Al Ain Full Day Tour From Abu Dhabi
Al Ain, the traditional seat of the Sheikhs, is perhaps the most folkloric of the main cities in the UAE, a corner of the world that encompasses old culture and tradition within the city's daily life till the present day. It is in this beautiful oasis that you will be able to experience desert life in all its glory.
Embrace all the rich culture that this city has to offer by joining our excursion which will take you to the Al Ain National Museum as well as the Sheikh Zayed Palace Museum. Learn more about ancient Emirati customs and traditions as you later visit the camel race track and the livestock market.
The wealth of culture to be found in this formerly vital desert trading centre includes bazaars that date back to the 18th century, where you can watch the heated bargaining and debates at the camel market. Following this, we will head to Jebel Hafeet, a great mountain overlooking the incredible beauty of Al Ain city.
We will explore the Hot Springs situated at the foot of the mountain, which are abundantly found throughout the region, and from which the water is said to have mysterious, magical healing power. To end the tour, we will have lunch in a luxurious hotel where you will be able to sample local dishes from the region before heading back to Abu Dhabi.
- Al Ain National Museum
- Camel race track
- Jebel Hafeet & Hot springs
- Camel market
- Scheduling: Shared Tour
- Languages offered on the Activity / Tour: English, German, French, Italian, Spanish
- Duration: 8 hours
- Printed Voucher Accepted
- Pick-up servicePick up from your hotel in Abu Dhabi.
- Easy CancellationCancel up to 72 hours in advance for a full refund.
- Instant Confirmation
- Cut-off TimeAvailable to be booked until 12 hours before the tour starts. We reserve the option to confirm the tour or not due to availability.
- Entrance Fees
- Lunch in a luxurious hotel with soft drinks
- English speaking guide
- Audioguide headsets
- Alcoholic beverages
- Any expense of personal nature
- Women visiting the Mosque are required to cover their head with a scarf and we ask that you do not wear shorts, beachwear or sleeveless outfits and be fully covered. Men visiting the Mosque should wear long trousers.
- Schedules are likely to change during the Holy Month of Ramadan. Please contact us for updates.
- Before photographing any local residents, kindly ask their permission. Photographing of the local woman is strictly prohibited.
- Smoking is prohibited in all our vehicles.