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 The UAE was created as a federation and became a unified independent sovereign state in 1971. Dubai is the second largest of the seven Emirates which make up the United Arab Emirates and ranks as the country’s leading commercial centre. Abu Dhabi, which is the federal capital, Sharjah, Ajman, Umm Al Quwain, Ras Al Khaimah and Fujairah are the other six emirates.
The United Arab Emirates is situated at the eastern side of the Arabian Peninsula, bordering Saudi Arabia and the Sultanate Oman, and with coastlines on both the Arabian Gulf and the Gulf of Oman. The United Arab Emirates is a young country, formed in 1971 from seven formerly independent states, each with its own unique character and personality but yet united with a common goal and destiny- situated from west to east - Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Sharjah, Ajman, Umm Al Quwain, Ras Al Khaimah and Fujairah. Abu Dhabi is by far the largest emirate, occupying over 80% of the country.
Being literally crime-free is not the only thing that makes the United Arab Emirates one of the most attractive places to live in. Its amazing amalgamation of the traditional values of the East and the modern technologies of the West, being a melting pot of various nationalities and cultures living together and working in harmony and a standard of living that is comparable to the world's most advanced nations makes it one of 20th century's success stories.
From Wind Towers to Towering Skyscrapers, the UAE has a unique blend of traditional Arab, Islamic values and culture with the modernity of a cosmopolitan living environment. Its massive oil wealth discovered in Abu Dhabi in 1958, is being wisely utilized to keep pace with technology and social changes the world is experiencing. As a result, tourists will find the UAE a modern country with thriving sky scraper filled cities no different from modern cities in Europe or Asia.
UAE is a total Tourist Experience of Unlimited Sun, Sand, Sports and Shopping, with its friendly, helpful and generous people. Its naturally desert climate and its convenient location in the Arabian Gulf have endowed it with warm seas and cozy beaches. Together with a booming economy, where trade and tourism are encouraged, it also makes for the ultimate shopping destination. Its state-of-the-art tourist infrastructure with numerous world-class hotels, sports events and shopping spectaculars held annually, ensures its position as the Middle East's number one tourist destination. The UAE has become a much sought after venue for conferences, regional and international exhibitions and major sports events such as the Dubai World Cup, the Dubai Desert Classic Golf Tournament, and polo and cricket competitions.

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The United Arab Emirates is situated at the eastern side of the Arabian Peninsula, bordering Saudi Arabia and the Sultanate Oman, and with coastlines on both the Arabian Gulf and the Gulf of Oman. The United Arab Emirates is a young country, formed in 1971 from seven formerly independent states, each with its own unique character and personality but yet united with a common goal and destiny- situated from west to east - Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Sharjah, Ajman, Umm Al Quwain, Ras Al Khaimah and Fujairah. Abu Dhabi is by far the largest emirate, occupying over 80% of the country.

Being literally crime-free is not the only thing that makes the United Arab Emirates one of the most attractive places to live in. Its amazing amalgamation of the traditional values of the East and the modern technologies of the West, being a melting pot of various nationalities and cultures living together and working in harmony and a standard of living that is comparable to the world's most advanced nations makes it one of 20th century's success stories.

From Wind Towers to Towering Skyscrapers, the UAE has a unique blend of traditional Arab, Islamic values and culture with the modernity of a cosmopolitan living environment. Its massive oil wealth discovered in Abu Dhabi in 1958, is being wisely utilized to keep pace with technology and social changes the world is experiencing. As a result, tourists will find the UAE a modern country with thriving sky scraper filled cities no different from modern cities in Europe or Asia.

UAE is a total Tourist Experience of Unlimited Sun, Sand, Sports and Shopping, with its friendly, helpful and generous people. Its naturally desert climate and its convenient location in the Arabian Gulf have endowed it with warm seas and cozy beaches. Together with a booming economy, where trade and tourism are encouraged, it also makes for the ultimate shopping destination. Its state-of-the-art tourist infrastructure with numerous world-class hotels, sports events and shopping spectaculars held annually, ensures its position as the Middle East's number one tourist destination. The UAE has become a much sought after venue for conferences, regional and international exhibitions and major sports events such as the Dubai World Cup, the Dubai Desert Classic Golf Tournament, and polo and cricket competitions.
  • Population: 8 million
  • Official language: Arabic
  • Other spoken languages: English & Hindi
  • Religion: 96% Muslim, Hindu, Christian, 4% other
  • Area: 83600 sqkm
  • Climate: Sub-tropical
  • Capital: Abu Dhabi
  • Government type: Federation of seven Emirates
  • National day: 02 December
  • Local time: GMT + 4 hours
  • Day off: Friday
  • Official Holidays : 01 January, 02 December, Islamic New Year (Muslim Holiday date not fixed), Prophet Mohammed’s Birthday (Muslim Holiday date not fixed), Al Isra’ (Muslim Holiday date not fixed), Al Fitr (Muslim Holidays date not fixed), Adha (Muslim holiday date not fixed)
These religious holidays are based on Gregorian dates of the Islamic calendar, which is as per lunar observations.

Practical Information:

Money. The official currency is the Dirham. Most currencies can be freely converted in Dubai and you will find money exchange companies all over Dubai. Exchange houses are open from 8:30 am to 1:00 pm and from 4.30 pm to 8.30 pm. One US dollar equals 3.65 UAE Dirhams • Payment cards: All major credit cards are accepted in Dubai, including Visa, MasterCard, American Express, and Diners Club etc. Most establishments accept credit cards, though at some of the smaller ones you will get slightly better prices if you pay in cash • Automatic bank tellers: Withdrawal can be made from any automatic bank teller found in any region of the country • Traveler's checks: they can be exchanged mainly in banks and exchange shops.

Health. Medical care in UAE is well known for its quality. Hospitals, clinics and well supplied pharmacies can be found in all towns • No particular vaccine is required to visit the country.

Security. Being literally crime-free is not the only thing that makes the United Arab Emirates one of the most attractive places to live in. It is quite a safe country for visitors to venture out, either by Taxi or on foot.

Bargaining. Bargaining is expected in the souk and it’s quite usual elsewhere. Vendors will usually drop the price and often quite substantially, particularly for a cash sale.

Food. All type of cuisines can be found in UAE. As well as international fare on offer in many to class restaurants and hotels, visitors are encouraged to sample the delicious local and regional dishes such as hummus, salads, fresh pastries, rice dishes and grilled meats. Pork however does not feature on Arabic menus, as its consumption is forbidden in Islam. Restaurants catering to non Muslims do serve pork.

