The Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque in Abu Dhabi is a remarkable architectural masterpiece. It was built between 1994 and 2007, covering a vast area of more than 12 hectares. Our Abu Dhabi tour packages allow you to explore this magnificent structure, designed to honor the Islamic traditions and showcase the beauty of Islamic art and culture. Admire the world’s largest carpet, spanning an impressive 5,627 square meters, meticulously crafted by skilled artisans. Join us on a tour of Abu Dhabi and experience the grandeur of the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque, a true testament to the vision and legacy of Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan, the late president of the UAE. Book your Abu Dhabi tour package now and embark on an unforgettable journey to this iconic landmark.
Discover the cultural gem of Saadiyat Island in Abu Dhabi with our exclusive Abu Dhabi tour packages. Explore the awe-inspiring Louvre Abu Dhabi, the largest art museum in the Arabian peninsula. Immerse yourself in its vast galleries spanning 8,000 square meters, showcasing a diverse collection of art from around the world. This architectural marvel, operating under a partnership with France, offers a captivating cultural experience. Join us on a journey through the Louvre Abu Dhabi, a testament to the vibrant artistic heritage of Abu Dhabi. Book your Abu Dhabi tour package today and embark on an enriching adventure in this cultural oasis.
Experience the epitome of luxury in Abu Dhabi with our exclusive Abu Dhabi tour packages. Indulge in the opulence of the renowned Emirates Palace, a five-star hotel that has recently come under the management of Mandarin Oriental. This iconic landmark, with its stunning architecture blending Islamic principles and contemporary design, offers a lavish retreat like no other. Undergoing extensive renovations, the Emirates Palace will be transformed into a Mandarin Oriental hotel, ensuring an unparalleled experience for discerning travelers.
Designed by WATG Architects, the skyscraper boasts intricate geometric patterns adorning its main dome and 114 smaller domes, inspired by the hues of the Arabian Desert. Step into a world of grandeur with 390 luxurious accommodations, including suites and residential suites. Marvel at the lavish decor featuring marble and gold accents, while the Rulers’ Suites on the top floor cater exclusively to dignitaries and royalty.
During your Abu Dhabi tour, immerse yourself in the regal ambiance of the Emirates Palace and relish the exceptional services and amenities it offers. Indulge in world-class dining, rejuvenate at the spa, and enjoy the breathtaking views of Abu Dhabi’s skyline and pristine coastline. Book your Abu Dhabi tour package and embark on an unforgettable journey to this luxurious oasis in the heart of the United Arab Emirate
Our Evening Desert Safari is sure to provide you with a memorable experience in the desert! This trip includes a barbecue meal, and it is comprised of a six-hour adventure in the desert in Abu Dhabi. It is an experience that should not be missed by anybody who is traveling to this region of the globe.
Visit a camel farm, go on a dune-bashing excursion, and feel what it’s like to surf on sand with a sandboarding activity. These are just some of the things you can do while you’re in the desert. Following the viewing of the sunset, go to a traditional camp for some dates and coffee to celebrate your arrival. After being refreshed, you will be seated for a delectable BBQ dinner, which will be complemented by a live performance of belly dancing that will keep you entertained. This nighttime desert safari in Abu Dhabi will provide you with an adventure of a lifetime, and you will capture some of the most unforgettable moments of your life along the way.
One of the most significant projects that were started in 1997, Heritage Village can be found in a prime location just next to the breakwater in Abu Dhabi. Although it has a worn-out look, it is one of the few spots in Dubai that may give you a glimpse into the United Arab Emirates’ history before the oil boom. The town is a walled compound that incorporates the most important aspects of traditional Gulf lifestyle. There is a mosque that serves as a reminder of how Islam plays an important role in the everyday lives of people, a fort that wards off attacks from the sea, and a souk that trades in dates and goats.
The Abu Dhabi Heritage Village is under the management of the Emirates Heritage Club. At this timeless oasis, which is located in a postmodern metropolis that has a skyline that is always growing, many aspects of Bedouin culture are brought to life. Those who are interested in learning more about the culture of the Emirati people may come here and be awestruck by the beauty of the Bedouin way of life. Coffee may be found at this location, in addition to traditional tents made of goat hair and demonstrations of the Falaj Irrigation system.
There is a museum in the hamlet that displays the traditions of the Emirati people via artifacts such as handwritten copies of the Quran, real jewelry, and weaponry from earlier eras. Being able to actively participate in activities like as pottery, metallurgy, spinning, and weaving at the Heritage Village transforms your experience there into something very different from that of a just observing tourist.
The city of Al Ain is located on the western side of the Tuwwam area in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. It is also the administrative center of the Al Ain administrative division, which bears its namesake. It has a boundary with the Omani town of Al-Buraimi, which is located inside the Al Buraimi Governorate, to the east. It is the biggest inland city in the Emirates, the fourth-largest city overall (after Dubai, Abu Dhabi, and Sharjah), and the second-largest city in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi. Dubai, Abu Dhabi, and Sharjah are the three major cities in the Emirates. There is a physical triangle in the nation formed by the motorways that link Al-Ain, Abu Dhabi, and Dubai. The distance between each city and the other two is around 81 miles (130 kilometers).
