We shall meet you at your place of stay. It could either be your Hotel Lobby, residence in Dubai or Shopping mall in Dubai. We shall then proceed with our tour with a luxurious vehicle tailor made to comfortably transport to people. The car is spacious, impeccably clean and powered by a strong air conditioner.
Our English speaking personal tour guide shall warmly welcome you. You shall also be provided with a bottle of sparkling mineral water.
Jabel Ali Port
We Pass by Jebel Ali Port, the biggest man-made port in the world on our way from Dubai to Abu Dhabi
Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque
The world’s third largest mosque Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque this great landmark, The mosque accommodates more than 40,000 worshippers; 10,000 in the internal areas and 30,000 in the external areas.
There were more than 38 contractors and thousands of workers involved with completing the structure and decoration. Materials were also sourced from many countries including Greece, Italy, Germany, China, Austria, India and New Zealand to name a few.
Heritage Village is a reconstruction of a traditional oasis village provides an interesting glimpse into the emirate’s past. Traditional aspects of the desert way of life, including a campfire with coffee pots, a goats’ hair tent, and a falaj irrigation system, are attractively displayed in the open museum.
There are workshops where craftsmen demonstrate traditional skills, such as metal work and pottery, while women sit weaving and spinning. The craftsmen are happy to share their skills, and may occasionally give you the chance to try them out. The little spice shop is a treat – you can get a range of dried herbs, handmade soap and plenty of chatter.
The Emirates Palace Hotel is Abu Dhabis premier residence and one of the finest hotels in the world. The hotel was completed in 2005 and is owned by the Abu Dhabi government.
The Emirates Palace occupies 850,000m of floor space. Underground parking provides housing for 2,500 vehicles. There are two swimming pools, two spas and the hotel has its own marina and helipad. When completed the Emirates Palace was the most expensive hotel ever built, costing 11 billion AED.
The hotel has 302 rooms and 92 suites. The cost of staying begins at $400 per night for a Coral Room, whilst The Palace Grand Suite (7319 square feet) is the most expensive at $11,500 per night. The topmost floor has six rulers suites which are only offered to top level officials visiting the UAE.
sheikh khalifa palace
We will pass by Sheikh Khalifa Palace, Sheikh Khalifa president of United Arab Emirates & Ruler of Abu Dhabi.
We will pass by The Corniche Road, spreads across an impressive eight kilometers of manicured waterfront that includes children’s play areas, separate cycle and pedestrian pathways, cafés and restaurants, and the Corniche Beach – a lifeguarded beach park..
Ferrari World Abu Dhabi
It’s fast and furious fun for all ages at Ferrari World Abu Dhabi – the world’s first Ferrari theme park and the largest attraction of its kind. The park tells the Ferrari story with passion and excitement through more than 20 exhilarating and educational rides and attractions, interactive shopping and authentic Italian dining experiences.
Beneath its huge, iconic red roof, attractions include: Formula Rossa, the world’s fastest roller coaster, reaching speeds of 240 km ph; Galleria Ferrari, the world’s largest Ferrari gallery outside Maranello with an interactive display of cars from 1947 through to the present; Speed of Magic, a fantastic 4-D adventure through deep green jungles, icy caves and ravines and to the mouth of a fiery volcano. Those wanting to start their Ferrari World Abu Dhabi experience in top gear will get their adrenaline fix at G-Force blasting through the red roof, before dropping from a hair-raising height of 62 meters.
Finally as our tour comes to an end and you have had your fill of fun and sight-seeing, we will drop you off safely to your residence or hotel lobby, whichever may be your location of stay we picked you from.