Alcohol. Alcohol is permitted in Dubai & Abu Dhabi and its served in hotel restaurants and bars but, with a few exception (e.g. Some clubs and associations), is not for sale elsewhere.

Tipping. Tipping practices are similar to the rest of the world. Taxi driver do not accept a tip, but will appreciate a little extra. In restaurants 10% is considered adequate if service is excluded.

Weather. UAE has a sub-tropical arid climate. Temperatures range from 10 to 30 degrees C in winter and can reach as high as 48 degrees in summer. Rainfall is predominantly in winter and amounts to some 13cm annually.

Languages. The official language is Arabic, but English is widely spoken and hotels have staff speaking a wide range of other major European languages (German, Russian..). Hindi and Urdu are also widely used

Water. Tap water is quite safe to drink. But locally bottled mineral water is generally served in hotels and restaurants..

Clothing. Lightweight summer clothing is suitable most of the year, but some slightly warmer garments may be needed for the winter months, especially in the evenings. When visiting hotels, restaurants, shopping malls and cinemas it is also a good idea to take a sweater or cardigan as the air conditioning can be a little cold.
The attitude to dress in U.A.E is relaxed, but for visitors (men as well as women) should show respect for local culture and customs in public places by avoiding excessively revealing clothing.

Photography. Photography of military installations, government buildings, airports and other sensitive locations is prohibited. Photography of local women without their permission is not permitted

Telephone. The telephone network operated by the national telecommunication organization ETISALAT is superb: local calls are free and direct dialling is available to 150 countries. The international dial code for UAE is +971. Cheap rates for international direct calls apply from 9 p.m. to 7 a.m. and all day on Fridays and public holidays. Pay phones, both card and coin operated, are located throughout the UAE. Phone cards for local use are usually available from ETISALAT offices, supermarkets, pharmacies etc. Coin operated phones take Dh1 and 50 fils. GSM services are available and the mobile phone code within the UAE is 050. ‘Speak Easy’ is a GSM mobile service for those visitors and tourists who cannot use their own mobile phones in the UAE. You can either buy a new mobile phone and purchase a temporary SIM card or use your own handset with a temporary card.

Post. Emirates Post (EmPost) runs an efficient postal system with red post collection boxes dotted throughout the cities and towns. Mail is usually collected morning and evening. Stamps can be purchased and post mailed from your hotel. Express postal facilities are also available at post offices. In general, post office opening hours are from 8 a.m.–1 p.m. and 4 p.m.–7 p.m. Sunday to Wednesday. Closed Fridays and saturday. 8 a.m. –12 noon on Public Holidays, but closed on the first day of Eid holidays.

Telecommunications. Staying in touch is easy. Telecommunications are excellent and mobile phone reception generally good in the main population centers. Most major hotels offer internet connection.

Electricity. The electricity supply in Abu Dhabi is 220/240 volts at 50 Hz. The socket type is the square three pin system (as used in UK), and most hotels will have adapters for different kinds of plugs.

Transportation. Dubai is a spacious city with one of the most modern highways, roads and traffic systems in the region. Driving is on the right hand side of the road. Taxis are easily obtainable in Dubai. The Dubai Transport Corporation's ivory coloured cabs are fitted with fare meters. Driving licenses issued by some overseas governments may be exchanged for a Dubai license. Where reciprocal arrangements do not exist, it is necessary to take a driving test to obtain a license.

Business days. All Government offices are closed on Friday & Saturday. Many private sector companies have their weekend on Thursday and Friday or Friday and Saturday. Shops and supermarkets are open seven days a week, though on Fridays they start business after the afternoon prayers.


Good to know:
The duty free allowance for each visitor entering the country is 2000 cigarettes or 400 cigars of 2kg of tobacco, a reasonable amount of perfume, and, for non Muslim adults, two liters of spirits and two liters of wine. Visitors are not charged customs duty on personal effects they bring into Abu Dhabi.
During the Holy month of Ramadan, visitors are expected to refrain from eating, drinking and smoking in public places during the daylight hours. However, most private hotel restaurants stay open for business to cater to their guests. The exact time of Ramadan depends on the sighting of the moon.

 
About Dubai
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The Middle East is becoming an increasingly popular stopover destination for those travelling to The Indian Ocean, as well as being a fantastic destination in its own right. The Arabian delights of Dubai, long sandy beaches reaching down to the clear blue waters of the Arabian Gulf, superb shopping malls and souks, championship golf courses, spectacular desert and mountain landscapes - Dubai has become the ultimate tourist destination in the Middle East. It is a place of striking contrasts where modern sophistication meets in a fascinating blend of old and new, where East meets West. The emirate of Dubai is synonymous with humongous as it continues to build the first, largest and the biggest constructions in the world. Dubai’s dynamics are always transient and ever-changing with its constant urge to construct something better and bigger than the previous. If there was a Palm Island, Nakheel thought of the World Island. Burj Al Arab seemed too timid when Burj Khalifa cropped up, distancing itself to being a loner in the crowd. Dubai constantly dwells in a suppressive competition with itself trying to magnetize tourists to a dreamy world of attractions and unheard of luxuries. The emirate’s scoring points lie in its entrepreneurial abilities to create the inconceivable found in its tourist attractions, landmarks, shopping centres, nightlife and hotels. Although it strictly safeguards its traditional practices, it allows space for other religions to breathe, a rare quality amongst the conservative Arab world. Thankfully, it has been successful in shielding itself from extremism, much-needed for it to survive..

Burj Al Arab
Everyone dreams of staying at the Burj Al-Arab, the most extravagant hotel in the world. However, world’s first seven star hotel developed by Jumeirah Hotels & Resorts chooses its customers and not vice versa. Burj Al Arab’s billowing sail enjoys being a focus of public attention with its glittery gold interiors, ultra-spacious suites and the heightened level of luxury offered.

Palm Islands
When innovation meets hard work, the resuls are astounding as seen at the Palm Islands in Dubai, an ambitious project visualized by Nakheel Properties, these man-made islands were constructed to accommodate the ever-growing tourist influx in Dubai. Shaped to resemble a palm tree, the Palm Trilogy defines everyday luxury living.

The World Islands
Envisioned by Nakheel Properties, the ones behind the Palm Trilogy, the World Islands share the same idea of creating man made islands for luxury residential purposes. When photographed from above the islands resemble the world and each island is the country within it. The development will give rise to hotel properties and residential buildings, an opportunity enough to further Dubai’s tourism.

