounds and smells that leave visitors breathless.  The temperature is humid and the character is decadent.  If you seek sun and shopping, extravagance and entertainment, then Dubai is extra special.

Half day Dubai City Tour

Dubai is a shopping meccaDubai is the city of wonder, elegant and trendy developments and futuristic infrastructure of the city makes it a haven of tourism, it is entertaining and educative.  While on the tour you get a chance to visit the best attractions of Dubai.  It is the opportunity to view the natural as well as manmade wonders of Dubai and admire its craftsmanship closely very much giving a feast to your eyes.

Dubai is for everyoneCity Tour covers the following spots:

  • Bastakia Quarter
  • Heritage and Diving Villages
  • Textile Souk
  • Spice Souk
  • Gold Souk
  • Dubai Museum
  • Jumeirah Beach

Get in touch with Travel for All!  

Our founder, Tarita Davenock knows disability firsthand and wants to show everyone that the world can still 'be their oyster'.  The truth is that the world is not perfectly accessible, there are still bumps in the road...  What is spectacular about the world is that it was made to be seen by everyone; regardless of your mobility or ability.  We work with a select group of suppliers with the same passions as ours.  Choose where and when, and we will work hard at creating what your mind envisions...

"Life is either a daring adventure or nothing." – Helen Keller