Al Ain can be found around 160 kilometers (99 miles) to the east of Abu Dhabi, the capital of the United Arab Emirates, and approximately 120 kilometers (75 miles) to the south of Dubai.
The area included by the eastern section is roughly 13,100 km2 in size (5,100 sq mi). Abu Dhabi is located to the west, Oman is to the east, Dubai and Sharjah to the north, and the Empty Quarter desert and Saudi Arabia are to the south. Al-Ain has a distinctive landscape that transforms as one moves toward the city’s eastern outskirts.
The Emirates Park Zoo is home to more than 1,700 animals and exhibits more than 250 species, including some that are threatened with extinction. You will be able to indulge in five of your preferred activities or experiences in addition to seeing the different parts of the zoo (such as the Primate Parade, Petting Zoo, and Wildlife Walk) depending on the ticket that you choose for your visit to the zoo. This zoo is an excellent place for you to spend a day of amusement with your loved ones and close companions.
If you’re searching for family-friendly outdoor activities in Abu Dhabi, consider including kayaking in the picturesque Eastern Mangroves as part of your Abu Dhabi tour package. This stunning natural environment offers breathtaking scenery and the opportunity to connect with nature in a unique way. With the growing popularity of nature documentaries like “Our Planet,” more and more people are seeking to explore the diverse biodiversity of the desert.
The Eastern Mangroves, located in the capital city of the UAE, provide a refreshing contrast to the usual sandy landscapes, showcasing unspoiled beauty and rich ecological diversity. Immerse yourself in this tranquil oasis, where kayaking allows you to navigate through the mangrove forests and witness the wonders of nature up close.
To ensure you have a seamless kayaking experience, we have compiled a comprehensive guide that includes essential information about the location, timings, dress code, and other important details. This will help you make the most of your time exploring the Eastern Mangroves and create lasting memories with your loved ones.
The demand for kayaking experiences in the Eastern Mangroves has been steadily increasing in recent years, with numerous tour providers in Abu Dhabi offering these exciting adventures. While specific features may vary depending on the provider, the overall experience promises to be exhilarating and memorable.
Embark on a kayaking adventure in the Eastern Mangroves as part of your Abu Dhabi tour package, and discover the serenity and beauty of this natural haven. Whether you’re a nature enthusiast or simply looking for an outdoor activity the whole family can enjoy, kayaking in the Eastern Mangroves is an ideal choice. Immerse yourself in the tranquility of this unique ecosystem and create unforgettable moments in the heart of Abu Dhabi.
A vacation to Abu Dhabi is not complete without a stop to this bustling shopping center, which has over 400 stores offering a wide variety of goods and even includes a few traditional souk merchants among its tenants.
Next to the main mall is where you’ll find the Madinat Zayed Gold Centre, which is where you can get some of the most exquisite gold, diamond, and pearl jewelry in the United Arab Emirates’ capital city.
In Abu Dhabi, the city that serves as the capital of the United Arab Emirates, the Qasr al-Hosn is not only a historical site but also the oldest stone structure in the city. Mohammed Al Bastaki was the architect who was responsible for its construction in 1761.
Qasr al-Hosn, also known as the White Fort (although it was not originally white in color, it was painted bright white during 1976–1983 renovations), was built in 1761 as a conical watchtower to protect the only freshwater well on Abu Dhabi island. Other names for the structure include Old Fort and Qasr al-Hosn. Later on, in the year 1793, the then-reigning Sheikh, Shakhbut bin Dhiyab Al Nahyan, rebuilt the tower into a small fort. This fort eventually became the permanent abode of the ruling Sheikh. The tower was given its current form after a significant addition was made to it in the late 1930s. This addition was made possible by the profits that were collected for the awarding of the first oil license in Abu Dhabi.
On the natural coastlines of Saadiyat Island is where you’ll find the Saadiyat Public Beach. It stretches out for around 400 meters. Beachgoers may take advantage of the crystal blue seas and white sand coasts to have a relaxing day outside, in addition to participating in a wide variety of water sports and activities. The beach has a fantastic position, since it is right in the middle of the city where all the action is. The fact that there is a charge to enter the beach is justified by the exceptional facilities and services that are provided, which guarantee that guests will have a relaxing and delightful day at the beach.
The city of Abu Dhabi, which serves as the capital of the United Arab Emirates, is home to the Corniche, also known as Corniche Road. The Corniche stretches for a distance of eight kilometers and features children’s play areas, separate cycle and pedestrian pathways, restaurants, and cafés, in addition to the Corniche Beach.
It curves around the western side of the main island that makes up Abu Dhabi and is rich with cycling paths, fountains, and park spaces all along its length. The Corniche was extended and more land was recovered from the ocean during the years 2002 to 2004. During the process, some of the city’s most historic features, including the volcanic fountain and the Abu Dhabi clocktower, were destroyed. People use the section of the Corniche that has substantial sand deposition as a public beach, and some portions of the Corniche have large deposits of sand. Before the 1970s, the area that is now occupied by the Corniche was a beach. Dhows and ships would dock there in order to offload or pick up passengers or goods. At the time, the area that is now known as Mina Zayed had not yet been built.
The Marina Mall is situated just opposite the Corniche and is reachable through a winding road that runs along the breakwater. The United Arab Emirates flag is flown from the Marina Mall flagpole, which is one of the highest in the world and currently holds the record for its height.