Ski Dubai
The words winter and desert are diametrically opposite yet Dubai manages it by constructing a Ski resort inside the Mall of Emirates, the largest mall in the world. Featuring 22,500-square metres of ski area covered in snow all year round, the indoor ski resort features various ski jump slopes and play areas to entertain children and adults alike.

Burj Khalifa
When it comes to Dubai constructions, the sky is the limit in the literal sense of the word. Presently, Burj Khalifa tops the list for the tallest skyscraper in the world at a height of 2,717 ft. Part of the new development called Downtown Dubai, the tower is the address to the most elite hotels, shopping centres, residences and offices in the world.

Dubai Internet City
State-of-the-art facilities and Dubai go together as Dubai Internet City proves its effectiveness as the most strategic and cost effective platform for ICT companies aiming to capture global markets. In fact, DIC is one of the few designated areas to offer 100 percent tax exemption business ownership.

Deira Clocktower
A major landmark in Dubai, Deira Clocktower has been a silent witness to the city’s changing faces when it was built in 1963 to mark the country’s first oil exports. Also referred to as Dubai Clocktower, it stands at the gateway of Maktoum Bridge, one of the significant constructions in Dubai Creek linking Bur Dubai and Deira.

Dubai Marina
Located in what is known as “new Dubai”, Dubai Marina is a man-made canal city built to encourage luxurious lifestyles through exclusive waterfront constructions along the Persian Gulf shoreline. These include swanky hotels, aristocratic residential palaces and extravagant shopping and entertainment centres.

Sheikh Zayed Road
No description of Dubai would be complete without the mention of Sheikh Zayed Road. A section of the longest highway in UAE stretching from Abu Dhabi to Ras Al Khaimah, the E 11 is known as the Sheikh Zayed Road in Dubai. Named after Sheikh Maktoum bin Rashid Al Maktoum, the then Ruler of Dubai, Sheikh Zayed Road is home to many properties and skyscrapers including Burj Khalifa, Emirates Towers and other elite hotels.
  
Dubai Excursions
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DMC Arabia has selected the most popular sites and activities in UAE:
On December 2, 1971 the United Arab Emirates has been established as an independent federal state including seven emirates, abu Dhabi, Dubai, Sharjah, Ras Al Khaimah, Ajman Umm Al Quwan and Fujairah. The UAE Federation is a part of the Arab world linked to it by ties of religion, language, history and Joint destiny and the UAE people is a part of the Arab nation where Islam is its religion and Islamic Sharia is the main source of Legislation and the Official language is Arabic. Some of the places you must explore like Dubai city, Burj Khalifa & Musical fountains, Desert Safari, Dhow Cruise, Burj Al Arab, Golf Experience, Wild Wadi, Bedouin camps, East Coast, Hatta Safari, Sharjah, Deep Sea Fishing, Dubai and the Future, Helicopter Ride, Camel Caravan, Stable Polo Club, Mall of the Emirates.

DUBAI sites and activities

Dubai City Tour;

Dubai City Tour

You will have the opportunity to discover the spectacular and lively metropolis of Dubai. The city, developed from a small fishing village at the Dubai Creek, nowadays presents itself as a glamorous metropolis at the Arabian Gulf. The distinctive skyscrapers and gigantic shopping-malls will impress every visitor. Our visit starts with Bastakyia, the old town district of Dubai. Learn everything about the local history and geography of the city when visiting the Dubai museum, located in the ancient fortress of Al-Fahidi. Another highlight will follow: you will use the local water taxis, called “Abras”, to cross the Dubai Creek. Enjoy the spectacular view of the city while heading towards the district of Deira. Here you will be enchanted by the large variety of exotic spices in the famous Spice Souk. Take the chance to get a unique and affordable souvenir when you visit the adjacent Gold Souk. Then proceed to Jumeirah area for a photo stop of the awe-inspiring Grand Mosque of Jumeirah. Built in the medieval Fatimid tradition, this stone structure is a tribute to modern Islamic architecture. Stop for a photo stop of Burj Al Arab hotel, the famous iconic hotel in Dubai and continue to Atlantis hotel located at crescent of Palm Jumeirah. Before returning to your hotel, we pass by the region of Burj Khalifa, the world's tallest tower and the centerpiece of the Gulf region's most prestigious urban development to date. Burj Khalifa radiate out in a series of ellipses from the sky breaking tower encompassing residential, commercial, hotel, entertainment and the world's largest shopping mall “Dubai Mall”. With more than 1,200 stores and a host of world-class attractions; the Middle East region’s first Galeries Lafayette department store, France’s leading fashion house and one of the top 100 global retailers.


Burj Khalifa & the Musical Fountains

Burj Khalifa

Burj Khalifa is at the heart of Dubai and its people; the centre for the World’s finest shopping, dining and entertainment. Starting the tour at Dubai Mall, the largest in the region, we walk past the Dubai Aquarium and on to Souk Al Bahar, a modern mall themed as a traditional Arabian marketplace, located within the Burj Khalifa development. The highest point of Burj Khaleefa experience is the view from At The Top, Burj Khalifa’s Observation Desk. Located on level 124 of the World’s tallest tower, this observatory is destined to be the highlight of any visit to the middle east. The journey begins in the lower ground level of The Dubai Mall. Throughout the journey to the top, visitors are entertained by a multi-media presentation of the exotic history of Dubai and the marvel of Burj Khalifa. A standard visit to At the Top lasts approximately 45 to 60 minutes, allowing ample time for you to relax and enjoy the Dubai skyline at your leisure. (Note: Time of operation is subject to availability of tickets)


Desert Safari with BBQ Dinner   

Desert Safari with BBQ Dinner

Traveling across the deserts of Dubai in a 4x4 vehicle. You will enjoy several photo stops during an exciting dune drive .The drive continues across the desert where you will have the opportunity to witness a beautiful desert sunset, one of the highlights of a trip to the Arabian deserts. In the evening enjoy a delicious BBQ dinner with entertainment.



Dhow Cruise Dinner   

Dhow Cruise Dinner
For a fabulous relaxing evening join our traditional Arabian dhow for an evening's cruise on the Creek. Enjoy a sumptuous feast of Arabic and International cuisine while gently gliding past illuminated souks, banks and palaces. Pickup from hotel starts from 07:00 pm onwards.


