Experience the highlights of Abu Dhabi and visit the impressive Sheikh Zayed Mosque as well as the Marina Mall. Visit Heritage Village and learn all about traditional Arabian life then see Yas Island and Ferrari World.
What to Expect
Visit the City of Superlatives of the United Arab Emirates, both the richest and largest of the Emirates. Discover the many facets of Abu Dhabi as a worldwide oil producer, a place of incredible beauty with its many gardens, modern skyscrapers and an individual seaside promenade.
The first stop in Abu Dhabi is the Sheikh Zayed Mosque, one of the largest and most beautiful mosques in the world. Let the beauty and scale of this religious site move and impress you. Then stop for a photo at the famous luxury hotel Emirates Palace before continuing to the authentic Heritage Village, where the tradition and culture of the Emirates comes alive and offers a look into a bygone era.
Enjoy a refreshing pause for lunch in the Marina Mall, then discover the Corniche Promenade and see the modern and ever-growing Abu Dhabi. Visit the date market as well as the fruit and vegetable market and enjoy the colorful crowds as you head to the fish market.
Experience a true high point of the tour with a stop at Yas Island, the incredible Formula 1 Racetrack, and Ferrari World.
- Tour guide
What's Not Included
- Personal expenses
- Interior visits at Emirates Palace and Formula 1 Racetrack
- Entry ticket for Ferrari World
Know Before You Go
• Please wear appropriate clothing: modest, conservative, comfortable clothing, long-sleeved tops, long pants and skirts; NO see-through clothing or short pants. Skirts must be at least knee-length and clothing must not be too tight. Bathing or beach clothing is not allowed
• Shoes must be removed before visiting the mosque. Women must wear a head cover that is not see-through
• Displays of affection such as hand-holding or kissing is strictly forbidden in Muslim houses of worship. Smoking and eating are not allowed in the vicinity of the mosque
• Please note that no alcohol is served in restaurants, bars or pubs during Ramadan. Furthermore, eating, drinking, and smoking is forbidden in public during this time