The capital of The United Arab Emirates, Abu Dhabi, is a place that is widely known for oil exports and commerce. The city has a vast globe-trotting collection for its admirers including marvelous architectures, Yas Island, Ferrari World theme park, Warner Bros World are some of the major attractions which one should not miss out.
Designed for the Travel Lovers this package provides variety of activities keeping yourself engaged and provides value for time. If you are in Abu Dhabi, your clock will always seem to be faster but you will never be tired of the endless activities. Here age becomes a count and you become younger and daring. Just do not miss it. Go for it..!!
In Downtown Abu Dhabi, visitors can learn about the city’s history at the newly restored Qasr Al Hosn fort. Built in 1761 to protect the only freshwater well on the island, the fort is Abu Dhabi’s oldest stone building and is nestled between the city’s modern skyscrapers. Next to Qasr Al Hosn is the House of Artisans – a celebration of Emirati traditions. Visitors can watch locals handcraft fishing nets, weave using date palm leaves, demonstrate pearl diving and discover the importance of ‘gahwa’ – the ritual for drinking Arabic coffee.
Abu Dhabi’s Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque is one of the world’s largest mosques and an architectural masterpiece that beautifully combines Islamic architecture and design. The stunning structure is covered by the largest dome of its kind- one of 82 white domes across the whole building and features the world’s largest hand woven carpet. While a visit by day is an unforgettable experience, the mosque is visually stunning at night when it is beautiful lit. Its majesty and scale can be seen across the city, particularly during the drive in to the city from the airport.
The stunning palace houses the formal offices of the President, Vice President and Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and provides visitors with an understanding of the UAE's governing traditions whilst allowing access to halls typically reserved for official state guests.
Emirates Park Zoo is one of the most exciting educational places in the UAE and is now home to various animal species, including an ever-growing list of attractions and fun activities such as animal feeding, animal shows, ziplining and climb and car adventures. The zoo was built on the premise that every guest will be able to appreciate nature all over again, after encountering new discoveries, unique experiences and unforgettable memories, including interacting with its many farm and wild animals.
An indoor wonderland divided into six fictional worlds inhabited by classic characters such as Batman and Superman – the heros yours kids. Some unique experiences are there like Riddler Revolution, which will leave a feeling to have been in a rumble-dryer for a couple of minutes. There’s also plenty of live entertainment and delicious Warner-themed food options.
Featuring the world’s fastest roller coaster. Set mostly indoors, this is the first Ferrari-themed park in the world and is an unadulterated celebration of the iconic Italian carmaker. Time will fly but you will never end your thirst to try all other attractions.
Observation Deck at 300 is the highest vantage point in Abu Dhabi where visitors can marvel at spectacular views of the city's skyline, the Corniche, and Arabian Gulf while indulging in afternoon tea. Located on Level 74 of Tower 2 at Conrad Abu Dhabi Etihad Towers, the cafe offers tea blends or freshly ground coffee along with sweet and savoury treats, all while guests enjoy the panoramic views 300 metres above the nation's capital.
It is one of the leading shopping destinations. The mall comprises of fashion, leisure and entertainment brands arranged over five floors. Visit to check out BOUNCE Abu Dhabi Trampoline Park.
Yas Island is an island in Abu Dhabi. It occupies a total land area of 25 kms. It is a popular leisure island and one of the top tourism projects in Abu Dhabi. Yas Island holds the Yas Marina Circuit which has hosted the Formula one Abu Dhabi since 2009. Yas Island was named the world's leading tourism project at the World Travel Awards in November 2009. Number of activities are there and the time will run away but you will never stop.
Louvre Abu Dhabi is a new cultural beacon, bringing different cultures together to shine fresh light on the shared stories of humanity. Louvre Abu Dhabi represents the dynamic nature of the contemporary Arab world while celebrating the region’s vibrant multicultural heritage. The museum brings different cultures together to shine fresh light on the common stories of humanity, beyond individual civilizations, times or places.
Situated at one end of the elegant Corniche, this is arguably Abu Dhabi’s most iconic Luxury hotel. Built in the style of a majestic palace with a nod to local traditions, this Kempinski-operated property is a magical sight, set as it is in its own lush gardens overlooking the water of the Arabian Gulf. The interior is unsurprisingly dominated by gold and crystal- it has more than a thousand chandeliers and features almost 500 rooms and suits.
Being an archipelago made up of over 200 islands, Abu Dhabi has a deep connection with the sea. With many incredible marinas to explore in the emirate, you can connect with a sailing legacy that stretches back hundreds of years while also enjoying state-of-the-art modernities, luxurious facilities and food whipped up by some of the best chefs in the world.
Zaya Nurai Island is a unique, boutique private island resort situated in the pristine waters of the Arabian Gulf to the east of the coast of Abu Dhabi city. Zaya Nurai Island, a boutique 32-villa private-island resort perfect for honeymoons. The hotel's individual 260sqm all-suite villas are one-bedroom beachfront retreats, which blend into the landscape with uninterrupted Arabian Gulf views. Each villa has its own pool in 130sqm of private outdoor space, the latest in-room amenities, in-villa dining and a dedicated butler service, all within a setting reflecting the tranquillity of an exclusive island environment. The island offers a host of activities on both land and sea and plenty of dining options which serve sustainably sourced food from the island’s own kitchen garden.
No trip to Abu Dhabi would be complete without hurtling across the sand dunes in a powerful 4x4 or on a quad bike. And with some of the dunes as high as 300 metres across the Empty Quarter, you can even stop and indulge in a little sand boarding, which, as the name suggests, involves surfing down the face of a dune on a board. There is the opportunity to go camel-trekking through the desert.
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