Burj Al Arab Dinner   

Burj Al Arab Dinner

Burj Al Arab, Designed to resemble a billowing sail, the hotel soars to a height of 321 meters, dominating the Dubai coastline. At night, it offers an unforgettable sight, surrounded by choreographed color sculptures of water and fire. This all-suite hotel reflects the finest that the world has to offer. Spectacular, luxurious and adventurous are the keywords here. Recognized as one of the top ten best hotel restaurants in the world. Dinner will be served in 'Al Iwan Restaurant' located in the heart of the world’s tallest atrium, flanked by golden columns and adjacent to the lobby fountain is Al Iwan. You can enjoy a taste of the finest Arabic cuisine


Golf experience    

Golf experience

Both professional and amateur players will enjoy world-class golf at any of the UAE’s championship courses.
The Emirates Golf Club is renowned for its spectacular courses and the clubhouse. Its five lakes, the intricate Majlis course and the first grass course in the Middle East pose many challenges to players. Players can test their expertise against the natural contours of the desert in the Wadi course.
Nad Al Sheba Club’s floodlit, links-style, 18-hole, par 71 course is set in and around a camel and horse racetrack. The undulating hills, the deep pot bunkers and large lakes, are open to desert winds and call for accuracy as a measure of skill.
The Montgomerie has been designed by Colin Montgomerie in association with Desmond Muirhead and managed by Troon Golf. The par 72 golf course spans 200 acres, offers 7,308 yards of golf and features holes that vary from the classic to the truly original. The scale of this course is a sheer challenge to golfers of all levels.
The Al Badia Golf Course is at the heart of the Dubai Festival City project, overlooking the spectacular Dubai skyline. A well-sculpted 18-hole championship course, it incorporates eleven lakes, ponds and lush greens. The course promises a challenge for seasoned golfers. A boutique Golf Villa overlooks the golf course and provides executive services and facilities.


WILD WADI Adventure   

WILD WADI Adventure

Splash out at the wildest water park ever. Wild Wadi combines giant rock formations and tropical vegetation to create a dramatic visual re-creation of the mountain peaks and deep wadis of the Hajar Mountains.
Designed like an Arabian wadi (oasis), the park has an Arabian folklore theme and features some of the highest and fastest water rides outside of North America with 24 state of the art, high-adrenaline rides and slides. Rides for thrill seekers include Jumeirah Sceirah, a 108ft (33m) free-fall at 50 miles per hour (80km/hr), Master Blaster slides that are water roller coasters propelled uphill by high-powered jets, the white-knuckle ride at Rushdown Ravine or the high waves at Breakers Bay. For a more relaxing view of the park, jump into a hoop and float gently down Lazy River. At Breakers Bay you’ll encounter one-and-a-half-meter-high waves. All will love the shallow pools, the cool water jets and mini slides and there are safety vests and professional lifeguards keeping constant vigil over them. Flood River creates sudden river rapids and unannounced surges and waves and is definitely for the daring, while Flow Riders™ offers the ultimate surfing experience.


An evening in a Bedouin Camp

An evening in a Bedouin camp

We will board our luxury 4x4 vehicles and afterwards we drive through the unique adventure of the desert to reach the camp in the middle of the desert.
Then we will feel the real experience of Arabia and Bedouin life. We will go through the dunes of the desert. We will experience the thrilling roller-coaster rides on the sand dunes and watch the beautiful sunset before arriving to the “BEDOUIN VILLAGE camp” –a place that is practically in the middle of nowhere and where you can have unique insights into the Bedouin life. Enjoy the different activities on site:
-Take a short camel ride: A desert without camels? No camels are for the desert what cars are for the city. Everyone will have to experience the ride … The animals are great; they have been well prepared so everyone can benefit of the ride. Camels are said to be God’s gift to Bedouins. People in the early days used the camels either for trading or for transporting goods from one place to another. Journeys were always done in groups known as caravans.
-Around the fire, dress in traditional Bedouin robe, sip the aromatic Arabic coffee or tea and try the hubbly-bubbly and henna painting around a fortune teller : A special activity for the most lazy. A memorable experience and great pictures of this “A la mode” way of life in the middle of the desert.
-Watch the falcon show: A unique experience. Falcons are being the pride of the Emiratis. Many people devote fortunes raising falcons and many competitions are being organized just for falcons.
-Experience Sand surfing: Sand surfing, using a snowboard, on the silken dunes of the UAE is an experience you’ll recall for years after you are back home. If the sheer downhill slide sends your adrenaline racing, the climb back up the sandy slope could prove an ordeal if you aren’t your physical fittest. Sand surfing has become the favorite of sport lovers both for its innovativeness and safety, as a fall only means a soft and warm embrace of the sand. With practice you become less conscious of the sport itself and begin to enjoy the wind in your face as you speed down


East Coast Tour

East Coast Tour

This explored jewel of Arabia is a destination waiting to be discovered. The Hajar Mountains are rising majestically on the way east and you will see valleys running down the sea. All the way you can spot ancient forts and castles and little palm groves, which are spending shadow to the cattle.
The tour begins with a drive through the lush oasis of Al Dhaid, renowned for its fruit and vegetable plantations. Then onto Masafi, and the picturesque Hajar mountains before reaching the village of Dibba, for a wander around the small port. The drive continues along the coast, through fishing villages. During your lunch break enjoy a relaxing swim in the Indian Ocean. We will stop at the Badiya Mosque, UAE’s oldest place of worship. It is also known as the “Ottoman Mosque”, which shows a unique design with four small domes held up by a massive central pillar


Safari to HATTA

Safari to HATTA

We will drive in our 4x4 vehicles to the 200 year old village of Hatta-which is located in the rough Hajar Mountains. After an early departure, we proceed along the road until we reach the mountains. There you will have an adventurous drive trough the rocky landscape, an hour or so of rough driving can be rewarded by scenes of great and unexpected beauty as we pass big and small Wadis and we cross lush landscape, which is surrounding the small settlements and villages deep in the mountains. We will explore the Wadis and dry river beds, which are flooded after winter rains from the Hajar Mountains.
A swim in one of those Wadis will give you nice refreshment in the winter month. Later you can take a visit to the restored 16th century Hatta Fort, before getting your lunch in this exceptional scenery. Then will enter the desert to experience some of its exciting activities, we will drive over the dunes ,then we will:
-Experience Sand surfing: Sand surfing, using a snowboard, on the silken dunes of the UAE is an experience you’ll recall for years after you are back home. If the sheer downhill slide sends your adrenaline racing, the climb back up the sandy slope could prove an ordeal if you aren’t your physical fittest. Sand surfing has become the favorite of sport lovers both for its innovativeness and safety, as a fall only means a soft and warm embrace of the sand. With practice you become less conscious of the sport itself and begin to enjoy the wind in your face as you speed down
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-Experience Quads in the Desert: For the first time in Dubai, you will experience the most exiting Desert Tour on a two seated Quad Bikes. Cross the undulating sand dunes and enjoy the breathtaking view from the top of the dunes. Our experienced desert leader will lead you through. If you cannot drive the Quad Bike you can sit with the driver and enjoy the ride.
Wear long pants, and expect to get dirty. Wear good shoes, no sandals. Protective equipment is included.
Afterwards on the way back to Dubai we stop at one of those popular street markets, where you can find local carpets and potteries.


