What To Expect
Leave Dubai with a desert drive towards the Hajar Mountains. Upon arrival in Al Ain, visit the Hili Archaeological Park which is part garden and part archaeological site. Excavations of this UNESCO World Heritage site can be traced back to the Bronze Age, dating from the 3rd millennium B.C.
Continue to the Al Ain National Museum and Al Jahili Fort, both erected by Sheikh Zayed Bin Sultan Al Nahyan, the first President of the UAE. The Al Ain Museum is the oldest in the Emirates, containing an archaeology and ethnography section that preserve the city's remarkable heritage and history. The Al Jahili Fort is a 19th century building built for the protection of the city and its palm oasis.
Stop at Al Ain Oasis to learn more about the ancient "Falaj" underground irrigation system, created to transport water to farms and palm trees. Then proceed to the Al Ain Palace Museum, the former residence of Sheikh Zayed. Visit the hot springs at the foothills of Jebel Hafeet mountain and the Al Ain camel market where visitors can see UAE's national animal up close.
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Guests are required to provide a passport copy on the day of the tour.
Guests need to present the Lead Traveler's Photo ID upon redemption along with the e-voucher shown from mobile device.
Pick up times are not fixed nor final. All departure times are estimates and may vary up to a couple of hours depending on season / hotel location / traffic conditions. Exact pick-up time and location will be advised upon confirmation with the service provider at the destination.
Private tours are subject to availability at the time of booking.
Tour conducted in suitable saloon car or minibus.
Tour operator reserves the right to cancel any part of the scheduled programs offered for reasons of government decisions, public holidays, weather conditions or similar.
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