Cruise dubai

Cruising is a fantastic way to travel as a family. Many cruises don’t even require flights, so you don’t need to worry about excess baggage or getting all the family organised.

On board most cruise ships you’ll find special adults-only areas so you can enjoy a little time to yourself, whether that’s around the pool or in the spa. Most cruise lines that cater to children will offer a kids club to keep younger guests entertained; this is usually included in your fare. Dining options for children are extensive, with themed restaurants and interactive dining to keep them interested and encourage them to try new things.

On any cruise, entertainment is always guaranteed. It’s included in the price you pay, so make the most of the shows and interactive events on offer.

Cabaret is always popular on cruises, but many cruise lines have raised their game to include Broadway-style shows with feature ensemble casts. Comedy acts are also popular, and on some cruise lines you can get involved with interactive shows. During the day, group entertainment is organised around the pool, or you could retreat to the on board library and select a book for something a little quieter. The spas on board ships are generally of an excellent standard, with treatments requiring a supplement.

What’s included?

Cruising offers fantastic value for money as almost everything is built in to the price you pay for your holiday.
Your accommodation, dining and entertainment is in included, which means breakfast, lunch, dinner, afternoon tea and some snacks are available to you, usually whenever you wish to dine. Alternatively, many ships allow room service to be delivered to your room so you can eat on your balcony, if you have one.

The elements of your cruise that will accrue additional costs include spa treatments, restaurants with dining supplements, some on board activities and beverages.

Entertainment

On any cruise, entertainment is always guaranteed. It’s included in the price you pay, so make the most of the shows and interactive events on offer.

Cabaret is always popular on cruises, but many cruise lines have raised their game to include Broadway-style shows with feature ensemble casts. Comedy acts are also popular, and on some cruise lines you can get involved with interactive shows. During the day, group entertainment is organised around the pool, or you could retreat to the on board library and select a book for something a little quieter. The spas on board ships are generally of an excellent standard, with treatments requiring a supplement.

Family Holiday

Guests onboard the Carnival Splendor descend a staircase in the Gold Pearl dining room, one of two, two-level main dining establishments on the 952-foot-long, half-billion-dollar liner. Photo by Andy Newman/Carnival Cruise Lines.

Cruising is a fantastic way to travel as a family. Many cruises don’t even require flights, so you don’t need to worry about excess baggage or getting all the family organised.

On board most cruise ships you’ll find special adults-only areas so you can enjoy a little time to yourself, whether that’s around the pool or in the spa. Most cruise lines that cater to children will offer a kids club to keep younger guests entertained; this is usually included in your fare. Dining options for children are extensive, with themed restaurants and interactive dining to keep them interested and encourage them to try new things.

ACTIVITIES
One thing’s for sure: you’ll never get bored on board! Activities on board cruise ships are almost limitless, and it’s unlikely you’ll get through all of them even on a longer cruise.

If group activities on deck aren’t really your thing you can use the gym for a workout, swim in the pools, play tennis… On some cruise ships you can try skydiving, learn to surf on a wave simulator, take a viewing pod out over the ocean or learn about the sky above you in the only planetarium at sea. Almost all activities are included in the price you’ve paid for your cruise.

Take a cruise and you’ll feel like you’re eating out every night – there are so many choices available.

Most ships offer a choice of either set or freedom dining, so you can choose to eat at a designated time each night or freestyle and dine when you choose. Buffet restaurants are popular and often serve food throughout the day and night, but you can also opt to pay a supplement to dine in speciality restaurants, some of which are run by celebrity chefs. Generally, breakfast, lunch and dinner plus discretionary snacks are included, but beverages cost extra and will be added to your bill.

Asia and the Far East

A richly fascinating past; an enthralling, exhilarating present and the most mind-bogglingly incredible future – treat yourself to a taste of all that on our amazing Far East and Asia cruises.
With such a fantastic fusion of colourful cultures, sensational sightseeing, celebrated cuisine and the most wonderfully warm and welcoming people in the world this is a holiday like no other. You’ll visit exotic tropical beaches, multi-coloured markets and charismatic cities where relics of the Orient of centuries past sit alongside ultra-modern examples of the exciting times to come.

Vibrant, thrilling and expanding Oriental cities like Singapore, Osaka, Hong Kong and the incredible Shanghai show off their spectacular cityscapes, with skylines speared by structures seemingly straight out of science-fiction. Delve a little deeper, though, and you’re soon immersing yourself in narrow old streets where an altogether more serene way of life has trundled along forever, steadily and stoically, amid all the mayhem. Take an excursion further inland during a stop-off and you’re into genteel rural landscapes, lovingly tended by locals employing techniques passed down by generations. Spectacular scenery abounds as riverboat trips guide you through winding waterways that weave through lush tropical forest laden with exotic plant and animal life. And the food! Aromatic, diverse, delicious, sometimes a little strange – but always sure to stir your senses as delightfully as does the region itself.

Dubai and the Emirates

Not only is it one of the richest economic hubs on earth, Dubai has become one of its most memorable and luxurious holiday destinations.
They may seem a whole wonderful world away in terms of culture, climate and extreme affluence, yet the exclusive city of Dubai and its Emirate neighbours lie within exciting, easy reach of cruise ships.

Iconic, landmark, luxury hotels, unbelievable shopping opportunities and stunning beaches combine with a centuries old cultural richness for an irresistibly beguiling blend that more and more visitors are experiencing with each passing year.

The brilliantly beautiful Burj Al Arab with its boat-sail façade and its taller young brother, the world’s tallest hotel Burj Khalifa, punctuate Dubai’s awe-inspiring skyline and announce the city’s emergence on the world stage.

Explore a little further, though, and you’ll discover less flamboyant but equally magical features this part of the world has to offer, with traditional architecture framing the vibrant streets where aromatic spice stalls sit side-by-side with clothes and jewellery shops where you’ll find high-quality items at lower prices than just about anywhere in the world.

If designer shopping is your bag, bracelet or boots then visits to the Emirates Mall and the Dubai Mall – the world’s biggest shopping ‘resort’ in the surrounds of the Burj Khalifa – will blow you away.

Hundreds of glitzy shops, scores of fantastic restaurants, numerous cinemas and themed attractions make these incredible places a highlight of any visit to the city.

Your Emirates itinerary may also take in other significant Persian Gulf sites such as the relatively liberal state of Bahrain with its charming coffee houses, marvellous mosques and the chance to sail on a traditional dhow.

The colourful clash of ancient and modern continues to display itself as you continue to Abu Dhabi, the capital city of the United Arab Emirates where shore excursions include an opportunity to journey inland to ride a desert camel and enjoy the renowned Bedouin hospitality.

In Oman you can soak in the majesty of the port of Muscat by using one of its three magnificent forts as an amazing vantage point, or take a 4×4 ride to wonder at the incredible lost city of Ubar during a visit to Salalah.

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