Tour of SHARJAH

Tour of SHARJAH

Explore Sharjah’s rich cultural heritage with a walking tour of this intriguing city. Our tour begins with a photo opportunity at Mohammed Al Qassimi Mosque followed by a stroll along the creek, past the colorful dhows laden with goods from Iran.
Cross over to the Iranian market before our next stop at the creative Art’s House, followed by the Old Souk - part of Sharjah’s original settlement, offering a rich variety of spices, nuts, dates, household goods and the shisha. We continue along streets lined with exotic perfumes and ethnic garments to reach Sharjah Art Museum.
Next we stop by the ancient Al Hisn Fort and the nearby Al Arsah Souk where you can browse through souvenir shops. Leaving the souk we visit some old homes of local people, which are now renovated and exhibit traditional jewelers, costumes and cosmetics, giving you a glimpse of the local way of life in the past. Your coach meets you at this point to bring you back to your hotel.


Deep Sea Fishing

Deep Sea Fishing

For those of you interested in the deep blue sea, we take you deep sea fishing. Departure is from the is from the creek of Dubai or from the Dubai Creek Golf & Yacht Club. The fishing trip lasts for about 4 hours. The crew is well experienced in the gulf waters and sport fishing. The Coast craft is equipped with 4 trawling fishing rods & 8 bottom Fishing lines. Bait for fishing is also provided.


DUBAI and the FUTURE

DUBAI and the FUTURE

The vision for Dubai takes shape as new developments come to fruition
This tour gives you the chance to view the most developing city in the planet: The Dubai of tomorrow. We will visit the head offices ongoing unparalleled projects:
Dubai Festival City: This project will be completed in 2011, a true waterfront city offering shopping, living, leisure and working opportunities. Stretching 4 km along the historic Creek, Dubai Festival City is a blend of land and water distinguished by canals, waterfalls, pools and fountains.
Business Bay: will be completed in 2007, it 's a new commercial and business cluster that will be located along a new extension of the Dubai Creek. Covering 64 million square feet, the new initiative will provide a highly conducive environment and infrastructure for business from around the world to establish their local, regional and international headquarters.
Dubai Marina: will be completed in 2008,it is amongst the world's largest master planned waterfront development of its kind, a "city within a city" able to accommodate over 150000.
Dubai Healthcare city: This project will be completed in 2010 as a part of Dubai's 2010 strategic vision; the 1.8 billion Healthcare City will transform Dubai into a global hub for specialized healthcare and a center for medical education and research.
Dubai Waterfront: it's an unprecedented 81 million metres square of mixed-use landmark development, bigger than Manhattan and Beirut. It will serve as the gateway to the Arabian Canal and is located on the last remaining coastal waterfront in the Emirates. It will feature 100 different waterfront developments and over 150 master planned communities and investment opportunities.
The Palm Island: it involves the creation of the world's largest three manmade islands known as The Palm, Jumeirah 2007, The Palm , Jebel Ali 2008 and The Palm, Deira 2009. Located just off the coast of the city of Dubai in the United Arab Emirates, the three palm tree shaped islands are expected to contribute to the city's position as a premier global tourist destination.
The World: a group of 300 islands in the shape of the world map is also breaking ground above the waves with potential for investors to develop exclusive resorts, with again a 2008/9 timeframe for opening.
Dubai Exhibition City: To be completed in phases by 2020, the three-million square metres Exhibition City, within the Jebel Ali Airport City, will be the world's largest in terms of display space, halls and offices. It will have facilities including hotels, restaurants, residential apartments, ect…
Burj Khalifa: In 2008, The Burj will be the world's tallest tower and the centerpiece of the Gulf region's most prestigious urban development to date. Burj Khalifa will radiate out in a series of ellipses from the skybreaking tower encompassing residential, commercial, hotel, entertainment and the world's largest shopping mall.
But undoubtedly, the biggie will be Dubailand, with an estimated investment of more than 18 billion. Divided into six themed worlds and comprising over 200 individual projects, Dubailand will feature state-of-the-art sporting facilities, theme parks, eco-tourism resorts, museums, galleries, spas and stunning shopping and recreation venues.
Dubai Sports city: will be completed in 2008, it encompasses an area of 50 million square feet and is situated within the mega Dubailand project. It will bring together a unique combination of sports, lifestyle, leisure entertainment, commerce and enterprise.
Dubai Pearl Development: Surrounded by Dubai's dynamic Technology and Media Free Zone, renowned for its innovation, opportunity and prosperity, the Dubai Pearl Development offers a convenient address for living and business.
We will see models of these astonishing projects, receive a full presentation, have the chance to see prototype models of accommodation and find out more about the exiting business future of the Emirates with a trip to Internet and Media City. We will of course add more stops as this city reaches the future constantly.
More, bigger, better – developments in Dubai will continue to roll off the dream machine.



Helicopter Ride

Helicopter Ride

A thrilling and exciting way to view Dubai’s scintillating sites. Fly for a panoramic birds eye view. See the sparkling oceans, pristine beaches and magnificent sand dunes from up above. This experience is sure to leave you breathless.
The ideal view of Dubai is …from the sky! The Helicopter takes off near “City Centre Shopping Mall”, and flies over the Dubai Marine Beach Hotel, shows in its integrity and magnificence. On the way back a different aspect of the city will appear when flying over flying over Sheikh Zayed Road the skyline of the modern Dubai. The contrast of different styles of Dubai will be even clearer when overlooking the life over the creek before landing.


