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Abu Dhabi City Tour

Abu Dhabi City Tour Packages
Country: United Arab Emirates
City: Abu Dhabi
Duration: 8 Hour(s) - 0 Minute(s)
Tour Category: Full Day Tours

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The capital of the U.A.E. Abu Dhabi translated in Arabic implies father of the gazelle a tribute to the hordes of gazelles and Arabian Oryx's that once flocked the arid emirates desert. Today Abu Dhabi is amongst the world largest producers of oil and one of the richest cities in the Middle East. Our journey begins with a drive past the man made port of Jebel Ali on a two drive to the capital city taking in the desert landscape studded with acacia trees enroute.Our first stop is at the breathtaking Sheikh Zayed Mosque for a photo stop. We then head to the Heritage Village to watch the Bedouins at their workshops. Our route takes us to a scenic drive along the Riviera styled Abu Dhabi Corniche past the intriguing sights of the capital known for its sky scrapers, palaces and villas. We proceed to the Breakwater Island for a lunch break at the Marina Mall. We then stop outside the Emirates Palace hotel and Presidential Palace for a quick photo stop. Entry into the Emirates Palace is strictly subject to availability and require guests to be dressed in smart casuals.


- Jabel Ali Port

- Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque

- Corniche

- Marina Mall

- The Emirates Palace Hotel

- The Presidential Palace.


Timing: The tour starts at 8am and ends at 3pm. Lunch not included.

The hotel pick-up will be confirmed on the previous day.

* Sheikh Zayed Mosque dressing code: 

• Modest, conservative, 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 (these can be provided when you arrive).
• Intimate behaviour; i.e. holding hands or kissing is not acceptable in a Muslim place of worship.
• For safety and respect to worshippers, visitors should stay within the areas of the mosque that are permitted and not roam freely around. Smoking and food are not allowed in the mosque area.
• Visitors are requested not to touch the Holy Quran (Holy Book) and other architectural elements inside the main prayer hall.
• 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.
• Children are to be supervised at all times by parents. Personal safety must be observed at all times.  (Note: The architecture includes several reflective pools and should be avoided at all times by children).


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