General Frequently Asked Questions?

Abu Dhabi is the capital city, though Dubai is the UAE’s largest city.
Arabic is the official language. Nevertheless, the most commonly spoken language in Dubai is English.
Dubai is often reputed as a safe destination for an enjoyable holiday in the Middle East. Thanks to its stringent laws and crime-free environment.
You can easily book your tour or package on our website and in any step of the process you can contact our customer care. You can make the payments online (credit card/debit card) or you can select the “Cash on Pick up” option and pay when you're picked up by your driver/tour guide.
  • Is there any special discount rate for "Group bookings"?

    Yes, we offer a discount rate for group bookings of more than 12 people. The discount rate depends on how large the group is. The larger the group, the higher the discount

  • Are there any special discounts for early bookings? Customers who book more than two tours for group of more than 6 people in advance and pay the full amount of their tours ahead of time will enjoy a special discount.
This depends on your nationality. For instance, visitors from GCC nations including Bahrain, Oman, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia and Qatar do not require visa. Likewise, people traveling from certain countries like Australia, Austria, United States of America, and UK, among others, are eligible for visa on arrival
The local currency of UAE is AED (Arab Emirates Dirhams) that is also simply referred to as Dhs (Dirhams).
With a number of money exchange counters dotted across the malls, shopping centres, and banks, it is not at all a tedious task to exchange currency in Dubai. Moreover, most banks and ATMs accept credit cards.
Islamic traditions are followed in Dubai as well as other emirates of the country. That said, Dubai is tolerant to other religions.
Though it is not mandatory for expat women to cover their body, head and hair as Emirati women do, it is vital for them to cover their body from shoulders to at least knees. For men, Dubai’s etiquette requires them to dress up well and not to put on anything that is extremely short, such as cycling shorts and boxer shorts, in the public.
Due its location in Arabian Desert, Dubai is usually characterized by hot, humid climate for most part of the year. During summer months, the temperature can go up to 40 to 45 degree Celsius. Alternatively, the winter that runs from November to April is pleasant, refreshing, and salubrious as temperature drops down to 25 degree Celsius or even less, especially in December – January months.
Dubai’s law strictly forbids the intake of alcohol in public spaces and while driving. However, alcohol consumption is permitted in bars attached to hotels, clubs, restaurants, and private functions.
The time zone of Dubai is GMT/UTC +4 hours.
Du and Etisalat are the major telecommunication service provides in the UAE
RAH Tours Customer service is available, Seven days a week and 24 Hours.

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