Understanding Islam Tour

Understanding Islam Tour

An opportunity to visit one of the largest and most beautiful mosques in Dubai. Generally, non-Muslims are not permitted to enter a mosque; however staff of the Sheikh Mohammed Centre for Cultural Understanding (SMCCU) has been given special permission to conduct information sessions within the Jumeirah Grand Mosque as they strive to bring different cultures closer together by promoting mutual understanding and acceptance. The Jumeirah Grand Mosque is the first and only mosque in the United Arab Emirates to open its doors to non-Muslims. It has been doing this since 1998 under the supervision of the SMCCU Director, Abdullah bin Essa Al Serkal, a prominent UAE National.
The Jumeirah Grand Mosque was built by order of His Highness Sheikh Rashid bin Saeed Al Maktoum, the late ruler of Dubai. Construction of the mosque began in 1975 and was completed in 1978. The mosque was built in the Islamic Fatimy style, with one large central dome, four smaller domes and two minarets. The mosque has the capacity to house 1,200 people for prayer.
This unique tour will enable participants to learn about the ‘five pillars’ of Islam, the Emirati culture and its traditions. The last part of the visit is dedicated to a Question & Answer session in which guests are encouraged to ask any questions they may have relating to Islam and the Arab culture in a free and open forum. Participants are reminded that a special dress code applies. Men must wear long trousers. Women must have their heads, arms and legs covered when in a mosque. For those who do not have a head covering, scarves will be provided.


Night in the Desert - Camel Caravan

Night in the Desert - Camel Caravan

Today will give you the experience of traveling in the former Bedouin times. Camels are said to be God’s gift to Bedouins. People in the early days used the camels either for trading or for transporting goods from one place to another. Journeys were always done in groups known as caravans. Camels endure the strong winds of the desert; therefore they are also named as the “ships of the desert “.Their ability and strength to go far distances for a long time without food and water made these wonderful creatures so valuable and a part of the Arabic tradition.
With a 4x4 car you will reach the Bedouin village camp, from where the camel caravan is departing. Board on the “ship of the desert” and enjoy a unique journey trough the fascinating desert. From the top of the camel you will have wonderful views around. After a while the caravan will stop in the middle of the desert and the transported tea, coffee and small sweets will be served to you.
Afterwards…You arrive to our camp in the middle of the desert. A tent will be built up for you in the desert and you can experience how the Bedouins prepare their dinner in the desert. Enjoy this simple natural way of life in the middle of nowhere, far from any civilization, electricity or facility of our modern lives. After this traditional dinner you can listen to the old Bedouin stories around a warm fire. A unique experience!
Later sleep under the desert stars. In the morning a small breakfast will be served to you, before the camels are bringing you back to the Bedouin camp.
After refreshment the 4x4 cars bring you back to Dubai.
Afterwards, back to the camp and you will be brought back by 4x4 to Dubai…


STABLE TOUR AT THE POLO CLUB

STABLE TOUR AT THE POLO CLUB

Launched officially in April 2006, the Dubai Polo and Equestrain Club has already become the heart of equestrian activity amongst residents in Dubai as well as visitors to the city. The Club hosts local and international Polo events at two Polo fields and a practice field.
The riding, show jumping and dressage arenas take place in sandplast areanas considered to be the best in the region.
There are 336 air-conditioned stables and an international standard exercise track where the horses are kept in top form. The Club House, designed as a distinctive Spanish ‘hacienda’, provides Members and guests with a wide variety of prestigious of dining, leisure, business and entertainment options.
Guests will have the chance to watch the horses on their normal routine (i.e. washing, cleaning, feeding, walking over etc..), visit the stables and take a tour in the Club with a guide. Breakfast is served at the terrace facing the riding arena.
SKI in the Desert & Shopping tour


SHOPPING AT THE MALL OF THE EMIRATES

SHOPPING AT THE MALL OF THE EMIRATES

Dubai has a well deserved reputation as the craziest place on Earth. You will discover the only Alpine skiing slope with real snow in the middle of the desert.
Yes it is unique!
It is located at the Emirates Mall.
The “Emirates Mall” the largest mall in the UAE today: The Mall of the Emirates is a shopping mall in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. It is currently the largest shopping mall in the Middle East, although the Dubai Mall, which is currently under construction by Emaar, will assume this status upon completion. ""Mall of the Emirates"" contains approximately 2.4 million square feet of shops and the entire mall forms a total of approximately 6.5 million square feet. In a global perspective, the World's largest shopping mall, the South China Mall in Dongguan-China, contains approximately 7.1 million square feet of shopping space in a complex that totals approximately 9.6 million square feet.
Although it features the usual amenities for a mall (a fourteen-screen movie theater, a gaming arena, a typical slew of stores, and a soon-to-be-completed dramatic theater), its biggest claim to fame is the Middle East'sfirst indoor ski slope, Ski Dubai. With the ski area, one of the largest in the world, the Mall of the Emirates seeks to differentiate itself from the dozen or so other newly completed malls in Dubai and the surrounding emirates. The mall officially opened in late November, 2005 with the inauguration of the ski area, although it had already been in operation for several weeks. It is located in the Al Barsha area of Dubai.

Ice Ski
Dubai Hotels
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UAE's hotels selection – Best for MICE

Kurban Tours has selected some of the best hotels in UAE. Many others are available and we love to do business with them. However, this small selection will give you the appetite on the quality available in UAE.


DUBAI hotels best selection for MICE

Rixos the Palm Dubai - www.rixos.com

Rixos the Palm Dubai

Kempinski the Palm Dubai - www.kempinski.com

Kempinski the Palm Dubai

Raffles Hotel Dubai - www.raffles.com

Raffles Hotel Dubai

Melia Hotel Dubai - www.melia-dubai.com

Melia Hotel Dubai

Armani Hotel Dubai - www.dubai.armanihotels.com

Armani Hotel Dubai

Atlantis the Palm Hotel Dubai - www.atlantisthepalm.com

Atlantis the Palm Hotel Dubai

Desert Palm Hotel Dubai - www.desertpalm.peraquum.com

Desert Palm Hotel Dubai

Habtoor Grand Hotel, Dubai - www.grandjumeirah.habtoorhotels.com

Habtoor Grand Hotel, Dubai


About Abu Dhabi
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Sub Destination

Welcome to Abu Dhabi, where luxury and style are infused with traditional values of hospitality and respect. Where sunny weather, tranquil beaches, lush oases, vibrant city life, and a mixture of culture and traditions come together to create a holiday experience like no other. Explore the emirate’s old souqs, sip a fragrant Arabic coffee, ride the dunes on an exhilarating desert safari, or dive into a dazzling marine life - there is something for everyone in Abu Dhabi.

