DUBAI 2023

February 13th to 19th

Let’s meet again at the amazing Dubai where anything is possible to Beach Volley with friends and good music, all day long!

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PROGRAM

Let’s enjoy Dubai again

BVAW will be back to share with you the most incredible program around the World starting by the amazing DUBAI with our partner ESPERIA

Let’s have fun!

Program BVAW DUBAI 2023
13th to 19th February
including trainings & tournaments

with our partner

 

Sunday 12 February

ARRIVAL DAY

21.00

WELCOME DINNER TOGETHER (Meal not included in the package)

Monday 13 February

8.00 – 8.30

BREAKFAST AT HOTEL RESTAURANT (Breakfast not included in the package)

9.00 – 10.30

GROUP A MORNING TRAINING SESSION AT BEACH COURTS

10.30 – 12.00

GROUP B MORNING TRAINING SESSION AT BEACH COURTS

12.30 – 16.30

FREE TIME TO LUNCH AND RELAX

16.30 – 18:00

GROUP A AFTERNOON TRAINING SESSION AT BEACH COURTS

18.00 – 19.30

GROUP B AFTERNOON TRAINING SESSION AT BEACH COURTS

19:30

Special complimentary aperitivo

21:30

DINNER AT HOTEL RESTAURANT (Meal not included in the package)

– FREE PLAY AT THE BEACH COURTS (schedule will be set up by our Partner)

Tuesday 14 February

8.00 – 8.30

BREAKFAST AT HOTEL RESTAURANT (Breakfast not included in the package)

9.00 – 10.30

GROUP B MORNING TRAINING SESSION AT BEACH COURTS

10.30 – 12.00

GROUP A MORNING TRAINING SESSION AT BEACH COURTS

12.30 – 16.30

FREE TIME TO LUNCH AND RELAX

16.30 – 18:00

GROUP B AFTERNOON TRAINING SESSION AT BEACH COURTS

18.00 – 19.30

GROUP A AFTERNOON TRAINING SESSION AT BEACH COURTS

21:00 

FREE TIME

– FREE PLAY AT THE BEACH COURTS (schedule will be set up by our Partner)

Wednesday 15 February

8.00 – 8.30

BREAKFAST AT HOTEL RESTAURANT (Breakfast not included in the package)

9.00 – 11.00

GROUP A MORNING TRAINING SESSION AT BEACH COURTS

11.00 – 13.00

GROUP B MORNING TRAINING SESSION AT BEACH COURTS

13.30 – 22.00

FREE TIME

OPTIONAL EXCURSION TO THE DUNES – DINNER AT DESERT

OR OPTIONAL ABU DAHBI VISIT

– FREE PLAY AT THE BEACH COURTS (schedule will be set up by our Partner)

Thursday 16 February

8.00 – 8.30

BREAKFAST AT HOTEL RESTAURANT (Breakfast not included in the package)

9.00 – 11.00

GROUP B MORNING TRAINING SESSION AT BEACH COURTS

11.00 – 13.00

GROUP A MORNING TRAINING SESSION AT BEACH COURTS

13.00 – 16.30

FREE TIME TO LUNCH AND RELAX

17.00 – 22.00

FREE TIME

OPTIONAL VISIT DUBAI by NIGHT

– FREE PLAY AT THE BEACH COURTS (schedule will be set up by our Partner)

Friday 17 february

9.00 – 10.30

GROUP B MORNING TRAINING SESSION AT BEACH COURTS 

10:30 – 12.00

GROUP A MORNING TRAINING SESSION AT BEACH COURTS

12.30 Teams check in

13.00 – 17:30

TOP of THE STARS CHALLENGE – Women & Men

(King and Queen of the court format)

18:30 – 22.30

FREE TIME – OPTIONAL VISIT TO THE MUSEUM OF THE FUTURE

22.30 CHILL OUT AT MADINAT JUMEIRAH (Drinks not included in the package)

Saturday 18 February

9:00 Teams Check in

9.00 – 13:00

2X2 WOMEN & 2X2 MEN (GROUPS FASE)

13:00`FREE TIME TO LUNCH AND RELAX

14:00 – 18:00

2X2 WOMEN & 2X2 MEN (SINGLE ELIMINATION FASE)

GOLD & SILVER tournaments

20:30

DINNER TOGETHER (Meal not included in the package)

22.30

DUBAI NIGHTLIFE (Drinks not included in the package)

Sunday 19 February

9:30 – 16.30

2X2 WOMEN & 2X2 MEN (FINAL PHASE)

17.00

AWARDING CEREMONY

20:30

DINNER TOGETHER (Meal not included in the package)

22.30

CHILL OUT AT MADINAT JUMEIRAH (Drinks not included in the package)

 

What do we include ?

