This full-day tour provides an overview of the UAE capital and the island on which it is located. Your tour guide will meet you in the lobby of your Dubai hotel at 08:30 and you’ll head off to Abu Dhabi.
Visit Saadiyat, the famous man-made island. Along with numerous hotels, it will be home to a cultural center that will include museums such as the Louvre Abu Dhabi and the Guggenheim.
Next you’ll head to the Corniche, an Arabic word which refers to a headland formed at land's end. Enjoy views of this delightful spot developed alongside the beautiful cliffs.
Admire the exterior of the Emirates Palace Hotel, sited on a private beach. Outside the hotel you’ll be able to enjoy panoramic views of the Corniche as well.
Then it’s time to enjoy some shopping at Abu Dhabi Central Souk, a market that’s popular among both locals and visitors. An indoor souk was built to provide an authentic Arabic experience. Long corridors, balconies, courtyards, alleyways, and small shops combined with deep, musky scents provide the experience of being in old Arabia. You’ll find a mix of shops featuring jewelry, fashion, gifts, and more.
Take a break for lunch at a traditional restaurant and enjoy the tastes of local foods.
After lunch, you’ll drive to Sheikh Zayed Mosque, one of the largest mosques in the world, with a capacity of over 30,000 worshippers. The building is completely clad in marble and features numerous intricate Islamic decorations.
Spend some free time shopping at Yas Mall, located 20 minutes from downtown Abu Dhabi and just 10 minutes from the Abu Dhabi International Airport. Before heading back to Dubai, you’ll also see the Formula 1 circuit and Ferrari World.
Visit Sheikh Zayed Mosque, one of the largest mosques in the world
Marvel at the beautiful Emirates Palace
Explore Central Souk for an authentic Arabic experience
Enjoy a photo stop at Ferrari World
Important to Know
Please note that pick-ups are scheduled between 08:00 and 08:30, and this may vary by up to 15 minutes according to traffic.
There is a dress code for the Sheikh Zayed Mosque that requires modest, conservative, loose-fitting clothing, and long sleeves, long skirts, and trousers.