A hop-on hop-off bus tour is the best way to see the top sights of Dubai. With 41 stops around the city, you’ll be connected to every major…
Climb aboard the world's largest “dhow” for a 2-hour dinner cruise of Dubai's Deira Creek. Enjoy live entertainment of authentic traditions,…
Climb aboard a dhow boat for a 2-hour dinner cruise along Dubai Creek. See historic landmarks, such as Dubai Museum and the Bur Dubai Bazaar from…
Spend a delightful evening on a leisurely sail on board a traditionally decorated Arabian dhow with all the modern conveniences. On this romantic…
Experience the sites of old Dubai and the ultra-modern attractions of the new city on a comprehensive full-day tour. A city that blends the old with…
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Dubai Creek, or Al Khor in Arabic, is a 9-mile-long stretch of water coming from the Persian Gulf into Dubai. It divides the city into the two boroughs of Deira and Bur Dubai. Take a dinner cruise and see what you can spot from the water...
At the second-largest public park in Dubai, you can have a barbecue, fly-fish, ride horses, and view the beautiful gardens.
Take a break from the glitz and glam and visit this 1533 acre sanctuary located in the middle of the desert where over 65 bird species live. The flamingo feeding time at 3:00PM!
To get from Bur Dubai to Deira, try the abra, Dubai's unique, affordable floating taxi, offering great views! Or cruise on a dhow and eat dinner while enjoying the city at night!
Open from October to April, this attraction shares the history of Dubai. Wander past traditional houses as you hear about Bedouin culture, and local industries like pearl diving.
Your one-stop-shop for creekside recreation. Eat a meal fit for a sheikh, play golf, reenergize at a wellness spa, or treat yourself to a night at the luxurious Park Hyatt Dubai.
The first abra leaves at 5:00AM and they run until midnight. Take this into account when planning your activities around the Creek.
An abra journey costs one dirham, one way. Otherwise, prices will depend on your chosen activities.
Creek metro station is on the Green Line and is quite close to the water. It even crosses underneath!
- When to visitAbras run from 5:00AM to midnight. Please see specific activities of interest for other times.
- What is the price?Abra journeys cost one dirham each way, other prices vary by activity.
- Will I need a guide?Each acitivity varies, but if you are looking for a guided tour, consider a helicopter ride!
- How to get thereTo reach Dubai Creek, take the Green Line to the Creek metro station.
- Additional tipsWhen planning your day, first take into account journey times on the abra.
What People Are Saying About Dubai Creek
The pick-up was done on time and the tour & safari were amazing. We appreciated the belly and tanoura dance and also the buffet dinner. City tour guide did a good job and was always looking for us. Overall very good experience.
There are so many options and tours available out there and I was hesitant to try this tour which was fairly new on GetYourGuide. The tour was the best decision I could have made! Mounir by far exceeded my expectations, not only did I receive much more than expected (private tour, flexibility to my requirements), I was able to view almost all the sites that I wanted to see - all in just 1 tour! I was privately escorted throughout Dubai and felt like a princess. Thank you once again for making my holiday so memorable! Don't doubt, just book the trip - you wont be disappointed. Tell him your needs and I am certain he will best try to accommodate you as much as possible.
4 hours of nice sightseeing and then out to the sand for some dune driving. Sundet moment before a really nice buffer finner with entertainment under the stars.
Only downside first, spent approx 1hr20mins collecting other passengers, but once we started the city tour was excellent, very knowledgeable guide. Pointed out many of the major features with free time in the Gold Souk. If you want gold, so much choice! Dropped back at our hotel then collected in 4x4 for dune bashing. Very good driver with a stop for sand boarding. Then onto a desert camp, well organised with welcome Arabic coffee and sweets. Meal was surprisingly good, and although estimate 2500 people, there were 3 separate serving areas and not long queues. Would recommend to all except pregnant or bad backs.
2 main routes - red and blue plus extra gold router to the Marina and JBR and pink route that went on outer edge of The Palm. Took the 48 hour ticket but still not enough time to do it all. The extras include the aquarium in Dubai Mall which is excellent and the Dubai Museum which is definitely worth a visit. The staff don't always give accurate info re timings. We were told a bus would be 20 minutes (standard, as they should come every 20 minutes) but in fact it was an hour!! No excuse re traffic, as 3 of the Big Bus company passed us. Very frustrating. Only downside is the traffic in Dubai is now horrendous so you spend a lot of time waiting in queues. The free water is a welcome bonus.