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: DHOW CRUISE DINNER

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: 04 Jun 2012 to 04 Jun 2022

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Proceed to the Dhow pier in the nearby Creek where you will board and then cruise in a typical Dhow boat, a traditional Arab sailing vessel made from wood. They are primarily used along the coast line of the Arabian Peninsula. Up to the 1960s, Dhows made commercial journeys between the Persian Gulf and East Africa. The term "Dhow" is also applied to small, traditionally constructed vessels used for trade in the Red Sea and the Persian Gulf area and the Indian Ocean from Madagascar to the Gulf of Bengal.

Cruise in the Dubai Creek while enjoying a dinner onboard. These major Dubai landmarks, which are a delightful mix and match of traditional and modern way of life, shine through the moonlit sky. Smoothly cruise across the creek, passing through the illuminated souks, palaces and Heritage Village, all reminiscent of the days gone by, and the buildings displaying today's modern architecture, such as the spectacular Chamber of Commerce. You can also see the busy abras transporting people across the creek. At the mouth of the creek, you will see Shindagha, the original site from which Dubai grew.

At the end of the dhow cruise, you will board the coach and drive back to the hotel.

 

 


 

 

Overview

Proceed to the Dhow pier in the nearby Creek where you will board and then cruise in a typical Dhow boat, a traditional Arab sailing vessel made from wood. They are primarily used along the coast line of the Arabian Peninsula. Up to the 1960s, Dhows made commercial journeys between the Persian Gulf and East Africa. The term "Dhow" is also applied to small, traditionally constructed vessels used for trade in the Red Sea and the Persian Gulf area and the Indian Ocean from Madagascar to the Gulf of Bengal.

Cruise in the Dubai Creek while enjoying a dinner onboard. These major Dubai landmarks, which are a delightful mix and match of traditional and modern way of life, shine through the moonlit sky. Smoothly cruise across the creek, passing through the illuminated souks, palaces and Heritage Village, all reminiscent of the days gone by, and the buildings displaying today's modern architecture, such as the spectacular Chamber of Commerce. You can also see the busy abras transporting people across the creek. At the mouth of the creek, you will see Shindagha, the original site from which Dubai grew.

At the end of the dhow cruise, you will board the coach and drive back to the hotel.