With three tour routes to choose from, there are plenty of ways to experience Dubai. All of these tours come along with a wide variety of extra perks and bonuses that make them worth far more than the price of the ticket.
The first bus for every route departs at 9.00 am and the last bus at 7.00 pm. On the Red and Green Routes (see our map), buses arrive at each stop every fifteen minutes, and every twenty minutes on the Blue route.
Download the Day Tour route map here (PDF)
Our day tours cover all of Dubai’s most famous landmarks, including both old and modern Dubai, along with a number of free tours.
The three separate routes give you the ability to see everything in the city, at your own pace. You can take all three routes in one day, or you can spread them out over two. Alternatively, you can pick the tour that hits the sights you most want to see and spend as much time as you want exploring these parts of the city.
Instead of requiring you to buy a specific ticket for a specific tour, you purchase a 24 hour or 48 hour ticket that allows you to hop on and hop off the tour as many times as you want, during the duration of your ticket. You can switch routes, switch back, take a free tour, and then hop back on a bus—whatever suits your schedule and lets you see what you want to see in Dubai.
Some of the stop you’ll see during the day tour, depending on which route you take, include:
- The Burj Al Arab – The famous sail-shaped building on the man-made island in the Gulf.
- Jumeirah Mosque – A beautiful, monochromatic, finely carved mosque, widely believed to be the most beautiful mosque in the city.
- The Spice Souk – A famous spice market selling a wide variety of colorful spices, souvenirs, and local delicacies.
- Atlantis on the Palm – A giant resort; free access to the Lost Chamber Aquarium when you buy a 48 hr ticket.
- Emirates Towers – This office building and hotel pair are easily two of the most stunning buildings in Dubai.
- Sheikh Saeed Al Maktoum’s House – On the edge of Dubai Creek, you’ll find this building, which was once home to the Sheikh of Dubai.
Download the Night Tour route map here (PDF)
You haven’t really experienced Dubai until you’ve seen its attractions and landmarks lit up at night. From the glowing blue Burj Al Arab, to the Wafi light and sound show, you’ll love seeing this city come alive after dark. Night tours depart: Deira City Centre at 7.15pm, Burjuman at 7.15pm, Dubai Mall at 7.30pm, Mall of the Emirates (temporarily changed to the main entrance of the mall) at 7.45pm or Souk Madinat at 8pm.
The day tour ticket comes along with plenty of free tours, but the most popular is the Sharjah Panoramic Tour. This “Pearl of the Gulf” is a great addition to both the day and night tours.
Departure and arrival times as well as attraction opening hours may change during the Holy Month of Ramadan. For specific departure times, ask a member of the staff.