Akbar Travels makes visiting Dubai more exciting with online visa application – ThePrint


Bombay (Maharashtra) [India]July 27 (ANI/NewsView): Akbartravels.com, one of Mumbai’s leading online travel companies, is poised to make visiting Dubai for its customers an easier and more fun experience.

With a myriad of amazing travel packages, the company has now started offering services for Dubai Visa through a convenient and easy process.

Well known for its seamless itineraries for tours around the world, Akbartravels.com has come up with more exciting packages for Dubai. The company offers Diwali Dhamaka packages as well as four-night packages ranging from Rs 15,000 to Rs 45,000.

Considering the demand for travel to Dubai, the company has started offering an online visa service. With this service, travelers will be able to obtain a visa online through the Akbartravels.com portal with a processing time of up to 48 hours. Online visa for Dubai package starts from Rs 2499/-.

Sharing his views on the service, the company’s Vice President, Jitesh Poojari said, “Dubai has become the main attraction for People in India over the years. Through this service, we want to make life easier for our customers by simplifying the visa process. We also have amazing packages to Dubai for Diwali and quick trips which would not only give our customers a lifetime experience but also make their trips most convenient.

Akbartravels.com is a leading global online travel portal offering a diverse range of world-class, hassle-free online travel services. Their services include domestic and international flight reservations, tailor-made and inclusive vacations, hotel reservations, visa services, cruises, car rentals, train tickets, world attraction tickets, sightseeing, currency, travel insurance and more.

With offices in India, UK, USA, Middle East, Europe and Malaysia, the company has more than 150 branches globally which extend its reach to almost all major travel destinations in the world. world.

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