The Arabian Jewel - Full day Abu Dhabi Sightseeing
Discover the highlights of Abu Dhabi the Arabian Jewel ! Visit the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque, the Sheikh Zayed Centre and the Heritage Village where you will journey to the past to explore life before oil was discovered.
Explore Abu Dhabi Heritage Village and discover the Emirates' past.
Drive through the beautiful Corniche and Saadiyat islands and enjoy their beauty.
Visit Sheikh Zayed Mosque - one of the largest mosques in the world.
Immortalize you visit with a photo-stop near Ferrari World
Sheikh Zayed grand mosque
Abu Dhabi Skyline
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What to Expect
On arrival from Dubai to Abu Dhabi, the first destination is the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque, one of the largest mosques in the world. The mosque also features an exceptional collection of marble works and the largest carpet in the world designed by Iranian artists.
We discover other highlights of Abu Dhabi, capital of the Emirates, known as the Arabian Jewel. Jebel Ali Port, the biggest man-made port in the world is one of the landmarks that we pass on the way to Abu Dhabi.
We also visit the Sheikh Zayed Centre to get a glimpse into the private life of H.H. Sheikh Zayed, who is often referred as “The Father of the UAE”.
Our next stop is the Heritage Village where we are taken to the past to explore the life before oil was discovered. We drive along the beautiful Corniche and Saadiyat islands and enjoy the scenery. We drive on to Yas-Island while we pass by future home of the Louvre Abu Dhabi, Guggenheim Abu Dhabi, Zayed National Museum and others.
We will have a final photo-stop near Ferrari World before returning back to Dubai.
Hotel pick-up and drop-off by air-conditioned coach.
Languages: the public tour is in English and in German. The guide will speak both languages during the tour.
Mosque Dress Code: No loose fitting clothing; long sleeves, long skirts and trousers. No transparent (see-through) clothing. No shorts for men, No shorts and skirts must be ankle length, No tight clothing, no swimwear and no beachwear. Shoes will be removed before entering the mosque, so we recommend slip off shoes.
Headscarf for ladies is essential (ALL women will be asked to wear a traditional robe (abaya) and headscarf (shayla) before entering the mosque. Guests may wear their own, however, must be closed (not open abayas) and non-transparent.
Delays in hotel pick-up may occur due to traffic conditions or due to other clients en route to your hotel for the public tour