Even though the holy month of Ramadan is a time for introspection and fasting, there are still plenty of things to do in Dubai during this time. Maybe you’ll run into one of the activities taking place all around town, at malls open until well past midnight, iftar feasts, parks and more. This experience will offer sights and fun to see during Ramadan in Dubai without deviating from customs. And if you don’t feel like commemorating the month the way it’s usually done, this plan is tailored for you and it involves a boat.
Spend Ramadan On Italian Gozzo Boats
Seeking a genuinely distinctive Ramadan experience? Cha Cha Boats will take you on an exciting journey into the distance. Throughout the Holy Month, guests may take advantage of a 50% discount on all of its private boat excursion packages to take in Dubai’s picturesque coastline with their loved ones.
Cha Cha boats have a variety of packages custom-made for everyone’s choice. There are different locations in Dubai from where you can avail of this offer. Soak in the panoramic views of the skyline while you glide through the glistening waters of Dubai.
What Are The Stations To Avail This Ride For The Holy Month
Want to experience the old-town vibes? Take Al Seef Creek 30′, Al Seef Creek 60′, Al Seef Creek 90′, Al Seef Creek 120′, and Al Seef Creek 180′ to experience Old Dubai. Each boat ride costs 230 AED for a 30-minute trip, 460 AED for a 60-minute trip, 690 AED for a 90-minute trip, 800 AED for a 120-minute trip, and 1080 AED for a 180-minute trip. Take a leisurely ride around the creek to experience Al Seef, a busy neighbourhood where old and contemporary Dubai collide.
Jumeirah Splash 30′ costs 350 AED for a 30-minute boat tour and the prices increase with time. The max time you can ride a Cha Cha boat is a 180-minute boat ride for AED 1560.
Enjoy a boat trip on the Dubai Sunset Marasi Canal Architecture 30′, which costs 350 AED for 30 minutes, or the Dubai Sunset Marasi Canal Architecture 60′, which costs 600 AED for 60 minutes, as the sun begins to drop over the horizon.
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