What To Expect
Join the Ramadan festivities in Dubai! Take part in a traditional Iftar feast then go out in the streets to witness the holy month celebrations. Take this opportunity to learn about Islam and the traditions of Ramadan.
Begin the celebrations with an Iftar feast in the heart of the city center. Iftar is the evening meal that ends the daily Ramadan fasting; large quantities of food are cooked and shared just after the sun sets. Get to see the Bastakiya area, where the earliest settlement of Dubai was built.
Explore the surrounding areas after the feast. Visit the Diwan Mosque, one of the only 3 mosques in Dubai that allows non-Muslims to enter.
Then it's time to hit the souks of Dubai! See the alleys of the textile souk before hopping on a traditional abra boat to cross the creek and enjoy moonlit views of the city.
Travel from Bur Dubai to Deira, one of the original trading hubs of the city. Imagine stepping back in time while passing the Iranian trading boats. On the Deira side, get ready to join the Ramadan sales in the spice souk and gold souk and land great bargains!
Services of a local English-speaking guide
Abra boat ride
Tips and gratuities
This tour operates as a guaranteed Small Group Tour with a maximum of 12 people.
As the tour will be entering a mosque and participating in religious festivities, modest clothing is recommended. Long trousers or skirt and long sleeves are the recommended attire. Women must also bring a scarf or shawl to cover their head in the mosque.
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