Dubai has emerged as a cosmopolitan metropolis that has grown steadily to become a global city and a business and cultural hub of the Middle East and the Persian Gulf region.
Dubai has recently attracted world attention through many innovative large construction projects and sports events. The city has become symbolic for its skyscrapers and high-rise buildings, such as the world's tallest Burj Khalifa, in addition to ambitious development projects including man-made islands, hotels, and some of the largest shopping malls in the region and the world.

 Hatta wadi trips

  • Just 100 kilometers from Dubai sits the oasis, Hatta wadi. On the road to Hatta, there is incredible scenery: majestic dunes of red sand and the exceptionally stark landscape of the Hajar Mountains. There is also a famous Portuguese fort from the 16th century along the way. Next, there is a stop at Heritage Village featuring traditional houses depicting typical village life in the mountains. But the real adventure begins when the tour takes you on the trails of the wadis, the dried riverbed in the Hajar mountains, to reach fresh water pools, where you can take a dip in the blue waters of the pools and enjoy refreshment. The tour then stops at the famous 5-star Hatta Fort Hotel for lunch, and then returns to Dubai via a break at the traditional street market where locally manufactured pottery and carpets are sold.

Scuba diving and deep sea fishing

  • For divers, the coastline of the Emirates offers a colorful world of coral reefs and a fascinating marine life waiting to be explored. Khorfakkan, or "the Creek of Two Jaws" as it is also known, is the most scenic location in the country and also considered the best scuba diving around, offering breathtaking glimpses of underwater life.
  • There are also deep-sea fishing tours, one of the favorite past times in Dubai. Departure is from the hotel by minibus. Boarding is from Creek or from the Dubai Creek Golf and Yacht Club. Dubai boasts of 12hours of sun a day and vacationers can enjoy the many watersports activities that Dubai offers: parasailing, water-skiing, windsurfing, kayaking, sailing, pedal boats and many more.

Helicopter tours

  • A thrilling way to see Dubai is to take a helicopter tour. helicopter tours give you a one-of-a-kind, panoramic, birds-eye perspective of Dubai that will leave you breathless.

Sharjah tours

  • Sharjah is a chosen UNESCO Heritage site, and has been deemed as the cultural capital of the Emirates. The tour begins by visiting the old town of Sharjah and the Al Hisn fort built 1820 by the royal family then continues to the Sharjah heritage area, the al Asrah souq with shops selling's an exciting array of traditional silver jewelry gulf pearls, antiques, handicrafts and daggers.

Abu Dhabi /Al Ain tour

  • Abu Dhabi, capital of the UAE harbors over 500 shops selling everything and anything under the sun. This is the place to get some great bargains. Abu Dhabi has towering buildings and palaces, offering scenic photographic opportunities of Arabian architecture. Al Ain is considered as the greenest city in the Arabian Gulf. A tour through its Buraimi souk provides for a pleasant walk and a good opportunity to buy Omani handcrafted daggers.

Shopping tours

  • Dubai is probably the most westernized and advanced city in the Middle East, and claims to be the shopping center of the world with nearly twenty major shopping malls. A shopping tour may be just the ticket for serious shoppers wanting to see if Dubai can really live up to its reputation.

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