3 Hours training per day
Women / Men / Mixed tournaments
2 chill out parties
Free play (schedule will be set up by our Partner)
1 technical shirt
Water during training and tournament

OPTIONAL (not included in the price – attendance will be collected in a second step of the registration) :
Tourism Activities
– Desert Dinner
– Dubai nightlife
– Dubai museum of the future visit

Hotel DISCOUNT
We will help you with 4 stars Hotel discount from the online rates

NB : The BVAW Dubai is confirmed upon reaching a minimum number of 20 participants

We highly recommends you to take a travel insurance (including travel cancelation) 

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Let’s BVAW again in Dubai

 

DISCOVER DUBAI

Once a small fishing village in the Arabian Gulf, Dubai is today one of the most cosmopolitan cities in the world. One of the seven emirates that make up the United Arab Emirates, Dubai is home to nearly 200 nationalities and offers a truly memorable experience to all visitors. Whether it is by the banks of the Creek, or at the top of the Burj Khalifa, the world’s tallest building, Dubai lives and breathes a sense of possibility and innovation. And with an unparalleled coastline, beautiful desert and magnificent cityscapes, memories are just waiting to be made here.

OPTIONAL AMAZING ACTIVITIES

DESERT EXPERIENCE – The desert is still an important part of the cultural and local heritage of Dubai and the United Arab Emirates. Modern Emiratis are evidently descended from the Bedouins, who once roamed the desert from oasis to oasis. The city of Dubai is completely built in the desert, unfortunately there is no more desert space with dunes. To visit the Dubai Desert, therefore, you will have to drive a few kilometers out of the city to see the real desert. For travelers, this experience can be cultural or simply be a great opportunity to admire unique natural landscapes. There are various ways to visit the Dubai desert, let’s find out about the sets!

MUSEUM OF THE FUTUREThe Museum of the Future welcomes people of all ages to see, touch, and shape our shared future. Go on a journey through possible futures and bring hope and knowledge back to the present.

VISIT ABU DAHBIExplore Abu Dhabi on this trip from Dubai. Enjoy a guided tour of the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque and visit sights like Yas Island, the Yas Mall, and the traditional Heritage Village.

HOTEL SOLUTIONS

SPECIAL BVAW discount from the online rates – discount code will be revealed once you have finalized your registration

GETTING READY

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Resources

BVAW rules!

PARTICIPATION CONDITIONS

We ask all participants to read these terms, which will be continually updated and supplemented.

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GENERAL RULES

You need to be a BVAW member to participate. If you’re not, you can always apply for a year membership on the BVAW Sky.

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PLAYER RULES

Our tournaments are amateur and consequently, the spirit that must distinguish the competitions is the one of friendship.

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How to arrive

Flying is certainly the best way to reach Dubai from India. The Dubai International Airport is huge and reputed to be the busiest in UAE. The airport offers numerous conveniences to travellers and receives flights from all over the world. Emirates, Dubai’s official airlines operates flights to more than a 100 destinations throughout the world. The other airlines are FlyDubai and Etihad.

There are several direct flights to Dubai from Indian cities like New Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Chennai etc as it is a popular destination. Air India, Spicejet, IndiGo are some of the airlines that fly to Dubai regularly. Apart from Dubai Airport, another option would be to fly into Sharjah International Airport which operates Air Arabia. Sharjah is extremely close to Dubai and you can take a taxi to Dubai for just Dh 50.

Indian citizens have to apply for a visa to visit Dubai and there are certain criteria that need to be met. So do make sure everything is in order before you book your tickets.

Dubai Airport is well-connected to the city and is just 5 kms away. You can choose to take a bus, taxi or the underground Metro. Public transport is easily available but if you are travelling with children, or older people who get tired easily, it’s best to book a taxi because if you use any of the other options, you’ll have to walk a little distance. It might not be easy with little travellers and especially if you have luggage with you.

