Eid Al Fitr holiday deals from UAE under Dh1,500
If you are looking for short vacation destinations, check out our list
Eid Al Fitr will be celebrated this weekend on June 25. Residents of UAE will enjoy a long extended weekend, spread from June 23 to June 27.While many are already embarking on short vacations during this break, few have lined up activities to keep their families entertained through the break.
Still haven't made any plans for the coming long Eid weekend? Don't worry, we have some cheap destinations you can explore.
We browsed the internet to find the best Eid holiday packages you can still avail. Read on -
If you like history and would want to delve into ancient monasteries, you can take a short four- day trip to Armenia. Take a guided tour of the History Museum of Armenia to check collections illustrating the centuries-old history of the Armenian nation.
We found a deal to fly to Armenia at a budget of Dh1,099 per head, including hotel and flight with this.
Bordering Russia and Georgia, Azerbaijan is known for having 9 of the 11 climates around the world. Baku, the central city, is a Unesco World Heritage site. Visiting the mud volcanoes figures among the fascinating things to do in Azerbaijan as it figures first in the world with over 350 located in the region. Thousands of tourists visit every year to watch the eruption accompanied by explosions and loud noise.
You can grab an offer, including flight and hotel for Dh1,499 at this website
With packages starting at Dh969.59 for 4 nights and 5 days, you can set out to explore the Land of Smiles. Explore bustling cities like Bangkok and Chiang Mai but don't forget to explore mountains and the beaches.
The Phi Phi Islands, also in Krabi, are one of Thailand's most popular resort areas. From there, head to the Monkey Beach, the beach full of monkeys! Among the must-see on your list should include The Grand Palace, Sunday Walking Street, Khao Yai National Park and the historic city of Ayutthaya.
The lost city of Petra is now not only Jordan's leading tourist attraction. Always wondered if you would sink or swim in the Dead Sea? Now is the time to find out. The mineral content of this 75-km-long saltwater lake is 33 per cent, about six times as salty as a normal ocean. Do visit Amman, the cultural capital of Jordan as it strikes a balance between the old and the new.
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Explore the colourful Grand Bazaar, the biggest undercover markets in the world in Istanbul. Dig into some Turkish delights and enjoy apple tea with the locals. After a long hectic day, head to the Turkish bath hammam and unwind your senses.
You can check this voucher priced at Dh829 for 4 days and 3 nights.
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