An interesting landmark before reaching the city of Abu Dhabi is the Jebel Ali Port, the biggest man-made port in the world. We drive through the vast coastal desert. Our first stop – Petroleum Exhibition, learn everything about oil and how it transformed Abu Dhabi from a small fishing village to one of the most modern cities in the world. Admire the skills of local ladies making traditional handicrafts at the Women's Handicraft Center. Delve into their culture and traditions at the Heritage Village. These tourist spots are open until 12 midday only. Just a short drive will take us to Al Hosn Palace originally built in 1793 and the only palace open to the public.
Abu Dhabi is the largest of the seven emirates and the Federal capital of the United Arab Emirates. It constitutes nearly 86.7% of the nation's total land area including nearly 200 islands. Its long coastline was once the world's best water for pearling. Abu Dhabi is the first Emirate to export oil from the Umm Shaif offshore field in 1962. This newfound prosperity is clearly reflected in its modern infrastructure, shopping complexes, luxurious hotels, impressive skyline, parks and gardens and recently developed tourist attractions. As you enter the city, acacia trees lined the streets and today over 120 million trees have been planted in the emirate of Abu Dhabi alone.
|Description||Pick Up||Pick Off||Adult||Child||Infant|
|Half Day City Tour Abu Dhabi (SIC) Package||8HH:30MM - 9HH:00MM||6 Hours (Duration)||AED 150.00||AED 130.00||Free|