Dhow Cruises, Dubai
Overall experience was awesome with very helpful and generous crew members. Would like to go again with same support people appreciate all the help and had a wonderful time.
I give remarks Rate- 10/10 to http://www.partycruisedubai.com/dhow-cruise-dinner-dubai.html
This is a must try when your in Dubai, specially if your her with your girlfriend, wife or someone you care about, it´s really cozy and romantic to take a Dinner Dhow Cruise.
In the Dinner Cruise you get Welcome Drinks, Continental Buffet, Entertainment and Background Music. AND A WONDERFUL MEMORY
The trip takes two hours and costs 200 Dirhams per person (about 40 Euro per person).
There are alot of Dinner Dhow Cruises to choose from just go down to the Dubai Creek and pick one out. You can also make a reservation on a Dhow Cruise then the company will come to your hotel and pick you up (not sure how much x-tra it costs).
DONT MISS MY VIDEOS OF THE DHOW DINNER CRUISE
Crossing Dubai Creek (Khor river) separating Deira (old Dubai in the north) from Bor Dubai
(in the south). There are only two connections: the Shindaga-Tunnel and the Al-Maktoum-
Bridge. Otherwise the creek can be crossed by traditional wooden boats ("dhaus") only.
So far, the passage on a group-boat costs only 1 ADH (Dirham), which is about 20 Euro Cents.
The Indian "dhau-boys" usually knock the wooden box and you pay on board. The passage
does not take longer than 5 minutes but you enjoy great views of both riversides.
ES VERDAD QUE HAY MUCHAS OPCIONES PARA VISITAR EL CREEK O RIA DE DUBAI, PERO SIN DUDAR SI QUEREIS UN VIAJE ROMANTICO Y DE CALIDAD, LA MEJOR FORMA ES QON EL DUBAI-BATEAU.ES UN BARCO TIPO LOS QUE CIRCULAN POR EL SENA DE PARIS,MODERNO, CERRADO CON CRISTAL, EN DONDE PODEIS VER LA RIA DE DUBAI MIENTRAS QUE CENAIS OYENDO MUSICA EN VIVO Y CON AIRE ACONDICIONADO.LA COMIDA ES EXCELENTE Y EL SERVICIO ES TENTO Y MUY AMABLE.ES UNA MARAVILLA.
Voyages within the Creek or into the Gulf can be organised through local tour operators. Various options are available regarding catering arrangements and vessel (including cabin cruisers and dhows).
Also, you can use Abra (see the pic) to cross the creek-- the traditional water taxi which has survived the advent of motor cars and buses.
The short journey across the waterway from the glass-and-steel office blocks of Deira to the old-world souks of Bur Dubai provides a fascinating glimpse of Dubai's trading heritage. It is unforgattable and lots of fun ;-)