A budget-friendly travel package to Dubai has been announced by the IRCTC. One of the most cost-effective all-inclusive tour packages, covering the mesmerising attractions of the “city of dreams,” Dubai, and Abu Dhabi, is offered by IRCTC in the “Dazzling Dubai” package. The Dubai city tour, the Burj Khalifa, the Desert Safari, the Dhow Cruise, the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque, and Ferrari World are all included in the 5-night, 6-day package.
The tour will start on March 23, 2023, in Delhi. The package includes round-trip airfare in economy class, lodging in a three-star hotel, meals, VISA fees, and processing costs.
Departure Dates: 23-28 March
|Flight||Departure time||Arrival Time|
|Delhi-Abudhabi (G8 75)||6 Pm||8:40 am|
|Abudhabi-Delhi (G8/76)||9:40 Pm||2:40 am|
IRCTC Dubai Package Price: The cost for a five-night, six-day package ranges from 81,900 to 99,00 for triple, double, and single occupancy. The package will cost 81,500 for a child with a bed and 70,500 for a child without a bed.
According to the IRCTC, all travellers are urged to adhere to the COVID regulations as set forth by the relevant states or nations at the time of their journey. For this trip, passengers must have two vaccinations. Passengers who are partially or completely unvaccinated must carry an RT-PCR negative report within 72 hours of the departure date. It’s also crucial for travellers to confirm that their passports are valid for at least six months after their return to India.
Documents needed at the time of booking include a valid passport for six months after the entry date. At the time of booking, a photocopy of the PAN card and a coloured scan copy in JPEG format is required. Recent photographs of the applicant that are no older than three months in colour and in JPEG format are required. 3.5×4.5 cm in size, with a white background (80% of the face should be there).
What is not included in the IRCTC Dubai package:
Any increase in airport taxes, fuel surcharges, pre-set meals with no option to customise the menu, all types of tips for the drivers, guides, and representatives, personal expenses like laundry costs, optional tours of the Miracle Garden or Wall of Frame, wine, food, and beverages not on the regular menu, and any change in visa fees that results in a difference in cost that must be paid by the guests.