5 Days

The first human settlement in the history of Dubai was in approximately 3000 BCE, when the area was inhabited by nomadiccattle herders. In the 3rd century CE, the area came under the control of the Sassanid Empire which lasted until the 7th century, when the Umayyad Caliphate took control and introduced Islam in the area.

The area was sustained by fishing and pearl diving for a thousand years, with the first records of the town being made in 1799 when the Bani Yas clan established it as a dependency of Abu Dhabi. Dubai became a separate Sheikhdom in 1833, when the Al-Maktoum dynasty of the Bani Yasclan (initially from Abu Dhabi) took it over peacefully.

The invention of artificial pearls in 1926 and the Great Depression in 1929 caused a collapse in the international pearl market, which resulted in the emir Sheikh Saeed looking for an alternative source of income and inviting Indian and Iranian traders to settle there without paying any tax and Dubai becoming one of the leading re-export ports in the world.

In 1966, oil was discovered in Dubai, which changed the country beyond recognition and led to Dubai becoming the vibrant, modern, business-centred city.

Records of the area where the emirate of Dubai is situated are very rare for any period before the 18th century.

During the expansion of the Sheikh Zayed Road between 1993 and 1998, remnants of a mangrove swamp were uncovered which were dated to approximately 7000 BCE. It is thought that by about 3000 BCE, the coastline had moved seaward sufficiently towards the present-day coastline and the area became covered in sand.

As it became more inhabitable, nomadic cattle herders used the area to live and herd in. The date palm began to be grown locally in 2500 BCE, and was the first instance of the land being used for agricultural purposes.The herders worshipped the god Bajir and various evidence suggests links to the mysterious Magan civilisation, who it is thought controlled the copper trade of this part of the ancient world, and of which there are archaeological sites in Bahrain.

For the next about 2000–2700 years there are no more details, probably because of the desertification, insignificance, and remoteness of the area, until the area came part of the “Maka” satrapy, the southern most satrapy of the Achaemenid Empire, and followed by the Sassanian Empire, the last pre-Islamic Iranian Empire,several hundred years later in the 3rd century CE.Recent excavations of the Jumeirah area of Dubai have unearthed a 6th-century caravan station suggesting the area was sparsely inhabited during this period.

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The first human settlement in the history of Dubai was in approximately 3000 BCE, when the area was inhabited by nomadiccattle herders. In the 3rd century CE, the area came under the control of the Sassanid Empire which lasted until the 7th century, when the Umayyad Caliphate took control and introduced Islam in the area.

The area was sustained by fishing and pearl diving for a thousand years, with the first records of the town being made in 1799 when the Bani Yas clan established it as a dependency of Abu Dhabi. Dubai became a separate Sheikhdom in 1833, when the Al-Maktoum dynasty of the Bani Yasclan (initially from Abu Dhabi) took it over peacefully.

DHAKA - DUBAI. Depart Dhaka for Dubai as per the flight schedule. Upon arrival in the destination Dubai our guide will receive and transfer you to the Dubai hotel. Evening time is free for you. Stay overnight in Dubai hotel.
After breakfast at 0900 you are free for the day. Dubai is the Kingdom of Shopping for various world class brands. You can buy some items from different brands. True Arabian hospitality awaits you on Dhow Cruises. Enjoy romantic sunsets while cruising down the Dubai Creek. A relaxing atmosphere, live music, international cuisine accompanies you on the cruise while you take in the sights and sounds of the old and new Dubai. Pick up time is 19:30 – 20:00 and drop off 23:00 – 23:15 Hrs. Stay overnight in Dubai hotel.
Jumeirah Mosque, Jumeirah Beach, The Palm Jumeirah, Gold and Spice Souq, Dubai Creek, Bastakiya area, Burj Khalifa, Burj Al Arab. Morning at 09:00 hrs half day Dubai city tour rustle through the modern and progressive version of Dubai. Dubai still retains much of its original character with the bustling creek with the ancient dhows and the wind- towers of the old houses in the Bastakiya District. This City Tour of Dubai also takes you to have a glimpse of urban, traditional, architectural and natural side of this ever evolving city. City tour till 13:00 hrs. After lunch time at 15:00 Desert safari; Take a thrilling ride through the deserts. Relish authentic Arabic cuisine. Be spellbound by the enthralling performances by exotic dancers. Watch the stars blinking at you in the wildness of the desert. All this and more for the tourist. Trip to the desert is full of Fun and adventure. Desert Safari includes 45 minutes dune bashing, Sunset stop, Camel rides, Welcome coffee & dates, Henna Painting, Traditional costume room, Sheesha smoking, B.B.Q. buffet dinner with water and soft drinks. Back to the hotel and Stay overnight.
Day 4 :
After breakfast at 0900 it’s a free day to meet your friends and relatives. Pass the day on your own. Stay overnight in Dubai hotel
After breakfast at 0900 (As per the flight schedule) our representative will receive you from the hotel lobby and drop to the airport.
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