International city, England cluster, Dubai, UAE
Tour starts with your driver-guide pick-up at your residency hotel, followed by a visit to Jumeirah Mosque (from outside). It is fascinating to discover the marvelous architectural style and the rich decoration of the Islamic spirit. Once you have finished your visit, you continue along Jumeirah Beach Road. Continuing on, we will pass the Emirates Towers and Dubai World Trade Center, two of the most iconic buildings of modern Dubai, and then head along Sheikh Zayed Road. Then we'll take a photo stop along Dubai Creek. We also pass by the old windy houses of Al Bastakiyas, which were built by rich traders in the past. The Dubai Museum, located on the ruins of the famous Fahidi Fort, is the next stop. The tour then proceeds to the Abra station, where we will board an Abra (water ferry) to cross the creek to the other side of the creek for a quick shopping tour of Dubai's souks and bazaars. By the end of the tour, you'll be back at your hotel.
Dubai City Tour
Meet your guide at your hotel to drive you on a tour to Al Ain, the "green city", as it is known in the UAE, where we will first see the hili city, which is famous for its green gardens of plants and vegetables. Then we proceed to the camel market to experience the largest gathering of camels, also known as the "boat of the desert," as camels have played an important role in Arabian history and have been utilized as a mode of transportation for long-distance voyages since the early days of Arabia. We then head to the city museum, which is situated next to the old fortress, where we explore even more artifacts of the old Arabian man and his everyday activities. Our next stop will be at Jebel Hafeet, the UAE's highest hill, where we will be able to see the entire city from above and have a one-of-a-kind opportunity to photograph it. Our final visit will be a shopping tour to the city souks to pick up some souvenirs and gifts to reminisce about our amazing journey, after which we will return to Dubai for lodging.
Al Sharjah is one of the seven United Emirates that is renowned for its cultural activities and touch. Our excursion will begin when you meet your guide at your hotel and drive outside of Dubai to the first stop, King Feisal Mosque, which is the state's largest mosque today. Visiting a mosque is a remarkable and once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to marvel at the beauty of Muslim architecture and decorations. Then we go to Sharjah Fort, which was constructed in the early nineteenth century and once served as the royal family's palace. Then we visit the city's museum, which houses fascinating Islamic relics as well as information on Islamic culture in all of its forms. After that, we'll go shopping at Al Arsa Souk, Majarrah Souk, and finally the Blue Mosque, where there are many carpets, jewelry, and Hindi crafts to choose from. Finally, you will go to the Ajman Museum to learn about Ajman's history. Please don't forget to take photos in front of the museum on the east side of the central square in the Al Bustan area. Our guide will assist you in capturing amazing photos in front of the museum. At the end of the excursion, we will return to Dubai.
Sharjah And Ajman
Dubai Shopping Tour
Dubai is not only about the enormous malls; there's a mysterious section of the city only locals know about, and we'll tell you about it throughout our tour! Meet your tour guide at your hotel and begin the journey by visiting the Spice Souk, where you may learn about the native cooking ingredients. Your next trip is a visual treat, and even if you don't buy anything, you'll enjoy browsing the shops in the famous Gold Souk. Then you'll go to Karama, a well-known Indian suburb where you can get the best prices on clothing, watches, and handbags. Because all of the prices are negotiable, you'll have to use your negotiating talents to get a good deal. The final stop will be at a modern shopping mall of your choice, where you can pick up the remaining mementos that you couldn't find anywhere else. However, Dubai's shopping malls, such as the renowned Dubai Mall, one of the world's largest shopping malls, cover a range of entertainment options as well as cafes.
Enjoy a day excursion from Dubai to the state capital of Abu Dhabi, which serves as the official and political capital as well as the residence of the state ruler. The tour begins when you meet your guide at the hotel and drive approximately 170 kilometers south-west of Dubai to the grand mosque of Abu Dhabi, Sheikh Zayed Mosque, where you will see ideal, classical, and modern art lines of Islamic traditional architecture and decoration elements at the mosque façade, while inside you will see marble artworks with woven and decorated carpets (Conservative Clothes Required During Mosque Visit). After that, you'll travel down the city's cornice, passing by the capital's most famous buildings before arriving at Abu Dhabi's most popular attraction, the Emirates Palace hotel, one of Asia's and the Middle East's most luxurious hotels and a favorite venue for royal weddings and celebrities. Once you arrive, there will be a chance for a photo stop. We then proceed to one of the city's malls for some quick shopping. Before returning to Dubai, you will have the opportunity to participate in a 15-minute Photoshop session at Abu Dhabi Ferrari World.
East Coast Trip
Meet your tour guide at your hotel to begin your journey with a stop at the Friday Market, which is centered on the main route into Fujairah and exhibits traditional products such as pottery and rugs. The Bithna Fort, which was erected for security many years ago, will be our next site. Our journey will continue to Fujairah Heritage Village, which depicts traditional living in the Emirates. Traditional dwellings, cooking utensils, farming equipment, and other objects, as well as the Al Yazrah irrigation system, are on display. Following a visit to the Ain Al Madhab Gardens, we travel to Dibba, a picturesque fishing village. ..We'll stop at the Badiya Mosque, the UAE's oldest center of worship, along the way. The "Ottoman Mosque," as it is popularly called, has a distinctive architecture with four modest domes supported by a great central pillar. Climb the hill to observe the two modest watchtowers and the small farms that dot the landscape in this lovely alpine setting. Now we may either take the direct route back to Dubai or take the longer route over the stunning high mountains and back over the northern emirates. You'll return to your accommodation at the end of the day.