The city that craves to make headlines- Dubai! Is it Burj Khalifa, the tallest tower on the planet or is it the Ferrari World, the world’s biggest theme park that makes you want to visit Dubai? Dubai Tourism is at its boom with the effort it makes to bring in people from all around the globe. The manmade islands, underwater hotels , the desert safaris, the attractions are numerous. We have listed a few out of the many things you could do if you plan a trip with us to this Arabian country of dreams!
Abu Dhabi City Tour & The Ferrari World
The capital city of the U.A.E is distinctly Arab unlike its neighbor Dubai, less sophisticated and yes less traffic jams, a welcome distinction!
Visit the Sheikh Zayed Mosque, a beautiful vision in white, with domes, minarets and courtyards; explore the Heritage Village, an open-air museum that recreates a typical Emirati desert village, with its Bedouin tents and craft demonstrations. Not to miss the glittering Gold Souk and thriving Dates Market; and wander past the beaches and gardens. During the journey, you will be told fascinating tales from the city’s past, about its history and culture. If you have your kids with you , or even if you don’t, you will not want to miss the visit to the Yas Islands and the tour of the world’s biggest theme park, the Ferrari World. A car lover’s dream world, it is sure to leave you a super thrilling experience- from the adrenaline rush to the racing heart to the perspiring palms !!
With markets, forts, museums and a famous date-palm oasis, Al Ain is a breath of fresh air after the frantic pace of Dubai and even Abu Dhabi, both about a two-hour drive away. On the border with Oman, the birthplace of Sheikh Zayed has greatly benefited from his patronage and passion for greening the desert, even garnering the moniker ‘Garden City’. But the desert is never far away: simply drive the winding road up Jebel Hafeet for sweeping views of the arid splendour that is the Empty Quarter. Al Ain itself is an increasingly dynamic place with a couple of excellent museums, an archaeological park, a superb zoo and a relative abundance of greenery.