With the oil predicted to run out sometime after 2100 AD, you’d forgive Abu Dhabi for wanting to just sit pretty and count the money. But this attractive, green and distinctly Arab city just appears to be hitting its stride. While not as cosmopolitan or as sophisticated as Dubai, The emirate of Abu Dhabi is huge by comparison to the other emirates, comprising almost 87% of the country’s total area. Just as 50 years ago Abu Dhabi was little more than a fishing village comprising a fort, a few coral buildings and a smattering of barasti huts, the rest of the emirate is very ‘Arabian Sands’ with its enigmatic empty desert, dotted with oases such as Al-Ain and Liwa. While the ruling Al-Nahyan family may have become rich from what lies beneath, you get the sense that their connection to the desert and the sea is something that remains more important than petrodollars.

Abu Dhabi-Shoppers Paradise

The White Fort: Al-Hosn Palace, is also known as the Old Fort or the White Fort.It is the oldest building in the city being built in the late 19th century. The palace was the residence of the erstwhile ruling family.Al Hosn Palace is much noted for its courtyard and the tile work over the main gate. Today the interior of the Al Hosn Palace has been renovated and totally modernized. The Palace now houses the Cultural Foundation, which run the Documentation and Research Center and organises exhibitions that are held here displaying traditional artifacts and photographs.

The Heritage Village: The new Heritage Village on the Breakwater which is an area of reclaimed land off the main Abu Dhabi island, provides a taste of life before the oil era. Its displays offer an insight into Bedouin life, as well as courtyard houses, wind towers and an example of the ancient irrigation system used in the region's oases. In different workshops craftsmen and women demonstrate traditional skills and the museum has displays of garments, coins, Holy Qurans, diving equipment, jewellery and weaponry from a bygone era.

The Cultural Foundation: The Cultural Foundation located in the Khalidiya street is the cultural hub of the city.It is housed in a modern building of traditional Islamic architectural design with arched columns, elaborate courtyards, manicured gardens and intricately carved doorways. It stages weekly cultural events, meetings, cinema, lectures, film festivals, theaters apart from being the home to the National library and archives.

The Corniche: The Corniche stretches almost 6km along the beach front.It is a park-lined coastal boulevard that skirts the city, with a backdrop of modern buildings facing the sea.Built by the ruler of Abu Dhabi, Sheikh Zayed Bin Sultan Al Nahyan, with its beach front location, lush greenery, paved walkways and beautiful fountains and gardens it is one of the most picturesque sites in Abu Dhabi.At any time of the day one can fine visitors enjoying witrh their families or strolling or jogging.

Breakwater: Towards the western side of The Corniche is the breakwater which is and area of reclaimed land off the main Abu Dhabi island connected to the Corniche by a causeway. This place features the Heritage village, luxury shopping malls, Arabic cafes and restaurants along the waterfront and is always busy with tourists any time of the day.

Liwa Oasis:About 3 hours drive from the city of Abu Dhabi is Liwa, which is an oasis area sitting right on the edge of The Rub Al Khali ( Empty Quarter) which is the largest sand desert in the world (having more sand than any other desert in the world. There is a palace and a 5 star hotel in the area. The area has plenty of freshwater pools and date plantations, and is the home to the Bani Yas tribe, the Bedouin ancestors of Abu Dhabi's ruling family. Camel tours of the Liwa dunes and overnight camping are also organised here.

Al bateen: Located on the western side of The Corniche is Al Bateen which has the Bateen shipyard where the ancient art of dhow building is worth a visit. There a plenty of lush green gardens too in this area which are enjoyable.

Al Ain: Al Ain, the Garden City of the UAE, has an abundance of greenery with well-maintained parks and gardens and is the second largest city of the UAE. Situated just 148 km east of the capital Al Ain is a historical city dating back to 4 millennium BC. Its attractions include the Al Ain National Museum, the Al Ain Palace Museum, several restored forts and the Hili archaeological site, dating back to the Bronze Age (2500-2000BC).Al Ain is the most fertile region of the country supporting plantations and small farms.Jabel Hafit is a steep mountain overlooking the city and rising to 1340 feet. Mineral springs at the base of this mountain and sunset scenes from the top of the mountain are mostly popular.Al Ain also has a zoo and an aquarium which are worth a visit. Qattarah Oasis situated at the edge of Al Ain is noted for its archaeological sites.



 
ABU DHABI Excursions
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UAE's sites & activities

Kurban Tours has selected the most popular sites and activities in UAE:
On December 2, 1971 the United Arab Emirates has been established as an independent federal state including seven emirates, abu Dhabi, Dubai, Sharjah, Ras Al Khaimah, Ajman Umm Al Quwan and Fujairah. The UAE Federation is a part of the Arab world linked to it by ties of religion, language, history and Joint destiny and the UAE people is a part of the Arab nation where Islam is its religion and Islamic Sharia is the main source of Legislation and the Official language is Arabic. Some of the places you must explore like Dubai city, Burj Khalifa & Musical fountains, Desert Safari, Dhow Cruise, Burj Al Arab, Golf Experience, Wild Wadi, Bedouin camps, East Coast, Hatta Safari, Sharjah, Deep Sea Fishing, Dubai and the Future, Helicopter Ride, Camel Caravan, Stable Polo Club, Mall of the Emirates.



ABU DHABI sites and activities


Abu Dhabi is the Capital of the UAE, and the largest of the seven Emirates, constituting over 85% of the nation's total land area. Abu Dhabi possesses 10% of the world's oil 5% of its gas reserves, and produces 90% of oil in the U.A.E. The generated income has been purposely invested to create a first class infrastructure and flourishing modern metropolis.At the same time great effort has been taken to protect Abu Dhabi's natural scenic beauty and to preserve the authentic spirit of Arabia. Some of the places you must explore like Ferrari World at Yas Island, Abu Dhabi City, Desert Safari, Helicopter ride, Saadiyat Island, Dhow Cruise, Liwa Safari, Al Ain Zoo

ABU DHABI Tour   

ABU DHABI Tour

This comprehensive tour is the ideal introduction to the UAE capital and the island on which it stands. Departing early morning, we include a visit to the fishing harbor and the dhow yard, where these sturdy vessels are still built in the traditional way, before continuing to the Heritage Village, which houses a small museum and depicts the traditional daily activities of the Arab community prior to the discovery of oil.
In this city of dramatic contrasts, we look at the ancient, renovated Al Husn Fort and the Abu Dhabi Cultural Foundation. From here we drive along the spectacular Corniche, the beautiful Volcano Fountain, past gleaming white mosques, glass-clad offices and elegant high-rise apartments to the tip of the breakwater for a superb view of the city’s magnificent skyline.


