Not long ago, the UAE was a land of desert inhabited by proud and resourceful nomadic Bedouin tribes, fishing villages and date farms. Experience the unique combination of culture, heritage and environmental elements that shape the Emirati community.
What to Expect
You will be picked up from your hotel or accommodation and driven to the Zaman Lawal Heritage Village in Al Ain. You will be able to explore and experience the Heritage Village and shop like a local in the Souks, a traditional retail market for guests which includes the old Al-Sidra Market.
You can also visit a showcase about pearls and pearl diving trips in the House of Pearls, which shows the emergence of wealth in the country, you will also see the Jalibut that is an authentic pearl diving boat used in the past. Then visit Naqa At-Teir restaurant and coffee shop offering traditional food and beverages, where a special Emirati Lunch will be served.
Afterwards experience the tent which is the home of poetry and warm Arabian hospitality in Emirati heritage, the farm that displays Falaj Emirati irrigation system where date palms flourish and the Naqa At-Teir Oasis that includes an oasis, trees, date palm trees, birds and a tent for relaxing.
You will also be able to experience the Al Masjid, which demonstrates the Islamic place of prayer, a Saluki greyhound show that shows the bond between a Bedouin’s best friend and their hunting trips together, alongside being enjoying a camel or horse ride around the village. There will also be the opportunity to experience coffee making and henna drawing.
- Professional UAE historian guide
- Return Transfer from Abu Dhabi
- Emirati Lunch
- Horse and camel riding
- Henna painting
- Arabic coffee making
What's Not Included