Dubai Airport bus and Metro are some of the convenient and cost-effective ways to get into the city although Metro is not available at night.

LOCAL TRANSPORTATION

Local transport in Dubai is well-planned and offers a number of options to move around locally in the city. Here are some of the best ways to travel locally so that you don’t miss out on seeing key attractions in the city.

Do note:

  • Avoid travelling during the peak traffic hours of 7 am to 10 am and 4 pm to 7 pm as far as possible as you will most likely be stuck in traffic and face a lot of delays.
  • Dubai is quite hot, so the heat might just dazzle you if you’re not used to it. Avoid walking around anywhere, especially on the roads. Unless there’s a zebra crossing, don’t cross any road because you could get heavy fines if you’re caught. 
  • If you’re planning to stay for a few days, it makes sense to buy a NoI card as it will make it easy for you to move around.
  • Weekends in Dubai are Fridays and Saturdays, so expect to see a fair bit of traffic on these days. and also check out the things to do in Dubai
  • Do make sure you follow the rules displayed in every form of transportation, such as no eating or drinking. You could be fined heavily if you are seen breaking these rules.
By Metro

One of the most popular and convenient ways to travel around the city is by Metro. Barely ten years since it started services, it has quickly replaced all other forms of transport for several residents and even tourists who understand the conveniences that it offers. The Metro connects the city across different lines and it’s fast and comfortable. However, the drawback is that you will probably need to take a taxi to the nearest Metro in order to make your journey. Metro lines are connected directly to some of the famed spots such as the Dubai Mall etc.

By Water Bus

People rely on the water buses to take them from Dubai to Deira or vice versa as it is safe, convenient and economical. These are air-conditioned, comfortable and safe but are also known to be quite noisy.

Palm Monorails

Palm Jumeirah has its own set of attractions like The Atlantis and if you want to have the best view of these, then take the Palm Monorails, which are elevated driverless trains that connect you from Dubai Marina to Palm Jumeirah. These are privately owned and thus, rather expensive than most other forms of transport.

By Taxi

Taxis can be found everywhere and are still the most convenient way to get around in the city. However, taxis tend to be expensive too. They are well-maintained and have polite and friendly drivers. The computerised system calculates the fare and do remember, you have to pay the fare using cash as you can’t use the NoI cards here. Taxis are safe and convenient even late at night, but the fares can be quite exorbitant.

By Bus

Buses in Dubai run every 15 minutes and connect travellers to most of the important landmarks and tourist spots of the city. They are comfortable and convenient, although you might need to remember that their frequency is lesser on Fridays. Buses are a great way to see the city and if you choose the special sightseeing buses, you’ll be able to visit several attractions and the live commentary makes it all the more interesting. Some of these include a free Dhow cruise or even admission to the Dubai Museum. The main bus stations are at Al Karama and Al Ghubaiba. 

Despite the popularity of other forms of public transport, buses remain popular because of their reach into deeper localities. A good idea would be to get a NoI card which can be used across metros, trams, waterbuses and buses. Some of these can even be used for intercity buses near Dubai. These are available at most major bus stations, online portals and RTA offices and can be purchased for a nominal amount and topped up accordingly. There are four classes for these cards, with varying prices based on your specific requirements. In fact, one can travel on buses only with NoI cards and cash is not allowed.

Dubai Abra

If you are adventurous enough and don’t have any water sickness, then you can try the Dubai Abra which traverses the Dubai creek in an open boat. It’s likely to be the cheapest transportation in Dubai with fares being as low as AED1.

By Trams

Relatively new on the public transport scene are the Dubai Trams which can be found in the Dubai Marina districts typically. The trams are slow and not really a good way to get around the city, but more of a way to enjoy the sights. There are also amazing Dubai Tour Packages to choose from, here at Thomas Cook

TRAVEL insurance

Please check the following before you undergo any travel to Dubai:

1. Ensure you meet entry visa requirements to visit the UAE. You can check if you need a visa here.

2. Ensure you have medical travel insurance with international coverage.

3. We highly recommends you to take a travel insurance (including healthcare & travel cancelation) 

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February 13th to 19th

Let’s meet again at the amazing Dubai where anything is possible

to Beach Volley with friends and good music, all day long!

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