Desert Safari with BBQ Dinner   

Desert Safari with BBQ Dinner

During the afternoon part of your safari, you will discover the true desert of Abu Dhabi. After an exciting drive over the sand dunes, we will visit a camel farm and watch the sunset from the dunes. Our journey will continue until we reach our traditional Arabic camp, and there you will have the opportunity to try a host of activities like henna painting, belly dancing, Shisha, the Arabic sweets and coffee significant to Bedouin culture. After sunset, a BBQ dinner will be served under the starlit sky, with live entertainment to ensure you have a night to remember. You will also be treated to traditional Arabic hospitality, with Arabic coffee and dates served as they have been for centuries and continue to be served in Emirati homes today.


Helicopter tour of Abu Dhabi   

Helicopter tour of Abu Dhabi

Travel in one of the luxury Helicopters departing from Abu Dhabi covering Giant Flag Pole, The Corniche, Lulu Island, Port Zayed, and Emirates Palace & Marina Mall.


Ferrari World Yas Island tour   

Ferrari World Yas Island tour

Ferrari World Abu Dhabi is located on Yas Island, a 25km² destinations, which is situated just 30 minutes and 50 minutes respectively from Abu Dhabi and Dubai Marina. The park will host over 20 state-of-the-art attractions, each designed to bring various facets of the Ferrari story to life. You’ll see Maranello from Enzo’s eyes, feel the rush of speed as the G-force takes over, or learn from the legends themselves in the factory or at the pit stop. It’s not just a park but an immersive experience that will spark the Ferrari spirit inside you. Featured attractions include the world’s fastest rollercoaster, reaching speeds of up to 240 km/h, emulating the feeling of being in a Ferrari F1 car, G-force experience taking passengers on an adrenaline-pumping ride up over 62m, through the roof and back down again, State-of-the-art racing simulators as those used by the Ferrari racing team, Flume ride journey through the heart of a Ferrari 599 engine Driving and Racing school for junior drivers, with expert training, Aerial voyage over Italy following a Ferrari etc..


Dhow Cruise Dinner   

Dhow Cruise Dinner

A Dinner cruise on a wonderful wooden dhow ─ built in the time-honored manner but with every comfort included ─ is a romantic way of spending an evening. Cruise along the moonlit creek while viewing the brilliantly-illuminated skyline. Enjoy a sumptuous buffet dinner served with a taste of local delicacies.


Liwa 4x4 Safari   

Liwa 4x4 Safari

The drive down to the incredible Oasis of Liwa will take approximately four hours. Enjoy the magnificent and absolutely aweinspiring golden dunes of the world-famous, legendary “Rub Al Khali” ─ widely known as the 'Empty Quarter', - the largest desert in the Arabian Peninsula. You will then be able to enjoy lunch in a local guest house before leaving the peace of the desert and returning to the hustle of the city.


Yas Water World   

Yas Water World

Spread over 15 hectares, the waterpark will feature a thrilling range of 43 rides, slides and attractions. Four rides will be one-of-a-kind rides that have never been seen in a waterpark. Yas Waterworld Abu Dhabi's theme is based on a legend that represents local Emirati culture and heritage. Visitors will be able to enjoy attractions that follow the adventures of the waterpark's main character Dana – a young Emirati girl in search of a legendary pearl that brought prosperity to her village. Building on the legend, the park will have a unique pearl diving attraction that showcases the role pearl diving played in the UAE’s rich history. Thrilling range of 43 rides, slides and attractions for the whole family! Have fun with friends and family in themed zones that are based on the legend of the lost pearl and the adventures of Dana.

The Legend of Lost Pearl    
Many years ago, the divers of an idyllic village known as Qaryat Al Jewana discovered a giant pearl. It was rumoured that this was the mother of all pearls, which would bring good luck and bountiful harvests and indeed the village prospered and life was good. One day, a fierce shamal blew in from the deserts and the pearl vanished in the storm. However, the legend of the mystic pearl survived and the villagers believed that it would return when they were in greatest need.
Many years passed since the pearl disappeared and the village divers face hardships because of depleting pearls and plundering by bandits and pirates. A little village girl, called Dana, is determined to find the lost pearl and bring prosperity back to the village. Dana ventures into the desert with greedy bandits following her path. With few clues on where to begin her search, will Dana find the lost pearl…?


AL AIN Tour   

AL AIN Tour

The road from Abu Dhabi takes you through rolling desert before reaching Al Ain, dramatically situated at 100 Km from Abu dhabi, against the mountain backdrop of the 1300-metre-high Jebel Hafit. For thousands of years the oasis of Al Ain has been an important caravan stop on the ancient trade routes across Arabia. Our first visit will be to the museum with interesting displays depicting local traditions, culture and the Bedouin lifestyle, as well as exhibits from the 2,500-year-old Mesopotamian burial site nearby.

The tour continues to the camel market and then on to Mahda Oasis to see the 2,000-year-old Falaj system feeding the date gardens. We stop for lunch, before continuing to Al Ain Palace Museum, the old residential complex of the late Sheikh Zayed, and then return to Abu Dhabi.


 
Abu Dhabi Hotels
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The Ritz Carlton Abu Dhabi - www.ritzcarlton.com

Ritz Carlton Abu Dhabi

Hyatt Capital Gate Abu Dhabi – www.abudhabi.capitalgate.hyatt.com

Hyatt Capital Gate Abu Dhabi


Sofitel Corniche Abu Dhabi – www.sofitel.com

Sofitel Corniche Abu Dhabi


Eastern Mangroves Hotel Abu Dhabi – www.abu-dhabi.anantara.com

Eastern Mangroves Hotel Abu Dhabi

St. Regis Saadiyat Island Resort Abu Dhabi – www.stregissaadiyatisland.com

St. Regis Saadiyat Island Resort Abu Dhabi

Park Hyatt Hotel Abu Dhabi – www.abudhabi.park.hyatt.com

Park Hyatt Hotel Abu Dhabi

Rocco Forte Hotel Abu Dhabi – www.roccofortehotels.com

Rocco Forte Hotel Abu Dhabi

Jumeirah at Etihad Towers – www.jumeirah.com

Jumeirah at Etihad Towers
 
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