In Dubai, everything is bigger and more stunning. Dubai, United Arab Emirates is home to the tallest building in the world (viewing the Burj Khalifa is on the bucket list of many), the most impressive island (it’s manmade and shaped like a giant palm tree) and the planet’s first underwater hotel.
Dubai’s spectacular spice and gold markets sit in the middle of a beautiful dessert, where just 20 years ago nothing much existed.
They, and all of the other amazing sights in the city are moments from the water where you can cruise to take in Dubai’s skyline and the amazingness of the neighboring regions.
Dubai Cruises with Azamara
Azamara Club Cruises offers journeys to and from Dubai that unlock the secrets hidden within this magical Middle East destination. On these adventures that have you cruising for more than a week, you’ll meet plenty of opportunities to uncover the mysteries that lie within the area. And, you’ll see some of the most famous attractions in the world from a unique vantage point.
17-Night Route of the Frankincense
Set out to Dubai on a route traveled by ancient spice traders of the past. Venture for 17 nights straight on a cultural trip starting in Piraeus, Greece, which is Europe’s oldest city. Head to Athens for a tour of landmarks and ruins, including the Parthenon and Acropolis. Then, visit Cypress before you sail through the Suez Canal on your way to the Red Sea and a stop in Jordan. Finally, end with n adventure in Oman and Dubai.
10-Night Arabian Golf & Emirates Voyage
Azamara Club Cruises has partnered with Perry Golf to offer a 10-night adventure that includes sightseeing at some of the most beautiful spots on Arabian Peninsula and in The Emirates. On this voyage, you’ll stay in luxurious accommodations at the Burj Al Arab hotel, spend time shopping at the Gold Souk, and sip tea in the Muscat at the Al Bustan Palace Hotel. Then, it’s off for a visit to the Sheikh Zayed Mosque, golf at Doha Golf Club, and, of course, cruising on an elegant ship allowing brilliant views of Dubai’s architecture.
To find out more about these cruises, visit the Azamara Club Cruises website.