Intersection the Dubai Creek by vessel is a well known method of transport for a large number of the city’s inhabitants and visitors.
The pontoons utilized are little mechanized water taxis called abras. They can hold around twenty individuals and offer the least expensive and quickest methods for going among Deira and Bur Dubai. Disregard costly, private travels, this is the genuine method to see the Creek.
Dubai Creek Abra Routes
Mechanized abras right now employ two primary courses over the Dubai Creek. There are four stations; two on the Deira side, toward the north of the Creek, and two on the southern Bur Dubai side.
Mechanized abras as of now handles two fundamental courses over the Dubai Creek. There are four stations; two on the Deira side, toward the north of the Creek, and two on the southern Bur Dubai side.
Highway 1 goes from Deira Old Souk Abra Station (close to the Spice Souk) to Bur Dubai Abra Station (only west of the Old Souk). The Dubai Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) course code is CR1.
Highway 2 runs from Sabkha Abra Station (only southwest of Baniyas Square) to Dubai Old Souk Abra Station (at the Old Souk). This is the busier of the two courses, representing around 70 percent of abra rides. The RTA administration code is CR2
Abras on Route 1 work each day of the week from 5 am to 12 PM while those on Route 2 offer a 24-hour administration. There are around 150 pontoons working the courses with takeoffs each couple of minutes during top occasions.
The passage for a customary abra ride is only 1 dirham. The value is an outright deal. It is paid to the abra driver. No tickets are given.
On the off chance that you need a customized journey it’s likewise conceivable to sanction an abra constantly. No reserving is required. Simply turn up at any station and address a driver.